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Toronto, ON: Hotel & Motel Planning Guide

Find accommodations in Toronto with the hotel list provided below. Search for cheap and discounted hotel and motel rates in or close to Toronto, ON for your upcoming personal or group trip. Discover the best Toronto, Ontario hotel and motel rooms. Browse the Toronto area hotels to find the perfect lodging! Please use the provided map of the Toronto hotels. Planning a group? Lock in Toronto Group Hotel Rates or Book a Toronto Meeting

The Toronto center is about the area of Gardiner Museum and the area of Royal Ontario Museum.

Toronto, Ontario, is a major tourist destination for all ages. With points of interest ranging from iconic skyscrapers to art galleries and museums, there's plenty to explore during your trip. Whatever your reasons for visiting Toronto, be sure to explore your hotel options carefully so you can find the right fit for your stay in the provincial capital. More from this guide...

Toronto Hotels/Motels & Accommodations

Doubletree by Hilton Toronto Downtown in Toronto 108 Chestnut St., Toronto, ON M5G1R3 Website
  • The Doubletree by Hilton Toronto Downtown high-end décor is matched only by the service and accommodations it offers. More than 400 rooms boast features like Italian Frette bed linens and windows that open onto exquisite views of Toronto. The location of the hotel makes it an ideal choice for those seeking to experience the culture of Canada – the Toronto Eaton Centre, Art Gallery of Ontario, Rogers Centre, Royal Ontario Museum, and more are nearby the Doubletree by Hilton Toronto Downtown. Also impressive: The hotel’s two on-site restaurants: Hemispheres and The Lai Wah Heen.
  • High-end Downtown hotel
  • Access to gym on-site
  • About half of guests thought the sauna was ok
  • Modern gym equipment
From$229
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Kfs Luxury Suites Toronto - Toronto 38 Elm St., Toronto, ON M5G2K5 Website
  • 4 star Downtown hotel
  • 7 suites in hotel
The Hazelton Hotel in Toronto 118 Yorkville Ave., Toronto, ON M5R1C2
  • Luxury 5-star Downtown property
  • 77 rooms in hotel
  • Popular among business travelers
  • Professional service
From$193
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Trump International Hotel & Tower Toronto 325 Bay St., Toronto, ON M5H4G3
  • Luxury Five Star Downtown hotel
  • Check-in time: 3:00PM
  • Ac worked perfect
  • Most guests were happy with the room service
From$335
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A Suite Dreams Toronto B & B - Toronto
+1-866-221-8581
390 Clinton St., Toronto, ON M6G2Z2
  • Midscale Downtown hotel
  • Subway stop right there
  • Location is great
From$200
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Windsor Arms Hotel - Toronto 18 St. Thomas St., Toronto, ON M5S3E7
  • Luxury 5-star Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has 28 rooms
  • Most guests thought it was pleasantly quiet
  • Entrance area is ok
From$221
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Four Seasons Hotel Toronto 60 Yorkville Ave., Toronto, ON M4W0A4
  • Luxury 5 star Downtown property
  • Hotel has a green policy Read more
  • Value below average
  • About half of guests indicated the reception staff was not good
From$221
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Park Hyatt Toronto : 4 Ave. Rd. 4 Ave. Rd., Toronto, ON M5R2E8
  • High-end Downtown hotel
  • Check in: 3:00 PM
  • Food is delicious
  • Near to public transport, according to 100%
From$146
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Intercontinental Toronto Yorkville 220 Bloor St. West, Toronto, ON M5S1T8
  • High-end Downtown hotel
  • Fitness + Health Center
  • Most guests found problems with the furniture
  • Facilities in need of refurbishment
From$175
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The Saint James Hotel An Ascend Hotel Collection Member - Toronto 26 Gerrard St. East, Toronto, ON M5B1G3
  • High-end Downtown hotel
  • 36 sleeping rooms in hotel
From$117
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The Grand Hotel & Suites Toronto 225 Jarvis St., Toronto, ON M5B2C1
  • 4 star Downtown hotel
  • Free comp. breakfast
  • Rooftop terrace was amazing
  • Flooring, which was a bonus
From$133
