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Where to stay in Toronto? Best neighbourhoods + Hotels

Looking for the best place to stay in Toronto?

Follow the guide, we have listed and detailed for you the best neighbourhoods to sleep in in Toronto as well as the best accommodation.

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Here are our 3 favourite accommodations listed by price category:

🚨 These hotels are among the most popular, so don’t delay in booking. Plus, they offer free cancellation, so don’t worry if you change your mind.

The Annex Hotel is an inexpensive hotel located in the city centre close to points of interest. The rooms are spacious and very bright. The terrace is well exposed and offers superb views. Book here.

❤️ The One King West is a modernised 1914 hotel that has retained all the sparkle, charm and elegance of its past. In a great location, the St. Lawrence Market and Hockey Hall of Fame are less than 10 minutes’ walk away. Book here.

The Omni King Edward Hotel is an absolutely sublime 4-star hotel! Located in the travellers’ favourite neighbourhood, 2.9 km from Cherry Beach, 600 metres from St. Lawrence Market. The rooms are spacious and very comfortable. Book here.

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Downtown: the authentic area to stay in Toronto

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It’s interesting to sleep in downtown Toronto because it’s in the Old Quarter and has the highest concentration of skyscrapers in the country.

It’s here, in this district that is the beating heart of the city, that you’ll discover authentic Canadian culture and have a great time.

This area of Toronto is home to old houses, over 600 retail shops, select restaurants and 150 bars.

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It’s also home to some iconic buildings, such as the St. Lawrence Market, named the “best in the world” by National Geographic.

Downtown Toronto also holds a special place on the financial circuit, as it is home to the Toronto Stock Exchange, the seventh largest in the world.

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5 things to see and do in Toronto’s downtown district

  • Visit Nathan Philips Square, with its ice rink in winter
  • Visit St. Lawrence Market
  • Explore Toronto’s underground system by taking the Path, a series of corridors that connect different shops and buildings, perfect for sheltering from the snow and cold in winter
  • Visit the Royal Ontario Museum, or ROM
  • Take a stroll through the historic Distillery district

Here are our 3 favourite accommodations in this district, sorted by price category:

Note: Don’t delay as these hotels are among the most booked in Toronto.

The Annex Hotel is an inexpensive hotel located in the city centre close to points of interest. The rooms are spacious and very bright. The terrace is well exposed and offers a superb view. Book here.

❤️ The One King West is a modernised 1914 hotel that has retained all the sparkle, charm and elegance of its past. In a great location, the St. Lawrence Market and Hockey Hall of Fame are less than 10 minutes’ walk away. Book here.

The Omni King Edward Hotel is an absolutely sublime 4-star hotel! Located in the travellers’ favourite neighbourhood, 2.9 km from Cherry Beach, 600 metres from St. Lawrence Market. The rooms are spacious and very comfortable. Book here.

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Where to stay in Toronto? Yorkville

Yorkville is one of the country’s iconic shopping districts. It is home to one of the most expensive shopping streets in the world, namely The Mink Mile.

A shopping Eldorado, the street is dotted with boutiques selling exclusive luxury brands such as Gucci and Chanel.

Further west, the Royal Ontario Museum is one of Toronto’s, and indeed Canada’s, most priceless attractions.

Just a few metres from Yorkville is the Gardiner Museum.

This is Canada’s national ceramics museum and is considered one of the few specialist museums in this field in the world.

Whether just window-shopping or you’re ready to dip into your wallet, Yorkville to dip into your wallet, Yorkville is home to a plethora of designer boutiques luxury department stores and independent shops covering everything from fashion everything from fashion and footwear for men and women, to accessories, cosmetics and interior design.

We also recommend a visit to the Bata Shoe Museum, which offers a fascinating and different take on the history of footwear.

The museum houses the world’s largest and most comprehensive collection of shoes and shoe-related objects.

You’ll find a large international collection with over 13,000 artefacts spanning 4,500 years of history.

