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Four Seasons Hotel Toronto

Yorkville 95 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A scene-stealing skyscraper with a talked-about restaurant and stellar spa in downtown’s swankiest ‘hood. — Jetsetter

Located in the epicentre of TIFF universe in Yorkville. Blue Chippers conduct some major business ventures in a setting of old world elegance. — BlackBook

One of the newest additions to the city, Four Seasons Hotel Toronto occupies a gleaming blue glass tower in the elegant Yorkville neighborhood. — Forbes Travel Guide

Coddling its guests with every comfort, and in a prime Yorkville location, this hotel is a favorite with celebrities. — DK Eyewitness

The staff, used to dealing with visiting movie moguls during the Toronto International Film Festival, is assiduously attentive. — Concierge

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from $384

Drake Hotel Toronto

Queen West, Chinatown & Little Italy 94 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Entertainment, original art, good food, a sky terrace, a hip neighborhood, and unique touches... make this a favorite with the cool kids. — Frommer's

A former flophouse has been transformed into a hip, artsy boutique hotel. Rooms, decorated in an eclectic mix of vintage and modern, are small but well-designed to maximize space. — DK Eyewitness

Located in the newly gentrified area of the Art and Design District, the 19-room Drake Hotel has funky decor and a design that fits in nicely with the neighborhood. — Oyster

Naysayers say the Drake tries too hard to be cool, but it has certainly brightened up West Queen West. — Time Out

For anyone who wants to live hard, party with locals, and see the city's younger, hipper side, there's no better place to lay your weary head. — Concierge

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from $189

Gladstone Hotel

Queen West, Chinatown & Little Italy 94 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The hip public rooms are now a hive of cultural activity, with offerings ranging from burlesque shows to indie bands, and the Melody Bar hosts the city's most colorful weekend karaoke. — Frommer's

In a handsome, red -brick building dating from the 1880s, the Gladstone follows the dictum "new ideas in old buildings". — Rough Guide

From teeny bopper to urban explorer to Canadian forest, the 37 artist-designed rooms at this refurbished hotel are stylish and fun. — Lonely Planet

In the heart of Toronto's trendy Queen West art and design district, the Gladstone Hotel is a well-loved art hotel and a hot spot for Toronto's hipsters and creatives — Star Service

Stay in one of the 37 artist-designed rooms at the Gladstone, Toronto's longest-running hotel, and you'll be feeling the design vibe by morning. — Afar Magazine

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from $189

Hotel Le Germain Toronto

Entertainment District 93 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Like its sister properties elsewhere in Canada, the Le Germain Toronto is a modern Euro-designy hotel with a comforting vibe. — BlackBook

Immaculate, chi-chi boutique hotel kitted out in the full flourish of modern style, from the handsome foyer... through to the stylish, well-appointed guest rooms. — Rough Guide

This 122-room boutique hotel is centrally located in the heart of the Entertainment District. — Oyster

Contemporary architecture and touches such as a library with cappuccino bar, an exercise room with an open-air terrace and a rooftop putting green distinguish this outpost of a boutique hotel group. — Zagat

Toronto waited too long for a hotel like Le Germain, which opened in 2003. Designed by Lemay Michaud Architecture Design, its 122 rooms and suites feature downy beds and Aveda toiletries. — Concierge

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from $207

The Hazelton Hotel

Yorkville 93 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Understated, sumptuous decor by noted local design firm Yabu Pushelberg extends from the common areas... to the accommodations at this Bloor-Yorkville luxury boutique hotel. — Zagat

Toronto’s Hazelton Hotel is a big-city bacchanal of high thread-count linens, fine dining, and seductive spa treatments. — Mr & Mrs Smith

This 62-room, 15-suite, boutique hotel opened in the city's ritziest mixed-use neighborhood, midtown's Yorkville, in summer 2009. — Travel + Leisure

This intimate, 77-room boutique offers top-notch luxury. — Oyster

A favorite with jetsetters, Toronto’s first five-star hotel is located in the heart of Yorkville. It boasts glamorous Hollywood-style rooms and the city’s best celebrity-spotting bar. — DK Eyewitness

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from $298

Windsor Arms Hotel

Yorkville 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This exemplary small hotel is nestled on a quiet street an easy stroll from Yorkville, Toronto's most fashionable shopping and entertainment district — Star Service

Personal service is writ large in this elegant hotel with just 28 guest rooms, located on the first four floors of a 14-story building. — DK Eyewitness

Open fires, columns, stained-glass windows and Georgian-style furniture characterize the interior, as do the creams and browns of the extremely comfortable guest suites. — Rough Guide

It is very fitting that this discreet property is located in between historical University of Toronto and trendy boutique-ville Bloor/Yorkville. — BlackBook

Old-world elegance and Victorian style permeate this historic boutique hotel set in a building dating back to 1927. — Zagat

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from $297

Thompson Toronto - A Thompson Hotel

Queen West, Chinatown & Little Italy 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Famed hotelier Jason Pomeranc storms into the burgeoning Toronto scene with this adult amusement park. — BlackBook