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Soho Met : 318 Wellington St. West 318 Wellington St. West, Toronto, ON M5R138
  • High end Downtown hotel
  • Fitness + Health Center
From$177
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Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel  in Toronto 123 Queen St. West, Toronto, ON M5H2M9
  • 4-star Downtown property
  • 1372 sleeping rooms in hotel
From$150
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Cambridge Suites Hotel Toronto 15 Richmond St. East, Toronto, ON M5C1N2
  • High-end Downtown property
  • Check in time: 4.00 PM
  • Most guests thought the service was very professional
  • Rather comfortable
From$125
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Shangri La Hotel Toronto : 188 University Ave. 188 University Ave., Toronto, ON M5H0A3
  • Luxurious 5-star Downtown property
  • 9 meeting rooms in hotel
From$221
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The Omni King Edward Hotel : 37 King St. East 37 King St. East, Toronto, ON M5C1E9
  • Expensive Downtown property
  • 298 sleeping rooms in hotel
  • The hotel itself is GORGEOUS and really clean
  • Included happy hour
From$219
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Delta Toronto
+1-800-881-1523
75 Lower Simcoe St., Toronto, ON M5J3A6
  • Four-star Downtown property
  • Access to gym on-site
From$106
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Toronto Marriott Bloor Yorkville : 90 Bloor St. East 90 Bloor St. East, Toronto, ON M4W1A7
  • High-end Downtown property
  • Check-in time: 3:00PM
  • Near to public transport, according to 100%
  • Parking should be cheaper
From$179
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Canada Suites on Bay 736 Bay St., Toronto, ON M2M3W2
  • Affordable Downtown property
  • Gym / Fitness Center Available
Toronto Marriott Downtown Eaton Centre 525 Bay St., Toronto, ON M5G2L2
  • The newly renovated, 18-story Marriott hotel invites all to experience a luxurious relaxing stay located in the financial district and adjoining the Eaton Centre shopping complex. This gives business travelers and guests the pleasure of a convenient commute to any downtown destination. Experience a peaceful night’s rest in one of the 459 contemporary, tech-savvy guestrooms. Each amply supplied room offers a surplus amount of amenities. Notable amongst hotels in downtown Toronto for special event and wedding competence, this downtown Toronto Marriot features more than 18,000 square feet of graceful ballroom and adaptable meeting space with professional event planning staff on site.
  • Four star Downtown hotel
  • 18 floors in hotel
  • Wifi quality could be improved
  • Delicious Sunday breakfast
From$125
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Hilton Garden Inn Toronto City Centre - Toronto 200 Dundas St. East, Toronto, ON M5A4R6
  • 3-star Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has 33 suites
From$119
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Pantages Hotel Toronto : 200 Victoria St. 200 Victoria St., Toronto, ON M5B1V8
  • Four star Downtown property
  • Hotel has 85 rooms
  • City centre within easy reach, said 100%
  • Average amenities
From$125
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Hilton Toronto
+1-888-305-3366
145 Richmond St. West, Toronto, ON M5H2L2
  • Expensive Downtown hotel
  • Hotel has 600 rooms
From$125
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One King West Hotel & Residence 1 King St. West, Toronto, ON M5H1A1
  • Four-star Downtown property
  • 51 floors in property
  • Sauna not working
  • Management was excellent, said 79%
From$154
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Executive Hotel Cosmopolitan Toronto in Toronto 8 Colborne St., Toronto, ON M511E1
  • Four-star Downtown hotel
  • Check in: 3pm
From$117
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Best Time to Visit

Toronto experiences four distinct seasons, which means it also has distinct tourist seasons. Autumn is a great time to visit because you'll enjoy sunny skies and a brisk temperature, but the cultural scene is in full swing, which can mean increased hotel prices. The closer you book a room to wintertime, the lower the prices will be. In fact, if you don't mind being chilled, November and early December offers some of the best prices, but avoid holidays.

