Toronto Hotels

Finding hotel deals in Toronto can be quite a challenge, especially for those arriving during the high season or during major festivals. The good news is that you can always do a bit of bargaining to get a better price on your Toronto Canada hotel. Most prices listed are just rack rates, so you’ll be pleasantly surprised to find that it is possible to get a 5-50% discount on your room, just by asking. Hotels prefer to have guests pay a reduced rate, than have an empty room. That is, of course, assuming that there would be an empty room, should you decide not to take it. When the city is packed out to the max, try to do some bargaining, but remember that there might not be many other options available. Some hotel deals in Toronto may include museum passes or meals, and many provide discounts for students, seniors, clubs, etc. Always ask.

It makes sense to decide on the attractions that you most want to be near when looking into hotel deals in Toronto. You may find a cheap hotel in Toronto, but it could be clear across town, and not worth the distance it takes to get to your desired destinations. Most hotels can be found in the following neighborhoods: Downtown West, Downtown East, Midtown West, Midtown East/ The East End and Uptown. There are also some hotels further east and close to the airport. Once you decide what area of town you most want to be in, a discount Toronto hotel should be within close proximity.

If you’re looking for more ambiance than just a cheap hotel in Toronto, you may want to look into a Bed and Breakfast. There are quite a few to chose from, both in the downtown area and across the city. Prices are very reasonable, similar to what a discount Toronto hotel might cost. The advantage of a B&B is getting to know some local knowledge of the city and the friendly feeling of staying in a home.

Probably the most historically significant Toronto Canada hotel is Le Royal Meridien King Edward, opened in 1903. This luxurious hotel is located in the heart of the city, close to most of Toronto’s biggest attractions. Le Royal Meridien King Edward has catered to celebrities throughout the century, including the Beatles in the 1960’s. If you can’t afford to stay here, it’s worth it to take a peak inside at the gorgeous lobby.

It is worth noting that many hotels in Toronto allow smoking, and though there are areas of the hotel designated to smokers, the smell often wafts through the whole building. This is generally more of a problem in a discount Toronto hotel, rather than a more expensive one. At any rate, if you are a non-smoker, make sure you ask your Toronto Canada hotel about its smoking policy.

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