The 7 Best Hotels In Toronto

The 7 Best Hotels In Toronto

Toronto is one of those great cities that has hotels for everyone – from old-school glamour and style to trendy Instagrammable boutique hotels. We’ve put together the seven best hotels to stay in when visiting Toronto.

There’s nowhere better to lay your head after a day of exploring…

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1. The Ivy at Verity

This beautiful boutique hotel has just four rooms, each with a large outdoor terrace overlooking a private 18th century courtyard, hand-crafted Italian linens and a deep soaking tub. Breakfast is delivered straight to your door each morning – you won’t want to check out.

Hotels Toronto

2. Four Seasons Hotel Toronto

The Four Seasons Hotel Toronto is ideally located in Yorkville, Toronto’s main district for shopping and restaurants. Sleek rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows with city views and iPads that you can request room service on.

Four Seasons Hotel Toronto

3. The Drake Hotel

Not only is this a seriously slick hotel to stay in, it’s also home to Sky Yard, one of the best rooftop patios in the city, or for the Drake Underground as a favourite music venue for artists and concert-goers alike.

The Drake Hotel in Toronto

4. Hotel X Toronto

This stylish resort-style hotel has a rooftop pool,  rooftop SkyBar and a hot yoga studio, spinning studio, pilates, and a spa. Not only that, rooms are exceptionally comfy and the entire hotel is pet friendly.

Hotel X Toronto

5. Bisha Hotel Toronto

Bisha Hotel Toronto is a sleek high-rise hotel with a rooftop pool and views of the CN Tower. Rooms are funkily decorated – think crushed velvet, and a geometric carpet with 1970s nostalgia. There’s even an entire floor with rooms designed by Lenny Kravitz.

Bisha Hotel Toronto

6. The Omni King Edward Hotel

Dating back to 1903, this luxury downtown hotel has 301 rooms with old-world charm and beautiful marble bathrooms. It also has a popular Afternoon Tea in the conservatory which a must-do.

The Omni King Edward Hotel

7. The Anndore House

A creative hotel with real soul, rooms here come with vinyl players and rainforest showers. The hotel is a short stroll from parks, all types of fitness, galleries, theatre, live music, unique boutiques and nightlife.

The Anndore House

Sarah Clayton-Lea

Co-founder of Big 7 Travel, Sarah created the company through her passion for championing the world's best food and travel experiences. Before her career in digital media, where she previously held roles such as Editor of Food&Wine Ireland, Sarah worked in the hospitality industry in Dublin and New York.

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