Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Posted On 8/23/2016 by Team iCynosure.

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After reading about Canada, I’m starting to love the place. In fact, I don't think there could be any reason not to want to visit. Canada is a little world in itself with so much to offer every traveller, from mountains to glaciers, from lakes to forests, from cities to towns. Add to that list the amazing food options, the wildlife, and the hospitable people, and you'll want to pack your bags and visit the land of the Maple Leaf.

Every traveller will surely have a must-do list while travelling to an exotic location such as Canada, so I'm not going to speak about the places you must visit or experiences you must have during your trip. Instead, I'm going to talk to you about some of the places you must stay in Montreal and Vancouver. 

View Montreal from the Marriott Chateau Champlain

Montreal is the largest city in Quebec, a province that's French at heart and American in appearance. Known for its unique blend of traditions and influences, the Montreal Marriott Chateau Champlain is also famous for its French cuisine. In addition, the hotel boasts stunning panoramic views of historic statues and nearby parks.

Swim on the Rooftop of the Hotel Bonaventure  

Montreal boasts of some of the most breathtaking hidden swimming spots, one of which is the Hotel Bonaventure Montrealan urban oasis offering a rooftop sanctuary. The stunning rooftop pool is one of the many facilities that travellers can enjoy, along with a full bar and a complete dining menu. The hotel allows night swims, where guests can have a magical experience soaking in the pool and gazing at the gorgeous night sky. 

Sight Cruise Ships at the Pan Pacific 

When visiting the bustling West Coast seaport of Vancouver, the Pan Pacific Vancouver s an ideal place to stay. Situated at Canada Place, the hotel is in the middle of all the action and the cruise ship hustle and bustle. Travellers who enjoy spotting cruise ships can even get lucky, with three berths full of ships docking at Vancouver's ports. 

Relive the Roaring Twenties at the Rosewood Hotel 

Travelling back in time to the 1920s is possible at the Rosewood Hotel GeorgiaThis five-star hotel has been meticulously restored to reflect the grandeur of the Roaring Twenties, and it transports vacationers back in time. The hotel also boasts live musical entertainment that create an intimate, sophisticated ambiance reminiscent of the era's speakeasies.

Experience Europe at the Sutton Place
The oldest neighbourhood in Vancouver is set against the majestic backdrop of mountains and seas. There, the Sutton Place Hotel Vancouver brings a taste of Europe to travellers. The hotel is also on Conde Nast Traveler's Gold List and Travel and Leisure’s Top 500 List, making it one of the best places to stay in Canada.

I want to stay at all these places. Where would you want to stay? 
- Heena

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