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Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel - Toronto - Building
Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel
8 Very good
Downtown$378+
$378+
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
Pet friendly
Spa
Bisha Hotel Toronto - Toronto - Bedroom
Bisha Hotel Toronto
8.7 Very good
Downtown$477+
$477+
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
Pet friendly
Toronto Airport Marriott Hotel
7.9 Good
Etobicoke$205+
$205+
Airport shuttle
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
Pet friendly
King Blue Hotel Toronto
8.9 Very good
Downtown$390+
$390+
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
Pet friendly
The Ritz-Carlton Toronto
9.2 Wonderful
Downtown$599+
$599+
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
Pet friendly
Spa
Le Germain Hotel Toronto
8.5 Very good
Downtown$413+
$413+
Free Wi-Fi
Pet friendly
Hyatt Regency Toronto
8 Very good
Downtown$366+
$366+
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
Pet friendly
Spa
Soho Hotel Toronto
8.9 Very good
Downtown$443+
$443+
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
Pet friendly
Spa
Gladstone House
8.6 Very good
West End$376+
$376+
Free Wi-Fi
Pet friendly
Chelsea Hotel Toronto
7.2 Good
Downtown$258+
$258+
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
Pet friendly

Toronto hotels near Scotiabank Arena

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Radisson Blu Toronto Downtown - Toronto - Pool
Radisson Blu Toronto Downtown
8.2 Very good
Downtown$412+
$412+
Free Wi-Fi
Pool
One King West Hotel and Residence - Toronto - Living room
One King West Hotel and Residence
8.5 Very good
Downtown$401+
$401+
Free Wi-Fi
Fairmont Royal York
8.4 Very good
Downtown$383+
$383+
Pool
Pet friendly

Top Toronto hotels with parking

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Hampton Inn by Hilton Toronto Airport Corporate Centre - Toronto - Building
Parking
Airport shuttle
Old Mill Toronto - Toronto - Building
Old Mill Toronto
8.4 Very good
Etobicoke$334+
$334+
Parking
Spa
Est Hotel
6.2 Okay
Etobicoke$180+
$180+
Parking
Free Wi-Fi
Stay Inn
8.6 Very good
Etobicoke$198+
$198+
Parking
Free Wi-Fi
Deluxe Inn
6.5 Okay
Etobicoke$124+
$124+
Parking
Free Wi-Fi

The 10 best hotels in Toronto

Discover the top hotels in Toronto handpicked by local expert Julia Eskins.
Julia Eskins
December 6, 2023

No matter how often you visit Toronto, there’s always somewhere new to explore and stay. Canada’s largest city is a fast-growing multicultural hub, with more than 150 diverse neighborhoods and 230 ethnicities contributing to its vibrant mosaic. As the city continues to expand, so does its variety of hotels. From art-filled boutique hotels in historical buildings to sleek wellness-driven retreats, there are accommodation options for every kind of traveler. Staying downtown will offer you easy access to the city’s top landmarks, but basing yourself in the east end or west end will immerse you in up-and-coming areas with locally loved restaurants, small galleries, and independent shops. Some hotels double as hangouts for residents like myself, especially if they come with a rooftop bar, celebrity chef-helmed restaurant, or award-winning spa. As a local, I’ve enjoyed my fair share of weekend staycations in my own backyard. Here are my picks for the best hotels in Toronto.

1.

Four Seasons Hotel Toronto

Address:

60 Yorkville Avenue

Price:

$374-1794/night

One of the best luxury hotels in the city, Four Seasons Hotel Toronto is the place to go for next-level pampering. The sleek and sophisticated 259-room property overlooks the upscale neighborhood of Yorkville, where guests can enjoy Michelin-starred restaurants and designer boutiques.
The hotel’s restaurant, Café Boulud, excels in French cuisine, while the more casual bar offers a see-and-be-seen atmosphere for cocktails and shareable plates. The pièce de résistance, however, is the Forbes Five Star-rated 30,000-square-foot spa.
I recommend booking a massage or manicure and pedicure here after enjoying the indoor pool, hot tub, and robe time. After a night in one of the signature cloud-like beds, you’ll check out feeling more relaxed than ever.

