31 Best Hotels in Toronto, Ontario

Au Petit Paris

$$$$ | 3 Selby St., Toronto, ON, Canada

Au Petit Paris. A great alternative to big chain hotels in this area, this B&B is southeast of Yorkville, west of the Church Wellesley district, and north of the Dundas Square neighborhood. Vegetarian breakfasts, served on the rooftop (weather permitting) are memorable. 3 Selby St., Church–Wellesley, Toronto, ON. 416/928–1348. www.bbtoronto.com/aupetitparis.

Bisha Hotel Toronto

$$$$ | 80 Blue Jays Way, Toronto, ON, M5V 2G3, Canada

Bisha earns top marks for its boutique design hotel, with its velveteen lobby, over 3,000 pieces of art (some Warhols even), and luxurious suites overseen by Toronto's highly sought-after Studio Munge and rock and roll hall-of-famer Lenny Kravitz. The swank and sultry rooms get accented with floor-to-ceiling windows, marbled walk-in showers and tubs, heated bathroom floors, and Byredo toiletries to keep you pampered. The hotel is also home to four renowned restaurants with a variety of styles (Tulum getaway Kōst, Iron Chef--run Akira Back, Mister C lobby bar/night club, and French Made coffee shop).  

Pros

  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Glamorous rooftop pool and dining
  • Excellent service

Cons

  • Party atmosphere isn't for everyone
  • Can get loud at night
  • Expensive minibar
80 Blue Jays Way, Toronto, ON, M5V 2G3, Canada
437-370–8142
hotel Details
96 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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By the Park B&B

$$ | 92 & 89 Indian Grove., Toronto, ON, M6R 2Y4, Canada

By the Park B&B. This B&B is the brainchildren of a couple who happen to be alumni of the Ontario College of Art and Design; their attention to design is evident. They also have short-term apartment rentals in three different locations, which garner rave reviews. 92 & 89 Indian Grove., at Bloor St. W, Greater Toronto, Toronto, ON, M6R 2Y4. 416/761–9778 or 416/520–6102. www.bythepark.ca.

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Cambridge Suites

$$$ | 15 Richmond St. E, Toronto, ON, M5C 1N2, Canada

With just 12 suites per floor, this boutique hotel focuses on service: rooms are cleaned twice daily, and there's same-day dry cleaning and laundry, a rooftop gym with a view (and a whirlpool), and complimentary Wi-Fi. The suites, which are equipped with full kitchens, spacious living rooms, dining rooms, and one or two bedrooms, are done in muted earth tones.

Pros

  • Central location near many of the top attractions
  • Social hour with discounted drinks
  • Late checkout

Cons

  • Parking is expensive
  • Some dated decor
  • Pets not allowed
15 Richmond St. E, Toronto, ON, M5C 1N2, Canada
416-368–1990
hotel Details
229 suites
Rate Includes: No Meals

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Chelsea Hotel

$$$ | 33 Gerrard St., Toronto, ON, M5G 1Z4, Canada
www.facebook.com/chelseahotelTO/

Canada's largest hotel has long been popular with families and tour groups, so be prepared for a flurry of activity. The Family Fun Zone has a children's creative center, the Club 33 Teens lounge, a family pool, and the four-story "Corkscrew"—downtown Toronto's only indoor waterslide (nonparents, don't fret—there's also an adults-only pool). Babysitting services are also offered through the Kid Centre. The hotel offers deluxe guest rooms, as well as one- and two-bedroom suites with kitchenettes, and several grab-and-go food options in the lobby if you don't feel like cooking.

Pros

  • Extremely family-friendly vibe
  • Adults-only swimming pool
  • Good service

Cons

  • Long lines at check-in and check-out
  • Fills up with tour groups
  • Slow elevators
33 Gerrard St., Toronto, ON, M5G 1Z4, Canada
416-595–1975
hotel Details
1,590 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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DoubleTree by Hilton Downtown

$$$ | 108 Chestnut St., Toronto, ON, M5G 1R3, Canada

This laid-back hotel is a quick walk to the hustle and bustle of Yonge-Dundas Square and the cultural offerings of the Eaton Centre. Suites feature sleek, modern furnishings and ergonomic desk chairs. An indoor pool, 24-hour fitness center, and convenience store are on-site. Dining options include Hemispheres Restaurant as well as lauded dim sum restaurant Lai Wah Heen.