Its location in King West Village puts it a short walk from the entertainment, art and design, and financial districts, as well as stellar shopping. — Travel + Leisure

This swank downtown property is the first Canadian outpost of the New York-based boutique chain, and it lives up to all the hype and expectations of the brand. — Frommer's

This Canadian outpost of the New York–based boutique chain brings a dose of hip style to its King West location. — Zagat

We love Thompson Toronto – it's just so LA. — Lonely Planet

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from $197

The Ritz-Carlton, Toronto

Entertainment District 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This "stylish, cutting-edge" hotel—opened in 2011 between Toronto's theater and financial districts and near the CN Tower—"lives up to the hype." — Condé Nast Traveler

This very luxe property, which opened in 2011, delivers on the brand's reputation for attentive service, refined style, and excellent amenities. — Frommer's

Floor-to-ceiling windows frame expansive views of Lake Ontario in the Lake View One Bedroom Corner Suite.     . — Travel + Leisure

This is one of the top picks in Toronto for demanding CEOs and leisure travelers looking for attentive service and stunning interiors. — Star Service

The Ritz-Carlton is one of many luxury hotels erected during Toronto’s construction boom of the past five years. — Afar Magazine

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from $365

Park Hyatt Toronto

Yorkville 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

From a perilous start during the Great Depression, the building that houses the Park Hyatt Toronto in the Yorkville area has evolved with the times. — Travel + Leisure

The sophisticated, 291-room Park Hyatt has all the trappings you'd expect from one of Toronto's top luxury hotels. — Oyster

Park Hyatt Toronto offers an excellent base for exploring the Canadian city as it is just steps from department stores like Holt Renfrew and cultural venues including The Royal Ontario Museum. — Forbes Travel Guide

At the Park Hyatt Toronto, guests will find all of the amenities they need for a relaxing, enjoyable urban vacation. — Gayot

Conveniently located near the subway, museums, and upscale boutiques and galleries of Toronto’s swish Yorkville neighborhood, the Park Hyatt Toronto originally opened in 1929. — Afar Magazine

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from $189

Fairmont Royal York

Old Town & Downtown 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A landmark in the heart of Toronto, The Fairmont Royal York finds itself situated minutes away from the city’s entertainment, shopping and financial districts. — Gayot

Dominating the skyline for decades after it was built in 1929, the Royal York is the Canadian grande dame of the Fairmont chain. — The Telegraph

Across from Union Station, this large hotel has been a Toronto landmark since 1929. The magnificent lobby is a fitting backdrop for the many heads of state who have stayed here. — DK Eyewitness

Storied downtown Toronto sleep with iPad check-in, underground city access, a gastropub and locavore dining. — Jetsetter

The Royal York, which officially opened in 1929, is one of Toronto's grand dames of hotels. — Travel + Leisure

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from $217

Shangri-La Hotel Toronto

Entertainment District 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A glittering 66-story glass tower in central Toronto, equidistant from the city's entertainment and financial districts. — Condé Nast Traveler

Located in the heart of the downtown core, the Shangri-La Toronto is mere steps away from the Art Gallery of Ontario, the theater district, the waterfront, and plenty of high-end shopping. — Travel + Leisure

This hotel has broadened the luxury category in Toronto and has become a fabulous mainstay for locals and visitors alike. — Star Service

Brimming with Asian-inspired elegance and an international flavour, the warm and welcoming Shangri-La embodies total luxury. — The Telegraph

This hotel, opened in 2012, embodies the attention to service for which the Shangri-La brand is beloved while putting an art-focused twist on its traditional East-meets-West aesthetic. — Fodor's

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from $318

SoHo Metropolitan

Entertainment District 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Modern entrepreneurs and low-key celebs choose this 92 room luxury boutique hotel to rest their eyes or for their extended stays while shooting on location. — BlackBook

Have a seat in the lap of luxury. With heated floors in the bathrooms, private dressing rooms, floor-to-ceiling windows and top-end linens, you'll have all the pampering you can handle. — Lonely Planet

Sleek sleep in downtown Toronto with spa-like bathrooms, a buzzy bar and bakery. — Jetsetter

Lovers of luxury adore this boutique hotel in the Entertainment District. — DK Eyewitness

SoHo Metropolitan, in the heart of the downtown entertainment district, proclaims to be the city's most stylish hotel with substance. — Gayot

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from $175

Executive Hotel Cosmopolitan

Old Town & Downtown 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Zen-inspired apartment-style hotel near Toronto’s waterfront, with a steakhouse and spa. — Jetsetter

Attention to soothing details makes this hotel a true urban oasis. — Gayot

Call it zen, call it nirvana, call it dharma. Whatever it is, it's clear the designers of this 97-suite downtown hotel went all oriental on its ass. — BlackBook

This all-suite hotel is centrally located in the heart of Toronto’s Financial District, within walking distance to some major attractions. — Oyster

