Honeymooning Hotspots in Canada

Canada is a magnet for sports and nature lovers alike, with its huge variety of landscapes to explore from mountains to lakes to ocean cliffs.With rumours of the Royals heading to Canada for their honeymoon, we thought we’d take a peek at some of the honeymooning hotspots in Canada that make for a delightful post-wedding retreat.

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The Sutton Palace Hotel, Revelstoke Mountain Resort

If you’re a lover of skiing then Revelstoke is the perfect option for you. The staff really do go out of their way to make sure you have the best stay, especially if you mention it’s for a special occasion. Enjoy breakfast with views across the mountain before embarking on a day of skiing across the range.

Halcyon Hot Springs

Head to Halcyon for a bask in the hot springs of Nakusp. The abundance of nature in this area is exquisite and the lake and mountain views are unmissable – just make sure you take your insect repellant!

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Long Beach Lodge Resort

Tofino is a beautiful area on Vancouver Island, just off of Canada’s west coast, and the Long Beach Lodge Resort offers a relaxed atmosphere with wonderful ocean views on this popular stretch of beach. The food in the Great Room also comes highly recommended (particularly the oysters).

Black Rock Oceanfront Resort

Based in Ucluelet, Black Rock Oceanfront Resort has great sea views and the suites are incredible – if you’re going on a honeymoon you might as well spoil yourselves! They also do couples massages at the on site spa which are the perfect addition to your itinerary during your stay.

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Brentwood Bay Resort & Spa

Central Saanich is a peaceful area close to the suburbs of Victoria, and Brentwood Bay is an ideal location to stay during your trip. There are some lovely views across the docks, the restaurant has some of the best food you’ll ever try, and its location is ideal if you’re looking for a hotel close to the city but minus the noise.

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