Another great time to visit Toronto is from March to late May when the temperature is just warming up. As with the fall, you'll experience some of the city's best prices without having to battle snow and ice. Keep in mind, though, that the city occasionally experiences snow until April.

If you intend to visit Toronto during the peak summer season, don't forget the sunscreen. Summers in Toronto can be scorching, so bring a hat if you plan on enjoying the outdoor attractions.

Below is a chart of the current pricing seasonality of hotels and motels in Toronto, ON:

seasonality of hotel rates in Toronto

Toronto by Star Rating

Below we've posted 3 graphs demonstrating mean nightly cost patterns by star rating class in Toronto, ON. You can use these illustrations to calculate the least expensive dates to book in Toronto for upcoming travels.

Luxury Hotel Options in Toronto, ON

4 Star Average Prices: $157.49

If you're looking to splurge on elegant accommodations in Toronto, you're in luck! The city offers numerous options that boast exclusive amenities and individualized hospitality to make your stay more memorable.

Book a room at the opulent Windsor Arms Hotel, one of the city's most luxurious boutique hotels. This five-star accommodation features a relaxing spa with panoramic views of Toronto, an elegant Russian Red Tea Room, a private screening room, multiple on-site dining options, and a carefully curated European vintage salon. Guest suites are naturally furnished with the best in classic luxury and design. Each one boasts a butler's pantry, oversized bathroom, deep soaker tub, separate shower, complimentary Wi-Fi access, and a musical instrument.

A more straightforward luxury hotel is the Toronto Marriott Downtown Eaton Centre Hotel, which is an easy four-minute walk from the Dundas Street metro station. The stylish hotel boasts an indoor rooftop pool, a fully-equipped fitness center, on-site dining at Trios Bistro, an evening turndown service, concierge, valet dry-cleaning, and luxurious bedding.

For an upscale high-rise experience, book the Trump International Hotel & Tower Toronto. This five-star downtown hotel offers on-site meeting rooms, a health club, spa facilities, and deluxe suites designed to impress. One of the most notable aspects of this hotel is its personalized, world-class dining experiences. Embrace the modern vibe of The Calvin Bar or opt for a more elegant dining experience at America Restaurant. The hotel employs an award-winning chef who takes your fine dining experience seriously.

If you want to stay downtown but feel a high-rise is a bit over-the-top, consider the SoHo Metropolitan Hotel. This luxury boutique hotel is at once indulgent and subdued with an array of sophisticated and modern features that provide you with everything you need to enjoy your stay in Toronto. Savor artisanal coffee at Senses Café and comforting Chinese cuisine at Luckee by Susur Lee. The hotel will also be adding Wahlburgers, a unique sports bar franchise by celebrity Mark Wahlberg and his family, making now a great time to schedule a stay.

Whether you're looking for a unique boutique experience or an indulgent high-rise, Toronto offers the ideal luxury accommodation to suit your needs.

Low Price Hotel Hotel Options in Toronto, ON

3 Star Average Prices: $89.46

Planning an affordable trip to Toronto is easy when you consider the city's numerous low-budget accommodations, but you may have to stray from the city center. Toronto Don Valley Hotel & Suites, for instance, is located in the city's suburban northeast area near the Ontario Science Centre. Despite its lower price point, this urban resort offers beautifully appointed rooms with modern décor and quality amenities. Enjoy private balconies with green space views, ample living space, pet-friendly accommodations, two on-site restaurants, two swimming pools, a steam room, sauna, fitness room, and business center.

Located next to the Toronto Congress Centre, the Radisson Suite Hotel Toronto Airport is an all-suite hotel offering straightforward amenities and comfortable beds. The property offers on-site dining, free Wi-Fi, an airport shuttle service, and fitness center, making it a great home base for exploring the rest of the city. As far as budget hotels go, there are several near the airport that provide you with low-cost options if you're willing and able to drive into the city for sightseeing. Budget lodgings come with fewer amenities, but they can be ideal solutions for anyone traveling to Toronto on a tight budget.

