Being popular among tourists from all over the world, Toronto provides for a large number of nice hotels. Numerous of Toronto’s hotels are lining the Yonge Street, the city’s artery.
The streetscape is characterized by tenements, commercial houses and street performers.
While staying at a hotel in Toronto, you should visit “Eaton Centre”, a huge shopping mall.
Numerous Toronto hotel guests are visiting the city to take part at one of the congresses, which are held at City Hall’s shell-shaped assembly hall.
The CN Tower, standing 553.33 metres/1,815.39 feet tall, ranks as the world’s tallest free-standing structure on land. From the revolving restaurant “360 Restaurant”, located at a height of 300 meters/984 feet, you will have a tremendous view over your hotel in Toronto.
If you are longing for a bit more European atmosphere during your stay in a Toronto hotel you should visit the Casa Loma, Canada's Majestic Castle, which will take you back in time to a period of mediaeval European elegance and splendour.
We recommend you to have a guided tour around the premises while you are staying at a hotel in Toronto. The former home of Canadian financier Sir Henry Pellatt, Canada's foremost castle is complete with decorated suites, secret passages, an 800-foot tunnel, towers, stables, and beautiful 5-acre estate gardens.
If you wish to experience a journey into past times you may visit the Royal Ontario Museum with its Far Eastern exhibits from the Tang, Ming and Shang Dynasties.
The hotels in Toronto are frequently fully booked in September, while the annual international film festival is taking place. Toronto’s economy is dominated by financial services, media, publishers and tourism.
Total population: 2,503,281 (2006)
Postal codes: M1B - M9W