Places to stay in Etobicoke, Ontario
We currently have 21 accommodations in and around Etobicoke with other regional listings available for Campsites, Hotels, Motels, Bed & Breakfasts and other properties.
Etobicoke is a dissolved municipality located within the current city of Toronto. It is bordered on the south by Lake Ontario, on the east by the Humber River, on the west by Etobicoke Creek, the city of Mississauga and Toronto Pearson International Airport and on the north by Steeles Avenue West.
Wondering where to stay? Visitors have access to a number of hotels in the city, though there are a few nearby motels. If you are travelling in the area, Etobicoke is located close to Maple Leaf Creek, Summerville, Elmcrest Creek, Little Etobicoke Creek and Del Ray.
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Best reviewed accommodations in Etobicoke
This was a great location, a short 10 minute drive to Islington Subway Station. The 24 Casino/Race Track was right across the street, as well as a large mall for shopping, currency exchange, or a quick bite of fast food. The staff was very friendly and gave us directions and answered all of our .....
Great hotel. Friendly staff. Clean rooms. Comfortable and cozy room with beautiful beds and comforters. Full breakfast. Great prices. Thank you guys, my wife and I enjoyed our stay very much in your hotel and we highly recommend it t everyone. Keep up the good work. We'll be back again for sure. .....
Hotel located 7km from the center of Etobicoke.
Guests of the Hotel Carlingview Toronto Airport enjoy great low rates, a FREE light continental breakfast, FREE 24-hour airport shuttle service as well as FREE hi-speed WI-FI Internet in all guestrooms and the lobby.
Motel located 2km from the center of Etobicoke.
An oasis ten minutes from CN Tower! Casa Mendoza Inn offers clean accommodations with a side of award winning hospitality. Special Features: Air Conditioning Free Parking Mini-fridge Beach Nearby Satellite TV Wireless Internet .....
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Other local Etobicoke information and places to visit.
- Longitude: -79°30'47.513
- Latitude: 43°37'13.780
Campbell House Museum - 160 Queen Street West
Built in 1822 for William Campbell and his wife Hannah, this fine example of Georgian architecture was moved in 1972 to the present site. Beautifully restored to reflect the lifestyle of a judge who became Chief Justice of Upper Canada, the house provides a glimpse into the early life of the Town of York, now known as Toronto. Period herb garden in season. Guided tours with knowledgeable staff. Special events, school and seasonal programming. Visa accepted for booked tours.
Win Henstock Gallery - 334 Lakeshore Road East
Win Henstock Gallery is a fine art gallery representing both Canadian and Internationally-acclaimed artists.
Bata Shoe Museum - 327 Bloor Street West
Step into this entertaining small museum and take a unique journey with knight’s armoured footwear from the 1490s, delicate silk slippers, chestnut-crushing clogs with three-inch serrated spikes, rhinestone-covered stilettos, celebrity shoes – there’s more to footwear than you would ever imagine! A varied programme of events and exhibitions lets you discover the stories behind footwear from many lands and cultures.
Etobicoke is close to:
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- Motel 27, 650 Evans Avenue