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Ontario/Québec

Canadian Odyssey: Québec City to Toronto

Discover the beauty and history of Eastern Canada’s great cities — Québec City and its Old Town, cosmopolitan Montréal, national capital Ottawa and Toronto, the largest city in Canada.
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Program No. 3734RJ
Length
11 days
Starts at
2,949
Ontario/Québec

Canadian Odyssey: Québec City to Toronto

Discover the beauty and history of Eastern Canada’s great cities — Québec City and its Old Town, cosmopolitan Montréal, national capital Ottawa and Toronto, the largest city in Canada.
Length
11 days
Starts at
2,949
Program No. 3734 RJ
Prefer to enroll or inquire by phone? 800-454-5768
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DATES & starting prices
PRICES
Jun 21 - Jul 1, 2021
Starting at
2,999
Jul 12 - Jul 22, 2021
Small group
Starting at
3,199
Aug 9 - Aug 19, 2021
Small group
Starting at
3,199
Sep 13 - Sep 23, 2021
Starting at
2,999
Oct 4 - Oct 14, 2021
Starting at
2,949
DATES & starting prices
PRICES
Jun 21 - Jul 1, 2021
Starting at
3,949
Jul 12 - Jul 22, 2021
Small group
Starting at
4,149
Aug 9 - Aug 19, 2021
Small group
Starting at
4,149
Sep 13 - Sep 23, 2021
Starting at
3,949
Oct 4 - Oct 14, 2021
Starting at
3,899

At a Glance

Discover the grand beauty and historical significance of some of the great cities of Eastern Canada: Québec City, the last walled city in the Americas north of Mexico; Montréal, a cosmopolitan center of culture; Ottawa, the national capital; and Toronto, the largest city in Canada. Compare the distinctive architecture and mood of each city. Explore grand cathedrals, stroll cobblestone streets and visit world-class museums. And enjoy discussions with local experts on the history, culture and art of Canada.
Activity Level
Keep the Pace
Walking up to two miles per day; uneven surfaces, cobblestones; some hills and stairs encountered. Some standing in museums/historic sites.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Visit the magnificent Notre Dame Basilica, a masterpiece of Gothic revival architecture.
  • Discover upper and lower town in Old Québec, exploring fortifications that date from 1745.
  • Journey from Ottawa's Parliament Hill to Old Town Toronto and the historic St. Lawrence Market.

General Notes

Select dates are designated for small groups and are limited to 24 participants or less.
Featured Expert
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Marie Legroulx
Marie is an eleventh-generation Quebecoise whose ancestors settled on the shores of the St. Lawrence River in the mid-17th century. She has a BA in history and an MA in Quebec literature from Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario. Marie draws on both fields in her Road Scholar learning adventures as well as within her life more broadly. She taught French and Quebec literature for 25 years at the university level. Marie has been leading groups in Quebec City and the surrounding area since 2008.

Please note: This expert may not be available for every date of this program.

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Marie is an eleventh-generation Quebecoise whose ancestors settled on the shores of the St. Lawrence River in the mid-17th century. She has a BA in history and an MA in Quebec literature from Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario. Marie draws on both fields in her Road Scholar learning adventures as well as within her life more broadly. She taught French and Quebec literature for 25 years at the university level. Marie has been leading groups in Quebec City and the surrounding area since 2008.
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Don Belec has gone from teaching to student-life animation and administration, from selling education-rated products to fund-raising and marketing and much more during his nearly fifty-year career. Over the years, he has had the opportunity to work and travel in Asia, explore parts of Australia and visit 95% of Canada’s expansive regions. He looks forward to engaging with new people as they explore the diversity of Quebec and fully appreciate its contribution to Canada and beyond.
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David Jeanes is a retired professional engineer. He is vice-president of Heritage Ottawa, which is committed to the preservation of heritage architecture, and president of Transport 2000 Canada, which is devoted to sustainable public transportation. A native of Britain, David has lived in Ottawa much of his working life and spent 32 years in the high-tech industry on the design, standardization and marketing of global data-communication networks.
