Toronto

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9
Midtown
18 reviews
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
9
Midtown
17 reviews
Stepping through a discreet check-in area, guests are personally ushered through plush hallways to palatial guest rooms with sumptuous furnishings. — Fodor's
9
Queen West, Chinatown & Little Italy
19 reviews
This arts-oriented, 19-room boutique hotel, originally a derelict apartment block, still maintains the high hip quotient it has enjoyed since it opened — The Telegraph
9
Queen West, Chinatown & Little Italy
15 reviews
Seriously sleek design, sweeping city views and built-in nightlife in Toronto’s trendy King West Village. — Jetsetter
9
Downtown
13 reviews
One of Toronto’s newest luxury hotels (in a city filled with new luxury hotels), Shangri-La Toronto stands out for its blend of modern luxury with traditional Chinese décor. — Forbes Travel Guide
9
Downtown
15 reviews
The Windsor Arms is an exquisite piece of Toronto history – stay the night or drop in for afternoon tea. — Lonely Planet
9
Queen West, Chinatown & Little Italy
15 reviews
This renovated heritage property dates back to the 19th century but now lives firmly in the 21st, with 37 unique, artist-designed rooms plus public spaces that are constantly buzzing with events. — Zagat
9
Downtown
14 reviews
There are better options for the price. — Lonely Planet
9
Downtown
17 reviews
Situated in the entertainment district, Hôtel Le Germain is housed in a converted red-brick warehouse with a stainless-steel and glass façade. — Travel + Leisure
8
Midtown
14 reviews
Ooh-la-la! The sophisticated Park Hyatt has an impressive circular drive with fountains and a rooftop skyline lounge. — Lonely Planet
8
Old Town & Downtown
15 reviews
Built by the Canadian Pacific Railway in the 1920s, this big (over 1,300 rooms) luxury landmark combines historic character with leading-edge environmental practices. — Zagat
8
Downtown
13 reviews
Sister to the original Metropolitan, the SoHo Met joins a clutch of swanky hotels in the Entertainment District. — Time Out
8
Old Town & Downtown
10 reviews
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
8
Old Town & Downtown
13 reviews
The glorious 'King Eddy' is Toronto's oldest hotel, named for King Edward VII, who gave it the royal seal of approval over a century ago. — Lonely Planet
8
Old Town & Downtown
12 reviews
Located in the heart of the city's financial district, adjacent to the arty Hotel Victoria, this particular boutique operation is an all-suite standout. — Star Service
8
Downtown
9 reviews
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
8
Old Town & Downtown
8 reviews
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
8
Downtown
9 reviews
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
8
Downtown
11 reviews
The 977-room Westin, with its two 34-storey waterfront towers, offers dreamy views of both Lake Ontario and the entire city — The Telegraph
8
Dundas Square Area
10 reviews
This is full-service urban resort in downtown Toronto is Canada's largest hotel, and it has the pros and cons that come with such a distinction — Star Service
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