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Cambridge Suites Hotel - Toronto - Toronto Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Cambridge Suites Hotel - Toronto

15 Richmond St E, Toronto - Map
"Comfortable and convenient "
Hotel nice. Like to spend night or 2 on our way to and from Canada. Every time, large events have also been there, which is fine, except smoking permitted at hotel entrance. So have to make your way thru 20-30 smokers just to check in. Smoke drifts into lobby. As asthmatic, it made me ill; had to use back entrance, where people also smoke, but there were fewer. Room was nice and clean, but it's hard when I need to use inhaler every time I enter and exit building.
A Traveller
This contemporary, all-suite Toronto hotel surrounded by entertainment and shopping at the Eaton Centre, is within 2 blocks …More
Town Inn Suites Toronto - Toronto Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

Town Inn Suites Toronto

620 Church St, Toronto - Map
"Great Home Away From Home!"
Stayed here last year and was delighted to see Daniel and Ruby behind the desk when I arrived! I was dropped off before noon with my luggage and was surprised and so very happy that they were able to accommodate my check in immediately.... They also upgraded my room to provide a washer/dryer! The renovation I experienced some of last year but the new exterior door and windows made the room soundproof in spite of construction nereby.. For the first time ever a hotel delivered a gift basket to my room! What a wonderful surprise! Certainly makes a guest feel special. The full kitchen makes a huge difference in having the comforts of home. There is a boutique supermarket on Boor St Longos, about a five minute walk from the hotel. Asparagus with hollandaise, veal marinara and a risotto asiago cake ready to warm up for $10.00. The subway at Bloor and Yonge St. is less than a ten minute walk. You couldn't ask for a better location near Yorkville, dept stores and Toronto·s finest shops. My stay could not have been better!
Traveller from Puerto Vallarta Mexico
Located in The Village, this aparthotel is within a 10-minute walk of Panasonic Theatre and Toronto Public Library …More
The Omni King Edward Hotel - Toronto Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

The Omni King Edward Hotel

37 King St E, Toronto - Map
"What a wonderful staff!"
I never write reviews, but I was so impressed by the staff at the King Edward I wanted to share this with others looking for a place to stay. The concierge was friendly and so helpful and Jake at the front desk helped us with our phone and did it with a smile. The gentleman at the door were friendly and helpful. We were always a little lost and everyone helped us find our way and I never felt that they were put out by our request. I stayed at 5 hotels during our trip and this was by far my favorite!
A Traveller
Located in the business district, this regal Toronto hotel is 3 blocks from Eaton Centre's shops, 5 blocks from the Royal …More
Le Germain Hotel Maple Leaf Square - Toronto Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Le Germain Hotel Maple Leaf Square

75 Bremner Blvd, Toronto - Map
"Best room ever"
We absolutely loved this modern room. While modern, it was very comfortable. Best bed, best linens, nespresso, jacks for any kind of media.
A Traveller
Located in Toronto Entertainment District, this romantic hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Ripley's Aquarium of Canada, Air …More
Royal Oak Inn - Toronto Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

Royal Oak Inn

376 Dundas St E, Toronto - Map
"Decent Hotel for a Good Price"
We chose to stay at the Royal Oak Inn because of how cheap it was, as well as its reasonably close distance to nearby destinations such as the Distillery District and Yonge-Dundas Square (a walk we made at least 5 times). The rooms are all you would expect and nothing more or less - its two beds, and a bathroom. Our room was on the third floor meaning that we had access to two of the dormers, the downside was one of them was in the shower and I hit my head on it several times (and im not even that tall: 5' 10"). Beds were tolerable, but not great. "Free continental breakfeast" was nothing to write home about: bananas, doughnuts, toast/waffles, and cereal. The MOST important thing any perspective guests need to know is where to park. take a left onto Dundas and drive until you hit Regent St. and look for blue "P" inscribbed in a circle, then take a left and the entrance to the underground parking lot is right there. The rates are fare and its a close walk to the hotel.
A Traveller
Located in Downtown Toronto, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Allan Gardens and Hockey Hall of Fame. Toronto Public …More
Stylish Condo by CN Tower - Toronto Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Stylish Condo by CN Tower

11 Brunel Court, Toronto - Map
Located in Downtown Toronto, this condo is within a 15-minute walk of Rogers Centre, CN Tower, and Canadian Broadcasting …More
Days Inn Toronto West Mississauga - Mississauga Hotels
Rating: 2.0 Stars

Days Inn Toronto West Mississauga

4635 Tomken Rd, Mississauga - Map
"Hotel Review"
The two receptionists I encountered were beyond wonderful. The hotel is in need of (or in the midst of) repair and updating. There was no elevator available, so they switched me to a room on the ground level. Great having free shuttle to and from the airport, plus free breakfast. I had an earlier departure, so the receptionist encouraged me to take something with me from the breakfast bar, even though it didn't open until a few more hours. I would go back there again, and I did feel it was very clean, but seemed old and damp
Traveller from Texas
Situated near the airport, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Iceland Arena, Playdium, and Centennial Park. Square One …More
The Waterside Inn - Mississauga Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

