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Radisson Admiral Toronto Harbourfront

Radisson Admiral Toronto Harbourfront Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Super close to Lake Ontario, the Radisson Admiral Toronto Harbourfront has an artistic appeal with both subtle and not-so-subtle waterfront-inspired decor. A bit more expensive than other nearby hotels, the four-pearl Admiral is just small enough to feel personal and large enough to offer amenities to please every kind of guest: huge event and business areas, an outdoor pool for families, spacious rooms, and an on-site restaurant and lounge. Views of the lake and CN Tower are better here than any other place in town. If your visit coincides with the snow, check rates at The Eaton Chelsea for access to their enormous indoor pool.
The Fairmont Royal York

The Fairmont Royal York Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The glamorous Fairmont Royal York is one of Toronto's grand dames, with hand-painted ceilings and crystal chandeliers that harken back to the hotel's opening as the Royal York in 1929. Some rooms are on the small side (not uncommon in a historic hotel), and the beds and furniture look a little generic for a luxury property. But the location is as good as it gets: The hotel is connected by underground PATH walkways to Union Station, Air Canada Centre, Eaton Centre, and the Hockey Hall of Fame, and is blocks from shopping on Yonge Street.
Omni King Edward Hotel

Omni King Edward Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Possibly the most historic hotel in Toronto, the King Edward has had a reputation for elegance for over 100 years. The lobby, dining rooms, ballrooms, and hallways are arguably the most beautiful of any hotel in Toronto. Most of the rooms have been updated with pedestal sinks and chic, if not slightly Spartan, furniture and decor. All units are spacious with huge, comfy beds and modern flat-screen TVs and coffeemakers. Aptly located on King Street, the King Edward is within easy walking distance of many downtown hot spots and the financial district. The venue is ideal for tourists and business travelers willing to pay for prestige.
Hotel Le Germain Toronto

Hotel Le Germain Toronto Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This 122-room boutique hotel is centrally located in the heart of the Entertainment District. Large rooms come with contemporary decor and luxe amenities (like Bose stereos and Molton Brown toiletries), but the highlights are the stylish peek-a-boo showers and the comfy beds. The property boasts a bunch of great perks, including a rooftop terrace, an outdoor putting green, and free cappuccinos and continental breakfasts -- but there’s a loud nightclub open in the weekends across the street, and some rooms are showing signs of wear and tear.
InterContinental Toronto Centre

InterContinental Toronto Centre Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Given its high-rise location next to the CN Tower and connection to the local convention center, the InterContinental's style -- enormous and slick -- is not surprising considering the neighborhood. With large, spacious rooms, a picturesque indoor pool, and an open-concept bar and restaurant right in the lobby, the hotel is ideal for business travelers, individual tourists, and families who appreciate convenience and sophistication. Although rooms are quiet, there’s a lot going on in and around the hotel every day.
Cambridge Suites Hotel

Cambridge Suites Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 229-room Cambridge Suites Hotel provides guests with clean, spacious two-room suites in the hub of downtown Toronto -- only blocks from the Financial District and tourist attractions such as Nathan Phillips Square and St. Lawrence Market. But rooms at the nearby Bond Place Hotel are more modern and stylish (if not as large).
InterContinental Toronto Yorkville

InterContinental Toronto Yorkville Rating: 4.0 Pearls

With eight floors and more than 200 rooms, the Intercontinental Toronto Yorkville isn’t a true boutique, but its many unique features -- rooftop vodka bar, sought after Signatures Restaurant, and homey bay window rooms – give it a distinctive personality. Within walking distance to museums, ethnic restaurants, high-end shops, and everything the fashionable Yorkville neighborhood has to offer, the location is hard to beat. Although the hotel is classy and clean, certain elements -- worn carpet in areas, stiff sheets on the beds -- make the property feel a little dated. Still, considering the upscale neighborhood, the four-pearl InterContinental offers comfort and character.
Eaton Chelsea

Eaton Chelsea Rating: 3.5 Pearls

With 1,590 rooms, the upper-middle-range Eaton Chelsea is the largest hotel in Canada. The Family Fun Zone has a massive indoor pool complete with a water slide and an arts and crafts area resembling a kindergarten classroom. The on-site pub is a draw for adults, offering nightly entertainment that showcases local indie bands as well as jazz and blues ensembles. The 27th floor has an adults-only pool, E-Club Lounge with a gorgeous rooftop deck for Club Room guests, and an enormous glass-encased fitness center with state-of-the-art equipment. Although the rooms are bland and carpeting is a bit dated, all things told, the Eaton Chelsea is a great value, particularly for families, as the property goes above and beyond the call of duty to make kids feel special.
Ramada Plaza Toronto Downtown

Ramada Plaza Toronto Downtown Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Ramada Plaza Toronto Downtown is a three-pearl hotel located in downtown Toronto, as the name implies. The hotel’s 102-guest rooms are large, with sitting areas included in all room categories. The rooms are tidy but unexciting, a trend which continues throughout the hotel’s indoor pool area, restaurant, and fitness center. With the vibrant Church and Wellesley and Yonge and College neighborhoods located a 10-minute walk away, the hotel is a safe bet for sightseers and shoppers. The free Wi-Fi, business center, and flexible meeting and banquet spaces also make it a solid choice for business travelers.
Radisson Hotel Toronto East

Radisson Hotel Toronto East Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This large, quiet chain hotel is situated about 30 minutes from downtown Toronto and is geared toward guests with cars. The suburban location means it's more affordable than downtown hotels and the pool and peacefulness make it a good choice for visitors planning on driving everywhere. Rooms are stylish and comfortable for a mid-range hotel while the on-site restaurant and fitness center are nice perks. Still, some carpets and appliances need upgrading and the Wi-Fi is spotty.


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