Places to stay in Etobicoke, Ontario
We currently have 24 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. Local restaurants include BPC Restaurant - Best Portuguese Chicken, That's Greek Cuisine, Sushi Kaji Restaurant, and Pazzia Osteria.
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 Eglinton Flats, Richview Gardens, Cawthra Creek, High Park and Summerville.
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Best reviewed accommodations in Etobicoke
Nice hotel with great public spaces, quality rooms, great comfy beds, and linens. Bathrooms are small, but clean. Staff helpful and accommodating. Didn't use the pool, but it looked nice. Breakfast buffet priced a little high, but good assortment of food choices. Better than many other 3 star .....
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 .....
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 .....
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.
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- Longitude: -79°30'47.513
- Latitude: 43°37'13.780
The Landing Strip - 191 Carlingview Drive
The Landing Strip was planned and decorated to be an extrordinary and unusual dining and entertainment environment at ordinary and usual prices. Visit us and you know we achieved our goal in fine style. The Landing Strip is located adjacent to Toronto Canada's Pearson International Airport and the airport's strip of posh hotels. The club is the favourite of local patrons as well as travelling businessmen and tourists. The Landing Strip is also the favourite working spot for Torontos most attractive dancers. Our club is unique as subdued lighting, quiet seating areas and the calibre of the male clientele make women guests feel comfortable. It is not unusual to see couples sitting and enjoying the show. Through the use of interesting spaces and a variety of levels patrons are offered privacy rather than being required to sit squarely in front of the stage areas. You deserve the best and the best lovelies come from all corners of the world to entertain you.
Canadian Air and Space Museum - 65 Carl Hall Road
The Canadian Air & Space Museum (formerly the Toronto Aerospace Museum) was founded in 1997 and is an important year-round attraction within Downsview Park, Canada’s first National Urban Park which is managed by the federal government. The Canadian Air & Space Museum is a Registered Non-Profit Organization. The Museum’s Charity Registration number is BN 87605 3968 RR0001. The Museum is located in a building that isn’t just full of history it’s part of history - from the days of wood and fabric open cockpit biplanes of the 1920’s, to the dawn of the space age in the 1960s. The building is the original 1929 home of the de Havilland Aircraft of Canada Ltd., (one of Canada’s most successful aircraft manufacturers) and also the original home of Canada’s leading space technology company best known as SPAR. The site contains the oldest surviving aircraft factory in Canada, and the birthplace of the famous Beaver and Otter bush planes which opened the Canadian North and were sold to customers in 65 countries. It’s also where de Havilland engineers assembled and tested the first Canadian satellite, Alouette I, which established Canada as the third nation in space when launched in 1962. The Downsview site also shares the distinction of being the home of one of the world's leading commercial aircraft factories, and was Toronto’s air force base for 50 years. In this unique and authentic setting, Canadian Air & Space Museum celebrates the aerospace accomplishments of Canadians, and the long association of Canada with aeronautical innovation, aircraft manufacturing, military aviation, air transport and the pure joy of flight.
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.
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- Motel 27, 650 Evans Avenue