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    Trump International Hotel & Tower Toronto

    Trump International Hotel & Tower Toronto

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    2 reviews
    Excellent! - 95% of guests recommend

    It's downtown, it's got a gym, and varied meeting spaces. Great place to stay in Toronto.

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    Park Hyatt Toronto

    Park Hyatt Toronto

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    Excellent! - 89% of guests recommend

    great service, great location!

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    DoubleTree by Hilton Toronto Airport

    DoubleTree by Hilton Toronto Airport

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    I stayed in this hotel last year while I attend my company's yearly convention across the road at the Toronto Convention Centre. This is definitely an airport area hotel in that there are not a lot of exciting places to party around. However, there a a few restaurants across the road along with Tim Horton's and a convenience store. The ...

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    Hyatt Regency Toronto

    Hyatt Regency Toronto

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    Good! - 79% of guests recommend

    Walking into the Hyatt Regency feels like you are entering a futuristic space pod designed by wealthy eccentric from the 90's. There are lots of angular clean lines, minimalist benches and furniture, mirrors, wide curving dark wood panels, all bathed in the glow of cool blue lighting. Oddly enough, I found the effect quite attractive! The futuristic approach continues in ...

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    One King West Hotel & Residence

    One King West Hotel & Residence

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    This hotel is absolutely gorgeous - a perfect fusion of old-world class and modern comfort. Built out of a turn-of-the-century bank, the lobby, basement and main event space all retain original details, such as sweeping marble staircases, grand chandeliers, and even a giant, metal vault. There's plenty of workspaces and places to relax on the main floor, and you definitely ...

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    The Sutton Place Hotel

    The Sutton Place Hotel

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    The ugly, flat, brown exterior of The Sutton Place alludes nothing to the posh, palatial beauty that awaits you once inside its doors. In every direction you see sweeping marble arches and plush brown and cream furniture in various English-style parlour rooms. The front desk is set within an amazing tiled mural of Canadian imagery and provincial coat-of-arms, and I ...

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    The Hazelton Hotel

    The Hazelton Hotel

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    Excellent! - 92% of guests recommend

    As Toronto's ONLY 5 star hotel, The Hazelton does EVERYTHING with class and refinement. I was impressed, almost to the point of being uncomfortable, and understand why it seems that only the most important and wealthy of VIP travelers stay at this exclusive place. The front lobby is stunningly decorated, with every piece of high-quality furniture arranged at perfect right ...

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    Centennial College Residence & Conference Center

    Centennial College Residence & Conference Center

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    Fair - 70% of guests recommend
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    Toronto Marriott Downtown Eaton Centre Hotel

    Toronto Marriott Downtown Eaton Centre Hotel

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    Very Good! - 83% of guests recommend

    Great option, centrally located, I highly recommend this property.

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    Baldwin Village Inn

    Baldwin Village Inn

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    Excellent! - 87% of guests recommend

    This little gem is on one of my favorite little streets in the city and is exactly what any bed and breakfast should be - painfully cute, homey, and staffed by a naturally hospitable owner! The location itself is fantastic, as Baldwin St. is filled with great restaurants choices and is also within walking distance to Chinatown, Kensington Market, and ...

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    The Suites At 1 King West Hotel Toronto

    The Suites At 1 King West Hotel Toronto

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    Nice. The views from the "Historic" rooms aren't as nice as the newer rooms, but they make up for it with high ceilings and a feeling of spaciousness. The location is excellent, and the experience very good overall. The lobby bar is a great waiting/people watching space, and the rooms all have the usual suite amenities - fridge, sink, etc.

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    Bond Place Hotel

    Bond Place Hotel

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    Good! - 75% of guests recommend

    The ugly, brown brick exterior of the Bond Place Hotel leads me to expect more of the same retro aesthetic inside, so I am pleasantly surprised to find that the interior has clearly been recently updated with modern blacks, reds and whites. The lobby is bustling, and service is a bit slow, but the calm brown and turquoise hallways and ...

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    Best Western Primrose Hotel Toronto Downtown

    Best Western Primrose Hotel Toronto Downtown

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    Fair - 74% of guests recommend

    The hotel is very well located, very clean and the staff was nice. On the second day of our stay, somehow the cleaning staff left our room uncleaned. I called the service desk to tell them, and they made sure we hadn't left a "do not disturb" sign, and we didn't . In the end, because I asked for a ...

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    Hotel Victoria

    Hotel Victoria

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    Very Good! - 80% of guests recommend

    This is a really cute and stylish boutique hotel right downtown, steps from Union Station and the charming St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood. Built over a 100 years ago, the hotel has a storied history and used to be a landmark on the Yonge Street strip. Now, it's overshadowed by the large towers flanking it on either side, but it's old-fashioned ...

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    InterContinental Toronto Centre

    InterContinental Toronto Centre

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    Excellent! - 86% of guests recommend

    Attached to the Metro Convention Centre, this hotel is big, bold and business-focused. No wonder it was chosen as the host site for the disastrous G20 meetings held in Toronto two years ago. The sleek, black lobby reminds me of an airport, and the people walking purposefully towards the many conference rooms add to the effect. The service staff are ...

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    Clarion Hotel & Suites Selby

    Clarion Hotel & Suites Selby

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    Fair - 71% of guests recommend

    The Clarion Hotel is located just east of downtown Toronto on Sherbourne St., and is fairly convenient (if you don't mind the somewhat sketchy neighbourhood) since it is across the street from Sherbourne subway station and a 2 minute drive from the highway. The hotel is actually an old mansion (Hemingway used to stay here!) and has a lot of ...

