Photo Source: Rosewood Hotel Georgia, Vancouver
The Rosewood Hotel Georgia in Vancouver, Canada is conveniently located in downtown Vancouver at the corner of Georgia and Howe Streets. First opened in 1927 in the heart of downtown Vancouver, Hotel Georgia came to be known as the city’s most elegant retreat. The Georgian Revival structure welcomed a who’s who of the entertainment world to British Columbia, including Elvis Presley, Nat “King” Cole, Katharine Hepburn and British royalty. Designed with a residential atmosphere, the 156 rooms and suites layer modern sophistication against the historic backdrop of the restored luxury hotel. Situated within the inner courtyard of the hotel’s fourth floor, Reflections Outdoor Restaurant & Lounge offers light fare and specialty cocktails in an elegant and stylishly relaxed outdoor bar and lounge setting.
Photo Source: Waverley Inn, Halifax, Nova Scotia
The Waverley Inn in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada is located at the edge of Downtown Halifax on the quiet end of the city’s main thoroughfare, Barrington Street. A Halifax landmark since 1876, the Waverley is also within easy walking distance of most major attractions and points of interest. This boutique inn offers visitors thirty-four uniquely decorated guest rooms, featuring such gracious amenities as canopy beds, European style feather-beds, private baths, over-sized jacuzzi baths, fluffy terry-robes, and beautiful Victorian period antiques, which add charm and character. In the Historic Properties, on the Halifax Waterfront, quaint shops and galleries dot many of the small cobblestone walkways. The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia is located here with an impressive display of local folk art. The Maritime Museum of the Atlantic is also near by, with extensive exhibits on the region’s sea faring history and the great disasters of the Halifax Explosion and the sinking of the Titanic. And with five universities in town the night life is never dull. From the harbourfront all the way up to the Spring Garden Road pubs, bars and cabarets entertain until the wee hours.
Photo Source: Manteo Resort, Kelowna, BC
The Manteo Resort in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada is an all-season premier Okanagan Lake destination just minutes from championship golf and award-winning estate wineries and only an hour from powder skiing at Big White and Silver Star. On the lake, in the mountains, or at the beach, Manteo Resort offers superb waterfront accommodations, plentiful amenities and unexpected extras. Spacious 2 and 3-bedroom villas, suites and guestrooms. A fireside library, a private theatre, and the Wild Apple Restaurant & Lounge where visitors can enjoy waterfront sunsets while savouring the freshest Pacific Northwest cuisine.
Photo Source: Hôtel Le Germain Maple Leaf Square, Toronto
The Hôtel Le Germain Maple Leaf Square in Toronto is located just steps from the Air Canada Centre, home to the Toronto Maple Leafs (hockey) and the Raptors (basketball), and venue for Toronto’s hottest events and shows. And yet, the hotel is also a quiet oasis offering elegance and refinement. Hôtel Le Germain Maple Leaf Square’s immense windows and glimmering metal facade make a distinct impression.
Photo Source: Pinnacle Hotel At The Pier, North Vancouver, BC
The Pinnacle Hotel At The Pier in North Vancouver, British Columbia, has stunning waterfront and mountain views and its 700-foot pier, where the only thing between you and downtown Vancouver is the rippling water and occasional boat gliding past, is equally fascinating. From casually elegant business lunches and signature dinners to scrumptious weekend brunches, visitors enjoy impeccable service and relaxed harbour-side dining.