Inexpensive Hotels

Unless otherwise stated, all hotels accept credit cards and have private bathrooms and air conditioning

  1. Casa Loma Inn

    This stately home dating to 1894 is now a charming inn. Each of the 23 rooms – and all are unique – have a fridge, microwave, and coffee-maker. Some rooms have fireplaces. There is no elevator serving the inn’s three floors.

    • 21 Walmer Rd

    • 416 924 4540

  2. Hotel Victoria

    Just steps from Union Station in the city’s Financial District, this small hotel, with just 56 rooms, offers all the amenities of a large hotel, along with excellent service. It is close to many top attractions.

  3. Madison Manor

    Featuring many unusual details, including fireplaces and alcove windows, the owners of this lovingly restored Victorian mansion aim to make guests feel as though they have stepped into an English country inn. To further the illusion, there’s a pub next door.

  4. The Suites at One King West

    Located in Toronto’s Financial District, this hotel is uniquely built atop an historic 1912 building that once housed the Dominion Bank of Canada. Opened in 2005, the hotel boasts a 24-hour business center, bistro, and private club. The views are breathtaking.

  5. Selby Hotel and Suites

    Listed as a historical landmark building by the City, this noble Victorian mansion dates from 1880 and has been a hotel since 1915, hosting guests such as Ernest Hemingway, who resided here in the 1920s. It is now part of the Howard-Johnson chain. The rooms have high ceilings and are comfortably furnished.

    Lobby, Selby Hotel
  6. Travelodge Toronto Downtown West

    On King Street just west of Bathurst Street, near top restaurants and clubs, this three-floor motel offers free parking in its courtyard. Rooms are standard but spacious. Breakfast is included.

  7. The Strathcona Hotel

    Guests enjoy the modern, updated rooms (including that rare type – a single), and use of a fitness club next door. The hotel is right by the Air Canada Centre and close to other major attractions; a pub and restaurant are located in the hotel.

    • 60 York St

    • 416 363 3321

  8. Roehampton Hotel and Suites

    With its heated rooftop pool and well-appointed rooms and suites, this Best Western is a pleasant, affordable home away from home. It is a short walk to the Eglinton subway station and the many excellent shops and restaurants nearby.

    Suite, Roehampton Hotel
  9. Four Points Sheraton

    Facing Lake Ontario, just a few steps away, this small hotel is about a 15-minute drive from downtown. Parking is free, rooms are large and well-furnished, and there’s a restaurant and bar.

  10. Valhalla Inn

    Business travelers as well as families with children are cared for in this modern, multi-story hotel located west of Toronto. Every amenity is offered, including an indoor pool and two restaurants.

Mid-priced Hotels

  1. Holiday Inn on King

    Whether you are visiting for business or leisure, this downtown hotel is good value. Heated rooftop pool, in-room spa services, restaurant, bar, and deli.

  2. Novotel Toronto Center

    Well-placed near many downtown attractions, this hotel is a good representative of the French chain. The large rooms are functional, and there is a lovely lobby, a fitness room, and indoor pool.

  3. Doubletree International Plaza Hotel Toronto Airport

    While the parents attend a conference, kids are kept busy in the indoor waterpark and supervised children’s program. This hotel near Pearson Airport has 433 exceptionally well-appointed guestrooms and is a popular conference center. A variety of restaurants and bars ensure you rarely need leave the premises.

  4. Courtyard Toronto Downtown

    An indoor pool, whirlpool, exercise room, and sauna are among the amenities found in this comfortable 17-floor Marriott hotel. With many high-tech conveniences in the rooms, such as high-speed Internet access and phones with data ports, a working stay here is enjoyable.

  5. Grand Hotel and Suites Toronto

    Rooms and suites in this large boutique hotel are spacious and luxuriously furnished; some have private terraces. Features include an opulent pool, a huge rooftop patio with two whirlpools and spectacular city views, a spa and fitness club, a business center, and meeting rooms.

    Pool, Grand Hotel
  6. Radisson Plaza Hotel Admiral Toronto Harbourfront

    Bright, large rooms in this hotel steps from Lake Ontario and harbourfront attractions appeal to both business and leisure travelers. There is a good restaurant, and a rooftop pool and deck overlooking the lake.

  7. Sheraton Fallsview

    East-facing rooms in this comfortable high-rise hotel offer fantastic views of Niagara Falls. Staff is extremely knowledgeable and helpful; rooms are large and well-appointed.

  8. Howard Johnson Hotel – Downtown

    This Yorkville hotel with only 69 rooms offers good value and an excellent location, close to top attractions and shopping. Rooms are ample.

  9. The Old Mill Inn

    This boutique inn on the Humber River is a 15-minute drive west of downtown. All 47 rooms overlook the river; the 13 suites are located in the historic old mill building. Rooms are luxurious and there’s an excellent restaurant, spa, and wellness center.

  10. Cambridge Suites

    Excellent service is standard at this hotel offering two-room suites only. Fully equipped work areas have all the bells and whistles, including a fax machine. Microwave, fridge, and coffeemaker are in every suite.

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