Unique Hotels – Canada
Experience staying in a suspended spherical treehouse set among the tall trees of the west coast rainforest of Vancouver Island, Canada. These tree houses are meant for 16 years old and above only.
Featuring themed rooms, this hotel is connected to West Edmonton Mall, Galaxyland Amusement Park and a mini golf course. It offers a full-service restaurant and free parking.
Toronto’s historic Gladstone Hotel is at the heart of the city’s art and design district. This urban hotel offers 37 artist-designed guest rooms, all of which are unique in décor reflecting the feel and style of the property.
The hostel was originally the Carleton County Gaol, more commonly known as the Nicholas Street Gaol or Ottawa Jail. When the jail closed in 1972, Hostelling International purchased and converted the building, but left much of the structure intact, allowing guests to experience spending a night “in jail”. The top floor, which had served as the jail’s death row, has been restored to much of its original condition and daily tours are conducted.