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Explore Urban Canada at These Boutique Hotels

When thinking of Canada, many travelers visualize snow-covered mountains, gushing waterfalls, and grand national parks. However, Canada's major urban centers, especially Vancouver and Toronto, are definitely worth a visit as well. Full of cultural landmarks, a thriving foodie scene, and plenty of beautiful city views, Canada's cities make for a great getaway, whether you're traveling solo, as a couple, or with family and friends.

Check out the following boutique hotels to experience genuine hospitality on your next trip to Canada, and find yourself in the center of the action!

Enjoy Downtown Toronto at Hyatt Regency Toronto

Stay at the Hyatt Regency Toronto and enjoy some of the city's best shopping, cultural landmarks such as the CN Tower, Second City, and Royal Alexandra Theatre, and over 150 restaurants with just a few minutes from your front door. In addition to the activities available just a few steps away, you will also have many amenities within the hotel itself, such as the Hyatt's fitness center, sauna, and seasonal rooftop pool. Kick back in your spacious room at the end of a long day of exploration, and enjoy the plasma TV and incredible views, or head down to one of the hotel's bistros and bars to unwind. The Hyatt Regency Toronto puts you close to everything you may want to visit in Toronto's entertainment district.

Explore High-End Toronto at Park Hyatt Toronto

If you want to get a taste of how the other half lives, book a room at Park Hyatt Toronto, in the middle of the city's fashionable Yorkville neighborhood. The Royal Ontario Museum is right across the street, and chic art galleries and luxurious shopping boutiques abound. Rooms at the hotel include high-end furnishings, premium bedding, and marble bathrooms. If you head downstairs, staff at the hotel's Stillwater Spa will treat you like a queen. For some of the best views of the city, walk up to The Roof Lounge and enjoy a cocktail while admiring the beautiful panorama.

Seaside Views at the Pan Pacific Vancouver

The Pan Pacific Vancouver hotel on Canada Place pier offers its guests four on-site restaurants, a full-service spa, and a fitness center to meet all their needs. When you want to venture outside and explore the city, the staff will gladly help you arrange a Seaplane tour or point you to the Vancouver Aquarium and Granville Island Public Market. At the end of the day, relax in your room and enjoy the 24-hour room service, Wi-Fi, and luxurious bedding.

Rosewood Hotel Georgia

At Rosewood Hotel Georgia you will be right in the middle of Granville Entertainment District, close to Vancouver's cool Chinatown and Gastown neighborhoods. Explore nearby Stanley Park, as well as shopper-friendly Robson Street and Alberni Street, or relax at the hotel's on-site spa, fitness center, and indoor pool, or one of its many restaurants and lounges. Relaxing in the spacious room with its free Wi-Fi, HDTV, and luxurious bathrobes and toiletries will make for a perfect end to the perfect Vancouver day.

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