3 Star Hotel Prices in Toronto

2 Star Average Prices: $79.18

Toronto: Real Discounts

Planning your trip in advance allows you to look for special deals and discounts on attractions and accommodations. Many hotels offer discounts for military families and seniors, so be sure to ask when booking. Certain hotels like the SoHo Metropolitan Hotel offer special online rates, AAA member discounts, and early bird specials, so be sure to book your room at least three weeks in advance to take advantage of the savings.

If you're unable to plan your trip in advance, it's a good idea to inquire about any last-minute deals. Hotels that aren't fully booked may be willing to offer a discount rather than let the room remain empty. While it's not an ideal situation to be traveling without a concrete plan, you can use this situation to your advantage.

Also, visiting The Official Website of Tourism Toronto allows you to search package deals based on when you plan to be in town. These deals can include some of the city's best attractions as well as a CityPASS, helping you save more than 40 percent on select offers.

Best Value Options in Toronto

Toronto can be a pricey place to stay, but it's nice to know that the city is packed with mid-range accommodations that give you a great value for your money.

The Grand Hotel & Suites is located just two blocks away from the subway station, and is an upscale, all-suite option that won't break the bank. The property itself is best described as having an understated elegance, and guests will enjoy the hotel's state-of-the-art conveniences and personalized services. These include The Grand Spa, a luxury SUV shuttle service, concierge service, 24-hour room service, a two-story indoor pool, rooftop patio garden, and fresh, local cuisine.

Chelsea Hotel Toronto is a classic high-rise within walking distance of Ryerson University. Enjoy downtown convenience with a club lounge, pet-friendly rooms, artwork displays, underground parking, and event spaces. With its unique Family Fun Zone, Chelsea Hotel Toronto is a great place for families. The Family Fun Zone includes a family pool, Kid Centre, and an exclusive Teen Lounge, making it suitable for all ages.

Dating back to 1903, The Omni King Edward Hotel downtown is an elegant mid-range choice with 301 oversized guestrooms and suites. The hotel boasts custom bedding, marble bathrooms, vintage crown moldings, and fine furnishings that demand an extended stay. In addition, the hotel features two dining establishments, Victoria's Restaurant and Consort Bar, which are staffed by an exceptional team of chefs who use local, seasonal ingredients that tantalize the palate.

Other great mid-range options include The Westin Harbour Castle, InterContinental Toronto Centre, Cambridge Suites Hotel Toronto, Hilton Toronto, and Renaissance Toronto Downtown Hotel.

Explore Toronto Like a Local

Visiting Toronto's top attractions like Ripley's Aquarium of Canada, CN Tower, and the Royal Ontario Museum are a must, but there's something to be said for exploring Toronto like a local. When debating between the city's dining options, be sure to check out Toronto's ethnic neighborhoods. Little Portugal, Greektown, Koreatown, Little India, Little Italy, and each of the five different Chinatowns offer authentic international cuisine you simply won't find anywhere else.

Getting around Toronto is easy thanks to the city's extensive public transportation system, but avoid the streetcar stops and subway stations downtown between 5 p.m. and 6:30 pm. Rush hour can result in major traffic jams, so you're better off hitting a restaurant, doing some shopping, or taking a stroll to your next destination. Also, the streetcar system in Toronto is unlike any other, which can throw out-of-towners. Streetcars stop in the inner lane of traffic, which means you have to wait until all other vehicles are clear before walking out to the center to board a streetcar.

If you plan to get around using the streetcars during your stay, you can save money by buying an unlimited weeklong TTC pass.

Take the time to get to know Toronto before visiting. Explore your accommodation options, research districts, and stick to your essentials list when booking to ensure you get a hotel that meets all your needs. Whether you're hoping to find an indulgent high-rise, a modest boutique hotel, or a low-cost budget accommodation, Toronto offers a variety of price points to suit every travel budget.

