Expedia.ca has just released their 2nd annual list of friendliest places in Canada through the lens of visiting tourists staying in hotels.
According to Expedia.ca, “To create the second annual report of the friendliest towns in Canada, we took a look at hotel review data from 2017 and found the highest-rated service scores. These ratings indicate the most helpful, dutiful, and welcoming experiences across the country. Out of a list of over 750 destinations, the towns and communities were rated on at least 100 reviews and have an impressive four-star rating or higher.”
Niagara – on- the- Lake, Ontario took the coveted first place. Airdrie, Alberta came in second, and Tofino, BC came in third.
Sault Ste Marie is 9th on the list. Expedia.ca states the following in their review,
“Located on the banks of the St. Marys River, Sault Ste. Marie has always been known for its beauty and easy living. You’ll want to experience the good vibes for yourself.
Learn more about bushplane tradition when a friendly guide takes you on a tour of the Canadian Bushplane Heritage Center.
Speaking of tours, experience local art and style when you sign up for a guided tour of the Art Gallery of Algoma. You’ll see how the lovely area has influenced a wealth of artists.”
Other Ontario communities that made the list are, Huntsville, Vaughn, Peterborough, and Ottawa. Quebec City (QC) rounded out the list at #25.
Well done and congratulations to the hotel staff that play such an integral role in tourism to our fair city. Excellent.