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The Best Hotels in Toronto, Canada

The StarTripper Journal presents the best places to stay in Toronto, both international luxury and boutique choices.
Our team to Toronto are two French ladies.

Toronto, the most multiculturally diverse city in the world; over 140 languages are spoken. During the delightfully temperate and colorful spring, summer or fall, you'll have a great time.

Eaton Centre, Toronto’s largest downtown shopping mall, is located opposite Yonge - Dundas Square. This mall has branches of almost every large retailer in North America. Its enormous light filled atrium is a haven on cold days.

Old York's sensational St Lawrence Market houses more than 50 specialty food stalls: cheese vendors, fishmongers, butchers, bakers and pasta makers. A must, even for visitors.

On the opposite side of Front Street, the North Market hosts a Saturday farmers market and a fantastic Sunday antique market.

Honest Ed's is a one-of-a-kind bargain centre that has everything from wine to twine, a delightful old-fashioned bargain bazaar. Located on 581 Bloor Street West, it is a landmark for tourists and an entertaining shopping experience for all. It’s a must to photograph the flashy iconic sign.

Kensington Market is the high spot for vintage clothing stores. Here you’ll find every period and all fashion houses, second hand slip dresses, retro pants and white dress-shirts in a cornucopia of styles.

High Park is a wonderful place to unfurl a picnic blanket, swim, play tennis, bike around, skate on the Grenadier Pond in the winter, or in the spring meander through the groves of cherry blossoms donated to the park by the Japanese ambassador.

Welcome to Toronto, whatever you're looking for, you'll find it here. Currency is Canadian dollar (CAD).

The StarTripper Journal Recommends these Hotels:
The Hazelton Hotel is located in downtown Toronto, in fashionable Yorkville. The Hotel is a true luxury hotel, an iconic landmark – chic, glamorous and luxurious.

The Hazelton Hotel offers oversized luxury rooms and suites. Elegant, dramatic interiors, unique mix of stunning rooms, posh yet intimate luxury, sensational art collection, private screening room, top spa and fitness centre, an unrivalled Hotel designed for choosy guests.

The ONE Restaurant is celebrity Chef Mark McEwan’s signature dining experience that is not to be missed, while The Spa at Hazelton by Valmont is Yorkville's most exclusive refuge for locals and visitors alike.

Explore the bustling Yorkville neighbourhood, where the best department stores, designer boutiques, art galleries and cozy cafes, bars and restaurants converge.

One of Canadas best hotels. Stay at The Hazelton Hotel Toronto for work, pleasure or play.

118 Yorkville Avenue
The Four Seasons Hotel is located in the heart of Yorkville, downtown Toronto’s most glamorous shopping and restaurant quarter. Blending warm sophistication with spectacular design, this stunning Toronto luxury hotel has made its mark as one of Canada’s best hotels.

Sleek, contemporary comfort – the spacious guest rooms and suites offer modern furnishings in a soothing, neutral colour palette, large bay windows that opens for fresh air or furnished balconies, upper-floor views to the downtown skyline and Lake Ontario.

The indoor relaxation pool and whirlpool are located on the ninth floor and overlooks the city through floor-to-ceiling windows. Access is limited to hotel guests, residents and individuals with massage appointments.

You can relax and rejuvenate in the state-of-the-art Fitness-centre and Spa, or enjoy spectacular cuisine by international chef Daniel Boulud at Café Boulud.

60 Yorkville Avenue
Located in the heart of the city’s vibrant entertainment district, Thompson Boutique hotel lies in the Central King West area – the see and be scene for Toronto’s most notably eclectic art galleries, boutiques, restaurants and nightlife, all within easy walking distance.

Thompson’s rooms and suites open onto floor-to-ceiling windows with sweeping views of the Toronto skyline and Lake Ontario. Dark hardwood floors, contemporary, boutique furnishings and an open, airy atmosphere are punctuated with contrasting accents in lush orange and cool white.

The stunning Rooftop Lounge with a seasonal, 40-foot infinity swimming pool and a luxurious Screening Room – offers the ideal setting for conferences, meetings, private screenings and receptions.

The Thompson has food and drink options to suit any mood - contemporary classic diner, an ultra-chic underground nightclub, and Toronto’s premier rooftop retreat—with poolside cabanas and cocktails.

550 Wellington St. West
Park Hyatt is perfectly situated in the fashionable Yorkville area, and represents an elite level of luxury marked by subtle contemporary influence. Surrounded by retail and five-star restaurants, the hotel is within walking distance to some of downtown’s most renowned attractions, including the Royal Ontario Museum.

All the spacious rooms feature a soft feather duvet atop plush pillow top mattresses, large flat screen TVs, complimentary Wi-Fi, minibar and a work desk – a luxurious marble bath with Le Labo bath amenities and plush terry bathrobe. Windows can be opened to invite the cool breezes of the Toronto nights.

Park Hyatt offers a vibrant culinary culture. Executive Chef Joan Monfaredi serves up seasonal international cuisine at Annona restaurant, in an intimate setting with floor-to-ceiling windows. In the Roof Lounge on the 18th floor, you can enjoy the sunset colours while sipping cocktails.

Stillwater Spa offers a menu of massage therapies, body treatments, and skincare – the spa features 17 treatment rooms, including quiet spaces for couple’s massage and aqua therapy, as well as a steam area, sauna and whirlpool.

Premium travel services, including complimentary car service and free Wi-Fi.

4 Avenue Road
The King Edward Hotel is conveniently located in the financial, entertainment and shopping districts, the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Sony Centre, The Distillery District, Eaton Centre and the St. Lawrence Farmers Market.

The King Edward Hotel has been re-imagined for the 21st century. The focus of the $40 million renovation is to showcase the old-world charm and vibrancy of Toronto with a complete transformation of the spacious guest rooms, meeting space, lobby, restaurant and bar. While combining modern comfort and elegance, the hotel has restored the legendary palace-like grandeur.

The oversized guestrooms and suites have recently been renovated, combining sophistication with modern amenities. It truly redefines luxury for the most discerning travelers. Accommodations in this iconic hotel feature the finest in furnishings, custom bedding and vintage crown mouldings, all with impeccably appointed marble bathrooms perfecting every aspect of the guest experience at this legendary destination.

Executive Chef Daniel Schick and his culinary team have updated the dining menus at Victoria’s Restaurant by include local, seasonal ingredients and classic cooking methods.

The state-of-the-art fitness centre features Precor cardio equipment, built-in personal television, free weights and weight machines, and a quiet stretching and yoga area – Nouvelle Maria Spa will be ready to rejuvenate your skin and revive your senses.

The hotel’s long-standing tradition of Afternoon Tea continues Friday through Sunday.

37 King Street East
Located in a restored 1850s chocolate factory in the historic Queen Street East District in downtown Toronto, the hotel is steps away from Toronto’s vibrant cultural scene – all the city’s prominent theatres, galleries and concert halls are at your doorstep. The Ivy is also within walking distance of the city’s downtown area.

Handcrafted beds with Italian linens are featured in each room at The Ivy at Verity. The rooms have a flat-screen TV and iPod dock. The large marble bathroom includes premium bath amenities and a bathrobe.

Using seasonal ingredients, George Restaurant, located in The Ivy at Verity, offers a variety of a la carte dishes. A large selection of wines is also available to choose from.

A women’s only spa is available at the hotel. The spa features an ozonated pool and sauna. A well equipped gym is available as well.

The Ivy at Verity is part of Verity, a private women’s club and the fastest growing club in Toronto. Use of Verity’s extensive facilities are extended to guests of The Ivy. Accommodations are offered to men and women.

111d Queen Street East

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