Toronto's Top Hotels Will Have You Sleeping in Style



Whether you're looking for accommodations that are hip and trendy, family-friendly, business-oriented or with Old World charm, you'll find a hotel in Toronto to suit your needs. Start with our 10Best list to find your perfect hotel. 

Ever since Toronto became Hollywood North, it has been infusing glamorous charm into its downtown hotels. The Hazelton Hotel opened just before the Toronto International Film Festival in 2007, dedicated to the exquisite details that we all love, such as heated bathroom floors. If your pocketbook can stand the splurge, there is plenty of luxury sprinkled around the city. The Ritz Carlton has its own yoga classes, amazing views and a bar that likes to serve celebrities and professional athletes. (And you, of course.)

If your life is more on the "save" side than on the "splurge" side, not to worry. There are plenty of charming downtown hotels that will make your travel experience memorable. The Delta Toronto has tons of rooms to accommodate Toronto's burgeoning tourist population and is a mere stone's throw from the happening areas of downtown Toronto. (Don't throw stones, though. Canadians, although friendly, don't like that.)

Toronto, like many metropolis centres, doesn't sleep much. That doesn't mean you can't, especially in deluxe bedding.


One King West Hotel & Residence
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Toronto is more modern than historic, with only a few standing buildings that have survived a century. The converted One King West Hotel Hotel is one of them. Formally a 1879 bank building, it has retained some of its historic touches (including...  Read More




The Park Hyatt hotel is located in Toronto's Yorkville district, which boasts great attractions such as the Royal Ontario Museum and some of the city's best shopping (and people watching, for that matter). It opened in 1936 with rates at $3 a...  Read More




The Windsor Arms has mix of historic charm and modern luxury. The hotel opened in 1927 in Toronto's Yorkville neighbourhood and immediately became a favourite with high-end travellers seeking high-end accommodations. There was a short period of...  Read More


Fairmont Royal York
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The historic Fairmont Royal York dates back to 1929 and was the place to stay during the golden age of railway travel. Conveniently located across the street from Toronto's Union Station, times may have changed, but the deluxe accommodations of...  Read More


Omni King Edward Hotel
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The King Eddy has been a landmark hotel in Toronto since it opened in 1903. For many years, it was the hotel where the rich and famous stayed when they came to the city. Sadly, the glitz and glamor faded until local investors poured millions of...  Read More


Ritz-Carlton Toronto
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The first Toronto location from this luxury global chain has secured a prime Toronto location, ideal for exploring the downtown core and theatres. With 53-stories, The Ritz-Carlton has the space for 267 hotel rooms on its first 20 floors and 159...  Read More


Shangri-La Hotel Toronto
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There is a whimsical look to the Shangri-La that warrants a second glance, even amidst the commotion of the busy location. University and King is one of the hubs of activity in Toronto and the Shangri-La keeps up, making their attention to...  Read More


Four Seasons Hotel Toronto
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The Four Seasons was started by a Canadian businessman and this Yorkville location has only been open since 2012. 55 stories high and in the heart of the glamorous, there are 259 guest rooms including 42 suites. This Toronto location of the...  Read More


The Hazelton Hotel
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The Hazelton Hotel is an exclusive five-star hotel that made its home in Toronto's posh Yorkville neighbourhood. It opened just before the annual Toronto International Film Festival in 2007, and every year it is filled with stars and elite...  Read More


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Meet Courtney Sunday

Courtney Sunday has lived in England, Switzerland, Canada and the US, finding her way into the professions of freelance writing and yoga teaching in between travel opportunities. She learned...  More About Courtney

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