Top Hotels in Toronto
As you plan a fabulous excursion, consider these guest favorites and stay near top attractions, charming neighborhoods, and delicious dining.
- The Fairmont Royal York: Enjoy the sights and attractions that are within easy reach of this luxury hotel in Old Toronto. Stay at this Fairmont just a few blocks from the waterfront and cultural venues, including the Toronto Symphony Orchestra and the Hockey Hall of Fame (yes, in Toronto, hockey is in an important part of the culture). Back in your room, indulge in 24-hour room service or step out for a soak in the indoor pool or spa tub.
- Chelsea Hotel, Toronto: With 1,590 guestrooms, The Chelsea is one of the biggest hotels in Toronto—and it has impressive downtown vistas on an equally grand scale. Enjoy the view from floor-to-ceiling windows or step outside and walk to local landmarks, like Canon Theatre and Yonge-Dundas Square. When hunger comes knocking, open the door for room service or enjoy a meal at one of the two in-house restaurants.
- The Westin Harbour Castle, Toronto: This shining skyscraper may not look like a castle, but after some pampering at the on-site spa you’ll feel like royalty. Stay in a gorgeous suite within walking distance to the waterfront, Jack Layton Ferry Terminal, and Air Canada Centre. Take a day trip out to nearby Ward Island and come back for dinner in one of the hotel’s two restaurants.
- Park Hyatt Toronto: In the busy neighborhood of Yorkville, this Hyatt keeps good company with luxury shopping venues, Victorian homes, and the laidback vibes of a university town. When you aren’t wandering through Queen’s Park, relax at the hotel spa and treat yourself to 24-hour room service in an elegant room.
Start your getaway in Toronto by going to the top of the 1,815-foot tall CN Tower to take in sweeping vistas of the city. After that, the city is yours to enjoy. Feed on the energy at Kensington Market, walk through the Victorian architecture of the Distillery District, and awaken your senses in Koreatown. The Toronto Eaton Centre and the Yorkville district both have great shopping. For exquisite scenery, pick up a rental car and make the trip to Niagara Falls, or stay closer to home base and explore the Toronto Botanical Garden or cruise around Toronto Harbour.
Whether you’re traveling solo or bringing the kids along on a family vacation in Toronto, be sure to check out the Royal Ontario Museum and the Art Gallery of Ontario for a closer look at the region’s history and creativity. You’ll find a reflection of Ontario’s international cultural fusion in collections of ancient artifacts and contemporary designs.
Festivals and Events
Whenever you're planning to abscond on a Toronto vacation, there's almost always going to be something happening in the city. Highlights include the WinterCity Festival in late January and the St. Patrick's Day Parade. June is especially busy, with vibrant events like the Toronto Jazz Festival, the Toronto International Dragon Boat Race Festival, and Pride Toronto. Join the Canadian National Exhibition in August and September, Toronto International Film Festival in September, or round out the year at the Canadian Aboriginal Festival in November.
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Accommodation in Toronto
The province capital of Ontario has 415 accommodations that you can secure via Travelocity's Toronto hotels page.
The Ritz-Carlton, Toronto, at 181 Wellington St W, or the Four Seasons Hotel Toronto, at 60 Yorkville Avenue, are teeming with elegance and luxury. On the other hand, the Hazelton Hotel Toronto or the Windsor Arms Hotel might be more appropriate right now.
CN Tower is a much-loved Toronto destination. If you want to save time and stay nearby the site, the Trump International Hotel & Tower Toronto is just 0.6 miles (1 kilometer) away, and the Le Germain Hotel Maple Leaf Square is 0.3 miles (0.5 kilometers) away.