Downtown Toronto Hotels

Downtown Toronto hotels are the gateway to the best nightlife, shopping, dining, and events. The heart of the city captures the true essence of it, illustrating just how exciting and accommodating Toronto can be. Cheap downtown Toronto hotels aren’t difficult to find, but must be booked in advance during peak travel times, which are generally spring, summer, and fall, with summer being a popular time to explore. For rock-bottom prices, visit in the winter months and enjoy a barrage of indoor attractions, fun winter festivals, and plenty of outdoor fun.

Reasonable downtown Toronto lodging is available The Grange Hotel, a comfortable and convenient hotel that offers easy approach to numerous city highlights including Eaton’s Center, CN Tower, the AGO, and Rogers Center. Downtown Toronto hotels are ideal for packing in all the must-sees without time consuming and sometimes expensive travel. Cheap downtown Toronto hotels fill a need for budget accommodation perfectly. The Grange is simple inside and out, but the simplicity doesn’t mean skimping. Studio rooms with kitchenettes and private baths, daily cleaning service, air conditioning, onsite laundry, and even onsite parking are available to guests.

Hotel Victoria is a favorable accommodation choice for reasonable downtown Toronto lodging. This hotel features 56 rooms with an affordable price tag attached, an ideal location close to many attractions, and public transportation connecting to the Distillery District, Yorkville, and other city districts. Complimentary high-speed Internet, premium TV stations, laundry, and valet services are all included. Hotel Victoria is just one of the downtown Toronto hotels that offers onsite dining, a common practice in the city and a major benefit for many. Nearby attractions include the Hockey Hall of Fame, several key museums, Dundas Square, and the CN Tower.

The Strathcona (pictured) is one of the cheap downtown Toronto hotels that defies a reputation defined by its low rates. Outside and in, the hotel is modern and stylish, featuring contemporary colors, designer furnishings, and a trendy motif. King, queen, single, and twin rooms cover all guest needs efficiently. Executive rooms offer added luxury and space and feature HD TVs, wood floors, and plenty of upgraded conveniences. Inside the Strathcona, there is a British-style pub, a large fitness center, and a café serving breakfast and lunch daily. Sports fans relish in the location which is close to the BMO Field, Rogers Center, and the Air Canada Centre, the most prominent venues for sporting events. Additional attractions within close range include Casa Loma, the CNE, The Science Center, and Ontario Place.

For a comprehensive experience during Toronto vacations, tours to area attractions outside of the city core can be easily arranged through downtown Toronto hotels, travel agents, and online. Car rentals are another transportation option and an easy and affordable way to explore attractions outside of Toronto. Niagara Falls, African Lion Safari, and Canada's Wonderland are galvanizing attractions offering a bundle of family fun and a chance to see the Greater Toronto Area. Reasonable downtown Toronto hotels, a city map, and a few top priorities are a great way to enjoy an indelible Toronto adventure.

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