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Adam Dooley

Publisher

Adam Dooley has had the travel bug since he was a wee lad visiting Scotland with his family. Since then he’s visited more than a dozen countries on four continents. His personal mission in life is to live well and bring joy, which is a large part of his motivation in publishing Hotel-Addict.com.

Our editors and writers are hard at work comparing notes and deciding which hotels deserve to be named among Canada’s best. They don’t have to be the ritziest or most expensive to qualify, but we think exceptional service, decor, ambiance and quality amenities are non-negotiable.

Please leave a comment below with the hotel(s) you think we should consider. You have until September 9 to weigh in. While you’re at it, why not subscribe to our newsletter? You’ll have a chance to win a $100 Fairmont Hotels gift card and you can unsubscribe at any time.

If you want us to consider more than one hotel or just need more space to give us your thoughts, feel free to drop us a line at editor@hotel-addict.com.

UPDATE: We have removed the survey link as we had some functionality issues with some users. All the responses have been noted. Please leave your response as a comment below or email us your preferences.

We have received some fantastic suggestions and our writers are continuing to compile their own lists. We are looking forward to revealing the list of Canada’s 50 Best Hotels in October!

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22 thoughts on “Canada’s 50 best hotels survey

  1. The Hotel Fort Garry in Winnipeg is wonderful. The rooms are lovely, the beds comfy, and you get a choice between firm or feather. Coffee and newspapers are at your door in the morning. The Palm Room with a pianist softly entertaining you is wonderful for a drink or dinner. The breakfast is beyond fantastic. All this in a 100 Plus year old hotel with a ghost. Can it get any better?

  2. The most wonderful hotel I have ever had the pleasure to stay in is “THE POST” in Lake Louise, Alberta. It is small but is bursting with ambiance, fine dining and the staff are extremely knowledgeable and efficient. Their wine cellar is well stocked and the reception areas are so relaxing and welcoming for all.

  3. The Westin Nova Scotian in Halifax is an historic building – it’s an old CN railway hotel and the station is still right beside it. The location is great for visitors – a 2 min walk from the harbour front. Inside, it’s a really nice, big Starwood property. Love those heavenly beds!! 🙂

  4. The Algonquin Resort St Andrews-By-The-Sea is a charming luxury property that has been a highlight of St Andrews, New Brunswick for more than 100 years. A few years ago it underwent a 30 million dollar renovation and is now a member of Marriott’s Autograph Collection. Guests are attracted to the nearby Kingsbrae Garden and boat tours for whale and Dolphin watching.

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