Toronto, ON summarized

For a city with a nickname like Toronto The Good, you can expect the unexpected. Far from its reputation as a bastion of morality, Toronto makes for an engaging travel experience as Canada's largest metropolis beckons with marvels appearing from every corner of the city. Lording above the city is CN Tower where one can enjoy a sumptuous meal and exhilarating views from the revolving restaurant. Walking around downtown will likely lead you to a grand palace in the heart of the city. Casa Loma is a historic castle that has fantastic grounds and fountains. Fun family recreation is provided at Ontario Place, a huge theme park standing along the banks of Lake Ontario. Go to Cabbagetown not to indulge in vegan delights but to admire the impressive well-restored Victorian houses that define one of Toronto's oldest districts. Toronto offers big ticket items in its cultural calendar. It enjoys a bustling theater scene, next to renowned stages of New York and London. Art thrives in the city with regular events like Festival of Authors and the Toronto Film Festival, the biggest of the big-screen fetes in North America.

'When I think of myself, I think of Toronto. My music wouldn't have been the same if it had not been for Toronto.'
Drake, a multi-million record selling and multi-platinum album recording hip hop artist, expressed his affection for his home city in these candid words. Not too many Toronto residents would disagree with the sentiments, and most would be willing to share their versions of their love tangles with Toronto in more eloquent words. That's the true spirit of this beautifully windy city, a city perched amidst jungles and mountains, rivers and waterfalls, wildlife and humans. 

The cultural fabric of Toronto is much unlike any other city in the world. It is a city, in spite of being among the best in the world, has always loved to lurk somewhere in the background, while other Canadian competitors like Vancouver take the center stage. In short, it is a city that is lost unto itself, too busy to care about world's perception of it, and certainly too preoccupied to have a perception of the world. 

Toronto also happens to be the cultural capital of Canada, a city with a thriving music, movie and art scene. Even today, it would not be too difficult for visitors to find an odd hippie, like a rundown version of now anachronistic specimen of the 60's, quietly playing a banjo by some busy pavement. That, dear readers, is Toronto for you! 

So, if you are planning on actually going ahead and visiting this beautifully quiet city, you should pat yourself on the back, and promptly make your plans materialize, there's really no time to lose, is there? 

Cheap Hotels in Toronto 

Being among the few Canadian cities that can be called 'global cities', Toronto boasts of a number of various classes and grades of hotel and resort establishments that tourists can avail of. 

Many of our readers who are veteran tourists themselves would agree that the best, perhaps the only, way to bring your tour expenditure down to a manageable minimum is to stay at cheap hotels. Hence, the first step of the algorithm to finding a suitable accommodation in Toronto would be to look for such cheap hotels that allow you to spend the minimum required, while also allowing you to enjoy to the fullest! 

Best Western Plus Hotel Toronto ranks the highest among all the budget hotels in Toronto because of its impeccably attractive building and great location. Travelodge Hotel near the airport is another great pick of a budget hotel, made even more appealing due to its proximity with the airport. 

Brand Palace Hotel allows visitors to stay in safe, sound and homely ambiance, while not charging them hefty room tariffs. 

Luxury Hotels in Toronto 

There are over three dozen luxury hotels in Toronto that are known to make the stay of their guests a grand affair to be remembered for lifetime. 

Call it a stiff competition or the sheer pressure to please their patrons, such Toronto hotels do not leave any avenue unattended while hosting their esteemed guests who do not bat an eye while signing heavy checks or swiping their credit cards. 

Among such establishments of extreme luxury and opulence, Trump International Hotel and Tower at Toronto is an automatic top choice. Built by Trump Corp., the group owned and operated by Donald Trump, this hotel is fully given to hosting the guests of the highest social stature and aura of riches. 

Also famous in Toronto are Ritz-Carlton Toronto and the Ivy at Verity. 

Sightseeing in Toronto 

Toronto opens up countless options of sightseeing and adventure to those who do not mind spending their whole day outdoors. In fact, Toronto is perhaps the best place to be for adventurous and outdoorsy of tourists. 

Ripley's Aquarium of Canada should be your first stopover during your Toronto sightseeing forays, particularly if you have young children accompanying you for your trip. This aquarium, the best in Canada, offers great learning experiences along with entertainment to kids and adults alike. 

