WASHINGTON, July 30, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- U.S. News & World Report has released its inaugural ranking of the Best Hotels in Canada.
Out of the 218 luxury hotels across Canada evaluated for the 2013 rankings, 22 properties scored high enough to earn a place on the list of the Best Hotels in Canada. The top five are:
1. Fairmont Pacific Rim; Vancouver
2. Rosewood Hotel Georgia; Vancouver
3. Ritz-Carlton, Montreal; Montreal
4. Hastings House Country House Hotel; Salt Spring Island, British Columbia
5. Auberge Saint-Antoine; Quebec City
See full list: Best Hotels in Canada
About the Rankings
Luxury hotels in Canada were ranked based on an unbiased methodology that includes the collective opinion of travel experts and guests, expressed through awards, recommendations and ratings. The U.S. News approach reflects the core goal of all of our rankings, which is to provide impartial analysis to help consumers make informed decisions.
"Best Hotels in Canada takes the guesswork out of choosing the right hotel," said Chad Smolinski, Senior Vice President at U.S. News. "Hotels that consistently meet the high expectations of experts and travelers are recognized in our rankings, giving travelers to Canada recommendations they can count on."
- Best Hotels in Canada: Top 10 percent of all ranked luxury hotels in Canada
- Best Hotels in [Destination]: Top 30 percent of all ranked luxury hotels within a Canadian destination (e.g., Vancouver)
About U.S. News & World Report
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