The most prestigious part of the museum contains a large collection of famous including Terry Fox’s running shoes, Robert Redding’s cowboy boots robert Redford’s cowboy boots, and Elvis Presley’s blue patent loafers Presley’s blue patent loafers.

5 things to do and see

  • Go shopping
  • Visit the Toronto Reference Library
  • See a movie at the Cineplex Varsity & VIP
  • Visit the ceramics museum
  • Visit the Bata Shoe Museum

Here are our 3 favourite accommodations in this district, sorted by price category:

Note: Don’t delay as these hotels are among the most booked in Toronto.

The Annex Hotel is an inexpensive hotel located in the city centre close to points of interest. The rooms are spacious and very bright. The terrace is well exposed and offers a superb view. Book here.

❤️ The One King West is a modernised 1914 hotel that has retained all the sparkle, charm and elegance of its past. In a great location, the St. Lawrence Market and Hockey Hall of Fame are less than 10 minutes’ walk away. Book here.

The Omni King Edward Hotel is an absolutely sublime 4-star hotel! Located in the travellers’ favourite neighbourhood, 2.9 km from Cherry Beach, 600 metres from St. Lawrence Market. The rooms are spacious and very comfortable. Book here.

Harbourfront

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Located on the northern shores of Lake Ontario, the Harbourfront district is part of Toronto’s waterfront waterfront area of Toronto, which has been a crucial maritime and industrial maritime and industrial zone.

The neighbourhood is dotted with a variety of art galleries, event spaces and and four craft workshops specialising in metal, glass, textiles and ceramics textiles and ceramics.

At Harbourfront you’ll find great lakeside restaurants (such as the Pie Bar and the Goodman Pub), gardens, a periodic ice rink and a small shopping centre, the Queen’s Quay Terminal.

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We we also recommend a visit to Bluffer’s Park, with its pristine sandy beach beach, picnic areas, walks and lookouts.

The beach is a place where you can swim and cool off in crystal-clear, high-quality, shallow water.

However, the most impressive feature of the beach is undoubtedly the Scarborough Bluffs, cliffs that stretch for around 15 km along the shore of Lake Ontario, with their crest rising 90 km above the coruscating waters of the lake.

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5 things to see and do

  • Explore the Toronto Islands
  • Visit the Music Garden
  • Visit the Queen’s Quay Terminal shopping centre
  • Attend courses and workshops at Harbourfront Centre
  • Enjoy seafood on the waterfront

Here are our 3 favourite accommodations in this district, sorted by price category:

Note: Don’t delay as these hotels are among the most booked in Toronto.

The Annex Hotel is an inexpensive hotel located in the city centre close to points of interest. The rooms are spacious and very bright. The terrace is well exposed and offers a superb view. Book here.

❤️ The One King West is a modernised 1914 hotel that has retained all the sparkle, charm and elegance of its past. In a great location, the St. Lawrence Market and Hockey Hall of Fame are less than 10 minutes’ walk away. Book here.

The Omni King Edward Hotel is an absolutely sublime 4-star hotel! Located in the travellers’ favourite neighbourhood, 2.9 km from Cherry Beach, 600 metres from St. Lawrence Market. The rooms are spacious and very comfortable. Book here.

Entertainment District

This is one one of Toronto’s most famous neighbourhoods. This entertainment district home to some of the best theatres and arts centres in the country in the country.

If in this part of Toronto, you can expect a wide range of cultural attractions a wide range of cultural attractions.

John Street is home to some of the city’s top attractions, including the CN Tower, the Rogers Centre and the Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada – opened in 2003 and home to over 16,000 marine species.

You’ll find one of the richest displays of jellyfish and the largest collection of sharks in North America.

The imposing CN Tower is a landmark for adrenaline junkies.

Climb to the roof, 356 metres above the city, at EdgeWalk and walk hands-free for half an hour on the metal ledge that runs around the tower’s main gondola.

It’s impressive, but you need to be brave and not be afraid of heights!

