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Choice Hotels Canada Destinations

With more than 340 properties open or under development across Canada, our hotels are never far from where you need to be. From Vancouver Island, British Columbia, to Cape Spear, Newfoundland, you can always count on a warm welcome and real value while you explore all of the natural wonder than Canada has to offer, while enjoying delicious local fare at any number of famed local restaurants. Discover Canada.

  • Alberta


    Dynamic cities, towering mountains, fossil-filled badlands and bull-riding cowboys are just a few of the attractions that make Alberta one of the world’s great tourist destinations. Calgary and Edmonton offer vibrant urban experiences, from arts and culture to professional sports, and the annual Calgary Stampede draws visitors from around the globe. The West Edmonton Mall is another urban attraction, with more than 800 stores and services. The majestic Rocky Mountains are the province’s biggest draw, with Banff and Jasper among the world’s best-known mountain resorts.

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    British Columbia

    After gaining international acclaim as the host of the 2010 Winter Olympics, British Columbia needs no introduction to the millions of travellers who have already discovered its unique beauty. From mountains to desert, fertile farmland to spectacular seacoast, British Columbia is a testament to the wonders of nature. Endless options for visitors include skiing, golf, wine tasting, whale watching and fishing. Vancouver is considered by many as among the most beautiful urban settings in the world. Provincial capital Victoria, reached by a glorious ferry ride from Vancouver, is a bastion of British colonial charm. A Choice hotel is ready to welcome you throughout British Columbia.

  • Manitoba


    Considered a Prairie Province, in reality Manitoba is more about forests and water than plains. The province is home to 100,000 lakes, thousands of kilometres of rivers and hundreds of kilometres of coastline on Hudson Bay in the far north. Capital city Winnipeg is an energizing blend of cultures and a cradle for thriving art and culture. Unforgettable outdoor experiences abound, from spotting polar bears and beluga whales to landing trophy fish in pristine waters. Aboriginal tourism is growing in variety and popularity too, as more visitors seek to explore rich First Nations culture.

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    New Brunswick

    The tides in the Bay of Fundy are the highest in the world, and the effects are spectacular. You can walk the ocean floor at low tide at Hopewell Rocks, or witness the power of the tides at Reversing Falls, where the St. John River is pushed backwards. Natural wonders are a big part of New Brunswick’s appeal, from the rugged beauty of the Appalachian Range to the white sand dunes of Bouctouche, but that’s just the beginning. Cities like Moncton and Fredericton are vibrant and diverse and you’ll find a warm welcome at Choice hotels across the province.

  • Newfoundland


    Rich with history and culture and blessed with rugged natural beauty, Newfoundland has a culture all its own and a warmth of welcome that’s second to none. From viewing whales and icebergs to hiking nature trails and exploring historic sites, ‘The Rock’ makes a perfect holiday destination. The nightlife in the capital of St. John’s is legendary, and there are several fine Choice hotels on the island to make your stay both comfortable and affordable.

  • NWT

    Northwest Territories

    A land of cold beauty, the Northwest Territories are home to more than just polar bears! One of the world’s largest producers of diamonds and gold, the Northwest Territories has a booming mining industry worth over $2 billion, as of 2018. The vast, frigid wilderness of the territory is home Great Bear Lake, one of the largest lakes in North America, as well as Great Slave Lake, the deepest lake in the continent. From experiencing Inuit culture to witnessing the otherworldly beauty of the Aurora Borealis, explore everything NWT has to offer with Choice Hotels.

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    Nova Scotia

    From a sing-along in a Halifax harbour pub to a breathtaking drive on Cape Breton Island’s Cabot trail, Nova Scotia rewards visitors with unforgettable experiences. As the province’s tourism marketers boast: “About the only thing you won’t find is boredom.” Nova Scotia’s land and people have been shaped by the sea, and the Maritime culture is a living thing, demonstrated daily through music, art, culture and cuisine. With 700 annual festivals and many fine Choice hotels to choose from, Nova Scotia is not to be missed.

  • Ontario


    Canada’s most populous province is home to great cities like Toronto and Ottawa, stunning natural wonders like Niagara Falls, the Great Lakes and the St. Lawrence River, and a vast northern section of forests, granite, wildlife and waterways. Canada’s capital city Ottawa is adorned with museums, galleries and monuments, while Toronto is emerging as a thrilling multicultural capital of global culture. In towns and cities large and small, and in airport locations across Ontario, you’ll find a Choice hotel to fit your accommodation needs and budget.

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    Prince Edward Island

    Canada’s smallest province in size and population, Prince Edward Island (P.E.I. for short) is a giant when it comes to tourist attractions. Gorgeous beaches, lobster suppers, world class golf courses and scenic coastal drives are just a few of the enticements for travellers from around the world. The Confederation Bridge joining the island to the mainland is one of the world’s engineering marvels and the capital of Charlottetown played a key role in the creation of Canada. As the setting for the classic Green Gables novels, P.E.I. attracts many travellers who wish to walk in the literary footsteps of the beloved Anne.

  • Quebec


    Say Bonjour! to the proud home of French-Canadian culture and one of the world’s great tourist destinations. Capital Québec City celebrated its 400th anniversary in 2008, and the historic district of Old Québec is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Montréal, the province’s largest city, boasts a cultural and culinary scene that is nothing short of spectacular, and major annual festivals draw throngs of tourists. Québec has a vast natural side too, with great rivers, lakes and forests and endless opportunities for outdoor pursuits. When you visit Québec you’ll understand the true meaning of joie de vivre.

  • Saskatchewan


    Southern Saskatchewan is an important part of Canada’s breadbasket, with wheat, corn and other crops growing in abundance. It’s also home to the province’s two largest cities, Regina and Saskatoon, where urban culture and entertainment await. While you can see for miles in many parts of the south, visitors can also experience the Cypress Hills, looming over the prairie as the highest point between Labrador and the Rockies. Moving north, Saskatchewan is blanketed by forest, traversed by mighty rivers and dotted with 100,000 lakes. The people of Saskatchewan are warm and welcoming, just like the Choice hotels travellers enjoy across the province.



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