Luxury Travel
Luxury destinations in Canada are spotlighted below.

A Fairmont Welcome at Jasper Park Lodge star
The log cabin guest suites of the Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge look even more cozy and inviting in a snow-covered Rocky Mountain landscape, with the tall spruce and fir trees frosted in white.

British Columbia star
Links to luxury accommodations, tours, dining and more in the province of British Columbia.

Chez Boulay Bistro Boreal in Québec star
The concept of a restaurant using only ingredients native to or grown in its environment was irresistible. Talk about locavore!

Dining High in Fredericton, New Brunswick star
The capital city of New Brunswick, in Canada’s Atlantic Provinces, has come of age in dining, with a pair of outstanding restaurants and several others giving them close competition.

Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge in the Canadian Rockies star
Just the right blend of rustic and luxurious, the collection of log cabins overlooking the lake contrast with the two grand resort hotels at Banff Springs and Lake Louise that form Alberta’s famous Canadian Pacific trio.

Lavender Fields - Lovely, Luxurious and Canadian star
We stood surrounded by lush rows of bright purple blossoms, enveloped in the fresh scent of lavender flowers that bloomed almost as far as we could see.

Little Luxuries on Canada’s Grand Manan Island star
Charming inns, scones and cream at tea-time overlooking the sea, fresh-caught seafood, and stunning sunset views are all part of a New Brunswick island getaway.

Manoir Hovey – Luxury near Montreal star
We came to Manoir Hovey, in the beautiful green Eastern Townships of Quebec, for a relaxing break and fine dining. We didn’t expect box seats to a spectacular show, too.

Newfoundland – A Day Trip from St. John’s star
“The Rock” – as Newfoundlanders call their island home – is one of the loveliest places on earth. Soaring cliffs drop into the sea, often with tiny fishing villages caught in a little cove beneath them.

Quebec’s Legendary Chateau Frontenac star
High above the St. Lawrence River, the steep green roof and tall brick tower of the Chateau Frontenac has become the symbol of Quebec City, and the favorite lodging of kings and queens.

Shadow Lawn Inn – Luxury in New Brunswick Canada star
In southern New Brunswick, just outside the busy cruise port of Saint John, we found comfort and fine dining in an elegant Victorian inn on a quiet, leafy street in Rothesay.

Simple Miramichi Luxuries at O’Donnell’s Cottages star
When I need to get away from the cities where I spend so much of my time, I think of the magical, mystical Miramichi, deep in the interior forests of New Brunswick. Specifically, I think of a log cabin beside that famed fishing river, at O’Donnell’s.

Slope-side Luxury in Quebec’s Eastern Townships star
Facing the ski trails of Bromont, near the Vermont border about an hour south of Montreal, Hotel Chateau-Bromont is perfectly located for a winter vacation, whether you ski or not.

Tea and History on Campobello Island star
Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt spent their summer holidays on the small island of Campobello, in Canada, but connected to Maine by a bridge. We followed them and found history, nature and tea time.

The Algonquin – A Grand Hotel Updated star
Luxury and fine dining in Canada’s seaside resort town of St. Andrews-by-the-Sea

Wilderness Luxury at Trout Point Lodge star
Surrounded by more than a quarter million acres of wilderness, the comfortable rooms and fine dining at Trout Point Lodge seem to fit right into the forest.

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