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One King West Hotel & Residence - Toronto Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$125

One King West Hotel & Residence

1 King Street West, Toronto - Map
 
 
"GREAT hotel!"
I am so glad to book at this hotel! It was magnificent!
Snowbyjack from Houston, TX
This 51-story downtown Toronto hotel is connected via underground walkway to shops, restaurants, Eaton Centre, Union Station …More
The Fairmont Royal York - Toronto Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$160

The Fairmont Royal York

100 Front St West, Toronto - Map
 
 
"Everything great except for first impression"
Stayed for business at the convention center down the street.  When the car dropped me off from the airport with all my luggage I was excited to get into the hotel and go to sleep after a grueling day of flights.  The driver placed all my luggage on the front curb.  It was a Friday night and many people were walking around dressed up for the evening leaving and entering the hotel, I stood there disheveled with all my luggage waiting for a doorman or a bellman to greet me or at least acknowledge my presence.   There were 2 workers in sight, one I could see inside and another outside that literally walked right past me going back to the building.  Really?  he could have said "Hello, Welcome" or "I'll be with you shortly".  I'm not sure what he was doing, no one else was standing out there coming or going with their luggage.  I finally left my luggage at the curb to go find someone to help me.  I walked up to the main door where the bellman that walked by me was standing and said "excuse me, can I get some help with my luggage?"  He said, "oh, OK", went down and grabbed it and gave me a ticket, that was the extent of our conversation. Once I walked through the doors into the hotel and up the stairs, a man was the top of the stairs on his way out and saw me hauling my carry-on luggage and asked "Can I help you with that, do you have anymore luggage?"  I explained I did and no one was helping me and I had to track someone down to help.  He apologized for that, pointed me in the right direction for the registration desk and said a welcome and enjoy your stay.  The check in was pleasant. I heard the check-in conversation next to me, they were given a room that was just updated. I was hoping I would be given an updated room as well.  Just as good or better, they upgraded me to the Club level floor, not an updated room but great amenities with the lounge and all.  The room was nice but definitely could use an update.  The hotel is elegant and historical.  It is however under renovation so there is some scaffolding on the outside, construction going on and you do see some changes being made in the lobby area.  The Club lounge was very pleasant and it was great to have snacks and beverages available especially since I had no desire to go out and just wanted a quick bite and go to bed. It was also handy to have a concierge in the lounge as well. Comfortable bed and pillows, which was wonderful.  The free wifi included with the room was a plus as well.  Overall the staff were very nice and helpful, I was happy that it was just the initial arrival that was a big disappointment.  I expected more from this Fairmont as I would at any other higher rated hotel.in regards to a greeting upon arrival.  I have stayed at other Fairmont Hotels and have had positive experiences so it was definitely a big disappointment when I was standing there in the evening, curbside waiting for a greeting and help. Just goes to show you how important first impressions are! 
j12wow from Seattle, WA
Set in the dynamic business district, The Fairmont Royal York hotel, built in 1929, is across the street from Union Station …More
Eaton Chelsea, Toronto - Toronto Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$109

Eaton Chelsea, Toronto

33 Gerrard St W, Toronto - Map
 
 
"exceeded expectations"
This hotel was a big part of making our trip to Toronto a huge success! The best part of the hotel, when I booked it, was how family oriented it is, from the kid pool with awesome slide, to the teen room. However when we arrived we were all pleasantly surprised by the array of offerings outside of keeping the kiddos happy. The food and selection was wonderful and priced so I didn’t feel like we were paying more just for the convenience of eating at the hotel. The gelato was to die for and I applaud any place that has a selection of bulk candy for that late night craving! Even the overnight parking was reasonable, considering the other options not much closer were more for the same number of hours.
Traveller from Rochester, NY
Eaton Centre shopping, Queen's Park, and Toronto's thriving theater scene, with its famous Elgin Theatre, are all …More
Bond Place Hotel - Toronto Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
$111

Bond Place Hotel

65 Dundas St E, Toronto - Map
 
 
My friends and I were in Toronto for the 1st time for Caribana Aug 2-4, 2013. I liked the hotel! It has a great location...close to public transportation, shops, and restaurants. I found the staff to be very friendly and helpful as well. The rooms are not that big, but that was not a problem...we were in town for the festival and sites, not to stay in a hotel room. The 3 beds was also a plus!!! My friends and I plan to return next year for Caribana and I would have no problem staying at the Bond Place Hotel!
TALENETED10TH06 from Detroit, MI
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The Omni King Edward Hotel - Toronto Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$168