The CN Tower is also a monumental place to visit. For photo enthusiasts, there is a special selfie gallery where you can click your selfies with the panoramic view of Toronto in the background. 

Shopping freaks can turn straight to St Lawrence Market in the evenings, to cool their heels off from a long day of sightseeing in Toronto. The market offers a number of local artefacts and stylised souvenirs that are perfect for home decor and gifting purposes. To make the deal sweeter, prices here are fair enough to make you want to buy more than you can possibly carry! 

More About Local Transport in Toronto 

Local transport in the city of Toronto is in the pink of its health. Canada is often considered to be a country that loves to be on time, and lead a disciplined life. 

In that sense, the public transport of Toronto does not and will not disappoint you. Trains and buses running along the designate routes with clockwork punctuality is a given in these parts of the world. If you take some time off to study the bus and train schedule, you won't even be required to hire a cab even once during your stay in Toronto! 

The best way to actually enjoy everything that Toronto has to offer you is to see various sights on foot as much as possible. And while you are at it, do not overlook all those food trucks loaded with deliciously spoiling delicacies! 

Most Suitable Time to Take a Trip to Toronto 

Toronto in winter, being so close to the Arctic Circle, is arguably not a place for tourists who are looking to have some balmy, sunny fun. 

That said, summer does bring an air of respite for Toronto residents as markets and street get filled up with enthusiastic faces all over again. May to September is considered to be the period of most zealous tourist activities here, promptly accompanied by most Toronto hotels taking their room tariffs from the nadir of the winter to the zenith of the summer!   

Recent traveler guest reviews of Toronto, ON

Below are reviews of the city of Toronto, ON from an actual visitor's perspective.

"Good Transportation System"
Score 4.0 / 5

Very easy to get around -- taxis and transit readily available.

Lynn T., from 02-Apr-2017
"Friendly People"
Score 5.0 / 5

Really enjoyed the friendliness of the people in Toronto.

Marie-Eve M., from 19-Jun-2016
"Great Area"
Score 5.0 / 5

There is always plenty to do in Toronto.

Jennifer C., from 27-Apr-2016
"Meetings in Toronto"
Score 5.0 / 5

Toronto is the most populous city in Canada and the capital of the province of Ontario. Its varied cultural institutions, which include numerous museums, galleries, entertainment districts, festival events, historic sites and sports activities, are key attractions to the over 25 million tourists that visit the city every year. Toronto is one of the most diverse cities in the country which is reflected in the many great restaurants and various events. Peak season is in the summer months, so prices are also at their seasonal high. If you are looking to save money on hotel rates, look into spring and fall. The Metro convention center offers meeting space from the largest groups like the G20 summit to the 40 seat seminar. With over 10,000 hotel rooms within walking distance and direct access to city transit, it offers the perfect venue for any meeting.

John P., from 29-Jun-2015
"A Feel Good City"
Score 5.0 / 5

I never realized all the little towns inside the city. It was kind of nice. The only thing I didn't like was all the highways.

Tony S., from 26-Apr-2015
"Enjoyable Tour"
Score 4.0 / 5

We were there for World Junior Hockey, but also did a lot of off day touring. It was very easy to get around the city.

Bob R., from 06-Jan-2015
"Friendly"
Score 4.0 / 5

People were very friendly once you started talking to them.

Kerry C., from 22-Jun-2014
"Toronto Centre for the Arts"
Score 5.0 / 5

Love the restaurants, the arts centre, the easy accessibility to shopping centres.

Diane C., from 19-Jun-2014
"I hold this city and its potential in very high regard."
Score 4.0 / 5

Its a city that carries some important places of interest such as CN Tower. It's a growing city and when all the stuctural changes are completed, New York City and some cities will have nothing to compare.

Verley T., from 13-Jun-2014
"Great transport"
Score 5.0 / 5

Public transportation, especially the subway and especially when you have a day pass!

Vahid N., from 18-Jan-2014
The average traveler rating of the city of Toronto, ON shown above is 4.6 out of 5 based on 10 reviews
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