In recent years, a lot of international brands have moved into town, giving the hotel and hospitality industry a big five star boost. Sumptuous suite... Read More
In recent years, a lot of international brands have moved into town, giving the hotel and hospitality industry a big five star boost. Sumptuous suites with sprawling city views, luxurious amenities including spa-like bathrooms and on-site hammams (the Soho Metropolitan, Four Seasons), are now part of the norm. Whether you're looking for historic charm and comfort, high end properties, or efficient suites with kitchenettes, when you investigate where to stay in Toronto, you’ll see that the city has them all.
The best hotels in Toronto can range from cheery bed and breakfasts to international luxury properties—and many can boast location, location, location. The sleek Thompson Hotel is a short walk from the Entertainment District, while the Park Hyatt is renowned for its lush digs as well as its proximity to the Royal Ontario Museum. The Old Mill Spa and Inn opened its Tudor-style doors in 1914, right by the Humber River in the city’s Bloor West Village neighborhood. It backs onto the Parkland and Toronto Bike and Walking Trail System, perfect for bird watching, hiking and walking. Hotels in Toronto sometimes offer outstanding discounts during the offseason.