Toronto City Breaks
No visit to Toronto is complete without a trip up the CN Tower for fantastic views of the city. Ripley's Aquarium of Canada next door is also well worth a visit. In the evening, go for a drink and a bite to eat in the chic Distillery District. At more than two centries old, St. Lawerence Market is a city landmark, offering everything from artisanal bread to fresh pasta and lobster.
Of course, a trip to the iconic Niagara Falls and the wine town of Niagara-on-the-Lake would be hard to pass up and is possible or a day trip (or a slightly longer side visit) from Toronto.
Some of our favourite hotels in Toronto
Fairmont Royal York: One of the best known, most luxurious Toronto hotels, the Royal York is located in a 1920's building which still boasts severak original features and an unparelleled spot in the centre of downtown.
Bond Place Hotel: Ideally located in the heart of downtown Toronto, the hotel is steps from the cities Theatre District. The hotel has 285 bright modern rooms with hardwood floors, with many offering views of the city or Lake Ontario.
Chelsea Hotel: The Chelsea is the largest hotel in Canada and in a central location. The hotel is a real family option, the Chelsea offers a range of family friendly rooms, including a Family Fun Suite.
Radisson Blu Toronto Downtown: At the Radisson, you’ll find wood floors, stylish furnishings, and a warm and a comforting ambience that makes your stay feel like a home away from home.
Le Germain Hotel Toronto Maple Leaf Square: Located in downtown Toronto at the crossroads of the sports, entertainment and business districts, Le Germain Hotel Maple Leaf Square is a refuge of a 167 rooms steeped in authenticity.