Best Hotels Toronto Ontario

If you’re looking for best hotels Toronto Ontario has to offer then you’ve come to the right place. Most of these hotels provide spacious accommodations and many will offer a penthouse suite. Renting a penthouse with a group is a particularly wise decision. Not only are you getting the best hotels Toronto Ontario can provide you are also getting them at a reasonable price, as group travel allows for cost-splitting. Most penthouses and luxury accommodations come with at least two bedrooms. Let’s take a look at some background information on Toronto before we get to these best hotels Toronto Ontario has for you below.

Toronto, the capital and most populous city of Ontario, has a population of over 2.8 million people. For over 10,000 years people have been living in and traveling through the Toronto area. In 1793 the British established the city of York after the Toronto Purchase, when the Mississauga people surrendered the area to the British Crown. During the Anglo-American War in 1812, York was overrun by the United States and incorporated as the city of Toronto.

Today, tourism in Toronto is driven by the city’s arts, business and sports. Summer temperatures in Toronto enjoy pleasant average highs at around 77 degrees while winters are more suitable for hockey season, averaging near freezing. Major points of interest include: Downtown, Casa Loma, Scarborough Bluffs, Royal Ontario Museum, Distillery District, Nathan Phillips Square, Rouge National Urban Park, Royal Alexandra Theatre, Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, Roy Thomson Hall, Princess of Wales Theatre, Royal Alexandra Theatre, Massey Hall, Toronto Centre for the Arts, Elgin and Winter Garden Theatres, Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, Ontario Place, Hockey Hall of Fame, Scotiabank Arena, Rogers Centre, Coca-Cola Coliseum and BMO Field. Now that you have a little background information on the city, let’s get you to the best hotels Toronto Ontario has out there, penthouse-style!

 

 

Four Seasons Hotel Yorkville

60 Yorkville Avenue

Best Hotels Toronto Ontario

What’s Around?

Four Seasons Hotel Yorkville offers and expansive spa, a fitness center, an indoor lap pool, a hot tub, free WiFi and wired internet, thick terry bathrobes, floor to ceiling windows, multilingual concierge service, a 24-hour business center, babysitting and child care services. Nearby you’ll find: Cafe Boulud (French restaurant), Spa at Four Seasons, Buca (restaurant), Fat Lamb Kouzina (Greek restaurant), Portici Pizzeria, Bhoj Indian Cuisine, Rebel + Beauty (beauty salon), Erol Custom Tailor, outHERE (boutique), Mindful Movement (yoga studio), Gilla Salon & Spa, The Brow House (beauty salon), Scollard Variety & Deli, Dessert Lady, Blu Ristorante and more.

Toronto Public Library, Holt Renfrew – Bloor Street and Manulife Centre are 0.1 miles, Yorkville is 0.2 miles, Hazelton Lanes Shopping Centre, Panasonic Theatre and George R. Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art are 0.3 miles, Royal Ontario Museum is 0.4 miles, University of Toronto is 0.7 miles, Ryerson University is 1 mile, Casa Loma is 1.1 miles, Yonge-Dundas Square is 1.2 miles and Pearson Airport is 11.3 miles from this location.

 

Approximate cost per night (deluxe one bedroom): $1,057

Cost per person (three people): $353

Approximate cost per night (presidential suite): $10,701


 

 

 

The St. Regis

325 Bay Street

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What’s Near?

The St. Regis has a full-service spa, spacious rooms, skyline views, flat-screen TVs, free WiFi, iPod docks, spacious bathrooms with stone-topped vanities and in-mirror TVs, free bottled water, tea and coffee machines, a juice bar, an indoor pool and a fitness center. Close you may partake at: The National Club (event venue), Starbucks, Thread Culture (men’s clothing store), GNC, M Models and Talent (modeling agency), Hy’s Steakhouse, John & Sons Oyster House, The Wine Academy, Purdy’s Chocolatier and more.

From here Scotiabank, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Bank of Montreal, Toronto-Dominion Bank, Hudson’s Bay Queen Street and Old City Hall are 0.1 miles, New City Hall, Nathan Phillips Square, Hockey Hall of Fame and TD Centre are 0.2 miles, Four Seasons Center for the Performing Arts and Toronto Eaton Center are 0.3 miles, Toronto Symphony Orchestra and Yonge-Dundas Square are 0.4 miles, Casa Loma is 2.4 miles and Pearson Airport is 11.9 miles.

