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14 Places To Sleep In Canada That Are Beyond Your Wildest Dreams

After a full day of exploring, there are plenty of unique places to rest your head across Canada. So pack your best pajamas and make a trip to Canada!

1. Fogo Island Inn, Newfoundland and Labrador

The stunning, contemporary Fogo Island Inn sits atop stilts that hug the North Atlantic coastline and offers world-class hospitality and impeccably designed suites. All of the guest rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows that flaunt the breathtaking landscape. Taste some local seafood fare in the dining room or relax on the roof-deck hot tubs while you inhale the fresh, salty air.

2. Hôtel Pierre du Calvet, Montreal

Located in the heart of Old Montreal, Hôtel Pierre du Calvet offers lavish rooms in an ancestral family mansion built in 1725. You'll feel like you're in Europe here with the exceptional decor, antique furnishings, and robust wine cellar.

3. Ridgeback Lodge, New Brunswick

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These glamping domes and log cabins are the best way to take in the stunning setting in the Kingston Peninsula in New Brunswick. Stay for the night in the Dream Dome, which has a private wood-fire hot tub to soak in after a long day of hiking.

4. Ottawa Jail Hostel, Ottawa

5. Tundra Lodge, Manitoba

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If you're a wildlife lover, then the Tundra Lodge is the place for you! This rolling hotel outside of Churchill on the subarctic tundra has private cabins with windows and observation platforms where you can be in constant proximity to polar bears! The hotel is literally on wheels, allowing it to move around for optimal wildlife viewing.

6. Ice Hotel, Quebec City

The only ice hotel in North America is an architectural marvel where you can spend the night in one of the intricate themed suites, grab a drink at the ice bar, and relax at the outdoor spa. Open from January 4 to March 26, 2017, the Ice Hotel in Quebec City is the perfect place for a winter retreat.

7. Entre Cîmes et Racines, Quebec

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You'll feel like a hobbit in these cozy forest ecolodges located in the secluded woods near Eastman, Quebec, a charming town in the Eastern Townships region. You'll have no trouble relaxing in this picturesque underground dwelling surrounded by 175 acres of sprawling forest. This lodge also happens to be the first underground dwelling available for rent in Québec!

8. Fairmont Le Château Montebello, Quebec

Tucked away in the heart of the scenic Montebello, Quebec, is the world's largest log cabin — Fairmont Le Chateau Montebello. The accommodations are the perfect blend of rustic and luxurious with plenty of year-round activities for guests including golf, tennis, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, as well as Canada's only Land Rover Off-Road Driving Experience!

9. The Wickaninnish Inn, British Columbia

The Wickaninnish Inn in Tofino, British Columbia, has direct access to Chesterman Beach and panoramic ocean or beach views from every guest room. It's easy to relax in this hotel where rustic elegance underscores everything from the culinary events to the world-class Ancient Cedars Spa.

10. West Point Lighthouse Inn & Museum, Prince Edward Island

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Sleeping in a lighthouse is definitely something to put on your bucket list. The West Point Lighthouse Inn on the scenic Prince Edward Island is surrounded by serene beaches, cedar dunes, and incredible seafood. It's also PEI's tallest lighthouse at 67 feet 8 inches! Explore PEI's coastal history in the lighthouse museum on site or just take a snooze to the sound of gentle waves.

11. The Drake Hotel, Toronto

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Located on Toronto's hippest street, Queen Street West, The Drake Hotel is a hotbed for culture and the most happening place to rest your head in TO. Sip on a mojito and taste their delectable eats in the year-round Sky Yard or catch a DJ-led dance party in the Underground.

12. Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise, Alberta

If you're looking for a room with a view, this is as good as it gets. The Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise hotel is located in Alberta's Banff National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This luxury resort overlooking the turquoise glacial lake has a wonderful spa, exceptional dining, and countless outdoor activities in its mountainous backyard.

13. Parks Canada’s Cocoon Tree Bed, Nova Scotia

14. Head-Line Mountain Holidays, Whistler

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Experience winter backcountry glamping in this once-in-a-lifetime hideaway. Head-Line Mountain Holidays offers secluded overnights in a snow hotel overlooking the Pemberton Ice Caps. During the day, you can explore the Ice Cap via snowmobile.

Sweet dreams! There are so many places to see (and sleep) in Canada. See for yourself and visit Canada.