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    Radisson Plaza Hotel Admiral

    Radisson Plaza Hotel Admiral

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    For four months of the year, this hotel has the best location in the city, sitting literally right on top of the Harbourfront Centre, with views straight across to the Toronto Islands. In the summer, there's a continuous stream of cultural events right at its doorstep, including a Friday night market and weekend concerts. The interior of the hotel is ...

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    Comfort Hotel Airport North

    Comfort Hotel Airport North

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    Fair - 70% of guests recommend
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    Hôtel Le Germain Maple Leaf Square

    Hôtel Le Germain Maple Leaf Square

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    PHENOMENAL Boutique Hotel. The rooms from the entry level to the apartment suites are simply exquisite. The rooms are large, very tastefully appointed, with Canadian athletes hanging on the walls. 167 rooms, 8 floors, with the signature green apple in the hallways for guests to partake of. This location is within walking distance to The Rogers Centre, Maple Leaf Centre, ...

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Toronto Hotel Insider
Toronto is a city of limitless imagination. Found along the northwestern shore of Lake Ontario, it is the largest metropolis in Canada and one of the most important financial and political centers in the country. It also bears the distinction of being one of the most diverse cities in the world with a huge immigrant population -- half born outside Canada -- speaking more than 100 languages and dialects other than English and French at home. As a result, visitors to this cosmopolitan city will not only find world-class dining, shopping, art, architecture and entertainment opportunities, they will also discover an innovative community tremendously shaped by the unique multi-ethnic background of its contributing members. For dining alone one will find over 7,000 restaurants and a broad collection of markets throughout the city, reflecting the wide range of international cultures and tastes favored by Toronto's diverse population. A must-see for any visitor to Toronto is the CN Tower, the tallest free-standing structure in the Western Hemisphere and one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World. At 1,815 feet the CN Tower offers a unique birds-eye perspective of the city below and an opportunity to take in the smaller Toronto neighborhoods of unique character and ambiance that have increasingly attracted local and tourist interest in recent days. Well-known attractions such as the Eaton Center and massive downtown malls like PATH (which houses more than 1,200 shops over 16 miles in an underground concourse) have been a focal point for international shoppers over many years. More recently, the refurbished warehouses in the historic Distillery District have become a favorite stop for those looking to wander among some of the city's best galleries, restaurants and event spaces. High-end shoppers will head to trendy Queen Street West or the designer boutiques of Yorkville for a more swanky, intimate retail experience. Of course part of Toronto's charm is also in its outdoor recreational spaces. Ranked as one of the most livable cities in the world, residents and visitors both enjoy boardwalks and parks along the Lake Ontario waterfront while more than 8,000 hectors of greenspace across the city provides plenty more opportunity to get outside. Coming next, a 1,000 km bikeway to eventually connect it all!

Luxury Hotels in Toronto
There is no shortage of hotels in Toronto, Canada, particularly at the high-end of the market. Whether your preference is for small boutique hotels with a modern edge or for larger international luxury hotel brands with their familiar standards of service and elaborate amenities, there's plenty to choose from among Toronto hotels. The century's old King Edward Hotel was the first luxury hotel in Toronto and today remains a hallmark of modern elegance and historic charm. Here you'll find 301 beautifully appointed guestrooms and spacious suites complete with marble bathrooms and extravagant furnishings, plus 22,000 square feet of meeting space, including three ballrooms. Another historic Toronto landmark, the Fairmont Royal York Hotel, was originally billed as the tallest building in the British Commonwealth and built to set the standard of hospitality and opulence of its day. Today, the Royal York Hotel continues to epitomize gracious hospitality as one of the most luxurious hotels in Toronto, still showcasing many original features such as the hand-painted ceilings, travertine pillars, ornate furnishings and crystal chandeliers. One of the city's most exclusive contemporary hotels, the five star Hazelton Hotel Toronto, is found in the heart of Yorkville in downtown Toronto. Designed by Yabu Pushelberg to evoke the grandeur of 1940's Hollywood, the Hazelton Hotel Toronto offers guests a sophisticated mix of dazzling rooms, incredible art, top-notch amenities and gourmet cuisine. Hotel Le Germain Toronto is an urban oasis popular with high-end business travelers (note the putting green on the roof!). Similarly, the Grand Hotel & Suites Toronto is a great option for those who require high-end services but prefer something with a more intimate residential vibe. A distinctly youthful take on modern luxury can be found among the historic factory buildings of King West Village where the sleek Thompson Hotel Toronto, complete with an Underground club and the city's only rooftop lounge, makes its home next to the city's leading art galleries, tech startups and most trendy nightlife. The modern Drake Hotel Toronto provides yet another uncommon twist on the typical hotel experience. This high concept urban retreat refers to itself as a "Hotbed for Culture," offering guests a stylish mix of convenience, creature comforts and hip urban culture with spaces (such as their "Crash Pads," or guest rooms) each designed to have their own unique personality.

Mid-Range Hotels in Toronto
With a huge international population, dynamic arts scene and skyline full of high-rise banks, big ... read more
businesses and important governmental offices, it's no surprise Toronto houses a robust list of mid-range and business hotels that won't break the bank. Newly renovated downtown Toronto hotels like the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Toronto Downtown (formerly the Metropolitan Hotel Toronto) and the Bond Place Hotel offer quiet, stylish retreats within the vibrant heart of Toronto's busiest district. Guests will take comfort in contemporary living spaces and common spaces providing a wealth of amenities including on-site restaurants, meeting rooms, complimentary WiFi, fitness centers (and even an indoor swimming pool at the DoubleTree's Hotel Toronto Downtown). The 56-room boutique Hotel Victoria also underwent a complete rejuvenation with the passing of its recent centennial, updating the historic property with modern design elements and enhanced amenities to celebrate its continued success. Just steps away the chic and cozy Cosmopolitan
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