Fun Destinations For Dad This Father’s Day.

Happy Father’s Day to all dads (and moms who take on both roles!). It’s always nice to show your parents how much you love them and that you appreciate everything they do for you. I thought it would be a good idea to include a few fun destinations for you to take dad to this father’s day. I am sure you agree, it’s the moments we experience with people that matter the most. There are so many great experiences that you can hold onto your entire life. Which is why I think rather than the usual gift-giving maybe you can take your dad somewhere special where you can experience something new together and create new memories.

Below are a few great destinations that I think your dad will love! All of the below destinations have been reviewed by guests. We want you and your dad to have the best experience and nothing beats a review from someone who has been there and enjoyed it. All hotels listed below are gold winners of the prestigious Hotels.com™ Loved by Guests Awards 2016.



Trump International Tower and Hotel

A Blue Jays game at Rogers Center in Toronto, is always a good idea and I am sure dad will agree. Since you’re downtown having fun staying in a major-league hotel is a great way to complete the whole experience. Check in to the Trump International Tower and Hotel. It’s a lavish, five-star hotel that offers exceptional service and rooms with a view. Rooms available from $311 per night. **

Guest Review Rating: 4.8/5 on Hotels.com



Hampton Inn Sydney Nova Scotia

Canada has some spectacular golf courses. It’s no secret that some of the best courses can be found in Cape Breton in Nova Scotia including Cabot Links in Inverness. It’s considered by many to be the best in the country which is no surprise for an area that so closely resembles golf’s birthplace of Scotland that they named the province New Scotland. Stay in Cape Breton’s biggest city, Sydney, at the Hampton Inn, a gold winner of Hotels.com’s Loved by Guests Awards. Rooms available from $117 per night

Guest Review Rating: 4.7/5 on Hotels.com



Four Seasons Resort Whistler

If your father loves the outdoors, he might like to do something a little more adventurous…maybe a bit of mountain biking?!  There’s no better place to bike than among the Rocky Mountains, the most beautiful in Canada. Take him to the Whistler Mountain Bike Park where he can get a few lessons from the best in the business. Soothe your sore muscles afterwards at the spa at the Four Seasons Resort in Whistler, a five-star establishment that is a favourite with guests. Rooms available from $297 per night.

Guest Review Rating: 4.7/5 on Hotels.com



Hotel Le St-James Montreal

When it comes to food, there’s no better place in Canada to indulge yourself than Montreal. Only New York City has more restaurants per capita than Quebec’s largest city. Take your father to one of the city’s many eateries that run the gamut of styles from smoked meat and poutine to the finest of French cuisine. To complete the treat, spend your time in one of the city’s most opulent boutique hotels, Le St-James in Old Montreal. Rooms available from $975 per night.

Guest Review Rating: 4.8/5 on Hotels.com



Homewood Suites By Hilton Winnipeg Airport-Polo Park, Winnipeg

Coursing through the heart of Winnipeg are the Assiniboine and the Red Rivers, both popular spots for urban anglers. Pickerels and walleyes are fish species commonly found here, but if you want to catch something bigger, hire a guide to take you out on the water to go after the massive channel catfish that lurk in these waters. After your day on the river, relax at the Homewood Suites by Hilton, a short drive from downtown. It’s known for exceptional service and comfort that earned it gold in the Hotels.com Loved by Guests Awards. Rooms available from $117 per night.

Guest Review Rating: 4.7/5 on Hotels.com


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