Editor’s pick • Top 3 Toronto hotels
Baldwin Village Inn
If you’re looking to make the most of your stay with the least amount of cash, check in to the Baldwin Village Inn, a six-room inn in a converted house just steps from Kensington and the university campus.
9 Baldwin Street. 416 591 5359. Doubles from $115.
For sheer quirk, try the Gladstone Hotel, which boasts 37 different themed guestrooms. Originally opened in 1889, it’s the city’s oldest hotel, and with the new artistic boutique swish it’s sure to please!
1214 Queen St. W. 416 531 4635. Doubles from $179.
Fairmont Royal York Hotel
For some old Toronto flair, slip between the sheets at the Fairmont Royal York Hotel. It was the largest and tallest building in the British Empire when it opened in 1929 and, from the Via Rail station platform downstairs to the beehives providing the hotel with fresh honey on the roof, it’s still impressive. And it has deliciously comfortable bedding to boot!
100 Front Street W. 416 368 2511. Doubles from $194.65