2.

1 Hotel Toronto

Address:

550 Wellington Street West

Price:

$375-1516/night

Steps away from the restaurants and bars of King Street West, 1 Hotel Toronto offers a prime position for those looking to wine and dine during their stay. But the hotel offers more than just a convenient address.
Nature-inspired interiors accented with local driftwood, plants, and reclaimed timber deliver a refreshing contrast from the concrete jungle outside. And a rooftop pool allows guests to cool off with skyline views in the summertime. The pet-friendly hotel’s 91 guest rooms and 21 suites feature thoughtful details like filtered water taps, yoga mats, in-room greenery, and soft cotton robes.
And with a calendar of “happenings” ranging from concerts to fitness classes, you’ll want to explore beyond the room. During my stay, I had a delicious brunch at the hotel’s zero-waste restaurant, 1 Kitchen, and dropped by a pop-up farmer’s market to pick up some Ontario produce.

3.

The Drake Hotel

Address:

1150 Queen Street West

Price:

$208-924/night

You can’t talk about the best boutique hotels in Toronto without mentioning The Drake Hotel. The property has been an arts and culture hub on Queen Street West for nearly two decades and boasts a live music venue, multiple atmospheric bars, and a long-standing restaurant.
With rotating art exhibits and events, it’s as popular with travelers as it is with locals. I’ll often pop in for a cocktail at the Sky Yard rooftop bar, and I always recommend friends stay in the Modern Wing. The contemporary extension to the original 19th-century building has 32 design-forward rooms and an expertly curated collection of original art from Canadian and international artists.
Inside, you’ll find artist-designed wallpaper, terrazzo-clad showers, Malin + Goetz bath products, and locally sourced mini-bar snacks. While there’s usually a fun event happening, the neighborhood is dotted with top-rated restaurants, bars, and galleries to explore.

4.

Shangri-La Toronto

Address:

188 University Avenue

Price:

$313-3163/night

Located in the Entertainment District, Shangri-La Toronto is close to the shops on Queen Street West, the Art Gallery of Ontario, and the Financial District. Most of the 202 guestrooms offer impressive city views, ample space, and amenities for business travelers, and some suites have private terraces and bathtubs with panoramic vistas.
The health club features a 65-foot lap pool, which is rare for a Toronto hotel. I’m a big fan of the hotel’s Miraj Hammam Spa, which offers an array of Turkish-style bath rituals and body treatments. The lobby bar is a chic spot year-round, with vintage fashion installations, but it especially comes alive during the festive season.
The Four Seasons Centre, home to the National Ballet of Canada, is across the street, so Shangri-La is an excellent place to start the night with a Nutcracker-themed high tea or cocktails before the show.

5.

The Broadview Hotel

Address:

106 Broadview Avenue

Price:

$123-1090/night

Housed in a meticulously restored 19th-century building, The Broadview Hotel is a celebrated east-end focal point. Its 58 rooms feature elevated amenities like vinyl record players and mini-bars stocked with goodies from local businesses.
Located in the quaint neighborhood of Riverside, which feel like a close-knit village in the big city, the hotel is ideal for those looking to explore a lesser-visited area. And with the downtown core only a 20-minute streetcar ride away, you’re not far from the main tourist sights. The hotel has several stellar restaurants and bars, including a bistro that serves hearty brunch.
The biggest draw, however, is its rooftop. The space offers a glass-encased dining area and a terrace for enjoying views of the Toronto skyline and the Don River while mingling with residents and travelers alike. It gets busy on weekends, so make a reservation.

6.

Hotel X Toronto by Library Hotel Collection

Address:

111 Princes' Boulevard

Price:

$278-1023/night