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Bruce Bell View biography
Bruce Bell — journalist, author, playwright, actor and curator — is considered Toronto’s most famous historian and was named the Official Historian of St. Lawrence Hall by the city of Toronto. An award-winning playwright, he also published “Amazing Tales of St. Lawrence Neighbourhood” and “TORONTO: A Pictorial Celebration.” Bruce’s mission is to tell Toronto’s history through his writings and lectures, including his sold-out shows at Toronto’s famed Winter Garden Theatre.
Visit the Road Scholar Bookshop
You can find many of the books we recommend at the Road Scholar store on bookshop.org, a website that supports local bookstores.
Varieties of Exile
by Mavis Gallant, Russell Banks (Introduction)
Wonderful stories set mostly in Gallant's native Montreal, a city starkly divided between working-class French Catholics and genteel English Protestants.
Unbuilt Toronto: A History of the City That Might Have Been
by Mark Osbaldeston
Unbuilt Toronto explores never-realized building projects in and around Toronto, from the city's founding to the twenty-first century. Delving into unfulfilled and largely forgotten visions for grand public buildings, skyscrapers, highways, and subways, it outlines projects like St. Alban's Cathedral and the Queen subway line. Readers may lament the loss of some projects, be thankful for the disappearance of others, and marvel at the downtown that could have been. Featuring 147 images, Unbuilt Toronto casts a different light on a city you thought you knew.
Lost Toronto
by William Dendy
An intriguing portrait of the 19th- and early 20th-century city, Lost Toronto fills in the gaps of architectural history. Using almost 150 archival photographs, William Dendy identifies and discusses buildings destroyed or significantly defaced as the 20th century progressed. Not just an architectural history, Lost Toronto is a plea for more stringent regulations to preserve historic buildings. Lost Toronto and Toronto Observed: Its Architecture, Patrons, and History (1986) won Toronto book awards.
Lullabies for Little Criminals
by Heather O'Neill
O'Neill's tragicomedy of coming of age in Montreal in the 1980s was shortlisted for the Orange Prize.
The Canadian Frontier, 1534-1760
by W. J. Eccles
A popular, groundbreaking academic history of New France in the colonial era.
Toronto: A Short Illustrated History of Its First 1,200 Years
by Ronald F. Williamson
A Traveller's History of Canada
by Robert Bothwell
A readable and admirably concise march through Canadian history from prehistory to today, including a timeline.
Surfacing
by Margaret Atwood
One of Atwood's earliest novels, a suspenseful yarn where a young woman becomes entangled in affairs, mysteries and the haunting draw of nature as she searches for her missing father on an island off the coast of northern Quebec.
The War That Made America, A Short History of the French and Indian War
by Fred Anderson
Anderson (Crucible of War) illuminates relations between the Indians, French and British in 18th-century North America.
Champlain's Dream
by David Hackett Fischer
In this stunningly researched and engaging biography, Pulitzer Prize-winner David Hackett Fischer weaves together the epic story of soldier and explorer Samuel de Champlain, a colonizer of North America who spent 30 years bringing his vision of a New France to life.
Quebec, 1759, The Siege and the Battle
by C. P. Stacey
Originally published in 1959, this definitive account of the fall of Quebec, a key battle in British dominance in North America, is revised by Donald Graves for this new edition.
Canoe Lake
by Roy MacGregor
troubled American woman travels to a small Ontario town, determined to find the mother she has never known. As she searches through dusty records and stirs up old memories among those around her, three young people emerge from the mists of the past…a beautiful woman named Jenny, a shy local boy named Russell, and a dark-eyed painter named Tom, who changes the course of Jenny and Russell’s lives. Historical reality and conjecture are skillfully interwoven with intrigue and suspense as these three move unwittingly toward tragedy.
