This East Coast wonder city is a must-visit, with attractions like the CN Tower and Eaton Centre helping to attract over 40 million visitors to Toronto each year.
The fact that there are direct flights to Toronto makes the city really accessible and the perfect destination for a city break. It’s also a great starting point for a Canadian adventure.
Fortunately there isn’t a shortage of places to stay as the City of Toronto website reports that there are more than 43,000 hotel rooms in the greater Toronto region! That means the city has the greatest selection of accommodation in Canada.
Take a look at all the hotels we have available in Toronto and book your favourite online or by phone:
With all these choices it can be a bit overwhelming. It is a great idea to get to know the different neighbourhoods so take a look at our map below to help you narrow down your options and find the perfect place to stay.
The city centre is the heart of the action. Here you can catch a Broadway-style show in its Entertainment District, go shopping on the world-famous Yonge Street corridor or enjoy the cultural events held at the Yonge-Dundas Square.
If you’re after a handy list of super-central hotels which are close to all the shopping and action, these are our top picks:
Comfort Inn Toronto City Centre – From £47pp
This hotel is the perfect budget choice and is just walking distance away from excellent shopping and restaurants.
Bond Place Hotel – From £42pp
A boutique hotel that is just minutes away from the Eaton Centre.
Ritz Carlton Toronto – From £110pp
The luxurious hotel has magnificent views across the city and in particular the impressive CN building and Lake Ontario. You can also enjoy food at the resident Italian and Mediterranean restaurants.
Hotel Le Germain Maple Leaf Square – From £97pp
This chic urban hotel is located in the heart of Toronto and is just minutes from the CN Tower and the waterfront.
Intercontinental Toronto Centre – From £75pp
A stylish, deluxe hotel that is in a great central location and is close to the city’s best attractions like the CN Tower and Ripley’s Aquarium.
Chelsea Hotel – From £61pp
Canada’s largest hotel is modern and glamorous and offers a great base in which to explore the city. The hotel is also part of a partner scheme offering discount entry into the likes of the Royal Ontario Museum and Ripley’s Aquarium.
Toronto Marriott City Centre – From £48pp
This luxurious hotel is located within the Rogers Centre stadium and is next to the CN Tower right in the centre of the city.
Pantages Hotel – From £70pp
Just a few minutes’ walks from Yonge Street and the Eaton shopping centre, this classy all-suite hotel is in a great central location.
Courtyard by Marriott – From £45pp
Located in a great central location, this hotel is in a great position for your Toronto stay.
Shangri-La Hotel – From £140pp
This luxury, 5-star hotel is in a central location and just a short walk away from lots of Toronto’s theatres, concert venues and Canada’s Walk of Fame.
Midtown is full of eclectic districts. Bloor-Yorkville is dotted with luxury boutiques, high-end spas and world-class restaurants, while colourful Koreatown is another popular area you can visit. There are lots of unmissable attractions with Casa Loma, the Royal Ontario Museum and Gardiner Museum all located in the neighbourhood.
If you want to stay somewhere that is not right in the centre but is still within easy walking distance to major attractions in Toronto, these hotels are ideal:
Four Seasons Hotel Toronto – From £167pp
This ultra-stylish, towering hotel offers superb city views and is located in the upmarket Bloor-Yorkville shopping district.
Park Hyatt Hotel – From £75pp
Located in the upscale district of Yorkville, the grand and elegant hotel is surrounded by designer stores and classy restaurants.
The birthplace of Toronto, Old Town is located centrally and here you can visit the historic St. Lawrence Market, considered one of the best food markets in the world, and the Distillery Historic District, an artsy enclave of galleries and cafes.
You can easily walk to the waterfront and city centre from here. Below we’ve listed our favourite places where you can stay in the neighbourhood:
Holiday Inn Express Downtown – From £80pp
The stylish hotel is in an ideal location for downtown shopping and is a great choice for your stay in Toronto.
Adelaide Hotel Toronto – From £117pp
This elegant hotel boasts plush and opulent accommodation as well as an indoor pool and well-equipped fitness suite. You can also enjoy a fine dining experience with all the trimmings.
Hilton Toronto – From £75pp
The deluxe and stylish Hilton Toronto is close to all the top attractions and shopping centres in the city. There’s indoor and outdoor rooftop pools at the hotel too!
Hotel Victoria – From £65pp
This historic boutique hotel is close to many of the city’s attractions and is just a short stroll away from the historic St Lawrence Market.
Omni King Edward Hotel – From £78pp
Being over a 100 years-old it is Toronto’s first luxury hotel and if you’re staying here you will be close-by to downtown Toronto’s attractions.
The Fairmont Royal York – From £76pp
This deluxe hotel is located in the heart of the city and offers visitors a 50ft long pool, spacious rooms, a spa and an amazing variety of eateries.
Waterfront & Toronto Islands
The waterfront is a walker’s paradise. Not only do you get stunning views of Lake Ontario, but there are lots of parks, shops, restaurants and a big arts and culture scene that you can enjoy.
From here you can hop on a ferry over to the famous Toronto Islands, where beaches and beautiful walking trails await you. There’s even the Centreville Theme Park complete with rides and petting zoo that families will adore. Here’s the best waterfront hotel you should stay at:
Radisson Admiral Toronto Harbourfront – From £54pp
This hotel is located in a lovely position on Toronto’s waterfront and it offers stunning views of the harbour and lake.
This hip, emerging community encompasses an array of neighbourhoods that can be explored over a few days.
These districts include Little India and Greektown and they offer lots of culinary adventure. You can also dive into The Beaches – an area of laidback boutiques, al fresco patio dining and Blue Flag swimming beaches. If you want to explore these districts, then we’ve recommended a hotel you can stay at:
Delta Hotels By Marriott Toronto East – From £43pp
This deluxe hotel is in a convenient location with good road connections into the centre of Toronto.
Westside is a trendy part of Toronto and is full of clubs, lounges, cafes, restaurants and the best bar scene in the city. It’s here you’ll find Queen St. West and West Street West, famous for their incredible shopping.
The neighbourhood is home to Little Portugal and, perhaps the best-known area, Chinatown. If you want to experience these districts, then below we’ve recommended one of the best hotels in the area.
Super 8 Hotel – From £46pp
This downtown hotel is located in the vibrant Chinatown district, making it the perfect base to explore the rest of the city.
Toronto Pearson International Airport/Etobicoke
If you want somewhere to stay after your flight to Toronto from the UK or are looking for accommodation the night before your flight from the city back to the UK, we’d recommend staying at these ideally located hotels:
Hilton Toronto Airport Hotel & Suites – From £53pp
Just minutes from the international airport and only 30 minutes from the city’s downtown attractions.
Hotel Carlingview – From £50pp
This classic hotel is only a few minutes away from the international airport and it even has a free shuttle service.
Holiday Inn – From £42pp
A stone’s throw away from the airport, this hotel is warm and welcoming and is perfect for anyone wanting to stay close to the airport before or after their flight.
Sheraton Gateway Hotel – From £52pp
This hotel is located within the airport and is connected by skywalk to Terminal 3 and is perfect for those of you flying to Toronto or back to the UK from Toronto Pearson International Airport.
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