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Villa in Whistler
Totem Chalet
Built around a huge totem pole, four-story Totem Chalet sits in alpine splendor on exclusive Blueberry Hill, one of the closest residential neighborhoods to Whistler Village. Sensational views across the village and the Whistler and Blackcomb mountains can be enjoyed from every floor thanks to oversized windows. Ideal for families and social events, this cozy home can comfortably host up to six guests and accommodation includes daily shuttles to and from the ski slopes.  Step inside this luxurious three-bedroom log home and you’ll immediately be struck by its warmth and comfort. Fashioned from natural wood, the curved walls make you feel like you’re in a giant treehouse with a carved totem pole standing sentinel at the center. The main floor is home to an inviting open-plan living room, dining room and kitchen. The top floor is dedicated to a magnificent master bedroom and its en-suite bathroom. Bedroom Two occupies the lower floor, alongside the media and games room, and you’ll find the third bedroom on the ground floor. If you like to keep up your fitness routine on vacation, you’ll love the home exercise room and there’s a private outdoor hot tub on the large balcony, perfect for soothing ski-heavy muscles. Vaulted ceilings and huge picture windows make the most of the daylight and natural stone floors are warmed by soft rugs underfoot. There are plenty of snug sitting areas for intimate conversations or just curling up with a book, and the cozy living room is a convivial gathering place where you can snuggle by the fireside. A fully stocked kitchen and mellow dining area with picturesque mountain views makes entertaining effortless and you can perch at the breakfast bar or cluster around the dining table with its custom built table, inlaid with a First Nation carving. A game of billiards and a movie in the media room is a lovely way to end the day. Your luxury chalet is just 3 km from the town of Whistler and access to the ski slopes. In warmer months, you’ll be impressed by the fantastic hiking/biking trails in your backyard. Vancouver International Airport is 135 km. Copyright © Luxury Retreats. All rights reserved. BEDROOM & BATHROOM • Bedroom 1 - Primary: King size bed, Ensuite bathroom with stand-alone shower and bathtub, Dressing area, Sitting area, Fireplace, Access to private patio • Bedroom 2: Queen size bed, Ensuite bathroom with shower and soaker tub, Sitting area • Bedroom 3: King size bed (two twin beds pushed together), Ensuite bathroom, Television FEATURES & AMENITIES • More under “What this place offers” below Included: • Daily in-resort shuttle service - 8am-6pm (November 16th to April 30th) • More under “What this place offers” below Extra Cost (advance notice may be required): • Activities and excursions • More under “Add-on services” below
$2,093 per night
Villa in Innisfil
Luxury Lake Simcoe Waterfront Cottage
Welcome to our lakefront vacation rental! Enjoy the full spectrum of morning golden hour colours in this premium waterfront villa on Lake Simcoe. This premium house on a private road is situated in a quiet neighbourhood, which offers a peaceful environment for time well spent with a group of friends or large family gatherings. This house is a unique east-facing spot surrounded by greenery and fresh air. It is minutes from happening Friday Harbour resort.
$1,858 per night
Chalet in Morin-Heights
Twin Peaks
An hour north of Montreal, this Jean Gagnier-designed chalet takes alpine living to new heights. From the sleek, charcoal façade to the airy, open-concept interior, every design detail has been carefully considered. Effortless ski-in-ski-out access means you’ll be hitting the slopes in no time. After dark, gather around the outdoor fire pit. A sunken hot tub is the perfect place to stargaze. Copyright © Luxury Retreats. All rights reserved.
$719 per night

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Villa in Whistler
Whistler Slopeside
$4,347 per night

All about Canada

Winter Vacations in Canada

Oh, Canada. Larger than the U.S.A but with roughly one tenth the population, there is plenty to see and do here, and plenty of room to do it. Urban metropolises like skyscraping Toronto, European-influenced Montreal, and oceanside Vancouver are its biggest draws for city people. But what really makes Canada breathtaking is its expanse, from the Rocky Mountains and Lake Louise to the iconic Niagara Falls.


Winter Wonderland


They don’t call it the Great White North for nothing; Canada earned its nickname because of snowy paradises like Whistler, British Columbia and Mont Tremblant, Quebec, making ski bums and frost-seekers warm with joy year after year. Some of the world’s best skiing is found in this winter wonderland thanks to mountainous terrain, cool winters, and heavy snowfall. Two of our favorite destinations are Whistler and Mont-Tremblant, internationally-renowned ski towns on either side of the country.


Ski Like an Olympian


A mainstay atop the rankings, the only thing higher than Whistler Blackcomb’s usual spot at the top of Canada’s Best Skiing lists is the peak of its towering, dust-powdered mountains. Whistler Blackcomb is the largest ski resort in North America at 8,171 acres. Try and conquer as many of its 200 world-class runs as you can! Your planning is made easy with our Whistler cabin rentals , many of which allow you to directly access the hill via ski-in-ski-out or a short walk. If you’re adventurous, you will definitely want to try heli-skiing: off-trail, downhill skiing accessed only by helicopter. British Columbia is the perfect region to try it – 90% of the world’s heli-skiing is found here. Good to know: Whistler hosted the 2010 Winter Olympics’ alpine skiing events and in doing so received millions of dollars in upgrades to make what was already a skier’s paradise even better.