Pros

  • A couple of excellent restaurants
  • Reasonable rates for the location
  • Helpful service

Cons

  • Decor is a bit dated
  • Parking fills up quickly
  • Some rooms are small
108 Chestnut St., Toronto, ON, M5G 1R3, Canada
416-977–5000
hotel Details
490 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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Executive Hotel Cosmopolitan

$$$ | 8 Colborne St., Toronto, ON, M5E 1E1, Canada
www.facebook.com/Cosmopolitan.Hotel.Toronto

Tucked away on a side street in the heart of Toronto, this ultra-boutique, all-suite hotel seamlessly blends a modern Eastern aesthetic with apartment-style amenities. All suites offer kitchenettes, while premium suites have washers or dryers on-site (perfect for longer stays). Relax in the 12-person hot tub at the spa or dine at Wildfire, the hotel restaurant, which offers contemporary dishes that emphasize local and organic produce.

Pros

  • Central location
  • Hipness factor
  • Friendly staff

Cons

  • Side streets dark at night
  • Some rooms have so-so views
  • No on-site parking
8 Colborne St., Toronto, ON, M5E 1E1, Canada
416-350–2000
hotel Details
95 suites
Rate Includes: No Meals

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Fairmont Royal York

$$$$ | 100 Front St. W, Toronto, ON, M5J 1E3, Canada

The Royal York, the tallest building in the British Commonwealth when it opened in 1929, remains one of the largest hotels in the city and a favorite of both royalty and Hollywood stars. Countless movies have been filmed here, but the rooms are the main draw. The hotel has been restored, and many rooms have been renovated, featuring an updated look with hints of yellow and gray; others feature regal, if slightly fussy, early-20th-century-appropriate furnishings. On-site dining options include Reign, which serves modern Canadian fare with a traditional French touch; Clockwork, which specializes in bubbly and small plates; Toronto's only location of the Japanese eatery Benihana; and the stately Library Bar, a locally beloved hideaway that serves top-notch martinis.

Pros

  • Lots of history
  • Excellent health club (lap pool, whirlpool, saunas, well-appointed gym, and more)
  • Steps from Union Station

Cons

  • Rooms can be small
  • Charge for in-room Internet access
  • Expensive parking
100 Front St. W, Toronto, ON, M5J 1E3, Canada
416-368–2511
hotel Details
898 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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Hazelton Hotel

$$$$ | 118 Yorkville Ave., Toronto, ON, M5R 1C2, Canada Fodor's Choice

The Hazelton is a popular destination for visiting celebrities—and it looks the part, with clubby, modern furnishings, floor-to-ceiling windows or French balconies, and bathrooms wrapped in forest-green granite. The on-site spa draws locals and travelers alike, and features a fitness center, steam rooms, and a saltwater pool. Service is top-notch, and staff are accustomed to fielding personalized requests (you can even order from a pillow menu). Downstairs, ONE is an upscale all-day eatery with a bustling seasonal patio.

Pros

  • Outstanding service
  • Favorite of Hollywood celebs
  • Great on-site spa

Cons

  • High quality with the price tag to match
  • No hope of getting a room during TIFF
  • Low-rise building means underwhelming views
118 Yorkville Ave., Toronto, ON, M5R 1C2, Canada
416-963--6300
hotel Details
77 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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Hilton Toronto

$$$ | 145 Richmond St. W, Toronto, ON, M5H 2L2, Canada
Hilton Toronto Exterior

If you want to be close to the Entertainment and Financial Districts, this hotel offers one of the area's best locations, and its lobby restaurant, Tundra, serves stellar Canadian cuisine. The hotel itself is decorated in golds and browns in the lobby with wooden floors and subtle earth tones. Guest rooms have modern furniture and offer Crabtree & Evelyn toiletries. The indoor-outdoor pool is surrounded by towering skyscrapers, which lends a certain eeriness to your swimming experience.

Pros

  • Across the street from the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts
  • Popular on-site steak house
  • Connected to PATH

Cons

  • Rooms can be small
  • Service lags at times
  • Wi-Fi not free for everyone
145 Richmond St. W, Toronto, ON, M5H 2L2, Canada
800-267–2281
hotel Details
600 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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Hôtel Le Germain Toronto

$$$$ | 30 Mercer St., Toronto, ON, M5V 1H3, Canada Fodor's Choice
Lobby

The retro, redbrick exterior of this chic hotel—conveniently located near the TIFF Bell Lightbox—blends seamlessly with the historic architecture of the surrounding Theater District. The lobby has a library, a cappuccino bar, and a double-sided, open-hearth fireplace. Sleek furnishings fill ultramodern rooms, which have Bose stereos, Frette sheets, and sexy see-through showers. Suites have separate bedrooms and living rooms, fireplaces, and private terraces that afford superb views of the skyline. The restaurant, Victor, draws rave reviews for its Italian and continental fare and classy cocktails.

