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$129 -- Quebec Fairmont on Ottawa River, w/$90 in Credits
 
Source: Fairmont Le Chateau Montebello | By Martha Appiah

This historic CAA 4-Diamond hotel set amidst scenic rural Quebec, has packaged dining, golf and spa credits into already discounted rates.
Sundays-Thursdays, June 26 - July 19, 2016

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Source: Wildcoast Adventures

This all-inclusive Vancouver Island adventure, which TripAdvisor users call the "trip of a lifetime," includes kayaking in orca territory.
Departures on July 4, 7, 13, 2016

100% (12 ratings)
 
Source: REO Rafting Resort

Combine the surge of whitewater, with the tranquil wilderness of the BC forest with this all-inclusive glamping trip that saves more than 30%.
Travel options through Sept. 18, 2016

 
Source: Four Points by Sheraton Niagara Falls Fallsview

Take advantage of thinner crowds during the fall or plan a last-minute jaunt to the Falls with this value-packed deal that includes dining credits.
Sundays-Thursdays, June and September-October

 
Source: Eastern Townships

Retreat to the charming Eastern Townships of Quebec this summer and save as much as 50% on gourmet getaways, spa escapes, wine retreats and more.
Through summer

 
Source: Water's Edge Resort

This waterfront resort on Vancouver Island is an idyllic backdrop for a spring getaway for two and Travelzoo members save 40%.
Sun.-Wed. through June or Sept. 25 - Oct. 12

100% (26 ratings)
 
Source: Bear Claw Lodge

This sprawling eco-lodge is located in the remote Kispiox Valley of B.C.'s rugged interior and saves Travelzoo members 25%.
Travel through July 31, 2016

 
Source: whistler.com

Save as much as 40% when staying at least four nights at a choice of Whistler hotels through summer. Two- and three-night stays also discounted.
Through September

 
Source: Days Inn Clifton Hill Casino

Stay in the midst of Niagara's action with this budget-friendly deal that includes $30 worth of dining vouchers and wine tasting passes.
Sunday-Thursday arrivals through June 30 or Sept.

 
Source: Kagoagh Resort and Fishing Lodge

This upscale hideaway offers a hassle-free trip that includes all meals, guided fishing excursion, gear and transfers to the lodge.
Travel options through Sept. 30, 2016

 
Source: The Lord Nelson Hotel & Suites

Land a room at this polished Halifax landmark, a short stroll from shopping on Spring Garden Road and the Halifax Public Gardens.
Travel June 19 - July 16, 2016

97% (153 ratings)
 
Source: Radisson Hotel Admiral Toronto-Harbourfront

This hotel sits on the water overlooking Lake Ontario, only steps away from the CN Tower and a short ride from the Eaton Centre.
Through August

96% (193 ratings)
 
Source: Rodd Hotels & Resorts

This exclusive deal from Rodd Hotels & Resorts is back for 2016 offering Travelzoo members savings of up to 55% on current rates.
Select dates through Dec. 31, 2016

 

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Finding Canada Hotel Deals
Canada is a vast territory of untamed nature, mineral wealth, and top-ranked ski country, all pinned down on its southern corners by some of the world’s most livable cities. These urban areas are great jumping-off points for reaching the nation’s wilder interiors.

On the Pacific Coast is the cosmopolitan hub of Vancouver, an extraordinarily good-looking city settled in between mountains and forest and bay. It’s an expensive place -- your best bet is January-March for deals when the city is cold but not unpleasant. Vancouver is about a two-hour drive south of Whistler, the largest ski resort in North America.

Banff National Park is another wintertime playground, with skiing, dogsledding, snowshoeing and sleigh riding. It’s also a warm-weather trove of hikes, bikes, horses and campgrounds. The park sits about a 90-minute drive west of Calgary, a metropolitan hub that retains a bit of its frontier character, mixing rodeos with emerging arts and nightlife.

Swing over to the east end of the country to reach Toronto. Described as “New York run by the Swiss,” Toronto has rich, big-city cultural and culinary achievements and a politeness and precision that Gotham can only dream of. It’s a clean, walkable city worthy of a many-day stopover. It’s also less than two hours north of the Canadian side of Niagara Falls, long accepted as the “better” side of the falls.

Swiss precision changes to French flair further east in Montreal and Quebec City. While these two towns are sometimes pitted against each other as “should I visit this one or that one”, make it easy on yourself and see both—a three-hour train ride connects them. Both cities are rich in European charm—probably the two most “European feeling” cities in North America.