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Located on the northern shore of Lake Ontario, in the province of the same name, eclectic Toronto is also a gateway to the other pleasures of Canada, including nearby Niagara Falls and Thousand Islands.
But be sure to allow plenty of time in Toronto if you do plan to combine a break here with travels around Canada; the city has plenty of sightseeing opportunities and a refreshing attitude towards life that many visitors enjoy.
The summer season is hugely popular here, so it’s essential to book your hotel in Toronto early if you plan to travel between July and September. There's certainly no shortage of hotels, but demand is high, especially in September when the city hosts the Toronto International Film Festival.
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From basic rooms to luxury pads with far-reaching views, there’s a Toronto hotel to suit your style and budget...
There are some wonderful Toronto hotels to check in at, where opulence, comfort and five-star service are enjoyed by visitors.
Budget hotels are at a premium, although there are plenty of international brands plugging the gap in the market with accommodation that is cheap, if a little bland.
When it comes to where to stay, the best locations in Toronto are Downtown (Centre Ville), which encompasses the charming Kensington Market district, and the Harbourfront, which is packed with hotels, restaurants and entertainment. Other areas, just out of Downtown but close enough for easy access to the sights, are Cabbagetown, York, Scarborough and The Beach, also known as The Beaches.
While hotel deals are rife near the airport, be wary of staying there if you’re planning to spend more than a couple of days in Toronto; the journey into Downtown can be long and expensive and you might well end up spending the money you’ve saved on transport to the attractions.
For big brands, check out hotels from Hilton, Holiday Inn, Comfort Inn, Marriott, Howard Johnson, Westin, Sheraton, Super 8, Quality Inn, Intercontinental, Ibis, Ramada, Park Hyatt, Best Western, Comfort Inn, Novotel, Double Tree and Days Inn.
Take some time to get to know Toronto, you won’t regret it. Here are just a few of the best attractions…
Top five attractions
No visit to Toronto would be complete without dinner at the 360 Restaurant followed by a vertigo-inducing stroll on Edge Walk.
Royal Ontario Museum
An immense museum dedicated to culture and natural history.
This subterranean maze is the world's largest underground shopping complex. It provides relief from the summer sun and the chance to get out of the cold in winter.
The British built this historic fortification to keep out invaders, but the only marauders at its gates these days are the crowds gathered to witness dramatic battle reenactments.
This super-friendly zoo, with its focus on conservation and education, is a great place for a family day out.
When it’s cold the Christmas festivities and WinterCity add some heat, though there’s plenty going on throughout the Toronto year…
WinterCity Festival; January/February: A fortnight of fun and festivities to celebrate Canadian culture, cuisine and creativity. There’s a wide range of free activities, including concerts and shows.
Rogers Cup; August: One of the highlights of the world tennis calendar, the Rogers Cup offers a chance to see some of the planet's best sports stars in action. Just be sure to book tickets and hotels well in advance.
Toronto International Film Festival; September: This has become one of the most popular film festivals of recent times, making demand for accommodation in the city high.