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Featured Toronto Hotels

A thriving city with 2.5 million city residents and 5 million people who call the greater metro area home, Toronto is a famously friendly, vibrant and multicultural metropolis with abundant charms, sitting on the northern shores of Lake Ontario. Even during the city’s especially chilly winter season a bustling vibe survives, so it’s always a good time to book a room in one of many inviting Toronto hotels.
Things to See
When you approach Toronto by plane, one of the first things you'll notice is a tall, slender building jutting dramatically into the sky: The CN Tower. 1,815 feet tall (about three times taller than Toronto's Space Needle), it is a must-see for those who love skyward heights. Visit one of the tower’s three restaurants (Le Café, Horizons and 360) for a delicious meal, and sign up for the heart-pounding EdgeWalk if you’re looking for something more adventurous. This guided tour takes you on an open-air, hands-free journey high above the streets of Toronto while attached via safety harness to an overhead rail.
Gather your family, hop a ferry and head to Toronto Islands and Centreville Amusement Park, which has roughly 30 attractions perfect for young children as well as the young-at-heart. Bring your camera; the islands offer spectacular skyline views and are great options for a relaxing picnic.
Eaton Centre, a mall with more than 200 retailers, has serious shopping bargains. Also visit the city's multiple Chinatowns, admire the accomplishments of iconic athletes at the Hockey Hall of Fame and travel back in
time at the Distillery Historic District. And don't be surprised if you make a few lifelong friends cheering on the Maple Leafs at the Air Canada Centre, or trying your first peameal bacon sandwich at St. Lawrence Market.
Hotels in Toronto
A host of new Toronto hotels have opened in recent years, maintaining an extremely welcoming environment for families. There are also quiet venues providing a serene atmosphere if you’re traveling for business or on a romantic getaway.
Where to Stay
Yonge Street is a surging and energetic scene where Eaton Centre and tons of other businesses are located. West Queen West is a hip, two-kilometer area known for shopping opportunities, and the Entertainment District is perfect for theater lovers—be sure to see a show at famed improve comedy venue The Second City if you stay there. Historic and charming, the Yorkville neighborhood has luxurious hotel and dining options. If a quiet, laid-back experience is your ultimate goal, seek hotels slightly outside Toronto's center, such as Roncesvalles Village or the area around St. Lawrence Market.
How to Get to Toronto
Toronto Pearson International Airport is about a 30-minute drive from downtown. If you’re traveling from elsewhere in Canada or the U.S. east coast, you may also consider Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport. The ninth busiest airport in the country, it is located on the Toronto Islands, within the city.

Latest Toronto Hotel Reviews

great stay
By Bert
Stayed here for a hockey tournament and the hotel is well kept , very comfortable, clean with an excellent staff that were always smiling and happy. [Less]
Comfortable place for family visit.
By jdc23
Our son was hosting a family get together over Christmas so we stayed at the Holiday Inn to get away from the clamor and to give his family a break from having to host us. A good clean quiet place [More] to stay, and a good breakfast the next morning. [Less]
My stay
By 2016GUEST1962
Excellent service, clean and good location. Everyone from front desk to morning staff friendly and helpful with any questions I may have had. Hotel very clean. Check in quick and efficient [Less]
upgrade the room
By melody0711
It is quiet comfortable stay, my friend celebrating her birthday. Thanks for all the complimentary amenity arranged for us. We will definitely stay there again. The only thing is, I think the room [More] looks a little bit old, it is time to upgrade the room. [Less]
Great Location
By Lvlchange
If you want the best location this is it! Great service 5/5 from check in to check out! Fast elevators. Quiet large rooms. Comfy beds! Large bathroom! Fantastic caring staff! [Less]
Great hotel
By Charlie
We've stayed here twice now for short trips to Toronto. It's close to restaurants, bars and the Air Canada centre for evening entertainment. And only a 15min walk to the Eaton centre and Queen street [More] for shopping, whilst overlooking the CN tower and aquarium for tourist attractions. The hotel has always been very accommodating, with big comfy rooms and excellent staff. [Less]
Cleanliness, comfortable bed
By Louis
The Hotel is up to standard but it's staff makes the difference. [Less]
Fantastic stay, great food and super kid friendly!
By travelcanada
If you need a place to stay in Yorkdale and you have small kids, this is the best place. It was amazing, we had such a great time, the kids sat on the balcony over looking the atrium, went swimming, [More] the food was great. Our room was clean, the beds and pillows were comfortable, the bathroom was clean. Our room service food was hot and delicious. One of the best meals in room service we have ever had, and, we have stayed at luxury hotels! And the staff - especially Nikki and Wendy - they helped us out. I was delayed at my appointment, and they made arrangements for my husband and kids to stay in the room so they could just relax waiting for me. They also exchanged my breakfast for lunch because I wasn't back in time to eat. That kindness is so important, it makes the world of difference. We will go back, even if it is just for the kids to swim and us to go shopping at Yorkdale Mall. I have nothing negative to say. [Less]
nice place
By doug
enjoyed my first visit at the yorkdale and have back 3 times and will be back again [Less]

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