Thousands of traveller ratings garnered Auberge Saint-Antoine the top spot with an average rating of 96.06 out of 100.
While no Alberta hotels rank in the top 25 nationally, eight of the top 10 hotels in the prairies are in the province. The Renaissance Edmonton Airport is the second best hotel in the prairies, with a 91.22 out of 100 average rating.
B.C. led the pack with the best hotels in the country, taking nearly half the top national spots on Trivago’s list. The Rosewood Hotel Georgia in Vancouver took the number two spot in Canada.
Nova Scotia, however, is no slouch. While only having two hotels on the top 25 national list, the province managed to garner an overall rating of 83.23 out of 100 – the highest in the country.
Canada’s top 25 hotels and B&Bs:
Auberge Saint-Antoine – Quebec City, Quebec
Rosewood Hotel Georgia – Vancouver, B.C.
Harbour House – Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario
Le Germain Quebec – Quebec City, Quebec
L’Hermitage – Vancouver, B.C.
BranCliff Inn 1859 – Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario
Loden – Vancouver, B.C.
Trump International Hotel & Tower – Toronto, Ontario
Davy House – Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario
Abigail’s Hotel – Victoria, B.C.
Fairmont Pacific Rim – Vancouver, B.C.
Britaly – Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario
The Inn at the Ninth Hole – Salmon Arm, B.C.
West End Guest House – Vancouver, B.C.
Queen Anne Inn – Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia
Always Inn – Niagara Falls, Ontario
L’Hotel due Vieux Quebec – Quebec City, Quebec
Bed and Breakfast Du Village Bbv – Montreal, Quebec
Thistledown House – North Vancouver, B.C.
Auberge Le Lupin – Mont-Tremblant, Quebec
Suite Dreams Toronto – Toronto, Ontario
Tofino Trek-Inn – Tofino, B.C.
First Tracks Lodge – Whistler, B.C.
Antigonish Evergreen Inn – Antigonish, Nova Scotia