Pros

  • Custom package tours and experiences through the hotel
  • Attentive staff goes above and beyond
  • Outdoor terrace on 11th floor

Cons

  • Popular hotel fills up fast
  • Neighborhood can get noisy on weekends
  • Some rooms have views of alleys
30 Mercer St., Toronto, ON, M5V 1H3, Canada
416-345–9500
hotel Details
122 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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Hyatt Regency Toronto

$$$$ | 370 King St. W, Toronto, ON, M5V 1J9, Canada

Request views of the CN Tower at this luxury hotel smack in the middle of the pulsating Entertainment District. Guest rooms are decorated in a chocolate, modern palette with clean-lined, contemporary furniture and spa-inspired toiletries. Hotel restaurant King Street Social does luxurious fare like pan-seared rainbow trout and braised lamb shank, while Mix Bistro offers tapas-style options. An outdoor swimming pool with a seasonal sundeck provides excellent views from its rooftop on the 17th floor, as does the 24-hour fitness center.

Pros

  • Closest large hotel to King Street West theaters
  • Dozens of excellent restaurants and cinemas nearby
  • Outdoor swimming pool and 24-hour fitness center

Cons

  • Rooms can be small
  • Guest rooms on lower floors facing King Street may be noisy
  • Hotel could use a renovation
370 King St. W, Toronto, ON, M5V 1J9, Canada
416-343–1234
hotel Details
426 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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InterContinental Toronto Centre

$$$$ | 225 Front St. W, Toronto, ON, M5V 2X3, Canada
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Attached to the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, this large but unassuming hotel is a good bet for visiting business executives, and vacationers can often find deals on weekends. It's also less than a five-minute walk to the stellar live theater and restaurants on King Street West. The hotel has an excellent day spa and exudes a quiet elegance even when full. Room decor is fresh and modern, with clean-lined furniture and linens in calm neutral colors.

Pros

  • Not as stuffy as your usual business hotel
  • Bright and airy lobby restaurant
  • Near theaters and dining

Cons

  • No shopping nearby
  • Expensive parking
  • Busy during conferences
225 Front St. W, Toronto, ON, M5V 2X3, Canada
416-597–1400
hotel Details
576 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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Islington Bed & Breakfast House

$$$ | 1411 Islington Ave., Toronto, ON, M9A 3K5, Canada

Islington Bed & Breakfast House. At this good-value B&B, paintings and tapestries reflect the local landscape. 1411 Islington Ave., Greater Toronto, Toronto, ON, M9A 3K5. 416/236–2707. www.islingtonhouse.com.

Le Germain Hotel Maple Leaf Square

$$$$ | 75 Bremner Blvd., Toronto, ON, M5J 0A1, Canada
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Inside the Maple Leaf Square complex, this ultrastylish hotel is perfectly poised to receive traffic from the Scotiabank Arena across the street and the Rogers Centre just minutes away. The decor is sexy, with a mixture of elements like exposed cement, lush plants, and wood accents. Rooms are comfortable with king beds (double beds and even round beds available on request), Molton Brown toiletries, and rain showers. Other touches include goose-down comforters and a 24-hour gym.

Pros

  • Free cancellation
  • Attached to PATH network
  • Great service

Cons

  • Area is boisterous when events are happening at nearby Scotiabank Arena
  • Limited equipment in fitness center
  • No full-service restaurant
75 Bremner Blvd., Toronto, ON, M5J 0A1, Canada
888-940–7575
hotel Details
167 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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Les Amis

$$$ | 31 Granby St., Toronto, ON, M5B 1H8, Canada

Les Amis. The charming Parisian host Paul-Antoine fills Les Amis with beautiful photos of his travels through South America and Africa and the tantalizing aromas of his legendary fruit crepes and Belgian-style waffles. 31 Granby St., at Yonge St., Dundas Square Area, Toronto, ON, M5B 1H8. 416/928–1348. www.bbtoronto.com.

