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Top honeymoon destinations in Canada

posted September 4, 2017

Top honeymoon destinations in Canada

Canada is one of the most picturesque countries in the world. With its quaint towns, charming cities and stunning natural beauty, it is a perfect destination for a honeymoon.

There are so many romantic escapes to be had in Canada. Even after the expense of a wedding you can still go on an affordable honeymoon to the country as there are lots of cheap flights to Canada available.

Here we guide you through some of the most romantic destinations across this beautiful land that you may consider for a honeymoon.

Niagara region

Niagara region

Niagara Falls is one of the most awe-inspiring destinations in the world and this natural wonder boasts a whole host of adrenaline-fueled activities, from Hornblower Niagara Cruises up to the face of the falls, and the unique Journey Behind the Falls tour. For even more adrenaline, try a helicopter ride or a white-water jet boat.

Happy couples can enjoy a range of other activities as well. The Falls are illuminated every evening and even during the winter months there are lightshows that light up the falls.

Distinct Occasions, who are planners of once-in-a-lifetime events, highly recommend the Niagara region as a honeymoon destination.

Crystal Adair-Benning from Distinct Occasions says, “Niagara Region is perfect for relaxing by a fireplace, indulging in the world’s best wines, gourmet food with world class chefs and truly breath-taking sunsets. Quaint villages or the bustling Niagara Falls itself leave this region a must-see for anyone who’s always been fascinated by the power of a waterfall.”

After visiting the waterfall you should head to Niagara-on-the-Lake, a unique town with stunning vistas and a heritage district to explore. You can use Niagara-on-the-Lake as a base to the Niagara Falls or the nearby wineries where you can try ice wine.

Romantic hotel to stay at

The Hilton Hotel & Suites Fallsview boasts spectacular views over the Falls themselves and for your honeymoon you can stay in studio rooms that come with a Jacuzzi. The Watermark rooftop restaurant is a Brazilian Steakhouse and on top of the delicious food you and your partner can enjoy a romantic meal with breath-taking views of the Falls and the surrounding area.

Annapolis Valley

Annapolis Valley

The Annapolis Valley is located along Nova Scotia’s Bay of Fundy and the valley, which runs from Digby to Windsor, is renowned for being one of the most important fruit growing areas in Canada and for its climatic conditions.

The area is now world renowned for the wine it produces as well as for its rich history as around 400 years ago early settlers built forts, villages and farms in the valley and the coast. The region’s beaches, attractions and outdoor activities are just some of the highlights you can enjoy.

Distinct Occasions’ Crystal Adair-Benning adds, “Annapolis Valley outside of Halifax is the most relaxed, heart-warmingly charming setting for a honeymoon to get away from it all. An up-and-coming wine region boasting East Coast hospitality, fresh seafood and ocean views across the vineyards, you’ll feel like you’ve been swept up into a novel boasting the world’s friendliest people.”

Romantic hotel to stay at

The Old Orchard Inn and Spa is great for a romantic getaway as it boasts three romantic parlour rooms with scenic views of the Bay of Fundy. You can also spoil yourself at the premier health spa resort with a massage, revitalising therapy or another rejuvenating treatment.

Québec City

Québec City

Québec Region, the tourism agency for Québec City and the surrounding area, says the charming city is a great place to go on a honeymoon with its European-inspired atmosphere and picture-perfect setting making it a truly romantic destination.

The city’s gourmet dining, beautiful churches, chic hotels and famed hospitality will make it a memorable trip.

According to Québec Region it is the perfect romantic destination and the tourism board adds, “Thanks to its European touch, Old Québec is the perfect romantic destination. The city and its surrounding areas also offer a host of stunning parks and gardens.”

Discussing Québec City’s advantages, Québec Region, says, “Romantic Québec City has the added advantage of being a wedding—and honeymoon—destination all in one! With its European charm, vibrant cultural scene, myriad activities, luxury hotels oozing with cachet, and endless opportunities for tête-à-tête gourmet dining, you and the love of your life will have so much to choose from. Québec City, one of Canada’s most beautiful cities!”

Couples can spend an evening at the opera, dine at a French restaurant or check out the city’s local vineyards.

Romantic hotel to stay at

As a grand castle hotel in the heart of Quebec, you will struggle to find a more romantic hotel than Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac.

