There are already so many things to consider when traveling, and choosing to do so sustainably adds a whole other challenge. We’re giving you a jump start on your trip planning by narrowing down the top three sustainable hotels in Canada, all with gorgeous modern designs and ethical environmental practices. Discover the perfect inspiration for your next vacation, with one of these gorgeous places to stay in Canada.
Everly Inn, Ontario
First we have the beautiful and cozy family-owned and operated Everly Inn, nestled among vineyards in the heart of Prince Edward County, Ontario. With just three mindfully curated suites, this quiet countryside get-away is worth the short two-hour drive from Toronto’s YYZ airport.
Gaining a reputation as a calming escape from the city, the Everly Inn was featured as a top accommodation for the perfect Canadian road trip that was both luxurious and sustainable, in an episode of CityLine. Solar panels, recycled building materials, sustainable architecture, construction and operation make this boutique hotel net-zero emissions, as featured in Style Advisor magazine. Bright, clean rooms are furnished with natural elements and calming shades.
Thoughtful touches like complimentary breakfast, organic cotton linens, electric car chargers and the option to book safe and sustainable transportation around the County in a Tesla, all make your stay extra sweet. Visit the Everly Inn on your next Canadian vacation for an intimate stay in nature.
Pacific Sands Beach Resort, British Columbia
If you’re looking for an immersive, relaxing wilderness experience, then Pacific Sands Beach Resort is the perfect place to stay in Canada. The epitome of living in harmony with nature in ethical and sustainable comfort, the resort is located in scenic and rugged Tofino, British Columbia, a short flight or road-trip and ferry ride away from Vancouver.
The sleek, modern design of the resort incorporates natural elements throughout, creating the perfect backdrop for iconic Tofino scenery. With a beachfront sauna, delicious meals, grocery services, surfing packages, massages at By The Sea spa and beachside yoga classes, Pacific Sands Beach Resort captures the best of the West Coast.
As a testament to their initiatives, the Green Key environmental rating program has awarded Pacific Sands four out of five keys for their socially-responsible and sustainable practices. These include a geothermal solar system, rainwater catchment system, and locally-sourced products like delicious coffee and natural toiletries, so you can feel extra good about your stay.
Humaniti Hotel, Québec
Perfect for travelers seeking ultra-modern luxury and wellness in a contemporary setting, the Humaniti Hotel in Montréal, Québec blends futuristic design with advanced sustainability practices. A short 20-minute drive or 30-minute metro ride from YUL airport, this stunning space invites nature into the heart of the city.
Blending clean, modern style with bold elements, this LEED-certified hotel is a design gem, accredited by the most widely recognized sustainable building classification in the world. Efforts don’t stop there, with state of the art sustainably-sourced gym equipment, you know every last detail has been considered. Rooms have even been designed to maximize natural sunlight! Unwind in a rooftop oasis, lounging by the pool and sipping a drink from the bar.
This wellness retreat in the city will leave you feeling refreshed and satisfied with your vacation, and its environmental impacts, making it one of the best places to stay in Canada.
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No matter what kind of Canadian vacation you have in mind, you can do it your way, with comfortable, sustainable style. Use these hotels as the inspiration behind the trip of a lifetime! From hidden city gems to quiet nature get-aways, each of these gorgeous hotels in Canada has something unique to offer. Now all that’s left to do is book…!
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