$91 - $175
|CHEAPEST CITY IN CANADA||Calgary||35% cheaper||Hotels in Calgary are the cheapest in Canada at just $91 per night on average|
|MOST EXPENSIVE CITY IN CANADA||Whistler||20% more expensive||Whistler has the highest priced hotels in Canada with rooms averaging $175 per night|
|MOST POPULAR CITY IN CANADA||Toronto||55% more users visited||More momondo users search for hotels in Toronto than any other city in Canada|
Below are the 11 user recommended hotels in the area of Canada that is closest to Vieux-Québec. The average price near Vieux-Québec is $187/night, with prices varying based on several factors including time of year. Hotels near Vieux-Québec are typically 35% more expensive than the average hotel in Canada, which is $121.
|Low Season||November||cheapest month to stay|
|High Season||June||most expensive time to stay|
|16%||expected price decrease|
|13%||expected price increase|
$118 - $161
|Highest day of week||Friday||is the most expensive day of the week to book|
|Cheapest day of week||Tuesday||is the cheapest day of the week to book|
|$140||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
|$129||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
Toronto is definitely worth the visit, especially for art and culture lovers. As a diverse and cosmopolitan hub, Toronto is relatively easy to navigate thanks to a subway system that covers both short and long-distance travel. However, as there’s plenty to explore in the world’s second-largest country, and because Greyhound Canada no longer provides coast-to-coast routes and even skips most of the country routes, we recommend renting a car to get around. If you’re traveling during the summer, you will be happy to know that most of the paid attractions, like the 533-meter CN Tower, the Royal Ontario Museum, and the renowned Art Gallery of Ontario, are close to each other. As such, we recommend staying within the downtown area where there’s a vast selection of cheap hotels in Canada, such as the Pantages, Cambridge Suites, DoubleTree by Hilton, the Rex, and more. For something more exclusive, you can book Canada hotels like the Fairmount Royal York Gold or the St. Regis Toronto.
Canada houses numerous vacation spots to explore, starting with Banff Mountain in Alberta, which appeals to nature enthusiasts looking for skiing and hiking opportunities. If you want to capture a world’s natural wonder, the wide Niagara waterfall is a must-see. Honeymooners will particularly enjoy a trip to Niagara Falls as they can sample wines from the nearby Inniskillin Winery or enjoy a walk through the lush Niagara Parks Botanical Gardens. Jasper is the largest national park in the Canadian Rockies, ripe with paid activities like hiking through Maligne Canyon, whitewater rafting down the Athabasca River, and riding the Jasper SkyTram. You can compare cheap hotels in Canada for the best possible accommodation rates. For a bit of luxury, there’s the Ritz-Carlton, and for budget-conscious travelers, consider staying at the Holyday Inn in Downtown Toronto.
Nothing beats a night out in Montreal. In addition to its multilingualism, French-inspired architecture, and various influences of native culture, Montreal is a popular destination for most tourists as it hosts numerous local bands that play around the city virtually every night. An ideal part of the city to stay in for exploring Montreal’s nightlife is the downtown area. The central location means you’re within easy access to a bustling collection of clubs, cocktail bars, most importantly, the city’s train. You can book hotels in Canada, such as Renaissance Montreal, Hotel Birk, Le Square Phillip, and Fairmount Queen Elizabeth. Montreal is also a foodie heaven thanks to its diverse multi-culturalism and numerous restaurants that dish out local favorites, such as smoked meat sandwiches, Vietnamese Pho, and Québécois’ most iconic dish, the Poutine. Montreal has many great meals to sample; however, no food says Montreal more than hand-rolled, blanched, and baked bagels.
Canadian’s cultural and historical preservation can be appreciated during the months of May to November. Old Quebec, for example, has a lot of French and Latin influences. If you want a view of the jewel of Canada’s religious heritage, you must travel to Montreal for one of the world-famous, paid attractions, the Notre Dame Basilica. If you’re an adventure-minded traveler, a paid guided tour to the Haida Gwaii Islands in British Columbia can be an unforgettable experience. If you travel east of Calgary, you can make a paid visit to Canada’s most unique National Parks, the Dinosaur Provincial Park in Alberta, to learn about the existence of dinosaurs. You can also explore the extensive PATH network of underground pathways that conveniently link shopping malls, entertainment centers, and local attractions during the winter. If you’re traveling in May, we recommend that you book Canadian hotels like Les Suites Hotel Ottawa, to see the largest annual tulip festival that’s been part of the Canadian culture since 1953.
If you are looking to save a few dollars on your hotel room in Canada, consider visiting the country in January as it is the least expensive month at just $43 per night. Avoid booking a hotel room in June if you are looking for a deal; it is the most expensive month.
Our users tend to visit Toronto more often than any other city when traveling to Canada.
As a popular tourist destination in Canada, it is no surprise that Whistler has the most expensive hotel rooms at $193 per night - 37% more than than the country's average hotel room price.
Our users typically find that Calgary has the lowest per night rates in the country at just $23. Calgary offers hotels rooms at an average rate that is 82% lower than the average city in Canada.
Banff Rocky Mountain Resort
1029 Banff Avenue, Banff, AB, Canada
Hotel Stay Mont Royal
438 Avenue Du Mont-Royal Est Corner Rue Rivard, Montreal, QC, Canada
57 Rue Sainte-Anne, Québec City, QC, Canada
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