Canada’s Most Unique Hotels

March 28, 2017

The year 2017 is the time to take your travel experience to another level. Here are one-of-a-kind hotels offered in the beautiful landscapes of Canada.

Spherical Treehouses, Vancouver Island, British Columbia

This enchanted treehouse resort for adults is open year-round in a coastal rainforest near Qualicum Beach, on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Suspended 3m-4m from the ancient trees, these spheres are engineered to withstand almost any given situation in the forest. Three distinct spheres are available for overnight stay: Eve, Eryn and Melody. Discounted multi-night rates are also available.

Hotel de Glace, Quebec City, Quebec

The Hôtel de Glace is open from the first week of January until the last week of March. Thick snow walls keep the hotel well insulated. The hotel temperature varies only by a few degrees between -3°C and -5°C. The beds have a solid ice base, with a wooden bedspring and a mattress on top. Mattresses are covered with blankets, and people sleep inside arctic sleeping bags!

Fantasyland Hotel, West Edmonton Mall, Edmonton

Located within the largest shopping mall in North America, West Edmonton Mall, along with other major attractions like Galaxyland, World Waterpark, Sea Life Caverns. This modern hotel offers eccentric themed rooms with distinctive touches like igloo beds, replica rail cars, and basketball hoops! Other themes are Hollywood Glam, Western, Roman, Indonesian, African, Arabian, Victorian or Polynesian Islands!

Making Waves Boatel, Toronto, Ontario

Boatel aka boat hotel offers floating accommodation in Toronto’s harbour. The boatel is docked not far from Toronto Island Airport and the CN tower. The boatel is closed for winter and re-opens from May to September. Guests can enjoy coffee and breakfast while watching the sunrise over Lake Ontario. Business travelers can also book the whole boat for distinct business meetings.

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About writer Ann Choltida:
Ann Choltida is a salesperson at Right at Home Realty Inc., Brokerage. Real Estate has been her passion when she moved to Canada many years ago. She is an avid supporter of Habitat for Humanity. She loves to travel and has worked in the jewelry industry for several years before becoming involved in real estate. To find out more please visit

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