No matter what time of year you visit Canada, you can find something exciting and worth exploring. Whether you are shredding the snowy Canadian Rockies in the winter or strolling through one of the many alpine-themed villages, the northern beauty of Canada makes for a fabulous escape from reality. In Canada, timeshares provide fantastic vacation options at a much lower price than hotels while also providing spacious luxury accommodations. If you want to rent or buy a timeshare in Canada, you have come to the right place. Below we will highlight some of the best timeshares in British Columbia, Alberta, and Quebec.

Timeshare in British Columbia, Canada

WorldMark Sundance

WorldMark Sundance is the perfect Whistler timeshare to stay and relax at after a day of skiing, golfing, boating, or however you choose to spend your trip. Suites are available in one-bedroom and two-bedroom configurations, with fireplaces and fully-equipped kitchens. Not to mention, amenities include hot tubs, movie rentals, and equipment storage for skis and mountain bikes. This RCI Gold Crown facility is only a few blocks from the Whistler Creek mountain base and Creekside gondolas.

In addition to being one of the best ski resorts in the world, Whistler Blackcomb is North America’s largest ski resort. So, if you visit in the colder months, you must hit the slopes. During the warmer months, you can hike, bike, windsurf, play tennis, or explore Whistler Village’s shopping, nightlife, and restaurants.

Fairmont Vacation Villas at Mountainside

Located on the western side of the Canadian Rockies, Fairmont Vacation Villas at Mountainside is a vast recreational resort property perfect for visiting year-round. The Mountainside Vacation Villas, located on an elite golf course, offers 116 fully furnished one and two-bedroom villas that are private, comfortable, and have breathtaking views of the course or nearby mountains. It boasts two championship golf courses, tennis courts, three hot mineral pools, a clubhouse, child care, a fitness center, riding stables, and restaurants.

Right outside Invermere, this resort is in Fairmount Hot Springs, a charming little town. Even though it is small, it offers beautiful hot springs, restaurants, world-class skiing, and golf. Not to mention, the resort overlooks the Columbia River Valley, which is home to fabulous fishing and walking trails.

Timeshare in Alberta, Canada

Worldmark Canmore-Banff

Escape to the mountains when you stay at Worldmark Canmore-Banff. This resort is a picturesque wilderness retreat that offers luxurious studios and one- or two-bedroom accommodations nestled in Alberta’s Bow Valley. On-site, you can use the fitness center, swim in the outdoor heated pool, and cook in the barbecue area. In addition to the fabulous amenities, this Wyndham resort has an activities center that hosts different events each and every time you visit.

This resort puts you close to many fishing, canoeing, hiking, and all winter sports activities. So, there is no wrong season to explore the town of Canmore. Make sure to stroll through the beautiful small town and stop in for a meal or drink at the local pubs and restaurants.

Banff Rocky Mountain Resort

A spectacular mountain getaway awaits you at Banff Rocky Mountain Resort, which is surrounded by Canada’s oldest national park. The resort’s amenities include an indoor swimming pool, hot tubs, a fitness center, an Alpha Bistro restaurant, and a shuttle service to downtown Banff. Additionally, its condos and suites are spacious enough to accommodate your entire group. Located close to the action, this resort offers a great experience.

There is no better place for nature lovers to visit than Alberta’s wilderness. Not to mention, the towns of Banff and Lake Louise allow for an active yet relaxing vacation. When visiting this pristine area, three Canada ski resorts, mountain recreation, hot springs, and watersports are fun activities to partake in nearby.

Timeshare in Quebec, Canada

Auberge Du Lac Morency, Club Geopremier

A week getaway set among the woods surrounding Lake Morency allows a peaceful place to unwind and relax in the wilderness. If this sounds like your perfect vacation, look no further than Club Geopremier At Auberge Du Lac Morency. This alpine resort has a fitness center, game room, hot tubs, live entertainment, and even snowmobiles for rent during the winter. Not to mention, Wyndham is one of the best vacation clubs to own, so you know you are in good hands.

The site offers a number of summer activities, such as fishing, canoeing, paddleboarding, golf, horseback riding, and hiking trails. In winter, you can ski at St. Sauveur, located only 10 miles from the hotel, or snowmobile on the nearby trails. 

Club Privilege Du Mont-Tremblant

Each year, thousands of vacationers from around the world stay at the Club Privilege Du Mont-Tremblant, located in the heart of the old village of Mont-Tremblant. Its cultural heritage and stunning mountain scenery make any trip to Mont-Tremblant a unique and unforgettable experience. Guests can relax in their modern, fully-furnished accommodations that feature a fireplace and kitchen with a dishwasher and microwave. In addition, on-site amenities include an outdoor heated pool, private lake access, boats, and bicycles.

The Laurentians is a secluded area making this resort a lovely retreat. If you love to golf, you are in luck. This timeshare is an exclusive golf resort with six courses nearby. In addition, nearby in Mont-Tremblant, enjoy windsurfing, downhill skiing, horseback riding, dining, shopping, and live entertainment.

Buy or Rent a Timeshare in Canada

Now that you have learned about the best timeshares in Canada, you might be ready to take a leap and purchase a timeshare. When you buy a timeshare on the resale market, you can save thousands on resorts like the ones listed above. Or, if you aren’t ready to buy just yet, renting a timeshare is a great way to find a deal or try before you buy. Regardless we are here to help! Give us a call today at 1 (800) 610-2734, and we can assist you.

Author

Matti Pennington is a Baylor University graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism with an emphasis in Public Relations and a minor in Corporate Communication. She has expertise in feature writing, social media management, data analytics, graphic design and photography. Matti moved to Florida in May 2022 after living in Texas her whole life and enjoys traveling, spending time with her family and being with her friends.

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