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Toronto Hotels

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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

By Bobbey
Enjoyed the ease of accessibility of the hotel. Cleanliness of the carpet on the room level was not uop to normal standard. Electrical outlet on lamp not working and had to move work table the access [More] the other outlet witch were already set like an octopus... [Less]
Comfortable bed and great service
By haystax
Excellent Stay. Noi issues. Good value for the cost. [Less]
Excellent place for a rest
By Agent_K
Close to the 401 but not excessively noisy. Close to shopping. Very clean and well run property. [Less]
Overall excellent, but there are some things everyone should be aware of..
By Johnjohnleprechaun
First, to get the negatives out of the way: The decor is dated, with the carpets looking like they have been there for a couple of decades. This is not a huge deal, obviously, but it does a [More] little something to detract from the overall appearance of cleanliness. The neighborhood is terrible. There is a salvation army building right across the street, and these fine, productive members of society were out on the street until all hours of the morning. They could often be heard shouting. When my associate went to the Petro Canada on the corner, he got asked for money three times and when he entered the gas station one of the vagrants asked him to buy something. OVERALL - excellent experience. The bed and linens were some of the cleanest I've ever seen in my life. I thoroughly check, (upwards of 30 minutes plus), the bed and room each time I go to a hotel, checking for hairs and bed bugs - there were none. My room was confirmed bed bug free, which is always a concern of mine. The efficiency of the staff was phenomenal at the front desk and at the continental breakfast. The area for the continental breakfast is relatively small for a hotel of this size, so it may be prudent to arrive early, which I did, (and was not met with any space problems). I would definitely stay at this location again. [Less]
Standard Room
By Dave 99
This is a well located hotel in Toronto. I found the hotel and room to be safe, clean and quiet.. King Street and Queen Street trolleys are close by. A day pass on the TTC makes city travel easy and [More] convenient. The Eaton Centre is only a few blocks away, yet the hotel is far from heavy traffic and noise on Yonge Strret. [Less]
great breakfast quiet room,good house keeping
By john macw
Good stay Good location for me,good service,quiet room,friendly ,staff [Less]
Excellent staff
By kylie11
All our needs were met. No issues with this hotel. [Less]
great hotel for airport
By grumpy kev
very nice hotel, close to bars and restaurants,nice rooms and a shuttle to the airport. [Less]
Short stay - Interrupted Flight Plans
By Lanna67
Because of flight delays, I stayed overnight. The front desk staff were very helpful and explained the shuttle and time frame to return to the airport to accommodate going through Customs. [More] Restaurant staff were quick, efficient and very pleasant - nice to meet someone so nice after all the hassles at the airport and with the shuttles - especially with only 15 minutes to closing time. Room was very clean, bed was comfy - lots of nice pillows. [Less]

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