Wolfe at Quebec, The Man Who Won the French and Indian War
by Christopher Hibbert
Hibbert brings the campaigns, life at Louisborg and dramatic capture of Quebec in 1759 to life in this tale of the neurotic, complex British general.
A People's History of Quebec
by Robin Philbot, Jacques Lacoursiere
This swift overview of Quebec’s 450-year history by a leading historian covers everything from the earliest days of colonization to the province’s recent efforts to gain independence. Includes a helpful timeline.
Toronto: A Pictorial Celebration
by Bruce Bell
Bruce Bell's latest book on Toronto, including fantastic photography. A look at the top 100 sites in Toronto. Bruce is a noted historian, journalist, author, playwright, actor, and curator and is part of this program experience.
Arundel
by Kenneth Roberts, N. C. Wyeth (Illustrator)
The grand historical novel of Colonel Benedict Arnold's doomed march on Quebec in 1775, told through the eyes of a soldier in the Continental Army. Rich in historical detail.
Canada and Quebec: One Country, Two Histories
by Robert Bothwell
An in-depth look at Canada-Quebec relations through interviews with prominent Canadian figures.
Ottawa: the Unknown City
by Rob McLennan
A quirky and practical guide to the history and attractions of the Canadian capital. Ottawa may be our capital city but it's also a place of contradictions—the official version offers numerous, beneficent historic sites, institutions, museums, and galleries, but there are other stories to be told. In this latest edition of Arsenal's Unknown City series of alternative city guides for both locals and tourists, Ottawa comes alive as a diverse, quirky town that may look like a government city on the surface but boasts a small-town charm. The book charts a course through the city's hidden landmarks, shopping, dining, and nightlife hot spots, as well as secret histories that will come as a surprise even to life-long locals.
Shadows on the Rock
by Willa Cather
Set at the end of the 17th century in rural Quebec, this beautifully realized novel highlights the struggles of the Parisian widower Auclair and his young daughter to adapt to their new land.
Meals
24 Meals
10 Breakfasts
8 Lunches
6 Dinners
The following choices may be available when requested in advance: Vegetarian, Gluten Free
Lodging
Lodgings may differ by date. Select a date to see the lodgings specific to that date.
Display
Oct 04, 2021 - Oct 14, 2021 (Quebec City, Quebec to Toronto, Ontario)
  • Jun 21, 2021 - Jul 01, 2021 (Quebec City, Quebec to Toronto, Ontario)
  • Jul 12, 2021 - Jul 22, 2021 (Quebec City, Quebec to Toronto, Ontario)
  • Aug 09, 2021 - Aug 19, 2021 (Quebec City, Quebec to Toronto, Ontario)
  • Sep 13, 2021 - Sep 23, 2021 (Quebec City, Quebec to Toronto, Ontario)
  • Oct 04, 2021 - Oct 14, 2021 (Quebec City, Quebec to Toronto, Ontario)
3 nights
Quebec City
Located in the heart of historic, culturally vibrant, gastronomic and romantic Old Québec, the unique 4-star European-style hotel extends a warm and friendly welcome in an inviting decor and spectacular surroundings that have been delighting visitors for centuries. The popularity of the Hotel Manoir Victoria began in the early 1830’s. Named Hotel Albion at the time, it was located on the East side of Côte du Palais, i.e. across the street from the actual hotel. At the time, the Albion hotel, owned by Thomas Payne, was the best in town and a room was charged $1.50 per night. Later, the hotel name changed for Stadacona. Benjamin Trudel, owner of another hotel in Québec, bought the Stadacona in 1895, refurbished the hotel and named it “Hotel Victoria”. The new Spa du Manoir offers expert body and esthetic care, an indoor pool, a sauna, a fitness centre, an Internet lounge as well as indoor parking with valet service. Room amenities include hairdryer, individual digital thermostat, color TV with cable and remote control, complimentary high speed internet access in all rooms, alarm clock, direct access telephone, minibar ($), ), iron and ironing boards.
