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Clarion Hotel & Suites Selby


One of several hotels in town that claim Ernest Hemingway as their most distinguished guest (he used to write for the Toronto Star newspaper), this...

592 Sherbourne Street

Cosmopolitan Toronto

Critics' choice

Tucked away on a quiet downtown street, this new boutique hotel cultivates its serenity seriously - and stylishly. With an incense menu, yoga mats and a...

8 Colborne Street

Delta Chelsea


With 1,590 rooms, the Chelsea is the largest hotel in the city. And it is something of a crowd-pleaser. It's handily located downtown near the Eaton Centre...

33 Gerrard Street W

Four Seasons Hotel


For the flagship property of the Toronto-based luxury chain, this Four Seasons seems to be missing the X factor (little wonder they are building a brand-new...

21 Avenue Road

Grand Hotel & Suites Toronto


Opened in 2000, this 177-room boutique hotel has become a firm favourite with business travellers who require longer stays. It boasts large, luxurious...

225 Jarvis Street

Hilton Toronto


The Hilton is a rarity in this town: a modern hotel (1975) with character. The lobby, with its raised wooden floor and hanging curtain, looks as though it...

145 Richmond Street W

Hostelling International Toronto


This is a back-to-basics hostel whose 154 beds are mostly in dorms; the few private rooms have en-suite bathrooms. It's a social place, with an on-site...

76 Church Street

Hôtel Le Germain Toronto

Critics' choice

The Le Germain group specialises in creating Euro-style boutique hotels; it owned award-winning properties in Montreal and Quebec before opening this...

30 Mercer Street

InterContinental Toronto Centre


Attached to the Toronto Convention Centre, this 586-room hotel attracts a lot of business traffic. Don't let the conference facilities fool you, though:...

225 Front Street W

Le Meridien King Edward

Critics' choice

Architect EJ Lennox, who also built Casa Loma and Old City Hall, sure knew how to show off. Guests look up in awe as they pass through the soaring marble...

37 King Street E

Metropolitan Hotel Toronto


This Asian-owned Metropolitan is less stylish than it likes to think it is, but it has tasteful and comfortable rooms with nary a floral in sight: think...

108 Chestnut Street

Novotel Toronto Centre

Critics' choice

The solid, unpretentious Novotel offers good value and location for the money. The traditional lobby comes with bar, gift shop and liveried concierge...

45 The Esplanade

Pantages Suites Hotel & Spa


The timing was a bit off: the Pantages was named after a neighbouring theatre that changed its name just before the hotel opened. But this condo/hotel tower...

200 Victoria Street

Park Hyatt Toronto

Critics' choice

The Park Hyatt is a classy affair, if a bit old-fashioned. From the marbled halls and capped bellboys to the soft carpets and seamless service, the name of...

4 Avenue Road

Radisson Plaza Hotel Admiral Toronto-Harbourfront


The nautically themed, eight-storey Radisson offers lakeside views over Toronto Harbour from the bar, promenade deck and outdoor pool. The lobby is all...

249 Queens Quay W
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