Marriott Eaton Centre

$$$$ | 525 Bay St., Toronto, ON, M5G 2L2, Canada
Centrally located and in the heart of all the action, Marriott Downtown at CF Toronto Eaton Centre is your perfect location for all your needs

Shoppers love the Marriott because it's right next door to the Eaton Centre and steps from Yonge-Dundas Square. Although the decor lacks pizzazz, the rooms are larger than most in the city. An indoor rooftop swimming pool provides fabulous views as does the restaurant, Trios Bistro, and its bar, which overlooks Trinity Square. Rooms have plush pillowtops, down comforters, and designer duvets.

Pros

  • Knowledgeable employees
  • Superconvenient location
  • Large guest rooms

Cons

  • May be noisy
  • Parking area fills up quickly
  • Free Wi-Fi only for loyalty members
525 Bay St., Toronto, ON, M5G 2L2, Canada
416-597–9200
hotel Details
451 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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One King West Hotel and Residence

$$$ | 1 King St. W, Toronto, ON, M5H 1A1, Canada

Made up entirely of suites, this 51-story tower is attached to the old Dominion Bank of Canada (circa 1914) in the city's downtown business and shopping core. There's a community feeling to this property, which is a mixture of condos, long-term rentals, and hotel rooms frequented by repeat customers. The spacious guest suites are geared toward extended stays with washer-dryer units and kitchenettes—a small fitness center with a city view, valet parking, 24-hour concierge, and a connection to the PATH are bonuses. Request a suite on Floor 25 or above for breathtaking views of either Lake Ontario, the Toronto Islands, the CN Tower, or the city's sea of skyscrapers.

Pros

  • Great views from upper floors
  • Central location
  • Excellent service

Cons

  • Not all suites have washer/dryer
  • Parking is valet-only
  • Pricey rates
1 King St. W, Toronto, ON, M5H 1A1, Canada
416-548–8100
hotel Details
340 suites
Rate Includes: No Meals

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Pantages Hotel

$$$ | 200 Victoria St., Toronto, ON, M5B 1V8, Canada
www.facebook.com/Pantages.Hotel.Toronto/

Clean lines, gleaming hardwood flooring, and brushed-steel accents exude contemporary cool at this all-suites hotel. Regular suites come with down duvets and pillows, LCD flat-screen TVs, and Wi-Fi; deluxe suites have European kitchenettes, sofa beds, and closeted washer-dryer units. The lobby bar offers a cool piano-lounge vibe, while Fran's 24-hour diner is accessible through the lobby. The hotel also has a full-size gym.

Pros

  • Central location close to Eaton Centre and St. Lawrence Market
  • 24-hour restaurant on-site
  • Great for long stays

Cons

  • Some rooms in need of upgrading
  • Lobby and lower floors can be noisy
  • No on-site parking
200 Victoria St., Toronto, ON, M5B 1V8, Canada
416-362–1777
hotel Details
95 suites
Rate Includes: No Meals

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Radisson Hotel Admiral Toronto–Harbourfront

$$$ | 249 Queens Quay W, Toronto, ON, M5J 2N5, Canada

You can't get much closer to Toronto's waterfront than this hotel, where unobstructed Lake Ontario and Toronto Islands vistas come standard. The decor has a fitting maritime theme with deep blue accents, full-grain woods, and brass embellishments. Rooms are spacious, with floor-to-ceiling windows for maximum view potential. Watermark Restaurant serves Canadian dishes with a global twist, and the Amsterdam BrewHouse across the street serves hearty pub food and famous local beer. The outdoor pool has an open deck overlooking the CN Tower, Harbourfront, and Lake Ontario.

Pros

  • Easy access to local attractions
  • Beautiful outdoor pool
  • Excellent views

Cons

  • Neighborhood seems out of the way
  • Pool is open to the public
  • Rates are pricey
249 Queens Quay W, Toronto, ON, M5J 2N5, Canada
416-203–3333
hotel Details
157 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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Residence Inn Toronto Downtown

$$$$ | 255 Wellington St. W, Toronto, ON, M5V 3P9, Canada Fodor's Choice

A big hit with families and extended-stay visitors, the modern suites at the Residence Inn Toronto Downtown come with full kitchens, spacious living and dining rooms, and comfortable bedrooms. Another major selling point is the location: just steps from the CN Tower, Rogers Centre, and Scotiabank Arena and a short walk from the Queen West boutiques and Entertainment District clubs. Be sure to check for special packages before reserving; you may get a gas card or tickets to Ripley's Aquarium thrown in. A hot buffet breakfast and high-speed Internet are free for all guests, and a gym and small indoor pool are on-site.

