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Escape Kit • A One-Night ($159) or Two-Night ($298) Stay for Two in a Deluxe Suite • Daily Breakfast For Two • Parking and Internet • Combine Vouchers to Stay Up to Six Nights The Destination Though Vancouver's total area spans less than 45 square miles, dozens of those miles are dedicated to hiking and biking trails that seem far removed from the urban core, from Stanley Park to the Strait of Georgia. But this coastal seaport is also one of the most densely populated metropolises in North America, serving as a cultural mecca with a vibrant arts scene, world-class restaurants, and cosmopolitan elegance. Still, this is the most laid-back city in an already laid-back country. It is, after all, the heart and soul of the Pacific Northwest. The Digs A gleaming glass-front hotel in the center of Vancouver's entertainment and sports districts, Rosedale on Robson gives guests prime access to the city. Boasting floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the skyline, your suite is outfitted with a king-size bed, a flat-screen TV, and a galley kitchen. On-site, you'll also find a heated indoor lap pool, a whirlpool, and a garden terrace. The Diversions Cool off with a beer at a pub in the nearby Gastown District, then grab a bite at Blue Water Café, boasting the largest selection of oysters in the city. This Yaletown restaurant just a few blocks from the hotel routinely tops best-of lists and serves only wild, sustainably sourced seafood. After dinner, catch an indie flick at the popular Vancity Theatre, or head to Rogers Arena for a Canucks game— both are just a few blocks from the hotel. During the day, walk the 5.5-mile seawall path that circles the 1,000-acre Stanley Park. You'll encounter dense forest, lakes, and lagoons frequented by all manner of wildlife, as well as several monuments, including a collection of totem poles.
Nestled amidst 86 acres of picture-perfect Muskoka wilderness, the Trillium Resort & Spa provides private cottage retreats in a serene adults-only atmosphere. Living it up in Muskoka Anchored within an untouched forest overlooking a private lake, Trillium Resort is the embodiment of Muskoka. Seven kilometres of hiking trails brace picturesque grounds where guests can enjoy the whole gamut of outdoor activities. Paddle around the serene lakefront on a canoe or kayak, grab a mountain bike to tackle the surrounding terrain, or dash around the tennis court before a quick soak in the hot tub. At day's end, drop by the Finnish Sauna or indulge at the spa with an aromatic facial or Swedish massage. Food with a side of view As part of the Trillium experience you'll dine in the property's original 1819 Muskoka lodge, feasting from a menu of fresh seasonal ingredients that suggest dishes like roasted wild salmon with a honey citrus glaze. Wake to restful mornings with a complimentary hot breakfast amid the magnificent arched windows of the dining room that frame the proximate lakefront. True cottage country living The best way to experience Muskoka is from the comfort of a private cottage retreat. All cottages are outfitted with a propane fireplace or wood burning stove, a crucial component of any true northern exposure, as well as wireless internet to ensure modern convenience amid the rustic magic of Muskoka
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