Downtown Mississauga Executive Suites Sq1 apartment is perfect for backpackers or people who want to explore Mississauga for a good price. Enjoy your stay at Fairfield Inn & Suites Toronto Mississauga in Mississauga city center if you're on a modest budget. On a budget, you will find Four Points By Sheraton Toronto Airport within a short walking distance of EL Prado Reception Hall.
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Basement Apartment With Private Entrance And Garden View is a comfy apartment within walking distance to Cooksville GO railroad station.
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Luxury At 341 is set 15 minutes' walk to Cooksville Library and offers a cozy apartment with a golf course, free parking and free private parking.
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If you're looking to pamper yourself with a bit of luxury in Mississauga then enjoy the hospitality of Sheraton Gateway Hotel In Toronto International Airport in Mississauga where you can enjoy a sauna, an indoor swimming pool and hiking. Boutique hotels in the area include Comfort Inn Toronto Airport and Residence Inn By Marriott Toronto Mississauga/Meadowvale. Four Points By Sheraton Toronto Mississauga and Four Points By Sheraton Mississauga Meadowvale near Hahnermann College-Homeopathy should be at the top of your list if you prefer reliable service.
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Whitehall Suites - Mississauga is a standard B&B that is a 30-minute walk from Shri Siddhi Vinayak Mandir. Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Mississauga and Quality Inn Airport West could both be the family hotels that you're looking for close to Apollo Convention Centre. Admiral Inn Mississauga is a popular resort that also offers a sauna, an indoor swimming pool and tubing, so you and your entire family can relax after a day exploring Mississauga.
City Guide: Discover the best of Mississauga
Mississauga is a magnet for holiday-makers.
The city is a focal point for recreational activities for tourists across the world. More than 481 green parks, cultural opportunities and the famous Square One - known as the largest shopping mall in Ontario put Mississauga squarely in the focus of tourist interest.
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It took the city efforts to abandon the reputation of satellite suburbia to Toronto and became recognized outside Ontario. Sitting in the shadow of its western neighbor, Mississauga was often bypassed by travelers as simply a suburb of Toronto. Over time, Mississauga proved to be a distinct city and today only business unites it with Toronto. As Toronto grew economically, Mississauga took a different tack building low-density tract housing to preserve its small city charm.
This position of local government paid off, making Mississauga a really unique destination. Surprisingly, Mississauga is the only metropolis in Canada without a daily newspaper, television stations or commercial radio stations.
Despite the small town feel, Mississauga features all the comforts of a major destination. It is the 6th largest city in Canada covering 288sqkm of land. During the last two decades the city doubled in size and saw the largest population growth in Canada numbering 89,500 people in the period of 1991-1996. Today it has grown into Canada's sixth-most populous municipality with 668,549 residents.
It is startling growth for a city with farming roots. Mississauga thrived mainly on agriculture in the first half of the 20th century. The first cottages constructed within the city were fueled by the opening of Malton Airport in 1937. Soon the Queen Elizabeth Way highway intensified large-scale development in the area. In 1974 Mississauga became a city.
Today the biggest part of the city’s past is reflected in its numerous attractions.
- Port Credit, a historic area in the heart of Mississauga's Lake Ontario with many small restaurants
- Streetsville offers many shops, restaurants, and green areas to explore
- Art Gallery of Mississauga. A location for national and international contemporary art exhibits
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