Toronto's accommodation options stretch from the airport to the waterfront, catering to the busy professionals and culture-seekers that make Toronto Canada's biggest arts and business hub.
While Toronto's hostels are less plentiful than its high-end hotels, there are still alternatives for travelers looking to sleep on the cheap. True, Toronto's hotel listings are packed with big names — five-star spots like the Park Hyatt and Four Seasons line the streets of trendy Yorkville. However, the quirky charm and cost benefits of a Victorian house-turned-B&B lure lots of visitors to idyllic neighbourhoods like The Annex and Cabbagetown. Chain establishments spread throughout Toronto's downtown core, many of which have room deals for under $150 per night. The boutique hotel options on Queen West double as nightlife hot-spots, putting visitors in the centre of the neighbourhood's arts and after-hours scene.
100 Front St West
One of Toronto's most elegant landmarks... read more
62 Dundas St East
(at Bond Street)
A popular, laid back and conveniently located downtown hotel... read more
Bathurst Street & Harbord Street
B&B accommodation in the west end of the Annex...
280 Jarvis Street
(at Gerrard Street)
A Victorian alternative to big name chains in the downtown... read more
123 Queen St West
(at Bay Street)
An award-winning executive hotel... read more
56 Yonge St
Your chance to stay in a designated historical site!... read more