ATLANTA — Seven Canadian hotel properties were awarded Five-Star ratings from Forbes Travel Guide’s 2020 Star Awards.
These hotels include:
- Fairmont Pacific Rim, Vancouver
- Four Seasons Hotel Toronto
- The Ritz-Carlton, Toronto
- Rosewood Hotel Georgia, Vancouver
- Shangri-La Hotel, Toronto
- Shangri-La Hotel, Vancouver
- Trump International Hotel & Tower Vancouver
Two Canadian hotel spas also achieved Five-Star ratings — The Spa by Ivanka Trump, Vancouver and The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Montreal.
These ratings were new recognitions for Shangri-La Hotel, Toronto; Shangri-La Hotel, Vancouver; The Spa by Ivanka Trump, Vancouver; and The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Montreal
“We’ve been committed to championing genuine Five-Star service for more than 60 years and this year’s winners, as always, exemplify the very highest standards in hospitality,” says Filip Boyen, CEO of Forbes Travel Guide. “It is difficult to earn a Forbes Travel Guiderating and all our Star-Rated winners have shown how incredibly deserving they are of their accolades by demonstrating sheer dedication in their passion for service. We congratulate them all.”
Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts received a record number of Five-Star recognitions for the fifth-consecutive year. The company received the most Five-Star ratings awarded to a hotel brand in a single year, encompassing 44 hotels, 10 spas and two restaurants.
In addition to Five-Star rated properties, a total of 13 Canadian Hotels and eight Canadian spas also received Four-Star ratings from the publication, including the Fairmont Waterfront, Vancouver, which received a new Four-Star rating for 2020.
A complete list of 2020 winners can be found at forbestravelguide.com.