 

Approximate cost per night (grand deluxe suite): $670

Cost per person (four people): $168

 

 

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Luxury Penthouse Bremner

65 Bremner Boulevard

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Scotiabank Arena

Offering 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, jaw-dropping views, air conditioning, a living room, a fully-equipped kitchen, a flat-screen TV, a fitness center, an outdoor pool, free WiFi, a 24-hour front desk, a shared lounge, a restaurant, a playground and a terrace, Luxury Penthouse Bremner is close to: Miku Toronto (Japanese upscale restaurant), BeaverTails (dessert shop), Tallship Cruises, The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery, Harbourfront Theatre, The Wine Shop, Roundhouse Park, Steam Whistle Brewing, Evviva Breakfast and Lunch, Harbour 60 (steak house), Scotiabank Arena, Sur Gallery (art gallery), Loblaws (grocery store) and more.

Scotiabank Arena is 0.1 miles, Union Station is 0.2 miles, Islands Ferry Service, BCE Place, Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada, Harbourfront Centre, Royal Bank of Canada, Sony Centre for Performing Arts, Hockey Hall of Fame and CN Tower are 0.3 miles, Toronto Symphony Orchestra and Rogers Centre are 0.4 miles, The Distillery District is 1.2 miles and Pearson Airport is 12 miles from this penthouse apartment.

 

Approximate cost per night (penthouse): $1,158

Cost per person (sixteen people): $73

 

 

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Luxury Sub-Penthouse

Grosvenor Street

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Downtown

With 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, free WiFi, city views, a balcony, air conditioning, a fully-equipped kitchen with dishwasher and microwave, a flat-screen TV, a fitness center, an indoor pool, a sauna, a hot tub and a 24-hour front desk, Luxury Sub-Penthouse is close to: N15 Hair Salon, D Spot Dessert Cafe & Bistro, Nando’s, Sutherland Chan (massage therapist), The Sound Post (musical instrument store), Toronto Police Museum and Discovery Centre, The Yoga Sanctuary, 401 Games Downtown, Tabac Cuban Cigars, Hair Of The Dog Neighbourhood Pub and Restaurant, Kintaro Izakaya (restaurant), Riddle Room (escape room), Sansotei Ramen, Hone Fitness, Yonge St. Tattoos and more.

From here Women’s College Hospital is 0.1 miles, Buddies in Bad Times Theatre is 0.2 miles, Maple Leaf Gardens and Toronto General Hospital are 0.3 miles, Queens Park, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, Ryerson University and Panasonic Theatre are 0.4 miles, University of Toronto and Yonge-Dundas Square are 0.5 miles, Royal Ontario Museum and Toronto Eaton Center are 0.6 miles and Pearson Airport is 11.5 miles from this apartment.

 

Approximate cost per night: $424

Cost per person (four people): $106

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Thompson Toronto

550 Wellington Street West

Best Hotels Toronto Ontario

What’s Going On?

Thompson Toronto has a penthouse suite, a rooftop pool and bar with views of the Fashion District, a modern fitness center, 24-hour front desk service, on-site valet, self parking, designer linens, bath amenities, mini-bars and is located close to: Rooftop Lounge (Thompson Toronto), Schultz Beauty, Smoke Signals Tattoo, Victoria Memorial Square, My MeatBall Place (restaurant), WVRST (restaurant), Forno Cultura (bakery), Lee (Asian fusion restaurant), Laissez Faire (restaurant), Hammam Spa, Ascari (restaurant), The Parlour Restaurant, Barioche Doree (cafe) and more.

You’ll find Fort York 0.3 miles, InterAccess Electronic Media Arts Gallery, Second City Toronto and Toronto Music Garden 0.5 miles, TIFF Bell Lightbox, Trinity Bellwoods Park and Rogers Centre 0.6 miles, Metro Hall, Princess of Wales Theater and CBC Museum and CN Tower 0.7 miles, Exhibition Place and Toronto Symphony Orchestra 0.8 miles, Casa Loma 2.5 miles and Pearson Airport 11 miles from this location.

 

Approximate cost per night (penthouse suite): $2,693


 

 

 

 

LUX Penthouse

12 York Street 5707

Best Hotels Toronto Ontario

Heart of Toronto

With 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, free WiFi, a fully-equipped kitchen, air conditioning, a hair dryer, a flat-screen TV, a fitness center and a 24-hour front desk, LUX Penthouse is near: Evviva Breakfast and Lunch, Longo’s Maple Leaf Square (supermarket), Corks Beer & Wine Store, ScotiaBank Arena, Steam Whistle Brewing, Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada, Library Bar, UP Express (cafe), Roy Thompson Hall and more.

