Canada is filled with beautiful and bountiful natural wonders. But when it comes to man- made attractions, it sure isn’t lagging far behind anyone else.
Travelers who are tired and bored of the plain ol’ stuff will find that they have so many options to choose from- they can stay at a haunted jail, or an ancient lighthouse.
And that isn’t the end of it; they can even fulfill their childhood dreams by staying in a spherical tree house! These ‘hotels’ are attractions and popular tourist haunts, in and of themselves.
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From now on, when you’re uninterested in the regular hotels and want to relax your weary bones, go through our recommendation of where you can do so in a unique environment.
It is the first inn in a lighthouse in Canada. Located in the southwest coast of Prince Edward Island, the people and the coast live here in harmony.
It was built in1875, and remains Prince Edward Island’s tallest lighthouse standing at 69 feet.
It is a black and white striped construction, which was turned into an inn, museum and restaurant after a century of providing its services.
Currently it is equipped with 14 rooms, including 2 which are inside the lighthouse itself and all of them are swank with a stunning view of the Northumberland Strait.
After dining on the local cuisine of freshly caught fish, you can drift off to sleep to the sounds of softly undulating waves and strikingly impressive sunsets.
Situated in one of Canada’s greenest cities, Kelowna, Hotel Zed stands proudly with its quirks.
With color- popping furnishings and retro- fab displays of grand fanfare (replete with an on-site tiny disco and fog machine), it is designed to bring a smile on the faces of the most stoic travelers.
If you’re heading out for a day in town, the hotel offers a cool vintage Volkswagen shuttle on standby.
If that isn’t your style, you can borrow a skateboard, a pair of roller skates or a cruiser bike. Best part, it’s absolutely free of cost.
While you’re there, don’t forget to check out some of the nearby destinations like Kasugai Japanese Garden, City Park and Waterfront Park, all within walking distance from Hotel Zed.
When you want to escape the city life and try your hand at camping, but are afraid of what amenities are available out there in the wild, there’s a good chance glamping is more your thing.
Furnished with king- sized beds and mood lighting, you can prepare yourself for experiencing the outdoor world in a fresh way.
Located in the rolling hills of Northumberland County and a 90- minute drive away from Toronto, the Whispering Springs Wilderness Retreat offers all the modern amenities along with an intermingled opportunity to connect with the wilderness for its guests.
You can choose to elevate your experience with a relaxing massage in the comfort of your private tent, a leisurely paddle session in a canoe or a group yoga class while you’re at it.
The property spans over 200 wide acres and dotted with 12 luxurious tents having top notch linens, plush robes, electricity and running water. There’s a saltwater pool nearby as well.
Situated in North America’s largest shopping and entertainment venue, the West Edmonton Mall, the Fantasyland Hotel offers to make your dreams of living on a different planet, or in ancient Rome and so much more come true for a night.
The hotel has 120 rooms all decked out in different motifs and themes, all equipped to make the experience as realistic as possible.
Some rooms are even equipped with igloo beds, basketball hoops or rail car replicas.
For a fun night, you can choose a pirate or space themed room or if you’re looking for luxury fantasies, there are princess and Hollywood themed rooms as well.
And you can always request to change your room the next night if you want to explore another planet, era or continent.
This one – of- a- kind hotel is only a 7 minute walk from Galaxy land, a 6 minute walk from World Water Park and 7 km away from Fort Edmonton Park.