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Where to Stay in Toronto

Most of Toronto’s major tourist attractions are all clustered throughout the downtown area. This makes it easy for visitors to stay at one hotel but still see all the attractions that this Canadian metropolis has to offer. If you want to experience the many diverse cultures that call Toronto home, search for a hotel near Kensington Market. This ethnically diverse neighborhood is home to many of the city’s best boutiques and cafes. It also is within walking distance to Little Italy and the city’s bustling Chinatown. Another great location is Dundas Square. This large public space will remind American travelers of the flashy glitz of New York’s Times Square. For those looking for more of a leisurely getaway, consider a stay out on one of the Toronto Islands. Located just off the mainland, these islands feature beautiful beaches that offer travelers breathtaking panoramic views.  

Toronto Hotel Tips

You don’t have to worry too much about location when searching for Toronto accommodations. Most hotels are centrally located, making it easy for tourists to see the city’s top attractions. Regardless of whether you’re in Old Town, Kensington Market or near Dundas Square, you’ll be sure to find some funky shops, classy restaurants and chic cafes.

Toronto’s peak season is from late April to early October when the weather tends to be on the warmer side. This is when the city comes alive with outdoor festivals and entertainment. Because of this, it may be more difficult to find the best discount rates. Your best bet is to book your hotel well in advance. Another option is to compare hotel prices for the off-season. Usually hotels will drop their prices significantly during the wintertime. Although outdoor activities may come to a halt during the coldest months, there are still many indoor entertainment options available.

Toronto Hotel Recommendations

Those looking to stay in one of Toronto’s best shopping districts should book a room at the Park Hyatt Toronto Hotel. Located in the trendy Yorkeville neighborhood just north of downtown, the luxurious Park Hyatt provides its guest with easy access to some of the area’s best attraction, including the Royal Ontario Museum and the Gardener Museum of Ceramic Art. Walk a few blocks and browse the Hazelton Lanes Shopping Centre, a large shopping complex that features an array of specialty boutiques and top designer brands.

If you want to be at the center of Toronto’s nightlife, stay in the Entertainment District’s Soho Metropolitan Hotel. This four-star luxury hotel offers guests the finest in European style and comfort. Enjoy your marble-tiled bathroom, complete with heated floors and a soaker tub. Dine at the hotel’s gourmet Senses Bakery and Restaurant or grab a drink at the chic Senses Bar. For a night out, see a show at one of the area’s many theaters or catch a concert at The Opera House, a12,000-square foot musical venue. 

For those looking for a good hotel deal, search for rooms at the Gladstone Hotel. Located west of downtown in the Queen West district, this off-the-beaten-path accommodation provides guests with uniquely styled rooms in a bohemian setting. Eat a hearty brunch at the onsite Gladstone Café or listen to live entertainment while sipping on a cocktail at Melody Bar.

Toronto Transportation

Toronto has a very robust public transportation system that is third only to that of New York City’s and Mexico City’s. Its rapid transit system consists of a subway and elevated railways.  The system features four lines, which transport commuters throughout the Toronto area. After your Toronto fight lands, you can take one of four bus lines from the airport into the city.

If you’re planning on spending your time in Toronto downtown, you probably won’t need a car. Downtown streets can get congested, making subways the optimal mode of transit. For those trips where you’d rather take a car, have your hotel flag a cab.

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