Hit the slopes or hit the cities – up to 20 percent off in Canada

Hit the slopes or hit the cities – up to 20 percent off in Canada

Canada is by size, the largest country in North America, second in the world overall (behind only Russia). Renowned worldwide for its vast, untouched landscape, its unique and tolerant blend of cultures and amazing history, Canada is one of the world’s most prosperous countries and a major tourist destination worldwide. This week we look at Banff, Vancouver and Toronto

Banff – spectacular scenery with minimal effort; party central with clubs, tours and activities. Easy access to Norquay, Sunshine, and Lake Louise

roomsMXL has 36 hotels in the Banff skiing region

Toronto – The biggest city in Canada – with  over 8.5 million residents, approximately a quarter of Canada’s entire population, which grew out of a backwoods English trading post established as York in 1793.

roomsXML has 176 hotels in Toronto

Vancouver – is the largest metropolitan area in Western Canada. Located at the southwestern corner of the coastal province of British Columbia, it is well known for its majestic natural beauty, as it is nestled between the Coast Mountains and the Pacific Ocean. It is frequently ranked as one of the “best cities to live in.

roomsXML has 114 hotels in the Vancouver region

roomsXML has over 96,000 properties worldwide . If you are unsure about which property to book, always check for the ‘Preferred’ logo next to the hotel; that means its been recommended by other Travel Agents.

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One thought on “ Hit the slopes or hit the cities – up to 20 percent off in Canada

  1. % off sales are so meaningless these days for airlines, hotels, even some retailers off hard goods, as there is no one price for almost anything anymore. Maybe a was $x, now $y might be a bit more meaningful. Just read of lift tickets for next ski season in Colorado, where prices were 96.5% off ticket window prices & they gave the example & yes, in fact they were 96.5% off the ticket window price, which some people actually pay, but don't know anyone from OZ, who ever pays the ticket window price. Normally people would buy a lift ticket matching the length of their stay, eg. 9 or 10 day lift pass if staying 10 nights, which is obviously a lot cheaper, than buying 9 or 10, one day passes at the ticket window at the resort.

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