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Hotels.com Hotel Price Index™ 2017
  • What did people spend in Canada?

Top 50 domestic destinations for Canadians staying in Canada
Montreal

Canada celebrated its 150th anniversary, Montreal celebrated its 375th birthday.

Domestic travellers found that prices paid rose in more than 40 of the Top 50 most popular destinations, but across the country as a whole, Canadians paid just 2% more in 2017.

Toronto, the most popular destination in 2017, with two-thirds of its record 43 million visitors domestic, and Montreal, who celebrated its 375th birthday, both saw an increase of 8 %

The highest averages overall were seen up in the mountain resorts of Whistler, Mont Tremblant and Banff, and, together with Vancouver and Canmore, they were the only destinations in the Top 50 with averages over $200 a night.

Regina, Saskatoon and Red Deer were the only destinations where domestic travellers could have found better value than in 2016 but the decreases were all less than 10%. Red Deer, with its fall of 1% was the best value at $110 a night.

Richmond and Halifax had the highest price rises for domestic Canadian travellers, but both were under 15%.

Niagara Falls enjoyed a busy year from both domestic and international markets but its average only rose by 4%.

  • Most popular domestic destination: Toronto
  • Largest average price increase: Halifax at +14%
  • Largest average price drop: Saskatoon at -6%

 

 

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Average nightly hotel prices paid by Canadian travellers in their 20 most popular domestic destinations in 2017
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Average prices paid per night by Canadian travellers in selected Canadian destinations in 2017 compared with 2016
International travellers’ Top 50 Canadian destinations
Toronto

Inbound visitors paid more in almost 80% of their favourite 50 Canadian destinations in 2017 – Toronto the most popular, followed by Vancouver and Montreal

HPI data shows that international travellers in general pay more for their accommodation than local guests and this was certainly true for Canada in 2017 where the average difference was $16 a night.

Whistler and Lake Louise had joint highest overall prices in the Top 50 and, together with Mont Tremblant, were the only destinations where international travellers paid more than $300 a night. Lake Louise also had the 2nd highest average rise of 15%, behind Hinton, which saw a rise of 23%.

The biggest fall in average price was felt in Saskatchewan, where Saskatoon fell 8%, only beaten by Regina that felt an 11% drop in price.

Lethbridge in Alberta was the best value destination for international visitors to Canada with an average of $116 a night.

  • Most popular destination for international visitors: Toronto
  • Largest average price increase: Hinton at +23%
  • Largest average price drop: Regina at -11%

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Average nightly hotel prices paid in the 20 most popular destinations for visitors to Canada in 2017
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Average prices paid per night by international travellers in selected Canadian destinations in 2017 compared with 2016
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