Can anyone advise please? I'm looking at a couple of weeks holiday with my wife in Eastern Canada say end of September, perhaps flying from UK to Halifax, hotel-hopping westwards to say Toronto, then fly back. Budget not restricted. I've never been to Canada before and I don't much enjoy the tedium of flying.
I've seen the Relais & Chateaux suggestion on relaischateaux.com/en/… which would imply staying about 2 nights in each of 7 apparently rather comfortable hotels.
I've not done this "regional tour" sort of holiday before. Could anyone suggest is the Relais approach sensible; is it better to spend longer at fewer hotels; how does one best get around this part of the world - hire car, chauffeur, train, plane? Is it better to get an hotel chain to fix this sort of holiday or DIY on the net or use a travel agent (if so, whom)?
And who is good to fly with, UK to Canada? Even though it's outstandingly expensive compared with economy, is business or first worth the extra? Is it worth considering a transatlantic liner instead?
Thank you if you have any tips or suggestions.