The rooms are luxurious and elegant, there is a pool and Jacuzzi and there are fitness suites with steam rooms and a spa.



Banff is one of the world’s most incredible mountain destinations with easy access to wilderness and outdoor adventures. This is a great honeymoon destination because of the pure natural beauty that is on show, and couples that love the great outdoors will certainly want to come here.

Crystal Adair-Benning of Distinct Occasions and also the author of Wedding Planner Problems says, “Banff Mountains in Alberta is a breath-taking escape from the every day.

“World class accommodations, picturesque views, wildlife and adventure. This is an outdoor enthusiast’s dream honeymoon location. Whether winter skiing or summertime dips in the cold springs – you’ll adore this perfect place to rest up post-wedding.”

Romantic hotel to stay at

The Banff Ptarmigan Inn is a cosy hotel that is beautifully nestled in the stunning Rocky Mountains whilst still only being a few minutes’ walk from the centre of Banff.

With its own spa, indoor hot tubs, steam and sauna rooms as well as some of its rooms offering private balconies with spectacular views of the mountains, you and your partner can make it a lovely snug haven.

British Columbia

British Columbia

Rebecca Chan, owner and lead planner at Rebecca Chan Weddings and Events, highly recommends going on a honeymoon to British Columbia.

She says, “Canada is a beautiful place to explore on honeymoon!  Adventure seekers can venture to British Columbia. It offers mountains, water and a lot of activities for the outdoor enthusiast. Where else can you ski on the mountaintop and be on the beachfront, all within a couple of hours? ”

The Travelling Canucks suggest heading to Whistler in British Columbia as there are so many different activities couples can do.

The expert travel bloggers say, “We would recommend Whistler, BC.

“Why? It has something for everyone, regardless of the season. There are dozens of great restaurants and everything is within walking distance. You can have a day of skiing, snowshoeing or snowmobiling, followed by après drinks in a hot tub, followed by a fantastic meal. You can go snowshoeing in the wilderness followed by a spa treatment.

“It really has everything, and the mountains vistas are breath-taking.”

Romantic hotel to stay at

If you want to enjoy the warmth and charm of authentic alpine accommodation, then the Delta Whistler Village Suites are perfect for you.

The rooms are spacious, have balconies, full kitchens and there is even a health centre at the hotel, which includes a gym, sauna and a hot tub. The jewel in the crown is the outdoor heated swimming pool that is flanked by pine trees and boasts a stunning mountain backdrop.

Whitehorse, Yukon

Whitehorse, Yukon

Whitehorse is the capital city of the Yukon Territory and is a gateway for exploring the nearby Yukon River as well as the city being full of heritage and history. From here you can also visit the SS Klondike, a national historic site that was used on the Yukon River, and the various art museums located around the city.

Rebecca Chan, adds, “If you aren’t afraid of the cold, Whitehorse offers a more adventurous vacation full of ice fishing, skiing, snowshoeing and watching the Northern Lights.”

Romantic hotel to stay at

The Best Western Gold Rush Inn is in the perfect location being just a few minutes from the airport and close to the top local attractions. The hotel’s rooms are large and the suites offer you a relaxing Jacuzzi bath or a full kitchen with dining area. There is even an onsite day spa offering a range of treatments and a hair salon.

Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island


If you and your partner love a sense of community as well as romantic adventures, then Charlottetown is the place to come.

You can go on romantic strolls or bike rides along the Peake’s Wharf Historic Waterfront or check out a musical.

The restaurants in Charlottetown are famous and the area is now regarded as a foodie heaven. World famous lobster, shellfish, oysters, mussels and fish are all locally caught. Add to this the vegetables that are grown in the fields that make up the surrounding area’s rolling hills, as well as the beef and pork that comes from local farms, and it really is a dream for food lovers.

The restaurants in the town boast local menus and the eateries vary from pubs and cafes to fine dining restaurants and lunch counters.

Romantic hotel to stay at

The Rodd Hotel is a grand hotel and the two-room suites on the private fifth floor are perfect for honeymooners. There is an indoor pool and Jacuzzi in the hotel as well as a renowned restaurant with a delicious menu specialising in seafood and cuts of beef.

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