2 nights
Montreal
This ideally located hotel, right in the heart of Montréal, is a downtown landmark offering easy access to historic, cultural and shopping attractions in the city. Guests travelling to Montreal love the hotel's location next to Chinatown and one block from Old Montréal's attractions and shops. Enjoy countless things to do in Montréal. The hotel has an indoor pool, indoor parking, a business centre, onsite restaurant and coin operated laundry facilities. The hotel provides complimentary high speed WiFi, hair dryer, coffee maker, iron and ironing board, mini-fridge, individual climate control and a daily newspaper.
2 nights
Ottawa
Lord Elgin Hotel is one of the most centrally located downtown Ottawa luxury hotels, just a stone’s throw away from the Rideau Canal, Confederation Park, and Parliament Hill. Stay with us and you’ll discover the most alluring and captivating parts of Ottawa, Canada’s beautiful capital city. Immerse yourself in vibrant festivals, museums, galleries, eclectic dining and a world of shops and boutiques. Lord Elgin’s extraordinary location puts bountiful delights within easy walking distance. Constructed in 1941, Lord Elgin is a piece of Ottawa’s history. Independent and thoroughly Canadian, this historic landmark is a leader among hotels in downtown Ottawa. The hotel features a whirlpool, sauna and exercise room; complimentary high speed internet, Starbucks, gift shop, complimentary business centre and a cozy lobby with fireplace. All newly renovated, our rooms feature elegant furnishings and plenty of room to relax or work. High ceilings provide a spacious feel while windows that are easily opened allow gentle breezes in. These popular rooms are classic in feel but, with all the amenities that savvy travelers expect including crisp linens, HD TVs, complimentary coffee and teas (Keurig System), in-room safes, refrigerators and hi-speed wireless internet. Complimentary local calls, iron/board, hairdryer, i-home docking station/alarm clock, showers in most rooms (tubs on request).
3 nights
Toronto
Experience the largest full-service Courtyard by Marriott in the world, Courtyard Toronto Downtown. One of the great Toronto hotels downtown, we are near shopping, entertainment, businesses and subway transit. The Eaton Centre, Canada's premier Toronto shopping destination is minutes away and find some of Toronto's finest restaurants and entertainment on trendy Yonge Street. Fitness centre (open 24 hrs), indoor lap pool and whirlpool. On site bistro.
3 nights
Quebec City
Located in the heart of historic, culturally vibrant, gastronomic and romantic Old Québec, the unique 4-star European-style hotel extends a warm and friendly welcome in an inviting decor and spectacular surroundings that have been delighting visitors for centuries. The popularity of the Hotel Manoir Victoria began in the early 1830’s. Named Hotel Albion at the time, it was located on the East side of Côte du Palais, i.e. across the street from the actual hotel. At the time, the Albion hotel, owned by Thomas Payne, was the best in town and a room was charged $1.50 per night. Later, the hotel name changed for Stadacona. Benjamin Trudel, owner of another hotel in Québec, bought the Stadacona in 1895, refurbished the hotel and named it “Hotel Victoria”. The new Spa du Manoir offers expert body and esthetic care, an indoor pool, a sauna, a fitness centre, an Internet lounge as well as indoor parking with valet service. Room amenities include hairdryer, individual digital thermostat, color TV with cable and remote control, complimentary high speed internet access in all rooms, alarm clock, direct access telephone, minibar ($), ), iron and ironing boards.
2 nights
Montreal
This ideally located hotel, right in the heart of Montréal, is a downtown landmark offering easy access to historic, cultural and shopping attractions in the city. Guests travelling to Montreal love the hotel's location next to Chinatown and one block from Old Montréal's attractions and shops. Enjoy countless things to do in Montréal. The hotel has an indoor pool, indoor parking, a business centre, onsite restaurant and coin operated laundry facilities. The hotel provides complimentary high speed WiFi, hair dryer, coffee maker, iron and ironing board, mini-fridge, individual climate control and a daily newspaper.
