You should consider staying in Isabella Hotel And Suites, which is around 0.9 miles away from this landmark. Days Inn By Wyndham Toronto East Lakeview is an affordable choice that will place you only a 10-minute walk from the city center. Kensington Market House provides budget accommodation and is situated on the edge of Fort York National Historic Site. Students and travelers on a budget will find the affordable Neill-Wycik Backpackers Hotel near College metro station, that offers room rates from 57US$.
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Where to stay in Toronto?
Best cheap hotels in Toronto
Toronto airports & Subway stations
If you're looking for hotels near Pearson airport when you have an early or late flight, The Westin Toronto Airport and Alt Hotel Toronto Airport are the closest options. One King West Hotel & Residence is a 4-star hotel only 300 feet from King metro station, it comes with a sauna, a rooftop terrace and a lap pool. The Omni King Edward Hotel is a 4-star choice that is only a 10-minute walk from Toronto Union train station.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
If this is your first visit to Toronto or you prefer a little hustle and bustle, stay at Mcgill Inn B&B close to the city center in The Village district. A cheaper option in the center is Hi-Toronto Hostel, which comes at 69US$ per night. If you prefer Etobicoke district, try Old Mill Toronto, which is a 4-star hotel situated within walking distance of Grenadier Pond.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Toronto
Cambridge Suites is a chic choice that is only a 10-minute walk from the center of Toronto and a 15-minute walk from Maple Leaf Gardens. Soho Metropolitan is a boutique hotel that overlooks the terrace, and features a tennis court, a sauna and a patio, a short walk from Elephant & Castle restaurant. Chain hotel you might consider is Four Seasons Hotel Toronto, within walking distance of Toronto City Hall, featuring 551US$.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
Livingsuites Toronto is an affordable apartment that is only a 15-minute walk from Galerie Christin featuring an indoor swimming pool and a patio. If you are looking for a B&B in Toronto, Atlas Suites - Cn Tower & Convention Centre Toronto is a valid option in Bloor-Yorkville district not far from Hudson's Bay Queen Street. Crowne Plaza Toronto Airport is a great place for a trip to Toronto that comes with an outdoor swimming pool, a sauna and a patio. Guests traveling to Toronto should consider one of the 78 resorts, such as Radisson Hotel Toronto East, which offers an indoor swimming pool, a Jacuzzi and a private swimming pool with views of the city.
City Guide: Discover the best of Toronto
Toronto is an echo of New York City.
It's not in the sense that The Big Apple casts a shadow over Toronto, but in the way famous actor Peter Ustinov put it - ''Toronto is like New York, as run by the Swiss". This is true whether you are about culture, population or cityscape in Toronto or New York it doesn't matter as they are almost the same.
It’s just Toronto is more efficient.
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Both cities – New York and Toronto - are well recognized worldwide for their cosmopolitan face. Toronto is a mix of different cultures from Chinese, Latin American, and South Asian and on, interwoven into the 2.5 million population. Even though New York outnumbers the quantity of residents in Toronto, the high-rises have pushed Toronto ahead.
In Toronto’s Harbour front district looms the world's second tallest structure - the CN Tower at a height of 553.33m surpassed only by the Burj Khalifa in Dubai. This is what you can see above Toronto, but the most interesting is underneath it.
When in Toronto, please note that everything on its surface is just the tip of the iceberg.
''Underground Toronto'' is a place to test your nerve as right there beer-perfumed air absorbs the sounds of Canadian hardcore made by hands of rapper Abdominal, heavy metal from Anvil band and groovy punk music by Cancer Bats band all authentic Canadians.
Toronto's underground city stretches out over 11km with eateries, shops, banks, and medical offices. Other attractions include;
- Art Gallery of Ontario, the largest art gallery in Canada
- CN Tower, the second tallest free standing structure, at over 500 meters tall
- Spadina House, a historic mansion dating from the 1860s
- Toronto City Hall, a complex of two buildings forming a semi-circle overlooking Nathan Phillips square
-Toronto Zoo, one of the best in the world
These landmarks bear a stamp of Toronto long history as people have lived there since ice age, while urban community dates back to 1793 when British colonists founded ''Town of York'' and later just Toronto – this destination is within your reach with just a click at Booked.net.