Hotels in Toronto

Toronto hotels can range from cheery bed and breakfasts to cozy homes. No matter where you decide to stay, all options are incredibly affordable. Travel + Leisure lists the Four Seasons Hotel Toronto and the Cosmopolitan Toronto as the best hotels in Toronto. The Four Seasons also features a French café close by, and the Cosmopolitan is just across the street from the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts.

The Global Guest Hotel is located close to downtown Toronto and is well over one hundred and twenty years old. This Toronto hotel has ten rooms and fills up very quickly once the tourist season hits. It is within walking distance of several amazing stores, as well as the University of Toronto, and parking is completely free for hotel guests. Les Amis is a Toronto hotel that serves vegetarian and vegan breakfasts, and the owner’s artwork decorates each of the rooms. Hotels in Toronto sometimes offer outstanding discounts during the offseason.

The first foreign outpost for the Manhattan hotel brand, Thompson Toronto opened in 2010. Its location in King West Village puts it a short walk from the entertainment, art and design, and financial districts, as well as stellar shopping.

From a perilous start during the Great Depression, the building that houses the Park Hyatt Toronto in the Yorkville area has evolved with the times.

An original Dave Chihuly sculpture, comprised of 80 hand-blown glass discs, is suspended over the entrance of this 15-story glass-and-chrome hotel in the downtown area.

This luxury boutique, conveniently located in Toronto's financial district and close to PATH, the world’s largest subterranean shopping center, blends the best elements of a spa with simple yet elegant suites and common spaces.

Situated in the entertainment district, Hôtel Le Germain is housed in a converted red-brick warehouse with a stainless-steel and glass façade. Inside, the lobby features two-story glass walls, a double-sided fireplace, and photographs by Toronto-based artist James Lahey.

Located in Yorkville, this 55-story hotel is popular with visiting celebrities and VIP’s. The lobby is adorned with dark walnut panelling and flower arrangements, while the 259 guestrooms contain custom furnishings, plush bathrobes, and Etro of Milan bath products.

This 62-room, 15-suite, boutique hotel opened in the city's ritziest mixed-use neighborhood, midtown's Yorkville, in summer 2009.

Toronto’s West Queen West is a neighborhood in flux, where appliance stores, art galleries, and places like Camera, a screening-room bar owned by filmmaker Atom Egoyan, exist cheek by jowl.