2 nights
Ottawa
Lord Elgin Hotel is one of the most centrally located downtown Ottawa luxury hotels, just a stone’s throw away from the Rideau Canal, Confederation Park, and Parliament Hill. Stay with us and you’ll discover the most alluring and captivating parts of Ottawa, Canada’s beautiful capital city. Immerse yourself in vibrant festivals, museums, galleries, eclectic dining and a world of shops and boutiques. Lord Elgin’s extraordinary location puts bountiful delights within easy walking distance. Constructed in 1941, Lord Elgin is a piece of Ottawa’s history. Independent and thoroughly Canadian, this historic landmark is a leader among hotels in downtown Ottawa. The hotel features a whirlpool, sauna and exercise room; complimentary high speed internet, Starbucks, gift shop, complimentary business centre and a cozy lobby with fireplace. All newly renovated, our rooms feature elegant furnishings and plenty of room to relax or work. High ceilings provide a spacious feel while windows that are easily opened allow gentle breezes in. These popular rooms are classic in feel but, with all the amenities that savvy travelers expect including crisp linens, HD TVs, complimentary coffee and teas (Keurig System), in-room safes, refrigerators and hi-speed wireless internet. Complimentary local calls, iron/board, hairdryer, i-home docking station/alarm clock, showers in most rooms (tubs on request).
3 nights
Toronto
Experience the largest full-service Courtyard by Marriott in the world, Courtyard Toronto Downtown. One of the great Toronto hotels downtown, we are near shopping, entertainment, businesses and subway transit. The Eaton Centre, Canada's premier Toronto shopping destination is minutes away and find some of Toronto's finest restaurants and entertainment on trendy Yonge Street. Fitness centre (open 24 hrs), indoor lap pool and whirlpool. On site bistro.
3 nights
Quebec City
Located in the heart of historic, culturally vibrant, gastronomic and romantic Old Québec, the unique 4-star European-style hotel extends a warm and friendly welcome in an inviting decor and spectacular surroundings that have been delighting visitors for centuries. The popularity of the Hotel Manoir Victoria began in the early 1830’s. Named Hotel Albion at the time, it was located on the East side of Côte du Palais, i.e. across the street from the actual hotel. At the time, the Albion hotel, owned by Thomas Payne, was the best in town and a room was charged $1.50 per night. Later, the hotel name changed for Stadacona. Benjamin Trudel, owner of another hotel in Québec, bought the Stadacona in 1895, refurbished the hotel and named it “Hotel Victoria”. The new Spa du Manoir offers expert body and esthetic care, an indoor pool, a sauna, a fitness centre, an Internet lounge as well as indoor parking with valet service. Room amenities include hairdryer, individual digital thermostat, color TV with cable and remote control, complimentary high speed internet access in all rooms, alarm clock, direct access telephone, minibar ($), ), iron and ironing boards.
2 nights
Montreal
This ideally located hotel, right in the heart of Montréal, is a downtown landmark offering easy access to historic, cultural and shopping attractions in the city. Guests travelling to Montreal love the hotel's location next to Chinatown and one block from Old Montréal's attractions and shops. Enjoy countless things to do in Montréal. The hotel has an indoor pool, indoor parking, a business centre, onsite restaurant and coin operated laundry facilities. The hotel provides complimentary high speed WiFi, hair dryer, coffee maker, iron and ironing board, mini-fridge, individual climate control and a daily newspaper.