5 things to see and do

  • Visit the CN Tower
  • Ripley Canada Aquarium
  • Have a drink at the Steam Whistle brewery
  • Visit Rogers Centre
  • Visit the Toronto Railway Museum

Where to stay in Toronto? Chinatown

Chinatown is the liveliest and most dynamic neighbourhood in Toronto. What’s more, it’s the largest Chinatown in North America!

This lively, bustling district is a rich cocktail of restaurants, shops, bars and cafés.

You’re sure to be impressed by the harmony of sights, sounds, smells and tastes that envelop the area and intoxicate every visitor.

In in addition to being a dream destination for gourmets, Chinatown is the perfect place where you’ll find a high concentration of budget accommodation, including backpacker backpacker hostels and boutique hotels.

Thanks to its proximity to Toronto’s major attractions, visitors to Chinatown can visitors to Chinatown can enjoy all the benefits of the downtown core without downtown without spending a lot of money.

5 things to see and do

  • Taste food from around the world at Kensington Market
  • Discover over 90,000 works of art in the collection of the Art Gallery of Ontario
  • Browse small shops selling crafts, arts and other curiosities in Baldwin Village
  • Cool off at Arctic Bites
  • Enjoy great Asian food on a budget at Banh Mi-Boys.

West Queen West

West Queen West is not only one of Toronto’s trendiest neighbourhoods, but according to Vogue Magazine, it’s the second most exclusive neighbourhood in the world.

Lively, bustling and full of fun, this central Toronto neighbourhood is the perfect place for the city’s young, creative and ingenious to gather day and night, for a bit to remake the world in their own way.

West Queen West offers an elegant and harmonious patchwork of historic architecture and innovative food.

This is where fashionistas and connoisseurs mingle with designers, writers and taggers. From upmarket galleries to trendy bars, there’s always something sensational to suit all tastes in West Queen West.

5 things to see and do

  • Enjoy a pint at the Bedford Academy, a sophisticated and cosy pub
  • Listen to and dance to the best alternative and grunge music at Lee’s Place
  • Visit the Bata shoe museum
  • Take a cultural break at the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM)
  • Drink exotic and delectable martinis at Proof Vodka Bar

Downtown West

Downtown West is a large district in the centre of the city. This area is home to Toronto’s most famous and symbolic tourist attractions, particularly the CN Tower and the Hockey Hall of Fame.

It’s also the perfect place to stay in Toronto for families.

Here you’ll find Toronto’s Inner Harbor, where you can take a cruise and discover Toronto in a whole new way.

You’re sure to marvel at the panoramic sight of the CN Tower, which looms majestically over the horizon, as you cross lagoons before reaching the Toronto Islands.

The Central West is also perfect for families with children.

Home to a variety of family activities and attractions, this part of the city is well connected and easy to get around on foot.

5 things to see and do

  • Enjoy great drinks and a surreal atmosphere at Sweaty Betty’s, a cosy bar with a rustic outdoor terrace
  • Relax on a sunny afternoon in Trinity Bellwoods Park
  • Stroll through Graffiti Alley, where the walls are the scene of colourful works by talented local street artists
  • Eat succulent smoked and grilled meat at Smoque & Bones
  • Or enjoy succulent cuisine and innovative cocktails at the Church Aperitivo bar

More information on Toronto’s neighbourhoods

In Toronto, there’s hardly any room for boredom. Every day, you’ll discover something new and original, and experience moments that are sometimes unusual and other times subtle.

And it’s no coincidence that it’s ranked as the best city in which to live, and is the favourite destination for tourists travelling to Canada. It’s the hub of business, art, culture and entertainment.

You can spend your day visiting heritage buildings or browsing cultural exhibitions in Yorkville.

Or you can relax in High Park or the Toronto Botanical Gardens.

If you’re a fan of thrills and spills, try the thrilling Sky High attraction, a hands-free ride on the edge that revolves around the roof of the CN Tower, some 350 metres above sea level.

For a dose of sports, you can go to an American football match at the Rogers Centre Centre, then take a photo with the legendary Stanley Trophy at the Hockey Hockey Hall of Fame.

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