Priciest Hotels in Canada - Toronto - Montreal - Vancouver
TORONTO, Canada - Canada's most expensive city-situated hotel is located in Toronto, according to the latest survey. In fact, as the survey reveals, six of the country's 10 most expensive hotels are located in the most populous city of Canada.
Four Seasons Toronto
The survey specifically compared luxury hotels in cities across the USA and Canada based on their average rates for a regular double room. The month of October 2014 served as the basis of comparison. Only such hotels located inside major cities were considered.
With an average rate of $532 per night for a standard double room, the Four Seasons Toronto, located in the Yorkville district, leads the list of Canada's costliest hotels. The Ritz Carlton Montreal takes the number two spot with an average price tag of $505 nightly. Vancouver's priciest hotel is the Fairmont Pacific Rim, ranking eighth most expensive in the country with an average overnight rate of $358.
In the United States, eight of the 10 most established hotels are located in New York City. The SoHo House NYC tops the rankings. At an average price of $1189 per night for a double room, this establishment is more than double the rate of the most expensive city hotel in Canada.
Following are the 10 most expensive city hotels in Canada. The rates listed reflect the daily rate, on average, for the most affordable double room in each hotel during the month of October 2014.
1. Four Seasons Toronto $532 2. The Ritz-Carlton Montreal $505 3. The Ritz-Carlton Toronto $468 4. Trump International Hotel & Tower Toronto $464 5. Hotel Le St-James (Montreal) $400 6. The Hazelton Hotel (Toronto) $370 7. Shangri-La Toronto $364 8. Fairmont Pacific Rim (Vancouver) $358 9. Windsor Arms Hotel (Toronto) $356 10. Shangri-La Vancouver $341