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Find your place to stay in Toronto, the world’s most multicultural city


Toronto boasts more than 32,000 hotel rooms and many more B&B’s and regional resorts within an hour’s drive of the largest city in Canada.


Not only is Toronto the largest city but it is also the most multicultural city in the world – a fact which is reflected in the diversity of hotel and other accommodations in the city. From discreet five star boutique hotels like the Windsor Arms to world recognised brand name hotels like the Sheraton Centre Toronto, this city has a place to stay for everyone.


A selection of hotels must include the Fairmont Royal York, one the oldest hotels in the city and the choice of royalty for many years, and the Le Meridien King Edward – just around the corner from the Royal York – a hotel which is a study in luxury, service and taste.


Just across the street from the Toronto City Hall is the Sheraton Centre Toronto which offers a perfect location for business travellers , a close connection to the local arts scene and the biggest year-round swimming pool in Toronto (outdoor/indoor pool that is).


A few other iconic properties in Toronto would have to include the Toronto Four Seasons – this is the head office of Four Seasons Hotels – the Hazelton Hotel Toronto and the newly opened Trump International Hotel and Tower.


Where you decide to stay in Toronto will be somewhat determined by what you want to see and do in the city – shop, theatre, use the city as a base to explore the rest of Southern Ontario or business. No matter what your reason for visiting or desire in a hotel, there is a place for you in Toronto.


Toronto hotel reviews

Toronto's Fairmont Royal York: royalty, location and bees

The Royal York hotel in Toronto is an old imperial style hotel - built like a huge château and still retaining a sense of times past.