Places to stay in Toronto, Ontario
We currently have 250 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. Local restaurants include Sushi Q, Pier One Restaurant Ltd, Ritz Caribbean Foods, and Rodneys By Bay.
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 Snake Island, Fairbank, Outer Harbour East Headland, South Island and Humber River.
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Best reviewed accommodations in Toronto
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My daughter and I really enjoy our three-days stay. It was perfect for our plans in Toronto, perfect for the breakfast, the room was spacious, the Internet connection worked perfectly, the staff was polite, smiley and always ready to help. A very nice place to stay! Coffee in the room was also .....
Bed & Breakfast located 1km from the center of Toronto.
A one minute walk to Yonge Street, 2 minutes to the subway, 8 minutes to the Eaton Centre, close to all the city centre hospitals, Ryerson and U of T. you just can't be more downtown! Yet this lovely old street is surprisingly quiet with very little traffic.
Hotel located 2km from the center of Toronto.
New College Residence consists of three modern air-conditioned (dormitory-style) residence halls each used for different purposes based on guests length of stay. Each residence has single or double rooms. Double rooms have two single beds in them..
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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.
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.
Colborne Lodge - Colborne Lodge Drive, High Park
This rare Regency picturesque cottage is a graceful monument to John and Jemima Howard, the couple who founded High Park. John Howard, one of Toronto's first architects, as well as a City engineer and surveyor, built Colborne Lodge in 1837. Drop in and view the many original furnishings and artifacts and some of John Howard's own watercolours depicting images of early Toronto
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.
Toronto is close to:
Closed, unlisted or renamed properties
- Ambassador Inn Downtown Toronto - Bed And Breakfast, 280 Jarvis Street
- Gloucester Square Inns, 512-514 Jarvis Street
- Burwood Inn, 10 Monteith Street
- A Place to Stay, 86 Deforest Road
- The Mulberry Tree Bed and Breakfast, 122 Isabella Street
- Cabbagetown Rooms, 388 Dundas St. East
- Martyniuk, 56 Bellevue Avenue
- 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