Other Cities in Canada
Situated in Banff National Park, the city of Banff has lots to offer to its visitors. Due to its location in Alberta's Rocky Mountains, it is a heaven for outdoor activities. During the winter months the resort town is filled with snow enthusiasts who are eager to ski down the many slopes on one of the many mountains. If the snowfall is not that much, the snowmaking machines will make sure you can still enjoy a good day of skiing or if you want to relax for a day, just enjoy the fantastic surroundings and have a drink in one of the many hotels in Banff.
Calgary has beautiful views of the surrounding mountains and is a popular holiday destination for both summer and winter times. Visitors can enjoy hiking, biking and playing golf in summer times and ski down the 1988 Winter Olympic slopes in winter time. Combine this with the many good quality hotels in Calgary and you are sure to have a great time in this spectacular city.
The city of Halifax, Nova Scotia does no longer exist, at least not in name. It is now part of the Halifax Regional Municipality, but the beauty of the former city still prevails. The city can also be easily reached through the Halifax airport. There are many sights to see and experience for visitors to the Halifax region, such as the great music scene, nightlife and the many festivals that take place all year round. For relaxation you can walk around one of the many parks, such as the beautiful Point Pleasure Park or just stay in your room for a romantic time in one of many good hotels in Halifax.
Edmonton, a city known for having the largest shopping mall in North America, West Edmonton Mall, and even has an international airport, is well worth a visit. No matter if you want to shop 'till you drop at West Edmonton Mall, visit the Royal Alberta Museum with over 10 million objects in its collection, enjoy one of the many festivals such as the summer festival "Capital EX" or just have a romantic time in one of the hotels in Edmonton, such as The Fairmont Hotel Macdonald, the city of Edmonton in Alberta, Canada has it all.
Ottawa, the capital of Canada is situated on the banks of the Ottawa River in Ottawa Valley and is the second largest city in the state of Ontario. The climate is of extreme nature, with hot summers (28C) and cold winters (-11C). So it is best to be well prepared with your choice of clothing when visiting Ottawa. Be sure to bring some warm sweaters in winter. We hope you will enjoy your stay in one of the many hotels in Ottawa.
Quebec City, is the capital of Quebec Province and one of the oldest cities in North America. The skyline of the city is dominated by the magnificent Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac Hotel. It is definitely one of the best hotels in Quebec City, located in the old part of town, with beautiful views of the Saint Lawrence River. But no matter what hotel you choose, you will feel at home in this lovely Canadian city.
Victoria, the capital city of Canadian province British Columbia is situated in the most southern part of Vancouver Island, only a few miles away from the border. Due to its island location, Victoria is a major hub for many cruise ships and the Vic-Maui Yacht Race starts here as well. The city is a favorite for many yacht and boat fans, combine this with the nice and mild temperature, the wonderful hotels in Victoria and its famous nightlife and you will have a blast in this city.
Whistler is a small town in the Coast Mountains in British Columbia, Canada mostly known for its fantastic mountains. In summer time the town is filled with outdoor people who either enjoy hiking or mountain biking at Whistler-Blackcomb. During winter time the resort town is transferred into a skiing paradise. Therefore Whistler was chosen to be the main host at the 2010 Winter Olympics for most of alpine, Nordic and sliding events. There are many hotels in Whistler to choose from, so it should not be difficult to find accommodation to your liking.
Winnipeg, the capital of Manitoba, Canada is a city of extremes. In summer the temperature can be as high as 26 ?C and in winter as low as -23 ?C, making it the coldest city in the world with a population of over 500.000. Besides the extreme difference in temperature the city of Winnipeg has lots to offer to its visitors, such as the many art exhibitions and festivals throughout the year. All of which are easy accessible from any of the hotels in Winnipeg you might stay. We hope you will enjoy your stay in this beautiful city.