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Cambridge Suites Toronto

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

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

With just 12 suites per floor, this self-dubbed boutique hotel focuses on service. — Fodor's

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

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

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

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InterContinental Toronto Centre

Entertainment District 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Attached to the Convention Centre, this hotel provides attentive service and excellent business facilities. The eighth floor is reserved for Priority Club business guests. — DK Eyewitness

With large, spacious rooms, a picturesque indoor pool, and an open-concept bar and restaurant right in the lobby, the hotel is ideal for business travelers, individual tourists, and families. — Oyster

Set in a 25-storey modernist building in the shadow of the CN Tower, this high-end chain outpost attracts both business travellers... and sports fans. — Zagat

Attached to the Toronto Convention Centre, this 586-room hotel attracts a lot of business traffic. — Time Out

How's this for a recommendation? President Obama stayed during the G 20. What's good enough for the "leader of the free world" should be good enough for most travelers. — Frommer's

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Pantages Hotel Toronto Centre

Dundas Square Area 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Tucked behind the Canon Theatre and around the corner from the Eaton Centre, this lifestyle hotel is one central mofo. — BlackBook

Rooms have a minimalist feel, with fluffy white duvets and funky leather chairs in the larger rooms, though the small bathrooms can be a letdown. — Time Out

A good choice for longer stays, each of the 89 rooms in this all-suite hotel, the closest to Yonge & Dundas Sq, Massey Hall and the Eaton Centre, have full bathrooms, kitchen and laundry facilities. — Lonely Planet

Deluxe modern accommodation with nice touches such as a washer and dryer in all rooms, and stunning city views from the windows of this 45-story hotel and condomini um tower. — DK Eyewitness

Clean lines, gleaming hardwood flooring, and brushed-steel accents exude contemporary cool at this hotel. — Fodor's

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Bond Place Hotel

Dundas Square Area 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Bond Palace Hotel Ideally located in the heart of downtown Toronto, this hotel is close to the Toronto Eaton Centre, the theater district, and other local attractions. — DK Eyewitness

Although it's a slightly aging high-rise, the spotless rooms of this downtown hotel are just 2min on foot from the Eaton Centre. — Lonely Planet

The 285-room Bond Place Hotel's sleek, minimalist rooms may be on the small side, but they're thoroughly modern. — Oyster

This straightforward, tower-block hotel is popular with package-tour operators and is handily located, just a couple of minutes' walk from the Eaton Centre. — Rough Guide

The location is right -- a block from the Eaton Centre, around the corner from the Canon and Elgin theaters -- and so is the price. — Frommer's

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DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Toronto Downtown

Dundas Square Area 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This is a solid midrange operation with the feel of a well-maintained Radisson — Star Service

Located in a prime downtown location, this sleek hotel provides a calm and relaxing environment where vacationers as well as business travelers can unwind. — Gayot

The upper-middle-range Doubletree by Hilton Toronto Downtown is well located within walking distance to popular Toronto attractions and the financial and business districts. — Oyster

This Asian-owned Metropolitan is less stylish than it likes to think it is, but it has tasteful and comfortable rooms with nary a floral in sight. — Time Out

Elegant contemporary decor and luxurious touches such as down duvets pamper travelers. — DK Eyewitness

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Hotel Victoria

Old Town & Downtown 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The early-20th-century Hotel Victoria is one of Toronto's best small downtown hotels. — Lonely Planet

A local landmark built in 1909, "the Vic" is Toronto's second-oldest hotel, with a long-standing reputation for service excellence. — Fodor's

This long-established, medium-sized hotel occupies an old high-rise in the heart of downtown. — Rough Guide

The second-oldest hotel in the city, this property is, thanks to a major makeover in 2010, also one of the trendier options downtown — Star Service

You'd never guess the Hotel Victoria's 56 cute rooms belong to a historic property. — Oyster

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Old Mill Toronto

Etobicoke 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This magical hotel offers pure, unadulterated indulgence. — Lonely Planet

An atmosphere of old-world British elegance permeates this luxurious property in a pastoral setting next to the Humber River and recreation trails. — Zagat

The Old Mill Toronto is a 100-year-old forest sanctuary that has a romantic lodge feel, with elegant dining options and 57 guest rooms. — Oyster

This landmark country inn located inside a sprawling metropolis captures the elegance of a bygone era — Star Service

Tucked into the Humber River Valley, the Old Mill is the only country inn within the city limits of Toronto. — Fodor's