The Waterside Inn

15 Stavebank Rd S, Mississauga - Map
4.1 out of 5 (151 reviews)
Located in Port Credit, this eco-friendly hotel is 2 mi (3.3 km) from Jack Darling Memorial Park and 2.3 mi (3.7 km) from …More
Executive Hotel Cosmopolitan Toronto - Toronto Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Executive Hotel Cosmopolitan Toronto

8 Colborne Street, Toronto - Map
Great city. Great location. The Wine bar is awsome, don't miss it. I will definitely be returning.
brent76 from Arlington, VA, USA
At the intersection of Toronto's entertainment and financial districts, this boutique hotel is 3 blocks from Union Station …More
Ramada Plaza Toronto Downtown - Toronto Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Ramada Plaza Toronto Downtown

300 Jarvis Street, Toronto - Map
"Great for the price "
Everything that you would want in an upscale hotel. Close to Union Station and in the heart of Toronto, although far from the airport, and it's a $60 cab ride. If weather permits you can walk to a few tourist attractions. sorry I did make use of the sauna, and indoor swimming pool. I would definitely book this hotel again.
Traveller from White Plains, NY
A quarter-mile from Eaton Centre, this downtown Toronto high-rise is 2 blocks from Yonge Street.More

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    Oh, to travel the world. To be surrounded by the tantalizing murmur of foreign languages, to taste unfamiliar spices on the tongue, to take in with all the senses the many ways in which mankind can find joy and create community on this planet. As St. Augustine said, “The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only one page.” But if you have time for only one stop on your next vacation, don’t despair. Head to Toronto, Canada, where a microcosm of the world awaits. Not only is this a major center of Canadian art, music, and literature, but a multicultural hub as well. Foreign cultures thrive in its streets, with their own communities, restaurants, markets, and festivals open to anyone wishing to explore. With more than half of its residents born outside of Canada, Toronto is home to 200 ethnic groups speaking more than 140 distinct languages. Deciding where to stay in Toronto is like selecting from the best the world has to offer. Outside the door of some of the top hotels in Toronto, you can see the best museums in the country, breathtaking parklands, the scent of Italian home cooking, or the sound of scintillating jazz. Whatever your pleasure, Toronto serves it up with that unique Canadian grace.

    Best Places to Stay in Toronto

    Name a flavor, name a neighborhood, name a world you want to be in and you can find it in Toronto. There are so many fantastic Toronto hotels that it can be hard to narrow it down. To help, here are some of the best:

    • Chelsea Hotel, Toronto: When you’re ready to vacation, city-style, why not stay in the midst of the action? The Chelsea Hotel, Toronto is in the thick of the skyscrapers and offers a few of these amenities:
      • Pool and saunas: Head to the 27th floor and take a dip in the pool that looks out to the CN Tower and the metropolis in full swing below. There’s also a hot tub whirlpool and separate female and male saunas for extra privacy.
      • Playroom: If you brought the children with you on vacation, make a stop at the Kid Centre, which has bunnies and fish you can feed.
      • Food: Need a bite to eat before exploring the city? The hotel has four different food options, including a coffee bar, on-the-go market, outdoor garden club, and an upscale restaurant.
    • Courtyard by Marriott Downtown Toronto: It’s the largest full-service Courtyard in the world, so you can feel assured that all your wants and whims will be taken care of at the Courtyard by Marriott Downtown Toronto. Here are just a few of the perks that are offered:
      • Gym and pool: Give your body a workout at the 24-hour gym or the indoor lap pool.
      • Location: Located on Yonge Street, you’re already on the most popular avenue of the city. Take your time enjoying the pubs, boutiques, and restaurants along the row.
      • Local restaurant delivery: If you’d prefer to stay in your cozy hotel room, the Courtyard offers local restaurant dinner delivery.
    • The Grand Hotel and Suites Toronto: When you’re trying to figure out where to stay in Toronto, put The Grand Hotel and Suites Toronto on the top of the list. Elegant, luxurious, regal—such words barely cover it. Prepare yourself for the best:
      • Food: Prepare yourself for cuisine pretty enough for a magazine spread.
      • Spa: Treat yourself to the Grand Spa, which offers a hot stone massage you’ve more than earned. You can also sign up for a pedicure, facial, and manicure to feel extra pampered.
      • Panoramas and pools: Witness the grandeur of Toronto when you relax on the rooftop patio garden. Or, for views of a different kind, dip your toes into the neo-classical pool and admire the opulence on display.
    • The Fairmont Royal York: There’s something about nostalgia that feels so right when it comes to Toronto lodging. Perhaps that’s why the Fairmont Royal York is one of the most popular places to stay in the city. That and it is only a few minutes away from the CN Tower, Rogers Centre, and the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts. When you’re not busy gallivanting about town, however, relish in these luxuries:
      • Food: Eat dinner one of hotel’s award-winning restaurants just steps from your room.
      • Pool: Take a dip in the heated indoor pool that’s known just as much for the good swimming as it is for its pretty architecture.

    When you’re ready to experience Toronto for yourself, jump right in. With Travelocity’s deals on cheap hotels in Toronto, you can pick and choose the accommodations that fit your needs. Make this the vacation you’ve always wanted.

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