2 nights
Ottawa
Lord Elgin Hotel is one of the most centrally located downtown Ottawa luxury hotels, just a stone’s throw away from the Rideau Canal, Confederation Park, and Parliament Hill. Stay with us and you’ll discover the most alluring and captivating parts of Ottawa, Canada’s beautiful capital city. Immerse yourself in vibrant festivals, museums, galleries, eclectic dining and a world of shops and boutiques. Lord Elgin’s extraordinary location puts bountiful delights within easy walking distance. Constructed in 1941, Lord Elgin is a piece of Ottawa’s history. Independent and thoroughly Canadian, this historic landmark is a leader among hotels in downtown Ottawa. The hotel features a whirlpool, sauna and exercise room; complimentary high speed internet, Starbucks, gift shop, complimentary business centre and a cozy lobby with fireplace. All newly renovated, our rooms feature elegant furnishings and plenty of room to relax or work. High ceilings provide a spacious feel while windows that are easily opened allow gentle breezes in. These popular rooms are classic in feel but, with all the amenities that savvy travelers expect including crisp linens, HD TVs, complimentary coffee and teas (Keurig System), in-room safes, refrigerators and hi-speed wireless internet. Complimentary local calls, iron/board, hairdryer, i-home docking station/alarm clock, showers in most rooms (tubs on request).
3 nights
Toronto
Experience the largest full-service Courtyard by Marriott in the world, Courtyard Toronto Downtown. One of the great Toronto hotels downtown, we are near shopping, entertainment, businesses and subway transit. The Eaton Centre, Canada's premier Toronto shopping destination is minutes away and find some of Toronto's finest restaurants and entertainment on trendy Yonge Street. Fitness centre (open 24 hrs), indoor lap pool and whirlpool. On site bistro.
3 nights
Quebec City
Located in the heart of historic, culturally vibrant, gastronomic and romantic Old Québec, the unique 4-star European-style hotel extends a warm and friendly welcome in an inviting decor and spectacular surroundings that have been delighting visitors for centuries. The popularity of the Hotel Manoir Victoria began in the early 1830’s. Named Hotel Albion at the time, it was located on the East side of Côte du Palais, i.e. across the street from the actual hotel. At the time, the Albion hotel, owned by Thomas Payne, was the best in town and a room was charged $1.50 per night. Later, the hotel name changed for Stadacona. Benjamin Trudel, owner of another hotel in Québec, bought the Stadacona in 1895, refurbished the hotel and named it “Hotel Victoria”. The new Spa du Manoir offers expert body and esthetic care, an indoor pool, a sauna, a fitness centre, an Internet lounge as well as indoor parking with valet service. Room amenities include hairdryer, individual digital thermostat, color TV with cable and remote control, complimentary high speed internet access in all rooms, alarm clock, direct access telephone, minibar ($), ), iron and ironing boards.
2 nights
Montreal
This ideally located hotel, right in the heart of Montréal, is a downtown landmark offering easy access to historic, cultural and shopping attractions in the city. Guests travelling to Montreal love the hotel's location next to Chinatown and one block from Old Montréal's attractions and shops. Enjoy countless things to do in Montréal. The hotel has an indoor pool, indoor parking, a business centre, onsite restaurant and coin operated laundry facilities. The hotel provides complimentary high speed WiFi, hair dryer, coffee maker, iron and ironing board, mini-fridge, individual climate control and a daily newspaper.
2 nights
Ottawa
Lord Elgin Hotel is one of the most centrally located downtown Ottawa luxury hotels, just a stone’s throw away from the Rideau Canal, Confederation Park, and Parliament Hill. Stay with us and you’ll discover the most alluring and captivating parts of Ottawa, Canada’s beautiful capital city. Immerse yourself in vibrant festivals, museums, galleries, eclectic dining and a world of shops and boutiques. Lord Elgin’s extraordinary location puts bountiful delights within easy walking distance. Constructed in 1941, Lord Elgin is a piece of Ottawa’s history. Independent and thoroughly Canadian, this historic landmark is a leader among hotels in downtown Ottawa. The hotel features a whirlpool, sauna and exercise room; complimentary high speed internet, Starbucks, gift shop, complimentary business centre and a cozy lobby with fireplace. All newly renovated, our rooms feature elegant furnishings and plenty of room to relax or work. High ceilings provide a spacious feel while windows that are easily opened allow gentle breezes in. These popular rooms are classic in feel but, with all the amenities that savvy travelers expect including crisp linens, HD TVs, complimentary coffee and teas (Keurig System), in-room safes, refrigerators and hi-speed wireless internet. Complimentary local calls, iron/board, hairdryer, i-home docking station/alarm clock, showers in most rooms (tubs on request).
