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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

Old Mill Inn


Nestled in a forested pocket of the West End, the Old Mill offers a tranquil break from urban grit. The original mill was built on this site next to the...

21 Old Mill Road

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

Ramada Plaza Hotel


Cheap and cheerful is the best way to describe this chain hotel, situated across the street from Allan Gardens and its greenhouses. Built in 1929 as a block...

300 Jarvis Street

Renaissance Toronto Hotel Downtown

Critics' choice

The Renaissance is built into the fabric of the Rogers Centre, the stadium that's home to the Blue Jays baseball team, the Toronto Argonauts football team...

1 Blue Jays Way

SoHo Metropolitan


Sister to the original Metropolitan, the SoHo Met joins a clutch of swanky hotels in the Entertainment District. The ersatz name was a lame attempt to add...

318 Wellington Street

Strathcona Hotel


Located in the heart of the Financial District, the Strathcona used to be a bargain alternative to the grander (and more famous) Royal York Hotel across the...

60 York Street

The Sutton Place Hotel


The blocky, drab exterior of this celebrity hangout hides some of the most luxurious rooms in the city, and the central location is a distinct advantage....

955 Bay Street

Westin Harbour Castle


Light, spacious rooms and glorious lake views are the big draws at this 38-storey hotel (request accommodation on the south side and upper floors). Sunlight...

1 Harbour Square

Windsor Arms

Critics' choice

In 1927, this tiny hotel opened its doors to the world's celebrities and millionaires. It fell into decline in the 1980s, but in 1995 developer-about-town...

18 St Thomas Street