Sooke Harbour House makes Canada’s top 10

Top resorts in Canada are named and Sooke has one of them

The Sooke Harbour House has been named one of the top 10 resorts in Canada for 2014 in Travel+Leisure magazine.

The Sooke Harbour House scored 85.50 points. Frederique Philip, co-owner of the SHH said they are aiming to be first in 2017.

“Our small boutique hotels is among a lot of larger properties, it is strong competition,” said Philip.

 

The top resorts in order:

 

93.12 points Wickanninnish Inn, Tofino, BC

92.87 Four Seasons Resorts & Residences, Whistler, BC

92.36 Post Hotel & Spa, Lake Louise, Alberta

87.49 Fairmont Chateau, Lake Louise, Alberta

87.47 Rimrock Resoirt Hotel, Banff, Alberta

87.42 Fairmont Chateau, Whistler, BC

86.38 Prince opt Wales, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario

86.13 Pan Pacific Whistler Mountainside, BC

85.50 Sooke Harbour House, BC

10. 85.02 Fairmont Banff Springs, Alberta

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