As vast as it is varied, Canada is filled with wonders that are sure to awaken your inner explorer. From the rugged beauty of Alberta, the quintessential great outdoors of British Columbia, to Ontario, a province that offers a diverse range of cultural experiences.
Whistler is Canada's premier ski and snowboard resort but there’s much more to it than that - alpine meadows, championship golf courses and high-end restaurants famous for deep wine cellars.
Canada’s cities are just as wondrous. Historic Québec is the only fortified city in North America. Toronto, one of Canada's largest cities and offers world-class attractions, from incredible zoos to theatres, museums & galleries. Vancouver is often considered to be the most beautiful city in the world thanks to its sandy beaches, green spaces and mountain backdrop.
Join the unique festivities in Quebec and celebrate the Winter Carnival in February. Vancouver hosts the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Club in June as well as the Vancouver International Jazz Festival where a dynamic programme of over 300 concerts can be heard. Experience an authentic Oktoberfest Festhalle in Toronto in October or be inspired at the annual Whistler Film Festival in December, featuring innovative and original films from around the world.
Imbued with legacy and luxury, Rosewood Hotel Georgia is one of North America’s leading hotels, with a magnificent history that lends it a distinct ambience of grace. Following its grand debut in the roaring ‘20s, the legendary Hotel Georgia played host to a long list of Hollywood and royalty, from Marlene Dietrich to Sir Laurence Olivier, Frank Sinatra and the Rolling Stones.
A year-round luxury mountain resort, the iconic Fairmont Château Lake Louise hotel is located in Alberta’s Banff National Park. Originally built over a century ago as a base for outdoor enthusiasts and alpinists, its heritage is reflected in the endless outdoor recreational activities on offer.
This downtown Vancouver hotel fronts one of Vancouver’s most celebrated streetscapes, looking out onto the incredible landscape of the Coal Harbour waterfront, the North Shore Mountains and Stanley Park. Looking in, the scene is cosmopolitan but casual and contemporary.