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Hyatt Regency Toronto

Entertainment District 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Guest rooms are decorated in a chocolate, modern palate with clean-lined, contemporary furniture, iPod docks, and spa-inspired toiletries. — Fodor's

With a location in the middle of the Entertainment District and a short walk from the Financial District, this chain outpost works for those travelling for business or pleasure. — Zagat

Contemporary chain hotel with an Entertainment District location that’s close to hundreds of Toronto's best restaurants and attractions. — Jetsetter

The extensively renovated Hyatt is just a step away from the city’s entertainment district. Rooms overlook downtown and Lake Ontario. — DK Eyewitness

Once a gigantic, mediocre Holiday Inn, Hyatt stepped in, and this hotel has proven itself to be a top contender in the race for commercial superiority ever since — Star Service

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Courtyard Toronto Downtown

Dundas Square Area 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Renovated to within an inch of its identity in 2000, this towering hotel offers amicable service, a walk-to-everything location and all the usual mod-cons, including a gym, hot-tub and pool. — Lonely Planet

Good value and a super-convenient location underline this polished Downtown Toronto hotel, not to mention impeccable service and extensive events facilities — The Telegraph

The guest rooms aren't big, but they are comfortable, with smart features such as windows that open and additional sinks outside the bathrooms. — Frommer's

An indoor pool, whirlpool, exercise room, and sauna are among the amenities found in this comfortable 17-floor Marriott hotel. — DK Eyewitness

The large rooms, convenient location, attentive, friendly staff and breadth of facilities make the moderate rates a bargain. — Star Service

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Sheraton Gateway Hotel in Toronto International Airport

Toronto 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

It is by far the most convenient for transit passengers because it is connected to a terminal building, and airport improvements include a connection to all three terminals via automatic train. — Star Service

The upper-middle-range Sheraton Gateway Hotel Toronto Airport is the only hotel that’s actually at the Toronto Pearson International Airport. — Oyster

They named this hotel right -- it is both a gateway to the city and the closest sleep you'll get to the gateway to board a plane. — Frommer's

Attached to Pearson International Airport's Terminal 3, the Sheraton offers free newspapers, 24-hour gym and indoor pool. — Lonely Planet

For business travelers and quick layovers, it's hard to beat the location of this mid-range hotel right inside Pearson International Airport. — Fodor's

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The Strathcona Hotel

Old Town & Downtown 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A great location for this recently revamped hotel, which occupies a downtown sky-rise, its vaguely country-house-style foyer leading to well-equipped guest rooms. — Rough Guide

If you want to be in the Financial District but don't want to pay a bundle, this is a good option. — Frommer's

Guests enjoy the modern, updated rooms (including that rare type – a single), and use of a fitness club next door. — DK Eyewitness

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 street. — Time Out

This eco-friendly, mid-range hotel sits in the heart of Downtown Toronto, blocks from shops, restaurants and popular sites. — Oyster

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Renaissance Toronto Downtown Hotel

Entertainment District 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This is the world's only hotel completely integrated into a massive sports and entertainment dome. — Fodor's

Literally part of the Rogers Centre, it's the world's only sports-and-entertainment hotel. A dream for baseball fans. . — Insight Guides

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 and various concerts. — Time Out

Abutting the Rogers Centre, this fine, upscale Marriott offshoot actually occupies part of the Rogers Centre complex and is within easy walking distance of the CN Tower — Star Service

Seventy of the impressive rooms here overlook the Rogers Centre playing field – if you book one, be prepared for floodlights and hollering sports fans! — Lonely Planet

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Hostelling International Toronto

Old Town & Downtown 76 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The surrounding neighbourhood may have resisted gentrification, but the hostel is clean, well-run and a 5 min walk from the subway. — Rough Guide

Wonderfully social hostel, with a friendly staff... this is not only a good pick for budgeteers, but also for solo travelers. — Frommer's

This is a back-to-basics hostel whose 154 beds are mostly in dorms; the few private rooms have en-suite bathrooms. — Time Out

Simple dorms and private rooms at this one-and-a-half-pearl hostel are designed for guests seeking a place to sleep rather than to linger. — Oyster

This award-winning hostel doesn't look much from the outside, but gets votes for its rooftop deck and friendly staff. — Lonely Planet

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Baldwin Village Inn

Dundas Square Area 76 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

If only there were more small, affordable, family-run hotels in Toronto like the Baldwin. — Frommer's

