Quebec & Atlantic Canada Hotels

The east half of Canada encompasses five provinces with rich cultural history and thousands of miles of coastline. Prices soar in Montreal in the summer months as tourists flock to the old city's cobblestoned streets, but staying outside downtown can make for savings and excellent croissant breakfasts. Quebec City is no less stylish with sidewalk cafes, UNESCO World Heritage Sites and a world-famous winter carnival. The Atlantic Provinces are best enjoyed in the summer months when harsh winters are a hazy memory and East Coast hospitality opens its arms wide.

The east half of Canada encompasses five provinces with rich cultural history and thousands of miles of coastline. Prices soar in Montreal in the summer months as tourists flock to the old city's cobblestoned streets, but staying outside downtown can make for savings and excellent croissant breakfasts. Quebec City is no less stylish with sidewalk cafes, UNESCO World Heritage Sites and a world-famous winter carnival. The Atlantic Provinces are best enjoyed in the summer months when harsh winters are a hazy memory and East Coast hospitality opens its arms wide.

Newfoundland's capital, St. John's is the gateway to rugged coastlines and remote B&Bs where you can whale-watch from the front door, and New Brunswick's world-famous Tidal Bore is home to the lowest tides in the world.

Prince Edward Island's capital Charlottetown is known as the birthplace of Confederation, but this family-friendly island is home to Anne of Green Gables, white sandy beaches and really good ice cream. Halifax is a cultural capital, home to Nova Scotia's biggest airport, making for a great jumping off point to explore lighthouses, beaches and vineyards.

The east half of Canada encompasses five provinces with rich cultural history and thousands of miles of coastline. Prices soar in Montreal

The east half of Canada encompasses five provinces with rich cultural history and thousands of miles of coastline. Prices soar in Montreal in the summer months as tourists flock to the old city's cobblestoned streets, but staying outside downtown can make for savings and excellent croissant breakfasts. Quebec City is no less stylish with sidewalk cafes, UNESCO World Heritage Sites and a world-famous winter carnival. The Atlantic Provinces are best enjoyed in the summer months when harsh winters are a hazy memory and East Coast hospitality opens its arms wide.

Newfoundland's capital, St. John's is the gateway to rugged coastlines and remote B&Bs where you can whale-watch from the front door, and New Brunswick's world-famous Tidal Bore is home to the lowest tides in the world.

Prince Edward Island's capital Charlottetown is known as the birthplace of Confederation, but this family-friendly island is home to Anne of Green Gables, white sandy beaches and really good ice cream. Halifax is a cultural capital, home to Nova Scotia's biggest airport, making for a great jumping off point to explore lighthouses, beaches and vineyards.

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