Billing itself as a "boutique Zen hotel," the Cosmopolitan is an affordable downtown hotel with an aesthetic that seems way out of its price range. — Concierge

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from $145

The Adelaide Hotel Toronto

Old Town & Downtown 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The new darling of the Financial District, this 65-story, hotel-and-condo tower from the well-known luxury hotelier has taken Toronto by storm. — Fodor's

This is ostensibly a condominium-hotel, with owners able to place their units in the rental pool when they are out of town. — Star Service

The Adelaide Hotel – formerly the Trump International – is all crystal and caviar — The Telegraph

Words to describe Trump Toronto's oversized, modern guest rooms: sumptuous, decadent, bold, indulgent. — Lonely Planet

This 261-room Trump property is one of Toronto's top luxury hotels, located conveniently in the city's Financial District near many tourist sights. — Oyster

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from $274

The Omni King Edward Hotel

Old Town & Downtown 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Among the amenities, guests will find plasma TVs, cable TV, iPod docking stations, high-speed Internet, laptop-size safes and mini-bars. — Gayot

Old-world elegance is the aesthetic at this historic, century-old hotel that projects a classic British ambience, complete with afternoon tea service and a clubby bar area. — Zagat

Still, at The King Eddie, as locals affectionately call it, guests are treated like royalty, and the staff is a great highlight here. — Star Service

Possibly the most historic hotel in Toronto, the King Edward has had a reputation for elegance for over 100 years. — Oyster

Victoria's Restaurant is popular with the power-breakfast crowd and serves high tea later in the afternoon. — Concierge

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from $184

Hilton Toronto

Entertainment District 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Across the street from the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, the 32-story Hilton has big rooms and business-minded luxuries... A dependable choice for business travelers. — Frommer's

Located in the city’s 17-mile underground mall, the 600-room Hilton Toronto is well-connected to shopping and sights and has its own on-site Ruth's Chris Steak House, Starbucks, restaurant, and bar. — Oyster

The rooms have asymmetrical furniture and sleek fixtures that are both modern and comfy. — Time Out

Everything that you'd expect from a Hilton. — Fodor's

A surprisingly sleek high-rise, where even the standard rooms have Web TV, high-speed internet access and an on-demand CD library. — Lonely Planet

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from $167

Chelsea Hotel, Toronto

Dundas Square Area 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A huge, family-friendly hotel that's close to many attractions, this 1,590-room chain property appeals to a broad audience. — Zagat

This entrally located hotel is within walking distance of the city’s best shopping districts, world-class theaters, vibrant nightlife, and exciting attractions. — DK Eyewitness

As Canada's largest hotel, this property has the pros and cons that come with such a distinction, but while similar in size to the Sheraton Centre, it is much less confusing in design — Star Service

Guest rooms here are bright and cheery, and a few have kitchenettes. — Frommer's

With nearly 1600 rooms, Toronto's largest and arguably best-value hotel caters to all people. — Lonely Planet

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from $164

Hotel Le Germain Maple Leaf Square

Harbourfront 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Germain group is on a mission to change the face of boutique hotels across Canada, and after staying at their Toronto property, I can say that are doing a very good job. — Afar Magazine

It's a perfect location for anyone with tickets to the ACC... but if you're not into the events and the Centre is open for business, you might prefer the original Germain Toronto. — Frommer's

Rates are very fair, and when you look at location, amenities and guest room quality, this place is a prize for the right client. — Star Service

This 167-room property, a part of the Maple Leaf Square complex, is a modern hotel with a convenient downtown location. — Oyster

This stylish, 167-room boutique property is run by the Quebec-based, family-owned Le Germain chain — The Telegraph

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from $190

The Ivy at Verity

Old Town & Downtown 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Ivy is Toronto’s most clandestine hotel, one of the city’s best-kept secrets — Afar Magazine

Toronto's classiest hotel is also one of the most distinctive. — Rough Guide

With its understated entrance, this four-and-a-half-pearl hotel feels secluded despite being located within half a mile of popular shopping and dining areas. — Oyster

This boutique hotel has just four rooms, each one luxuriously appointed with Hastens hand-crafted beds... fine linens and furnishings, and a private terrace. — Frommer's

The Ivy is Toronto’s smallest boutique hotel, featuring just four richly textured and vividly coloured rooms — The Telegraph

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from $249

Cambridge Suites Toronto

Old Town & Downtown 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Enjoy spacious two-room suites and an intimate atmosphere at Cambridge Suites Hotel in downtown Toronto. — Gayot

Across Church St., and closer to the center than the superior Grand Hotel & Suites, this reliable, reworked all-suite option is far more stylish than its Halifax sibling. — Star Service

An excellent midrange choice, this all-suite hotel has spacious, good-looking rooms with separate living and kitchen facilities. — Lonely Planet

The emphasis at this all-suite hotel is comfortable home-away-from-home amenities, which makes it popular for extended stays. — Frommer's

Excellent service is standard at this hotel offering two-room suites only. — DK Eyewitness

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from $145
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