In Stratford, Ontario, renowned for its theatre, Hotel Julie is a 19th-century rowhouse reimagined as stylish short-term accommodation. With nine flats on offer, each individually decorated, guests can become characters on their own stage for a weekend or a week.
The Metcalfe Hotel, among downtown Ottawa’s towers and heritage buildings blocks away from Parliament, celebrated a grand reopening in September 2022. Occupying a red brick building more than a century old, it was a men’s-only athletic club before being converted to a hotel in the 1960s.
Fresh from a two-phase, multiyear renovation that began during the pandemic, the Fairmont Chateau Whistler revealed its updated 519 guest rooms and suites in December 2022.
This month, the Festival of Christmas overtakes the hotel, with a two-storey tree, a gingerbread village, a stocking workshop, and Santa himself setting up shop for visitors to drop in.
Edmundston, New Brunswick, used to be known as Petit-Sault (Little Falls) because of its location near the rapids where the Madawaska River flows into the Saint John River. It has long been an important bootlegging hub, and its history is rooted in the people who manufacture alcoholic beverages—both past and present.
New Brunswick’s capital city of Fredericton blends culture, nature, history, culinary delights, festivals, markets, art galleries, and a craft brew scene. And because of its small footprint, everything is nearby, whether you walk, bike, or hike during your explorations.
Year after year, Victoria defends its unofficial title as one of Canada’s most pleasant cities. With Victorian architecture, cobblestone streets, gardens aplenty, and half as much rain as Vancouver, there’s a lot to love about B.C.’s capital.
Nestled among the farms, orchards, and vineyards of Nova Scotia’s Annapolis Valley, the Evangeline is a 1940s motel recently reimagined by a new owner who has made the inn the talk of the town.
Take a stroll through any airport and you’re bound to see at least a few Away suitcases. The stylish roller bags have become emblematic of those who have mastered the art of travel, skipping lines with a flash of a precheck boarding pass, snoozing in exclusive lounges, and stowing their suitcases in overhead compartments without having to shove, beg, or bribe.