Facing a leafy street filled with dim sum cafes and art galleries, the front courtyard is perfect for lounging about. — Lonely Planet

Well-established B&B in a handy location a brief walk from Chinatown and the AGO. Has six, a\c guest rooms with shared facilities, a lounge and a dining room. — Rough Guide

In the heart of quaint Baldwin Street and steps from Kensington's cafés and the university campus, this pretty, six-room inn offers a good location. — Time Out

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One King West Hotel & Residence

Old Town & Downtown 76 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The 370-room upscale One King West Hotel & Residence is an all-suite hotel converted from Toronto's historic Dominion Bank building. — Oyster

Each room is equipped with a kitchenette, fully stocked kitchen cabinets, and an eco-efficient washer and dryer. Its other tagline: a hotel to call home. — Star Service

One of the handsomest buildings in the Toronto skyline, the sleek One King West tower soars above the historic former head office of the Toronto Dominion bank with an effortless synergy. — Lonely Planet

Made up entirely of suites, this 51-story tower is attached to the old Dominion Bank of Canada (circa 1912) in the city's downtown business and shopping core. — Fodor's

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Toronto Marriott Downtown Eaton Centre Hotel

Dundas Square Area 76 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

It's a shopaholic's dream: a hotel in a mall -- and not just any mall, but downtown's mega mall, the Eaton Centre. — Frommer's

Located beside a shopping mecca, Toronto's acclaimed Eaton Centre, this hotel is dependable but somewhat drab — Star Service

Featuring a full business center with secretarial service, dedicated business guestrooms, and 18 meeting rooms, this 18-story hotel is conve niently located beside the Toronto Eaton Centre (see pp24–5). — DK Eyewitness

Guest rooms at the Marriott's flagship hotel in Canada are connected to Eaton Centre through an aboveground walkway. — Fodor's

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Residence Inn Toronto Downtown/Entertainment District

Entertainment District 76 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Steps from the Rogers Centre (former Skydome) and Entertainment District yet inconspicuous enough in location to be amongst condo dwelling urbanites. — BlackBook

A big hit with families and long-term visitors to Toronto, the modern suites at the Residence Inn come with full kitchens, spacious living and dining rooms, and comfortable bedrooms. — Fodor's

Perfect for longer stays or traveling with kids, this modern business/tourist hotel is in a prime location and has a variety of comfortable, functional room types, up to two-bedroom suites. — Lonely Planet

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Howard Johnson Hotel Toronto Yorkville

The Annex 76 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This hotel is a bargain in a very expensive neighborhood. — Frommer's

Your best bet for staying in Yorkville on a budget. — Time Out

To say HoJos is nothing flash could be the understatement of the decade, but it's the cheapest accommodations you'll find in ritzy Yorkville. — Lonely Planet

This Yorkville hotel with only 69 rooms offers good value and an excellent location, close to top attractions and shopping. Rooms are ample. — DK Eyewitness

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InterContinental Toronto Yorkville

The Annex 76 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This hotel, too, is one of the city's best, easily surpassing its more centrally located sibling InterContinental Toronto Centre. — Star Service

Stylish sleep surrounded by Yorkville’s boutiques and galleries, with an indoor pool, a pair of buzzy bars and award-winning food. — Jetsetter

Handsome and intimate, this outpost of the respected InterContinental chain is a two-minute walk from the Yorkville shopping area. — Fodor's

With eight floors and more than 200 rooms, the Intercontinental Toronto Yorkville isn’t a true boutique, but its many unique features ... give it a distinctive personality. — Oyster

Opposite the Royal Conservatory of Music is the seductive InterContinental. Nothing is lacking here, personalized attention from the multilingual staff complimenting round-the-clock business services. — Lonely Planet

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Templar Hotel

Entertainment District 75 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

An eight-year project of designer Del Terrelonge, the hotel serves as a gallery, with visual art and installations displayed on all floors. — Gayot

The location is a little odd (in the Entertainment District—crazy on weekends) yet close enough to all of the city's attractions that any design geek would be remiss not to book here. — Afar Magazine

Located just steps from the heart of downtown Toronto, Templar Hotel offers a one-of-a-kind city hotel experience, with just 27 uniquely decorated rooms. — Forbes Travel Guide

Considered "Toronto's Secret Hotel," The Templar is conveniently located in the city's entertainment and fashion district. — Travel + Leisure

The first Toronto member of the eminent Design Hotels group is housed in a strikingly modernist glass-and-aluminum frame. — BlackBook

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