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The Top 10 Resorts In Canada Have Been Revealed & They Give Off The Most Relaxing Vibes

If you're in need of a getaway (aren't we all?), you should check out these top-rated Canadian resorts that'll give you some serious rest and relaxation.

Condé Nast Traveler has released a list of their readers' choice rankings of the top resorts across the country, and honestly, it'll probably inspire you to pack your bags.

From mountain getaways to spa retreats, here's a look at some of Canada's finest resort properties.

1. Fairmont Chateau Whistler

Address: Whistler, BC

Why You Need To Go: From the location to the food and amenities, this resort is truly a clear winner. Taking home the number one spot on the list, this Whistler gem sits at the foot of North America's largest ski resort and is the perfect place for ski bums to unwind at the end of a long day hitting the slopes. It has more than 500 rooms and even an award-winning restaurant.

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2. Wickaninnish Inn

Address: Tofino, BC

Why You Need To Go: The Relais & Chateau property sits on Vancouver Island's west coast and boasts stunning views of an ancient rainforest and the sea. With a spa that features everything from private yoga classes to massage or reflexology treatments, the resort is the perfect place to unwind while taking in the most breathtaking views.

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3. Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge 

Address: Jasper, AB

Why You Need To Go: Located right in Jasper National park, this woodsy resort is perfect for a relaxing getaway. It features a village of heritage log cabins connected by picturesque paths, as well as 442 guest rooms. During your stay, while you're not out hiking, you can also sit back and enjoy views of the mountains and the emerald green Lac Beauvert.

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4. Nita Lake Lodge 

Address: Whistler, BC

Why You Need To Go: This fellow Whistler, B.C. resort is located in the village of Creekside, along the shores of a beautiful glacier-fed lake. It features oversized suites, a full-service organic spa, and an award-winning restaurant. It's also nestled just 500 meters away from the base of Whistler Mountain, so visitors can take a short walk or shuttle to get the ski on.

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5. Pan Pacific Whistler Mountainside 

Address: Whistler, BC

Why You Need To Go: Also located in Whistler, B.C. the Pan Pacific Whistler Mountainside sits right in the Village just steps away from the Whistler and Blackcomb Mountain gondolas. It features a heated outdoor pool and two hot tubs with incredible views.

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6. Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise 

Address: Lake Louise, AB

Why You Need To Go: Let us just say, The Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise in Alberta is absolutely stunning. It features breathtaking views of Lake Louise and the Canadian Rocky Mountains. The luxury resort located in Banff National Park is the perfect place for a walk around the lake before indulging in the more than 20 treatments the spa offers and a dip in the indoor pool.

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7. Brentwood Bay Resort & Spa

Address: Brentwood Bay, BC

Why You Need To Go: This resort is located just 20 minutes from downtown Victoria, B.C. and with ocean-front views, floor-to-ceiling windows and spa-like bathrooms in the resort's suites and villas, it's definitely a top choice to relax and unwind.

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8. Four Seasons Resort And Residences Whistler 

Address: Whistler, BC

Why You Need To Go: This cozy resort is nestled at the base of Blackcomb Mountain. It's connected to Whistler's pedestrian-only Upper Village, which is filled with lots of shops and restaurants. All the rooms have a fireplace and balcony, perfect for keeping warm after a long day exploring the area.

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9. Fairmount Tremblant 

Address: Mont-Tremblant, QC

Why You Need To Go: The Fairmount Tremblant is the perfect place for any ski-lover, as it boasts itself as a ski-in ski-out hotel. The resort features stunning views of the mountain, the pedestrian village, and the surrounding woodlands.

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10. Fairmont Banff Springs 

Address: Banff, AB

Why You Need To Go: Set right in the heart of the picturesque Banff National Park, this Alberta resort is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and we can totally tell just from the majestic building. It features mountain views and a spa complete with a mineral pool to soak in.

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