Pros

  • Close to Toronto's major attractions
  • A smart choice for families
  • Pool, gym, and other amenities

Cons

  • Breakfast buffet gets extremely crowded during peak season
  • Can get very crowded on game days
  • Valet parking only
255 Wellington St. W, Toronto, ON, M5V 3P9, Canada
416-581–1800
hotel Details
256 suites
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast

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Saint James Hotel

$$ | 26 Gerrard St. E, Toronto, ON, M5B 1G3, Canada

With a facade dotted with bay windows and topped with a wall of glass, this boutique hotel has plenty of clean-cut charm, with modern rooms with handsome hardwood floors and contemporary furniture. Bathrooms feature heated floors, rain showers, and high-end toiletries. The staff is friendly, and there are a few nice touches like welcome snacks and complimentary beverages in the lobby.

Pros

  • Freshii on-site offering fresh and nutritious meals
  • Good value for the area
  • Comfortable beds

Cons

  • Some rooms can be dark
  • Some street noise
  • Long walk to parking
26 Gerrard St. E, Toronto, ON, M5B 1G3, Canada
416-645–2200
hotel Details
36 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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Shangri-La Toronto

$$$$ | 188 University Ave., Toronto, ON, M5H 0A3, Canada Fodor's Choice

The Shangri-La Toronto combines the attention to service for which the brand is known with an art-focused twist on its traditional East-meets-West aesthetic. A stunning Chinese sculpture adorned with a flock of birds frames the entrance, and throughout the hotel you'll find natural woods, delicate accents, and original artwork—plus sweeping city views up University Avenue and through the Entertainment District. The hotel is home to David Chang's famed Momofuku restaurants (Noodle Bar and Kōjin) as well as a stylish bistro, Bosk. The sunlight-flooded atrium lobby is an ideal place to gather with its inviting fire, nightly live entertainment, and afternoon tea. The health club has workout equipment and a saltwater pool with private cabanas.

Pros

  • Stellar ambience
  • Noted art collection
  • Luxurious amenities

Cons

  • Pricey rates
  • Standard rooms are small
  • Service can be inconsistent
188 University Ave., Toronto, ON, M5H 0A3, Canada
647-788–8888
hotel Details
202 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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Sheraton Centre

$$$$ | 123 Queen St. W, Toronto, ON, M5H 2M9, Canada
www.flickr.com/photos/18378305@N00

Views from this hotel in the city center are marvelous—to the south are the CN Tower and the Rogers Centre; to the north, both new and old city halls. Guest rooms and suites have pillow-top mattresses, crisp linens, and cozy duvets in a neutral palette. Perhaps owing to its great size, there are plenty of places to escape: a garden with waterfalls, a 24-hour fitness center, and a giant year-round indoor-outdoor pool (complete with bar). Club Level rooms have access to a complimentary continental breakfast and cocktail hour with a view at the 43rd-floor Club Level Lounge. Quinn's, a moderately priced steak house, is attached, with breakfast and lunch served at the Dual Citizen grab-and-go bar. 

Pros

  • Underground access to PATH network
  • Swimming pool is open late
  • Walk to Four Seasons Centre

Cons

  • Expensive parking and online access
  • Hotel is overwhelmingly large
  • Not all rooms have complimentary breakfast
123 Queen St. W, Toronto, ON, M5H 2M9, Canada
416-361–1000
hotel Details
1,377 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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The Annex Hotel

$$$ | 296 Brunswick Ave., Toronto, ON, Canada

This trendy, no-frills boutique hotel features industrial-chic, loft-inspired rooms and boasts an on-site café and wine bar, burger joint, and nightclub.

Pros

  • SMS-based check-in and concierge service available 24/7
  • Rooms feature local art and views of colorful murals
  • Comfy mattresses from the Ritz-Carlton's supplier

Cons

  • Little separation between toilets and showers
  • No TVs (but fully loaded iPads are provided)
  • Second-floor rooms get loud on weekends
296 Brunswick Ave., Toronto, ON, Canada
647-694--9868
hotel Details
24 rooms
Rate Includes: Free Breakfast

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The Omni King Edward Hotel

$$$ | 37 King St. E, Toronto, ON, M5C 1E9, Canada

Toronto's landmark "King Eddy" Hotel, which has hosted the well-heeled for over a century, continues to be a favorite choice for special occasions and a nod to grand hotels of the past. Oil paintings hanging in Victoria's Restaurant provide an elegant backdrop for breakfast and afternoon tea while the Consort Bar, once home to the hotel's original elevator shaft, is a busy social spot that boasts an extensive cocktail menu featuring classical signature drinks, wines, and fine spirits.

