AAA Inspectors' Favorite Hotels in Canada
Check out this list of AAA inspectors' favorite hotels in popular destinations in Canada including Banff, Montreal, Quebec and Victoria.
Fairmont Banff Springs
BanffAAA Inspector 450: Since I was a youngster, I've never tired of wandering all the nooks and crannies of this magical hotel.
There are many impressive public areas to explore at this iconic jewel, which brings to mind a magnificent castle. Guest rooms range from upscale, compact units to extravagant suites. The luxurious hotel is the ideal starting point for outdoor adventures through the Canadian Rockies. Of course, if you stay here, you might find you never want to leave the property, thanks to courteous and professional staff and an abundance of on-site amenities—from a bowling alley to a relaxing spa to a number of distinctive eateries.Book Now
Hyatt Regency Calgary
CalgaryAAA Inspector 450: After walking around this lovely convention hotel and checking out the amazing art collection, I can find lots of spots to relax and drink it all in.
These upscale rooms feature gorgeous Tineo wood furnishings and oversize TVs. The same wood features are in the striking bathrooms, along with marble counters and tub surrounds. Fitness enthusiasts will love the well-equipped gym, complete with scented cold towels.Book Now
Varscona Hotel on Whyte
EdmontonAAA Inspector 450: What's not to like about complimentary buffet breakfast, evening wine and cheese and gourmet coffee machines in the rooms? Nothing, I say!
The lobby design has rich dark woods, interesting artwork and a stained glass ceiling feature. Request a 6th floor room if you desire a bathtub since all the other floors only offer showers. Book Now
JasperAAA Inspector 450: This is where I come and pretend I'm roughing it, especially in the luxury cabins!
Stay outside town amid towering spruce trees along the river in one of the really lovely, smaller cabins or one of the larger upscale units. A large outdoor hot tub is great for easing muscle pains. Book Now
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MontrealAAA Inspector 16: Fashionable, sexy and cosmopolitan come to mind when I stay here. The abstract, hip design and posh public spaces make me feel like a high roller.
This full-service hotel offers a variety of room types, ranging from compact floor plans to expansive suites. All offer the signature modern style and plush bedding that you'd expect from the W brand. In some rooms the glass-walled shower is in full view of the bedroom, but there's a plush curtain to close if you prefer not to put on a show.Book Now
Fairmont Le Château Frontenac
QuebecAAA Inspector 87: I love the history of this 1890s chateau. You can spend hours walking the facilities looking at archival photographs. Tours are even available.
Turrets and verdigris copper roofs distinguish this landmark château constructed in 1893. The hotel, particularly from the upper-floor rooms, have commanding views of the St. Lawrence River. Guest rooms vary in size and feature classically styled décor with luxury bed linens, a rain showerhead, custom bath amenities, and more. Executive rooms, located on the top floors, feature a modern take on classic décor and a private lounge with dedicated concierge staff and special amenities. The public areas have a myriad of intriguing details, as well as exhibits of 18th-century artifacts, such as wine bottles and china tea cups, recovered during hotel construction.Book Now
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The Omni King Edward Hotel
TorontoAAA Inspector 16: The opulent lobby with its soaring ceilings and fine crown molding gives me a sense of grandness as I sip my English tea!
Part of the charm of this majestic beauty is that no two rooms are the same. Long winding corridors and rooms of varied size and shape give this hotel a distinctive character. If walls could talk, they would have some fine tales to tell about this historic landmark. Royalty, rock stars and an abundance of celebrities have all spent time here. The local tour bus even makes a stop out front to share some of the gossip. Even if you cannot stay, it is worth a visit to the impressive lobby for a traditional English afternoon tea.Book Now
VancouverAAA Inspector 450: It’s as if I have arrived at my own exclusive club when I step into this intimate hotel, from the beautiful lounge to the stunning rooftop pool.
This stylish hotel has a tiny but lovely lobby. Rooms range from smaller studios to large one-bedroom suites with upscale furnishings and sweeping drapery. Marble dominates the bathroom design. There is a lush patio area off the lounge or nice loungers at the pool for relaxing with food and beverage service available. The attentive staff will pamper you as much as you let them.Book Now
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The Magnolia Hotel & Spa
VictoriaAAA Inspector 450: I relish the soothing grays and tans in these lovely rooms where I can relax in a comfy chair while enjoying my specialty coffee or tea.
This stylish hotel has elegant rooms, many with large bay windows and most of the top two floors have fireplaces. Other extra touches include robes and slippers, filtered water and welcome gifts. There is also a separate tea service in addition to a gourmet coffee machine. In the heart of the city, it is only a block or two to Victoria Harbour, the Parliament Buildings and the convention center.Book Nowx:1766224