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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.
Thompson Toronto

Thompson Toronto Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Thompson Toronto is every bit as hip as its sister properties. Rooms are sleek, with floor-to-ceiling windows with excellent views, mod furniture, flat-screen TVs, and custom-made Sferra sheets -- and the dazzlingly white marble bathrooms sport rainforest showerheads and heated floors. The lively patios and bars, renowned dining at Scarpetta, and unique rooftop infinity pool attract young, trendy crowds. But the property is located in a newly gentrified area that is not particularly kid-friendly, so families and those looking for less of a nightlife scene may want to book elsewhere.
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.
The Drake Hotel

The Drake Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Located in the newly gentrified area of the Art and Design District, the 19-room Drake Hotel has funky decor and a design that fits in nicely with the neighborhood. Each of the nineteen rooms has its own hip style, complemented by modern touches such as flat-screen TVs and iPod docks. But the hip vibe comes with a price -- with a hot club that stays open until the wee hours of the morning, The Drake Hotel is not the place for guests looking for a good night's sleep. Those who prefer more peace and quiet should consider hotels outside this hopping neighborhood, like the equally modern (and less expensive!) Hotel Victoria, located ten minutes away.
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.
Gladstone Hotel

Gladstone Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Housed in a historic, Romanesque Revival style building, The Gladstone Hotel embodies the Art and Design District's marriage of old-school allure and new-school funk. Each of the thirty-seven rooms is designed by a different artist, but you may have to wait a minute for a hotel employee to operate the 1907 hand-crank elevator before getting to your room. The scene at the hotel is hip and young, and revelers can be heard at the hotel's Melody Bar late into the night, so if you're looking for peace and quiet, you may want to consider hotels outside this hopping neighborhood, like the equally modern (and less expensive!) Hotel Victoria, located ten minutes away. Or opt for the earplugs the hotel provides!
Hostelling International Toronto

Hostelling International Toronto Rating: 1.5 Pearls

Hostelling International Toronto is a branch of the worldwide youth hostel organization, located within a five-minute walk of the subway in downtown Toronto. Simple dorms and private rooms at this one-and-a-half-pearl hostel are designed for guests seeking a place to sleep rather than to linger. Shared and en-suite bathrooms are clean but most are tiny. The free freshly-prepared breakfast each day is a thoughtful extra. With comfy common areas, an on-site cafe and bar that features live music, and free group activities organized every day, HI-Toronto is an affordable base for budget travelers to socialize and explore the city.


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