|Most expensive month:||February|
|Average price in Downtown:||£174/night|
|Cheapest price found:||£43/night|
|Most expensive day:||Wednesday|
Super 8 by Wyndham Downtown Toronto
222 Spadina Avenue, Toronto, ON, Canada
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Chelsea Hotel Toronto
33 Gerrard Street West, Toronto, ON, Canada
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Holiday Inn Express Toronto Downtown
111 Lombard Street, Toronto, ON, Canada
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Downtown Toronto has a vitality that can appease every visitor's mood. The heart of a city and metropolitan area that stretches for hundreds of square kilometres, this central suburb can be a place for endless shopping, big business, iconic tourist attractions and vibrant entertainment. It's a suburb where historic buildings juxtapose comfortably with futuristic towers, where trendy boutiques look across to famous museums and a place that celebrates the diversity of modern Canada. While definitions of Downtown Toronto are continually fluctuating, the area is widely considered to be within the blocks created by the major streets of Jarvis, Bathurst, Dupont and Front.
Skyscrapers dominate the skyline in the south of Downtown Toronto, where the city's financial district is located. Chinatown and Koreatown have their distinctive flavours while the Queen West area is a modern hub of shopping malls and restaurants. Harbourfront has an indelible waterside charm while The Annex is for exploring vintage stores and secondhand bookshops. St Lawrence Market is where the city's oldest architecture can be found, and the atmosphere is very different from cosmopolitan Kensington Market. For Toronto's museums head to Discovery District, while for luxury shopping and restaurants there's nowhere that can rival Bloor-Yorkville. And at the very heart of Downtown Toronto is Yonge Street, bustling all day and all night with an infectious enthusiasm and sense that anything is possible.
Downtown Toronto can get congested, and the local authorities highly recommend that visitors travel on public transport. The extensive local transport system includes subway lines which intersect in Downtown, along with numerous street cars. These travel along the area's major roads, providing a view of the sights while connecting distinct areas of Downtown. The express train from Pearson International Airport to Downtown Toronto covers the 28 kilometres in 25 minutes. Intercity buses arrive at Bay Street Terminal while trains converge on Union Station.
There's always something unique happening in Downtown Toronto. History can be celebrated by admiring the townhouses of St Lawrence or uncovering the antiquities of the Royal Ontario Museum.Modern flavours can be sampled at the neighbourhood goods section of Kensington Market, while the Art Gallery displays the best of old and new Ontario artists.
DoubleTree by Hilton Toronto Downtown, rated with a score of 7.7 from 3,567 reviewers, is one of the most popular hotels in Downtown. Other top stays include Fairmont Royal York, with an average rating of 8.6 from 3,482 reviewers, and Chelsea Hotel Toronto, with a score of 7.5 from 4,801 reviewers.
Reviews of DoubleTree by Hilton Toronto Downtown recommend it as a good place to stay near Union Station, scoring 7.7/10 from 3,567 ratings.
DoubleTree by Hilton Toronto Downtown is rated 7.7 from 3,567 reviews and is close to CN Tower.
Close to Scarborough Town Centre you will find Best Western PLUS Executive Inn, which has a rating of 8.1 over 78 HotelsCombined reviews.