Scotiabank Arena is 0.1 miles, Harbourfront Centre and Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada are 0.2 miles, Union Station, CN Tower, Islands Ferry Service and BCE Place are 0.3 miles, Royal Bank of Canada, Rogers Centre, Hockey Hall of Fame, Toronto Symphony Orchestra and CBC Museum are 0.4 miles, Four Seasons Center for the Performing Arts is 0.6 miles, St. Lawrence Market is 0.7 miles, Toronto Eaton Center is 0.8 miles and Pearson Airport is 12 miles from this locale.

 

Approximate cost per night (two bedroom): $500

Cost per person (six people): $125

 

 

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City Center Penthouse

15 Iceboat Terrace

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Toronto Blue Jays

City Center Penthouse has 2 bedrooms, free WiFi, air conditioning, a flat-screen TV, a dining area, a fully-equipped kitchen, a balcony with lake views, a fitness center, a bar, a pool table and ping pong. Close you’ll see: CAFE, Bobo Tea & Juice, The Morning After (restaurant), The Beauty House (salon), Empire Customs (men’s clothing store), Jumblies Theatre, Hopscotch (restaurant), Herc’s Nutrition (health food store), Spokehaus (gym), Big Hit Kickboxing Studios, Mi Ne Sushi, Rogers Center and more.

Toronto Music Garden and Fort York are 0.3 miles, Rogers Centre, Second City Toronto and HTO PARK are 0.4 miles, TIFF Bell Lightbox, CN Tower, InterAccess Electronic Media Arts Gallery, CBC Museum and Metro Hall are 0.5 miles, Harbourfront Centre and Toronto Symphony Orchestra are 0.7 miles, Scotiabank Arena, Exhibition Place and Four Seasons Center for the Performing Arts are 0.9 miles, Yonge-Dundas Square is 1.4 miles and Pearson Airport is 11.2 miles from here.

 

(pricing based on availability)

 

 

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Gorgeous View Penthouse

85 Queens Wharf Road

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And Here?

Gorgeous View Penthouse features 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, free WiFi, air conditioning, a fully-equipped kitchen with dishwasher and electric tea pot, a dining area, a flat-screen TV, a patio with lake views, a grill, an indoor pool and free parking. Please note that with this penthouse towels and sheets require an extra fee. This penthouse is near City Centre Penthouse. If you have a larger group that is perhaps attending a Blue Jays’ game you might consider both places simultaneously.

 

Approximate cost per night: $360

Cost per person (four people): $90

 

 

 

So there you have them, the best hotels Toronto Ontario has to offer, particularly for group travel. We hope you have found inspiration in this post and most importantly, that you enjoy your Toronto stay!

35 Replies to “Best Hotels Toronto Ontario”

  1. Nice article, I also would like to advice Oakville Ontario Hotels, If your looking for a hotel to lodge in during your visit then your in luck! That’s because this city features a large number of hotels and motels to choose from that are available in a wide range of prices. Remember though, as you make your selection that with so much to see and do there, you definitely won’t be spending too much time in your suite!

  2. Toronto is a wonderful city and I have connections there, from following professional sports teams to friends that I have known for years. There is always something to do there and the atmosphere is great every time I go. The one thing that I have not tried while there to now is staying in a penthouse!

    That will change as I see that there are some really great places to stay and at a reasonable cost. The next stay there will be one of the options that you have mentioned. I likely will invite some of my friends to stay with me and we will make it a nice weekend filled with good food, fun, and exploring. 

    I took the liberty of checking on some prices for these places and most were surprisingly reasonable when using a group stay plan, as you mentioned. That is the way to enjoy the massive spaces that you get with a penthouse in any case, and if planned properly, can be a memorable experience. I love the ideas that I get coming to your website! Thanks…

  3. I am not sure what I was expecting from the best hotels in Toronto but I was certainly well educated. A review of Toronto and what it has to offer had me wanting to visit and take a look around.

    When it comes to the hotels there was a lot more information than I was expecting with a good description of what was in the surrounding area, with the distances you need to travel to get to the sights mentioned.

    An excellent review that can be used for visitors to help them decide where they would like to stay.

    Derek

  4. Very interesting article, I have never been to Toronto although I have family there. When I see those hotel images I wish I go there immediately. Honestly, it is not so expensive but I have two small kids who are not yet ready to travel. Anyway, I will visit this city sooner or later, thank you for sharing these amazing hotels.

  5. I;m so glad I bumped into this review. I wanted to go to Toronto later this year hence, I’ve heard it snows there and the weather is the opposite than my locating. I really want a hotel with luxury and affordable.I once rented a room where there was no microwave, no coffee and the restroom was tiny; I hardly fit :/

    1. So sorry to hear about your previous travels Linda 🙁 You’ll never have to worry about spaciousness when choosing one of these locations, so at least there’s that.

