by By Hunter R. Slaton | July 01, 2009
0709OT Auberge du Vieux-Port


Rock solid. Visit 19th-century Montréal at the Auberge du Vieux-Port. Its 27 rooms, with views of the Old Port and the cobblestones of St-Paul Street, feature brick and stone walls, wooden floors, high ceilings, large windows and luxurious brass beds.




0709OT Hotel Le Germain



Fine lines. Toronto's 122-room Hôtel Le Germain is a smart choice for fans of sleek architecture and design using elements such as glass, wood, metal and ceramics. Explore Toronto's surrounding entertainment district or take a mixology or cooking class at Victor, the hotel's restaurant.




0709OT Listel 



Artfully done. At Vancouver's 129-room Listel Hotel, the Gallery Floors feature guest rooms designed by local art galleries. Rooms on the Museum Floors are a tribute to all things British Columbian, with furniture crafted from hemlock and cedar. O'Doul's Restaurant & Bar hosts live jazz nightly.




0709OT Niagara 



Go With The Flow. The 1,002-room Niagara Falls Hilton Fallsview, which added a new 501-suite tower this past spring, provides breathtaking views of its namesake attraction. If your barrel is in the shop, get wet at the property's indoor water park or roll the dice at the casino.