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Downtown Toronto Hotels

Our downtown Toronto hotels page provides you with links to help you book the major ones and information about nearby attractions. It also has links, at the bottom of the page, to our airport and 'rest of Toronto' hotels.



And to help you pre-book tours and attractions in Toronto, click on the 'Toronto Tours' link below and to the right.

The most prestigious of Toronto's downtown hotels is the Royal York on Front Street opposite Union Station and handy for the Hockey Hall of Fame.

It may only be 4-stars nowadays but it still has what it takes.

Also a good choice for attractions like the Hockey Hall of Fame and the waterfront is one of Toronto's older and more prestigious hotels, the King Edward Hotel on King Street, just to the east of Yonge Street. 

Downtown Toronto Hotels, Strathcona Hotel from Front Street

Nearby is the 5-star InterContinental, also on Front Street, opposite the Metro Convention Centre. Also nearby, on York St this time, is the 3-star Strathcona Hotel, handily placed for the entertainment district.

Also well-placed for the entertainment district is the 4-star Hilton on Richmond St West. Nearby, on Queen St itself, is another 4-star hotel, the Sheraton Centre.

A little farther north, at the Eaton Center, is the Marriott, also a 4-star hotel.

As promised, here's where you'll find the 'rest of Toronto' hotels and here for the airport hotels.

Downtown Toronto Hotels - Choosing Where to Stay

As you'd expect from a major international city, Toronto has more hotels than can possibly be mentioned on one webpage. The best strategy for selecting your hotel is to decide what you will be doing in Toronto. If you're here for the sports, a hotel near the waterfront or the downtown core, such as the Intercontinental or Strathcona, are best as all the major league teams for each sport are right there.

If you're here for the theater, stay at one of the downtown Toronto hotels such as the Royal York, or stay at the Sheraton Centre in the Queen and King St area just west of Yonge (if you're going to the Royal Alex or Princess of Wales theaters) are your preferred locations because that's where the principal theatres are. For shopping and the arts, consider the Drake Hotel on Queen Street West

Most hotels provide a free newspaper with your room rental. You may want to visit our Toronto newspapers to decide which one to pick, if you get a choice.

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Tours To Explore



Niagara Falls
Freedom Day Trip
from Toronto



Toronto Entertainment
District Tour



10-Day New England
and Canada Fall Foliage
Motor Coach Tour



Niagara Falls
Evening Lights
Day Trip from Toronto



Ultimate Toronto Tour



9-Day
Eastern Canada Tour



Private Tour:
Romantic
Toronto Helicopter Ride


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