Canadian hotel prices increased 5% in the first half of this year, a report from Hotels.com says.
The website's Hotel Price Index says the increase is in line with the rest of North America. Globally, prices rose 4%.
Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver were the most popular domestic cities for Canadians to visit. Hotel prices in Montreal and Vancouver rose 9% in the first six months of the year. The average price in Montreal was $168 per night, followed by $157 in Vancouver and $152 in Toronto.
When travelling at home, Canadians paid an average of $151 per night, an increase of 5% over the same period in 2013.
"Sports, cultural events and festivities such as World Pride brought people to Canada in the first half of the year with international travellers favouring Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal," Hotels.com North American vice-president Neha Parikh said in a press release.