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Ontario has a place to stay for everyone from city luxury to wilderness resort

 

Accommodations in Ontario offer something for everyone, from discreet luxury boutique hotels nestled on side streets in central Toronto to sprawling lakeside resorts north of the city.

 

The main tourist cities of Toronto, Niagara, Ottawa and Kingston all have hundreds of options and between these cities and in smaller cities and towns around the province there are historic inns and B&B’s, world class Spas, year round resorts, golf resorts, fly-in resorts and even resorts in the heart of Algonquin Provincial Park.


Of course Toronto holds the largest number of hotels, with a few of the best being the Sheraton City Centre (for those looking for a good business hotel right across from City Hall), The Windsor Arms (for those looking for the ultimate in discreet luxury) and the grand dame of them all, the Fairmont Royal York, host to royalty and celebrities alike.


Cottage country starts 100 km north of Toronto and is home to vacation rentals, resorts and scores of hotels. Whether it is a family hotel on the world’s longest freshwater beach (Wasaga Beach), a B&B in the historic French villages in Eastern Ontario, a boutique inn in wine country, a fly-in fishing lodge in the near north, a classic old hotel in Ottawa or a luxury destination in Toronto, Ontario truly has something for everyone.

 

Toronto city hotel sampler:

 

Sheraton Centre Hotel Toronto

 

Royal York Hotel


Outside of the city accommodation sampler:  

 

The Briars is a country house hotel, nestled on the shores of Lake Simcoe, north of Toronto. With a golf course, lakeside swimming, tennis, swimming pools, and kilometres of walking trails, the Briars is more than just another resort. Three generations of the Sibbald family - who own the Briars – treat guests like an old friend of the family.

 

East of Toronto travellers will come to a small retreat called St Anne’s. Built like a small stone castle, this spa hotel nestles in a huge property with many hiking trails and, best of all, fantastic spa treatments and incredible food.  One of the best ways to arrive at St. Anne’s is via VIA – Canada’s passenger rail service. 

 

For a more wilderness focused experience, travel north to Algonquin Park and stay at Arowhon Pines Resort. Rustic accommodations and absolutely sublime food...and you are likely to see moose from the dining room porch.