Toronto’s newest hotel is open for business. Ace Hotel Toronto, in the historic Garment District steps from bustling Queen West, is a boutique hotel whose memorable façade of red brick, wood and glass with a curvaceous arch creates an alluring entry, beckoning locals and visitors inside.
From the outside, Niagara-on-the-Lake’s newly expanded and renovated 124 on Queen Hotel & Spa looks like a quaint Victorian hotel. Step inside, however, and the former blacksmith’s shop has been transformed into a cool grey-blue reception area with light-oak floors that lead to the newly expanded 72-room hotel. In a town where most of the hotels are a little dusty and faded, 124 on Queen stands out for its clean, modern feel.
Venice’s Ca’ di Dio, the “floating city’s” elegant new boutique hotel, is a historic Venetian palace where contemporary design meets luxurious comfort.
Amongst the gleaming lakes, rolling mountains, and lush forests of the Ottawa Valley, Somewhere Inn Calabogie evokes both a strong sense of place and pure escape.
Hotel June Malibu builds upon the location’s character and charm—matching sunny days with sunny experiences, making every day feel like June.
Situated on the Left Bank in Paris’s Saint Germain District, Hotel des Académies et des Arts brings all the charm of a Belle Époque atelier to a stylish boutique hotel.
The Amrai Suites is a safe haven in which to relax. The newly opened boutique hotel is bringing contemporary alpine design to a whole new generation of explorers.
Sometimes, the best-kept secrets are literally off the beaten path. Take for example Prince Edward County’s latest architectural gem/boutique inn, Mirazule.
Casa di Langa, overlooking rolling hills and vineyards in northern Italy, cares as much about the guest experience as it does the environment.