Accommodation in Canada truly makes the most of its spectacular, unspoiled outdoor world. From wilderness lodges on remote fjords and resorts in bear forests to luxury, lakeside tented camps, we offer a wide range of high-end accommodation so that your hotel becomes more than just a place to stay, with gourmet dinners, luxurious spas and a huge range of activities on offer, from kayaking and hiking to wildlife watching tours and even helicopter rides.
Blachford Lake Lodge
This eco-lodge is stunningly situated in the wild, untouched landscapes of the Northwest Territories in Yellowknife, renowned for having one of the country's most spectacular Northern Lights locations.
The spectacular Sonora resort is only reachable via plane or boat, nestled within the wild beauty of British Columbia’s pristine Discovery Islands. You'll spend days spotting bears and whales on guided hikes, alongside a stay in a luxury suite and all-inclusive dining.
Clayoquot Wilderness Resort
Spectacularly located on Clayoquot Sound among the forest-carpeted atolls of Vancouver Island, this 5-star resort is made up of luxury, safari-style tents with a lakeside spa and all-inclusive dining.
West Coast Wilderness Lodge
The timber-clad West Coast Wilderness Lodge looks over the serene waters of the Sunshine Coast in British Columbia among idyllic fjords and forests, designed for fantastic outdoor exploration.
The Wickaninnish Inn, British Columbia
From kayaking with whales to chasing Pacific storms, The Wickaninnish Inn – or ‘the Wick’, as it's affectionally known by locals – is the epitome of adventurous luxury.
Farewell Harbour Lodge, British Columbia
Located on the forested shores of picturesque Berry Island in British Columbia, perhaps Canada’s most beautiful province, Farewell Harbour Lodge is unparalleled when it comes to wildlife. Stays here include zodiac and walks to spot grizzly and black bears in their natural habitat.
Spirit Bear Lodge, British Columbia
The remote Spirit Bear Lodge, on the coast of the Great Bear Rainforest, is spectacularly placed for spotting Canada's elusive spirit bear as well as grizzlies, black bears, humpbacks and orcas. You'll spot them with walks and boat trips, and there's even chances to meet the local Kitasoo people.