  6. Great article. I am currently planning a road trip through Canada, so I found this very helpful. You are very thorough and informative in your reviews and I appreciate how you listed the tourist attractions nearby each hotel. The pictures make each of these look so amazing I want to go there! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  7. I like the fact that I am reading this right now. you really never know what expect in a place you have never been before. And I love the interior decor in the images. The hotels are so beautiful. I have a couple of friends in that city. it will be a great idea to plan a trip, to reconnect with friends and get a feel of the total ambiance of Ontario.

    Great post. 

  8. I have stayed in quite a few hotels in my time, Greece, Fuerteventura, Spain but i have to admit these places look absolutely breathtaking, I’ve never stayed in a penthouse before but after seeing these I think it’s time I did.

    I would simply love to visit Toronto and it certainly would be an unforgettable experience if I could stay in one of these places.

    Visiting your website has given me some ideas and put me in the mood for getting away for a week or maybe two, I’m quite pleased that I came and read your website, thank you.       

  9. Toronto Ontario is a beautiful place and have visited it several times and even walked past the 12 York Street 5707 and hadn’t realised how stunning it was inside and the view looks amazing 

    I might have to see if I can check in there next time I visit and it is in quite a central location to the places I normally go to when I’m there

    Thanks for showing me inside some of the buildings that I have walked past a lot and thanks for giving me new ideas of where to stay in Toronto Ontario 

  10. This is the first time me and my family we will be traveling to Toronto, Canada and as advised, we will be bringing with us a lot of cold-weather clothes. But in what I understand with hotels like these, they have heaters installed to keep their customers warm. Perhaps, instead of worrying about the freezing cold, our minds should be focused on how to best enjoy the place, the scenery and the relaxing view from the hotels. 

  11. This looks like a trip worth paying for. I love that you included all the great hotels in torronto. Its good to go to a place that someone else reveiw as a nice get-away holiday vacation. 

    I’ll definitely be bookmarking this for later to show my husband. But overall great article and all the best to you.

    Aabidah

  12. I have never stayed in a penthouse before and your article caught my eye because I went to Toronto last spring.  I have been thinking of returning to the city more often and I did not realize how affordable a penthouse could be if I traveled within a group.  It is an option I will now consider as the penthouses look beautiful and spacious and are near some areas of the city I am already familiar with.

  13. I looked forward to reading your Blog Post on luxury hotels in Toronto because when I landed in North America many years ago, this was my home town. When I visited the Toronto Dominion High Rises, the tower of the CN Tower was hoisted by Sikorsky helicopters for installation. I love this city.

    So refreshing to see you include prices. I was amazed that a few of them were in the affordable price bracket. Great looking properties. 

    My favorite is with price not being an option is Thompson Toronto mainly for the fantastic vista of the Toronto Skyline. That must look even more spectacular at night. Naturally it was also the most expensive. 

    The one that is in my budget is The Luxury Sub Penthouse. The other would be the St. Regis. 

    Toronto has changed a lot since I lived there. The sports, entertainment and theatre venues have blossomed. I found it ironic to read that the acoustics of their “new” concert hall, The Roy Thompson Hall had to be fixe. 

    Thanks for sharing these great places to stay in for a visit to the great city of Toronto. 

  14. Hi I have been to Toronto, but only for a few hours waiting for a connecting flight to Calgary. I would love to have stopped over for a few nights to explore. These places look amazing! I like the look of Grosvenor Street. I am planning a trip to Canada next year. Hopefully I will be able to stay there, just need to organise everyone first.

  15. 65 Bremner BLVD was my favorite on the list, and I was happy to see the cost-effective $73 per person as well. Not a bad price at all. I agree that even by judging the photo, the views are quite jaw-dropping, with the beauty of the Toronto skyline in the background. I would definitely be in love with this place early and often. Best yet, the Hockey Hall of Fame and Rodgers Centre is also nearby. 

  16. Hi, I’ve never been to Toronto (or Canada), but even just the view from those hotels makes me want to visit there. Out of the accommodation options you introduced, I would probably go for Gorgeous View Penthouse, because it´s not too “over the top”. However, it has a gorgeous view as the name suggests. 

  17. nice article! I am looking for a place near Air Canada though. I’ve never been to Toronto, but I would like know what are the residential places nearby, and what are the things you can do in the vicinity. I am planning to go there by next year, hopefully. 🙂 Anyway, thanks for sharing these information! Big big help! I thought it going to be that expensive there in Toronto.

  18. nice article! I am looking for a place near Air Canada though. I’ve never been to Toronto, but I would like know what are the residential places nearby, and what are the things you can do in the vicinity. I am planning to go there by next year, hopefully.  Anyway, thanks for sharing these information! Big big help! I thought it going to be that expensive there in Toronto.

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