Places to stay in Toronto, Ontario
We currently have 220 accommodations in and around Toronto with other regional listings available for Hotels, Motels, RV parks, B&B's and other properties.
Toronto is a city that holds all the wonders of the world in one clean, safe, friendly place: a theatre scene rivaled only by London and New York, more than 80 cultures from across the globe, attractions that range from high art to rowdy family fun, and polished services for business travelers.
Wondering where to stay? Visitors have access to a large number of hotels in the city, though there are a large number of nearby Bed and Breakfasts. If you are travelling in the area, Toronto is located close to Inner Harbour, Kew Beach, Eastern Gap, Humber River and Lawrence Manor.
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Best reviewed accommodations in Toronto
It was a great place to stay in downtown Toronto. The room itself was comfortable, nice beds and linens. Although the bathroom had a chipped tub, broken tile in the shower and paint peeling on the ceiling. Nice toiletries provided. Hallways showed their age and carpets too. Friendly staff, maids .....
Staff was friendly and helpful. Location is close to public transit. (bus) A few blocks walk to subway. Shopping and nice restaurants available a few blocks down on Younge Street. Pool is outdoor only, fine for the hot months but a little chilly once it gets cool and rainy days when the kids need .....
Hotel located 1km from the center of Toronto.
Hotel Victoria, a downtown Toronto hotel, offers everything you need for a memorable Toronto vacation. This boutique hotel is located in the heart of the theatre and financial district in downtown Toronto. Hotel Victoria offers the best in Toronto accommodations with 56 newly renovated guestrooms.
Bed & Breakfast located 6km from the center of Toronto.
Conveniently located within a ten-minute walk of all the services a recreational, business or long-stay traveller may need. A vibrant multi-cultural neighbourhood with easy access of all the events Toronto has to offer. Within ten minutes by subway to Greek Town or Church & Wellesley.
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More about the areas accommodations and tourism
What could make that better? How about packing many of our most popular attractions within walking distance of each other. In downtown Toronto, a short stroll is all it takes to travel between thousands of hotel rooms, great sports venues, the CN Tower, major convention centres, endless shopping, top theatre, the waterfront, and inspired cuisine. Beyond the cozy and quirky neighbourhoods of the city are more fabulous attractions, plus countryside, Niagara Falls, a wine region and outdoor adventures, all an easy drive away.
Other local Toronto information and places to visit.
- Longitude: -79°22'59.463
- Latitude: 43°39'11.613
- Premier 4 and 5 star rated accommodation in the Toronto region.
Harbour Gallery - 1697 Lakeshore Road West
Representing over 40 Internationally acclaimed Canadian Artists, Harbour Gallery is one of the largest fine art galleries in the Greater Toronto Area. We offer professional art consultation and quality custom framing. A unique lease-to-own program is available to corporate clients.
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.
Museum Of Inuit Art - 207 Queens Quay West
Experience southern Canada's only public museum devoted exclusively to one of Canada's most celebrated artistic achievements: Inuit art. Beautifully situated at Toronto's Harbourfront in the award-winning Queen's Quay Terminal Building. The Museum presents a comprehensive, multi-layered display of Inuit Art that includes, prehistoric art, early post-contact art, and early works of the modernist period; important themes; regional styles; contemporary art; and masterworks. It also integrates rotating exhibitions featuring individual artist, communities, themes and materials.
Toronto is close to:
Closed, unlisted or renamed properties
- Beaconsfield Bed & Breakfast, 38 Beaconsfield Avenue
- Banting House Inn Bed Breakfast, 73 Homewood Avenue
- The Coach House, 117 Walmer Road
- Turtle Inn Bed and Breakfast, 18 Stornoway Court
- Ainsley House Bed and Breakfast, 19 Elm Avenue
- Ambassador Inn Downtown Toronto - Bed And Breakfast, 280 Jarvis Street
- Gloucester Square Inns, 512-514 Jarvis Street
- Burwood Inn, 10 Monteith Street
- The Mulberry Tree Bed and Breakfast, 122 Isabella Street
- Cabbagetown Rooms, 388 Dundas St. East
- Martyniuk, 56 Bellevue Avenue
- A Place To Stay, 86 Deforest Road