Pros

  • Mix of historic charm with modern luxury
  • Central location
  • Friendly service

Cons

  • Expensive parking is valet-only
  • Charge for online access
  • Lots of street traffic
37 King St. E, Toronto, ON, M5C 1E9, Canada
416-863–9700
hotel Details
301 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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The Ritz-Carlton, Toronto

$$$$ | 181 Wellington St. W, Toronto, ON, M5V 3G2, Canada

This Ritz has a great location—across from Roy Thomson Hall and smack-dab in the center of the Financial District—and a solid elegance, embellished with a Canadian motif of brass maple leaves and local woods. The building itself is a cube-like glass podium topped off with a 53-story tower; guest rooms display spectacular views overlooking the CN Tower and Lake Ontario through floor-to-ceiling windows. Amenities include a full-service gym, saltwater pool, and spa. The menu at TOCA, the hotel restaurant, stuns foodies with Italian-inspired dishes using local crops and farm-raised meats.

Pros

  • Reliable Ritz service
  • Top-of-the-line amenities
  • Expansive rooms

Cons

  • Five-star prices
  • Expensive valet parking
  • Pricey high tea
181 Wellington St. W, Toronto, ON, M5V 3G2, Canada
416-585–2500
hotel Details
319 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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The SoHo Hotel and Residences

$$$$ | 318 Wellington St. W, Toronto, ON, M5V 3T4, Canada
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Saturated in pampering detail, the SoHo Met conjures luxury with Frette linens, down duvets, walk-in closets, marble bathrooms with heated floors, and Molton Brown bath products. Glamour begins in the cosmopolitan open-concept lobby, where a stunning blown-glass installation by artist Dale Chihuly dazzles guests. Other amenities include a fitness center, lap pool, full-service day spa, decadent Italian dining at Pizzeria Moretti, and Les Clefs d'Or concierge services.

Pros

  • High-tech touches like electronic do-not-disturb signs
  • Stylish but not showy
  • Spa is excellent

Cons

  • Lap pool only 3 feet deep
  • Construction noise
  • Can be pricey
318 Wellington St. W, Toronto, ON, M5V 3T4, Canada
416-599–8800
hotel Details
91 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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The St. Regis Toronto

$$$$ | 325 Bay St., Toronto, ON, M5H 4G3, Canada

Steeped in the glamour and tradition of the Astor family fortune, guests of both business and leisure class are greeted with a lobby adorned with cherry blossom ceiling panels and hyper-attentive check-in service. Suites are decorated minimally but equipped with luxurious white-stone-finished bathrooms with heated flooring and TVs built into the mirror.  Do not miss the daily complimentary champagne sabrage at 6 pm in the lobby lounge, a signature St. Regis ritual since the 1900s. Early risers can also experience a sunrise Peloton workout at the glass-walled health center on the 31st floor.

Pros

  • Saltwater infinity lap pool
  • Meals at the opulent Louix Louis on the 31st floor
  • Rooms with sleek dimmer switches and motorized curtains

Cons

  • Carpet in rooms need a good spot cleaning
  • Bathrobes lost their plushness
  • Loud air conditioners
325 Bay St., Toronto, ON, M5H 4G3, Canada
416-306--5800
hotel Details
382 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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Toronto Marriott City Centre

$$$$ | 1 Blue Jays Way, Toronto, ON, M5V 1J4, Canada Fodor's Choice

This hotel is completely integrated into the Rogers Centre—the sports and entertainment dome that serves as the home of the Toronto Blue Jays—and 70 of the choicest rooms overlook the stadium itself. The price of these rooms may vary with the event taking place. The lobby level restaurant, Sportsnet Grill, has floor-to-ceiling views of the Rogers Centre.

Pros

  • Best place to watch Blue Jays baseball games
  • Reasonable parking fee
  • Good restaurant

Cons

  • Little natural light in guest rooms overlooking field
  • The best rooms book up fast on game days
  • Pick somewhere else if you're not a sports fan
1 Blue Jays Way, Toronto, ON, M5V 1J4, Canada
800-237–1512
hotel Details
346 rooms
Rate Includes: No Meals

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