Toronto Boutique Hotels

Toronto boutique hotels divulge Toronto’s style through cutting edge hotel design, a fierce dedication to providing the most modern amenities, and a graciousness exhibited through lavish backdrops and hospitality. More and more downtown Toronto boutique hotels are boldly underlining their values with green-geared programs, initiatives, and one-of-a-kind offerings promoting healthy and sustainable living—a welcome trend that’s growing.

Toronto accommodations at Madison Manor Boutique Hotel, a revamped Victorian-era abode offering 23 elegant rooms, are excellent. The hotel is ideal for guests seeking modern amenities with a private and intimate atmosphere. Location is key in Toronto and most Toronto boutique hotels open in an area convenient to city attractions and amenities. Madison Manor sits close to the St George and Spadina subway stops, making public transportation accessible and easy to use. The hotel is also near restaurants and shopping anchored by the University of Toronto school campus. Guest suites offer a country inn feel and feature details like private balconies, alcove picture windows, and cozy fireplaces.

Downtown Toronto boutique hotels such as Le Germain offer great nightlife, plenty of easily reached city events, and quick access to the best of downtown. Stylish Toronto accommodations at Le Germain feature nature-inspired elements throughout such as bamboo, organic cotton, slate tiles, and private outdoor terraces with apartment suites. Eight suite choices range from Superior to four deluxe two-story apartment suites. Downtown Toronto boutique hotels like Le Germain never falter in hotel services either. Le Germain offers a roof-top terrace for dining and drinks, a sleek hotel lounge, and onsite restaurant and bar, a rooftop putting green, and 24-hour valet service.

Toronto boutique hotels like The Gladstone (pictured) sit in a league akin to The Drake Hotel, attracting hip crowds, hosting exciting events, and offering memorable vacations. The Gladstone has experienced a number of rebirths—no surprise for one of the oldest luxury hotels in Toronto. Most recently The Gladstone was renovated to reveal original details and authentic Victorian-era architecture. The family-run enterprise strongly supports local arts hosting art exhibits and shows, screenings, and live performances. Each of the 37 guests suites differs from the next from convivial and offbeat to sleek and cultured. For choice luxury and one of the best suites of any Toronto boutique hotels, choose the two-story Corner Suite where a turret houses the bedroom and panoramic views of Lake Ontario and the city are only one of the many top-notch details.

From downtown Toronto boutique hotels to boutique establishments in the Financial District, Yorkville, and the Distillery District, visitors have a host of options to customize to personal needs. Together, Toronto accommodations paired with an array of elaborate and thoughtful services each cater to a certain lifestyle rather than just offering an extravagant place to sleep. From the best Toronto boutique hotels, guest can explore Toronto’s best like Harbourfront, the AGO, and Kensington Market, and know they will return to have all needs and wants fulfilled with exceptional personal attention.

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