Invermere in top 40 ‘coziest’ cities in Canada

According to expedia.ca, Invemere ranks in in top 100 list for Canada’s coziest destinations

According to expedia.ca, Invermere is on the top 100 coziest communities in Canada. The rating is based on expedia.ca hotel data. Each location chosen has at leats 100 reviews, with a comfort score of 3.5 stars or higher. A cozy city, writes Expedia, is” a place with attractions that provide warmth, relaxation, and community. It’s a city with a welcoming hotel at the end of the night. It’s a town that says, “You’re family here.””

Invermere was 33rd on the list.

Sample reviews on expedia.ca recently:

Copper Point Resort: “the place to go for a complete weekend getaway to feel a bit off the grid from the busy city life”

The Kanata: “Extremely friendly staff, comfortable rooms, AMAZING portabelo veggies burger at the restaurant”

Best Western: “Comfy bed, super friendly and helpful staff, great location:)”

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