Victoria’s Magnolia Hotel and Spa, a pet-friendly 4.5-star boutique hotel in the heart of the city, is listed in the Top 15 best hotels in Canada, according to a U.S. News & World report. (Magnolia Hotel & Spa Twitter)

Pet-friendly Victoria hotel in Top 15 Best Hotels in Canada

The Magnolia Hotel and Spa comes in at number 13

A local pet-friendly boutique hotel landed in the Top 15 Best Hotels in Canada, according to the latest annual ranking by U.S. News & World Report.

British Columbia boasts nine of the top 15, with five in Vancouver, one in Clayoquot Sound, one in Tofino, one in Whistler and the Magnolia in Victoria.

The rankings are based on an analysis of industry awards, hotel star ratings and user ratings.

1 – Rosewood Hotel Georgia: This 5-star 156-room hotel in Vancouver delivers on luxury.

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2 – Clayoquot Wilderness Resort: Twenty-five upscale tents make up this 4.5-star ‘glamping’ resort in Clayoquot Sound.

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3 – Wedgewood Hotel and Spa: This 5-star boutique hotel has 83 rooms just steps from the Robson Street high end shops in Vancouver.

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4- Ritz-Carlton Montreal: In the heart of downtown Montreal, this 5-star hotel has 129 rooms.

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5 – Fogo Island Inn: This one-of-a-kind, 5-star hotel has 29 rooms on offer on spectacular Fogo Island in Newfoundland.

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6 – Auberge Saint-Antoine: Quebec City’s Old Port hosts this 4.5-star boutique hotel with 95 rooms.

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7 – Fairmont Pacific Rim: A 5-star hotel with 367 rooms in downtown Vancouver.

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8 – The Ritz-Carlton Toronto: Located in the Financial District of Toronto, this 5-star hotel has 263 rooms.

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9 – Wickaninnish Inn: Guests at this 5-star hotel can enjoy the view overlooking an untamed strip of Pacific coast in Tofino. The inn has 75 rooms.

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10 – Shangri-La Hotel: A 5-star, 119-room hotel in Vancouver.

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11 – Four Seasons Resort and Residences: This 5-star, 291-room resort is nestled at the base of Blackcomb Mountain in Whistler.

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12 – Four Seasons Hotel Toronto: A 5-star hotel in Toronto with 259 rooms.

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13 – Magnolia Hotel and Spa: This 4.5-star, 64-room boutique hotel is in an enviable location in the heart of Victoria where guests are treated to a welcome gift of fruit and handmade chocolates. Pets welcome.

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14 – Loden Hotel: A modern 4.5-star hotel in Vancouver with 77 rooms.

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15 – The Hazelton Hotel: This 5-star hotel in Toronto offers 62 rooms and 15 luxury suites.

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