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The Hazelton Hotel

The Hazelton Hotel Rating: 5.0 Pearls

This intimate, 77-room boutique offers top-notch luxury: sleek, sophisticated room decor; and luxe dark granite bathrooms with soaking tubs, heated floors, and mirror LCD TVs. The great location (blocks from Bloor Street) and hip vibe help explain the high prices.
Trump International Hotel and Tower Toronto

Trump International Hotel and Tower Toronto Rating: 5.0 Pearls

This 261-room Trump property is one of Toronto's top luxury hotels, located conveniently in the city's Financial District near many tourist sights. Contemporary decor is opulent without being over-the-top, and the rooms feature many high-end details, such as fireplaces, deep soaking tubs, wet bars, iHome sound systems, and Nespresso machines. The fitness center and indoor pool area offer stunning city views, and the chic spa features a whirlpool and sauna. The on-site restaurant, appropriately called STOCK (a nod to the hotel's FiDi location), serves solid locally sourced fare, and the two lounges are popular drinking spots with the business set. It's an excellent pick for business travelers, with 12,000 square feet of event space available, but well-heeled leisure travelers will also find plenty to appreciate.
The Ritz-Carlton, Toronto

The Ritz-Carlton, Toronto Rating: 5.0 Pearls

From its high-end decor to its high-tech amenities, the 267-room Ritz-Carlton exudes a luxurious vibe. The design style is a blend of modern and traditional; the lobby, for example, features large open arches, wood-paneled walls, trendy mid-century modern furniture, high ceilings with funky fixtures -- and the occasional large marble leaf embossed on the tile floor. The sleek rooms, decorated in neutral colors with jewel-toned accents, are massive (even the standard deluxe ones). The large marble bathrooms are impressive, with separate showers and tubs, heated floors, and TVs in the mirrors. But with top-notch luxury comes over-the-top prices: the restaurant, lounge, and spa are super expensive, and the fee for Wi-Fi may make some guests feel nickel-and-dimed.
The Ivy at Verity

The Ivy at Verity Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The Ivy at Verity is a stylish hotel with four rooms set in downtown Toronto. With its understated entrance, this four-and-a-half-pearl hotel feels secluded despite being located within half a mile of popular shopping and dining areas. Large rooms feature striking decor reminiscent of an elegant Parisian apartment, plus offer private terraces and huge bathrooms. With fashionable lounges and meeting rooms as well as a swish spa and an upscale restaurant, the hotel is ideal for relaxation or productivity. Men are free to stay at the property, but the hotel facilities are geared towards women. The women-only spa and fitness center in particular may come as a disappointment for male guests.
Four Seasons Hotel Toronto

Four Seasons Hotel Toronto Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The fact that luxury seekers come from afar just to experience the Four Season’s day spa; the largest in Toronto, Dine at Daniel Boulud’s Michelin-winning restaurant, and drink unique cocktails at d|bar indicate that this luxury hotel is a step above the rest. You will however pay: from the pricey (though spacious, comfortable, and high-tech) rooms to valet parking to breakfast. Located in the center of Yorkville, Toronto’s classiest neighborhood full of chic shops and cafes, the hotel is the epitome of modern luxury and convenience for adult tourists and business travelers. Although Four Seasons offers kid-sized plush bathrobes and a welcome gift for children, the hotel is best enjoyed as a romantic retreat or to impress business associates. Unlike the Ritz-Carlton or the Trump, the Four Seasons is not connected to Toronto’s underground walkway system, so bundle up for on-foot excursions in the wintertime.
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.
Old Mill Toronto

Old Mill Toronto Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Old Mill Toronto is a 100-year-old forest sanctuary that has a romantic lodge feel, with elegant dining options and 57 guest rooms. Rooms are traditionally furnished with comfy, plush furniture, flat-screen TVs, and fireplaces. It's an expensive place to stay, and guests pay a premium for the hotel's peace and seclusion. Those looking for something a bit more lively might prefer the Grand Hotel & Suites Toronto.
Pantages Hotel Toronto Centre

Pantages Hotel Toronto Centre Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Pantages Hotel has a convenient location, within walking distance of many locations, and its amenities (including the upscale spa and the cool martini bar) are impressive. Rooms offer a decent amount of space and feature modern decor that is masculine, yet warm. Hardwood floors and area rugs create a homey vibe, but some of the furniture shows wear and tear. The hotel can be nice for those with extended stays (all but the standard Chic Suites have kitchenettes), but travelers looking for a cheaper price tag should consider the mid-range Bond Place Hotel a couple of blocks away, which has a similarly cool vibe, up-to-date rooms, and free internet in the lobby.
Hotel le Germain Maple Leaf Square

Hotel le Germain Maple Leaf Square Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This 167-room property, a part of the Maple Leaf Square complex, is a modern hotel with a convenient downtown location. The rooms come complete with modern amenities (large flat-screen TVs and iPod docks), cool open bathrooms (that can be made family-friendly with shades and doors), and sleek white-and-black decor -- although the muscle-centric photographs above the beds are a bit odd. The hotel has two cool lounges, but there is no restaurant -- and unlike at other luxurious downtown Toronto hotels, there is no pool.


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