The Omni King Edward Hotel

37 King St E, Toronto - Map
 
 
"Takeover by omni hotels"
I bought this 2 months prior and hotel taken over by omni hotels,  they could not find reservation, took over 20 minutes to book into hotel,  upgraded room, with one room next to an joint room with a wedding party who were noisy due to celebration,  free Internet became a charge and valet parking doubled in price.  Room was nice but furniture in need of replacement
DawnBa from Deer Park, NY
Located in the business district, this regal Toronto hotel is 3 blocks from Eaton Centre's shops, 5 blocks from the Royal …More
Dunn House Bed and Breakfast - Toronto Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Dunn House Bed and Breakfast

208 Dunn Avenue, Toronto - Map
 
 
This bed & breakfast is located in Toronto (Little Portugal), close to Lamport Stadium, Medieval Times, and InterAccess …More
Hilton Toronto Airport Hotel & Suites - Mississauga Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hilton Toronto Airport Hotel & Suites

5875 Airport Road, Mississauga - Map
 
 
"Good accommodation near the airpot."
Good accommodation near the Toronto airport.  Odd back-to-back bed arrangement but reasonably roomy.  Didn't like the "pocket" door on the bathroom and the only real dining option is the rather pricey hotel dining room.  Service was good.
PapaK from Vancouver Island
Right by the terminals, Hilton Toronto Airport Hotel & Suites is within a 5-minute drive of the International Centre and the …More
Cambridge Suites Hotel - Toronto - Toronto Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$147

Cambridge Suites Hotel - Toronto

15 Richmond St E, Toronto - Map
 
 
This contemporary, all-suite Toronto hotel surrounded by entertainment and shopping at the Eaton Centre, is within 2 blocks …More
The Grand Hotel & Suites Toronto - Toronto Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$199

The Grand Hotel & Suites Toronto

225 Jarvis St, Toronto - Map
 
 
"Excellent loation and very clean"
The hoel is located very lose to the trolley and a couple of blocks from te subway so easy access to te entire city. The staff was ver friendly and breakfast was great. Will stay there again when in Toronto.
rsfan20136 from Toronto
This Toronto hotel is 3 blocks from Eaton Centre mall, 5 blocks from St Lawrence Market, a half-mile from the financial …More
Sheraton Gateway Hotel In Toronto International Airport - Mississauga Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Sheraton Gateway Hotel In Toronto International Airport

Terminal 3, Mississauga - Map
 
 
"Location is everything"
Had to catch an early, early flight and nothing compares with leaving your room and walking straight to the departures counters. Drinks and food were pricey but anything at the airport is... Definitely going to stay there again if I have an early flight out of YYZ.
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    Toronto, Ontario Hotel Guide

    Toronto is a large metropolitan area, well served by the hospitality industry. Finding a hotel to suit your needs while on vacation here can be a great experience. As is often the case, most of the historic hotels are located in the downtown district, close to the waterfront. This desirable destination supports a large selection of international brands equipped with extensive amenities.

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    Hotels near the airport, a 20-minute drive to the west, are convenient for early or late flights and are reasonably priced. Hotels located along the highways and expressways throughout the city are located at strategic junctions and places of interest, as well as in surrounding communities of Mississauga, Brampton, Markham, and Scarborough.

    Downtown Toronto hotels range from ultramodern high-rise giants to magnificently preserved structures from the 19th century. Prices downtown trend a bit higher than the surrounding areas, with more expensive rooms located near Bay Street financial district, the Annex shopping district, the Fashion District, and other close-in urban neighborhoods. Further from the waterfront and north of downtown, hotel prices are a bit lower, but amenities like pools, gyms, and internet connections still prevail.

    One of Toronto’s landmarks, the Fairmont Royal York Hotel, opened its doors in 1929. It has undergone several changes of ownership but has always been a hotel with a sterling reputation. Through additions, renovations, and setbacks, the Royal York continues to stand proudly today with the gleaming towers along the financial district skyline as the incredible hotel built, like its other monumental sisters, by the Canadian Pacific Railway. The hotel proudly continues tradition through afternoon tea in the Library Bar. It boasts a collection of features similar to nearly all of the big names in the neighborhood, including pool, spa, restaurants, designer bath amenities, and all of the necessary electronics.

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