7. Fairmont Algonquin, St. Andrews, N.B.
How does this small Bay of Fundy town — population 1,798 — support the non-stop December festivities hosted by the Fairmont Algonquin? The luxurious Tudor-style hotel known as the "Castle by the Sea" is probably the most festive spot east of Quebec City, and all of the Maritimes seem to know it. There's a glittering Festival of Trees, a gingerbread house competition, carolling, skating, and celebratory meals galore. And outside of the holiday high season, winter guests can book three nights for the price of two (starting at $119 a night).
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