Valentine’s Day: 6 Romantic and Luxurious Escapes in Canada

You don’t have to travel far for some of the most loved-up, romantic experiences this Valentine’s Day.

The spa at the Adelaide Hotel

Private Jet and Spa Day at the Adelaide Hotel

If you’re looking to seriously step up the luxe on Valentine’s Day (or any day), you can book out the entire spa at the Adelaide Hotel in downtown Toronto. Or, make it even bigger (we’re talking Kim and Kanye big) by reserving a private jet to take you from the Adelaide to Niagara falls for a day of wine tasting before crashing in your suite after. Yeah, we’re all up for this one, no matter what day of the year it is.

Catching the stars at Fogo Island Inn

Feel the Ocean at Fogo Island Inn

Seclusion is the name of the game at this stunning hotel in a remote part of Newfoundland. If your idea of romance is staying cozy under quilts, crisp salty Atlantic ocean breezes, hikes along a rocky coastline and star gazing, then the Fogo Island Inn is the spot for you.

A snowy winter wonderland in romantic Quebec City

A Winter Wonderland in Quebec City

Easily one of the most romantic spots in Canada, Quebec City also happens to be a winter wonderland in February with postcard-perfect snow, ridiculously charming European-esque streets, incredible food that’s worth indulging in, not to mention the ice hotel. If you’re not scared of the cold, snuggling up on a bed of ice (wrapped in warm blankets, of course) could be the tops when it comes to romance.

An icy backdrop at Nita Lake Lodge

Canadian Beauty at Nita Lake Lodge, Whistler, British Columbia

When you’re talking about the beauty of Canadian wilderness, you can’t help but think of Whistler in British Columbia. Just outside the main skiing village is a more tucked away, romantic resort that will bring out all kinds of loved-up feels. The perfect setting to dream of a rustic, luxe wedding, or a proposal, or just to cuddle up next to the fireplace aprés-ski with a glass of BC vino.

Rustic romance at Trout Point Lodge in Nova Scotia

Star gaze at Trout Point Lodge, Nova Scotia

Star gazing, nature hikes, cozy fireplaces… there’s a reason why The New York Times listed this lodge in the middle of Nova Scotia’s mainland as a spot to visit, no matter what the season.  With rooms that overlook the heavily wooded forest and the Tusket River, hot tubs, fine dining and quiet corners perfect for romance, this is truly one of Canada’s hidden gems. But back to the stargazing… that’s really what will get your hearts fluttering, as the property is the world’s first certified Starlight Hotel.

The ultimate city escape at the William Grey Hotel

A city Escape at the William Grey Hotel, Montreal

If a city escape is in the cards, a quick trip to Montreal’s historic city centre is beckoning loved up couples, especially those who want to share their romantic rendezvous on social media. Book a suite at the Instagrammable William Grey Hotel, tucked into a charming building in Old Montreal, it’s the perfect place to set up for a romantic weekend of strolling, eating and sipping champagne. Or you could just do all that plus a spa day right in the hotel.

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