Guests at a Holiday Inn® Toronto hotel should prepare for an exotic adventure. With two-thirds of Toronto's 4.5 million residents born and raised elsewhere, Canada's most cosmopolitan city is famed for its ethnic neighbourhoods. These include the intoxicating Kensington Market - a global shopping extravaganza - and the bustling Chinatown.
Our downtown Toronto hotels are handily located for all major attractions. It may no longer be the world's tallest building, but Toronto's CN Tower still boasts incomparable views. For the best view of the Great Lake waterfront, travel east on the Queen Street streetcar to the funky Beaches neighbourhood.
You also won't need to go far from your Holiday Inn Toronto hotel to find a great restaurant. With one of the largest Italian populations outside Italy, Italian food is a local speciality. The Little Italy area between Grace Street and Clinton Street is crammed with pasta joints and pizza parlours.
Children staying at a Holiday Inn Toronto hotel are in for a treat. Niagara Falls is an easy daytrip. Or take a ferry from Queen's Quay to the tree-lined Toronto Islands in Lake Ontario where you get a spectacular view of the city skyline.
And, as you'd expect from such a youthful, vibrant city, the nightlife is exhilarating. Toronto is the centre for Canada's performing arts and boasts a huge array of music venues and nightclubs. Stay at our Toronto hotels and you really will be spoilt for choice.