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Urban Living Suites
785 Dundas Street West
M6J 1V2 Toronto
6.0 / 10
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Alisa Guest Home & Suites
100 Pembroke Street
M5A 3Z1 Toronto
0.0 / 10
Centennial Residence & Conference Centre
940 Progress Avenue
M1G 3T5 Toronto
Hilton Toronto
145 Richmond Street West
M5H 2L2 Toronto
8.0 / 10
The Hazelton Hotel Toronto
118 Yorkville Avenue
M5R 1C2 Toronto
9.0 / 10
Canada Suites on Bay
736 Bay Street
M5G2M4 Toronto
Howard Johnson Inn
4694 Kingston Road
M1E2P9 Toronto
7.5 / 10
Seneca Newnham Residence & Conference Centre
1760 Finch Avenue East
M2J 5G3 Toronto
Toronto Home Guest House
163 Wallace Avenue
M6H 1V1 Toronto
Bond Place Hotel
65 Dundas Street East
M5B 2G8 Toronto
7.4 / 10
Stay Inn Airport South
560 Evans Avenue
M8W 2W1 Toronto
Novotel Toronto Center
45 The Esplanade
M5E 1W2 Toronto
8.3 / 10
Knights Inn Toronto
117 Pembroke Street
M5A 2N9 Toronto
9.4 / 10
InterContinental Toronto
220 Bloor Street West
M5S 1T8 Toronto
9.2 / 10
Super 8 Downtown Toronto
222 Spadina Avenue
M5T 2C2 Toronto
7.4 / 10
Holiday Inn Toronto-Airport East
600 Dixon Road
M9W 1J1 Toronto
7.3 / 10
Ramada Plaza Toronto Downtown
300 Jarvis Street
M5B 2C5 Toronto
7.2 / 10
The Fairmont Royal York
100 Front Street West
M5J 1E3 Toronto
6.7 / 10
Hilton Garden Inn Toronto Downtown
92 Peter Street
M5V 2G5 Toronto
8.5 / 10
Travelodge Toronto East
20 Milner Business Court, Hwy 401 & Markham Rd
M1B 3N6 Toronto
Hilton Garden Inn Toronto City Centre
200 Dundas Street East
M5A 4R6 Toronto
8.2 / 10
Holiday Inn Toronto-Yorkdale
3450 Dufferin St
M6A2V1 Toronto
8.3 / 10
Holiday Inn Toronto Downtown
30 Carlton Street
M5B 2E9 Toronto
7.1 / 10
Howard Johnson Inn and Suites - Toronto East
22 Metropolitan Road
M1R2T6 Toronto
5.6 / 10
Crowne Plaza Toronto Airport Hotel
33 Carlson Court
M9W 6H5 Toronto
6.2 / 10
Hampton Inn Toronto Airport Corporate Centre
5515 Eglinton Avenue West
M9C 5K5 Toronto
8.4 / 10
Toronto

Largest City in Canada

Toronto holds the special distinction of being the largest city in Canada as well as one of the most populous in all of North America, with over 2.5 million residents.

Because of its large size and thriving economy, Toronto is one of the most diverse cities in Canada, millions of people have come from all over the world to now live, work and visit the city, which truly gives it a very unique and international feel.

Most people will enter Toronto via air at the Toronto Pearson International Airport, others will arrive via the shared border highway system from the United States, or through rail. Inside Toronto, the Toronto Transit Commission operates trains, subways and trams.

Museums and Shopping

Since Toronto is such a global city with a long history, there are a number of fantastic museums and attractions that can be seen on any visit there. One of the first stops for many people on any vacation in Toronto is the Royal Ontario Museum. Some of the other popular museums include the Toronto Zoo, the Gardiner Museum, the Art Gallery of Ontario and the Canadian National Exhibition.

After spending so much of the day at one of the many great museums, visitors love to get in a bit of shopping as well, and Toronto does not disappoint. Because of the varied cultures represented in Toronto, there are a number of different opportunities for really unique shopping experiences. Some of the favorites would include the Eaton Center, the St. Lawrence Market, and the Queen West and Yorkville neighborhoods.

Big Sports City

Toronto is also known as a huge sports city as well. It is one of the only cities in Canada that has active participation in many of the US based sports leagues. Many people voyage to Toronto in order to catch some of the many games and tournaments that occur every year in the city. Some of the more popular teams include the Maple Leafs of the NHL, the Blue Jays of the MLB and the Argonauts of the CFL. Toronto also has active curling, cricket, soccer and F1 events as well.
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In and around Toronto

Toronto is the largest city in Canada and is the provincial capital of Ontario. It is located on the northwestern shore of Lake Ontario.

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

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Train Stations in Toronto

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Districts within Toronto

Exhibitions/events in Toronto

  • GIC
    (9/29/2014 - 9/30/2014)
    Grocery Innovations Canada
  • IIDEX
    (12/3/2014 - 12/4/2014)
    International Interior Design Exposition
  • Construct Canada
    (12/3/2014 - 12/5/2014)
    Building & Construction Exhibition
  • PM Expo
    (12/3/2014 - 12/5/2014)
    Exhibition for Construction Materials and Technology and for Property Management
  • canSIA Solar Canada
    (12/8/2014 - 12/9/2014)
    Solar Conference and Exhibition
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