3 nights
Toronto
Experience the largest full-service Courtyard by Marriott in the world, Courtyard Toronto Downtown. One of the great Toronto hotels downtown, we are near shopping, entertainment, businesses and subway transit. The Eaton Centre, Canada's premier Toronto shopping destination is minutes away and find some of Toronto's finest restaurants and entertainment on trendy Yonge Street. Fitness centre (open 24 hrs), indoor lap pool and whirlpool. On site bistro.
3 nights
Quebec City
Located in the heart of historic, culturally vibrant, gastronomic and romantic Old Québec, the unique 4-star European-style hotel extends a warm and friendly welcome in an inviting decor and spectacular surroundings that have been delighting visitors for centuries. The popularity of the Hotel Manoir Victoria began in the early 1830’s. Named Hotel Albion at the time, it was located on the East side of Côte du Palais, i.e. across the street from the actual hotel. At the time, the Albion hotel, owned by Thomas Payne, was the best in town and a room was charged $1.50 per night. Later, the hotel name changed for Stadacona. Benjamin Trudel, owner of another hotel in Québec, bought the Stadacona in 1895, refurbished the hotel and named it “Hotel Victoria”. The new Spa du Manoir offers expert body and esthetic care, an indoor pool, a sauna, a fitness centre, an Internet lounge as well as indoor parking with valet service. Room amenities include hairdryer, individual digital thermostat, color TV with cable and remote control, complimentary high speed internet access in all rooms, alarm clock, direct access telephone, minibar ($), ), iron and ironing boards.
2 nights
Montreal
This ideally located hotel, right in the heart of Montréal, is a downtown landmark offering easy access to historic, cultural and shopping attractions in the city. Guests travelling to Montreal love the hotel's location next to Chinatown and one block from Old Montréal's attractions and shops. Enjoy countless things to do in Montréal. The hotel has an indoor pool, indoor parking, a business centre, onsite restaurant and coin operated laundry facilities. The hotel provides complimentary high speed WiFi, hair dryer, coffee maker, iron and ironing board, mini-fridge, individual climate control and a daily newspaper.
2 nights
Ottawa
Lord Elgin Hotel is one of the most centrally located downtown Ottawa luxury hotels, just a stone’s throw away from the Rideau Canal, Confederation Park, and Parliament Hill. Stay with us and you’ll discover the most alluring and captivating parts of Ottawa, Canada’s beautiful capital city. Immerse yourself in vibrant festivals, museums, galleries, eclectic dining and a world of shops and boutiques. Lord Elgin’s extraordinary location puts bountiful delights within easy walking distance. Constructed in 1941, Lord Elgin is a piece of Ottawa’s history. Independent and thoroughly Canadian, this historic landmark is a leader among hotels in downtown Ottawa. The hotel features a whirlpool, sauna and exercise room; complimentary high speed internet, Starbucks, gift shop, complimentary business centre and a cozy lobby with fireplace. All newly renovated, our rooms feature elegant furnishings and plenty of room to relax or work. High ceilings provide a spacious feel while windows that are easily opened allow gentle breezes in. These popular rooms are classic in feel but, with all the amenities that savvy travelers expect including crisp linens, HD TVs, complimentary coffee and teas (Keurig System), in-room safes, refrigerators and hi-speed wireless internet. Complimentary local calls, iron/board, hairdryer, i-home docking station/alarm clock, showers in most rooms (tubs on request).
3 nights
Toronto
Experience the largest full-service Courtyard by Marriott in the world, Courtyard Toronto Downtown. One of the great Toronto hotels downtown, we are near shopping, entertainment, businesses and subway transit. The Eaton Centre, Canada's premier Toronto shopping destination is minutes away and find some of Toronto's finest restaurants and entertainment on trendy Yonge Street. Fitness centre (open 24 hrs), indoor lap pool and whirlpool. On site bistro.





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