Je Ne Sais Quoi


If Whistler is the west coast’s ski heaven, Mont-Tremblant is its equivalent to the east. Home to incredible runs thanks to its state-of-the-art snowmaking system, Tremblant’s charming ski town feel is hard to match and easy to love. Tremblant Village exudes an old-fashioned allure with modern amenities and is bustling all season long with tourists and locals alike. Our Mont-Tremblant chalet rentals are ideally situated; many offer direct access to Tremblant’s best runs while remaining close to the village. Mont-Tremblant’s highest peaks boast a breathtaking view of Quebec’s Laurentian mountains. With an average of 156 inches of snow per year and 96 trails, impeccable ski and snowboard conditions are inevitable all winter long. Practice your French before your vacation, but keep in mind that even if the town evokes old-world Europe, the locals - les Québecois - speak a dialect unique to the province with an accent that hardly resembles the French you may have heard in Paris or Provence.

Outdoor Travelers Vacations


Summers are warm across the country’s southern portion, and from there, rural meccas and small vacation villages with with luxury villas are not far away. Massive stretches of its land are dominated by forest, lakes, and tundra, while its national parks and waterfalls are just some of the many natural attractions that must be a part of any vacation to Canada, and in particular, Whistler and Mont Tremblant.


Summer Fun in the Sun


With Canada’s reputation as a winter wonderland in mind, don’t sleep on the idea of a summer vacation to the great land up north! Believe it or not, there’s more to Whistler and Mont Tremblant than skiing - much more. With warm summer climates and plenty of adventurous summer activities to do, each is also just a day-trip away from one of Canada’s major metropolitan cities.


Peaks and Valleys


Winter is Whistler’s main event, but its hilly nature lends itself to lots of summer fun - from mountain biking to rafting. While leaving Whistler won’t be easy, the beautiful city of Vancouver - the country’s third biggest city - is just an easy 90-minute drive away. A drive (or bike ride) through Stanley Park is a great place to see greenery, totem poles, and views of the city; a stroll on downtown Vancouver’s Robson Street is perfect for shopping and people-watching; and the swaying Capilano Suspension Bridge stretches 450 feet over a canyon and the Capilano River 230 feet below. Back in Whistler, you can take advantage of its peaks to find new perspectives. Hike the alpine trails of Whistler Blackcomb and experience its natural beauty from the top; bike the Valley Trail network’s 40 km of paved trail and boardwalk; or take on the 2010 Olympic bobsleigh ice track, even in summer.


Old-World Charm


Tremblant Village is brilliant all year round. In summertime, strolling its cobblestone streets can be magical, a throwback to a simpler time, with bright, multi-colored facades and red roofs. This quaint little Quebec ski town is just 90 minutes from Canada’s cultural capital, the euro-centric Montreal, making for a perfect day trip. You’ll want to visit Old Montreal for its horse-drawn carriages and rooftop terrace bars; Saint Catherine Street for world-class shopping and potential celeb-spotting; and Mount Royal for a glorious hike and a dreamy city view from the top. Quebec’s history and culture can be felt here as well as in Tremblant, where each season brings something unique. In spring, you’ll absolutely have to visit a Cabane a Sucre during maple season for a maple-infused meal, the likes of which you’ve never seen or tasted before. In summer, bring your golf clubs to challenge both Le Géant and Le Diable, each just a short drive from Tremblant Village.


Experience Luxury Villas in Canada


At the end of a long day on the slopes, you’d be hard-pressed to find a better way to relax than at a private slopeside villa. Cuddle up under a blanket, sink into the steaming hot tub, or cozy up to the warm fireplace at one of our spacious Whistler cabin rentals, with plenty of room to store your ski equipment. Many of our Mont Tremblant villas have direct access to the slopes and a free shuttle service to the village so you can take advantage of all its restaurants and shops. In true ski lodge fashion, you’ll be privy to hot tubs and fireplaces to warm up, and equipment rooms to heat your gear after a long day on the mountain.


In summer, take advantage of our lakeside Whistler cabin rentals, where you can explore the water in a kayak or canoe, or enjoy a cold drink on your private dock with a view of those beautiful BC mountains. If the lake isn’t your thing, choose a vacation rental nestled among the tall pine trees for optimal privacy and with plenty of lawn space, or high up in the mountains with a view of the town. Our Mont-Tremblant chalet rentals are primed for summer too; whether situated along the shores of one of the region’s many lakes, or with your own backyard swimming pool to cool down, your villa is a perfect spot for a hot summer vacation! Barbecue dinners are a must every night, and when the sun goes down, you’ll appreciate a private backyard fire pit where you can huddle up, roast marshmallows, and sing campfire songs.

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