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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.
Holiday Inn Toronto Downtown Centre

Holiday Inn Toronto Downtown Centre Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Renovated in 2010 with a bright, modern overhaul to the rooms, lobby, and hallways, the three-pearl Holiday Inn Downtown Toronto Centre is nothing fancy. But it’s still a warm, welcoming property in a safe, convenient part of town just between the city’s two major shopping districts -- the Toronto Eaton Centre and Bloor-Yorkville area. Rooms (and even suites) are on the small side and thus not ideal for families planning to spend a lot of time in the hotel, but the pool with its outdoor patio offers a relaxing respite from downtown, as does the attached Caesar Spa. Virtually every hot spot in the city is within easy access and, for sports fans, the famous Maple Leaf Gardens is right next door. Compare rates at the nearby and enormous Eaton Chelsea for a bigger indoor pool.
Best Western Primrose Hotel Downtown-Toronto

Best Western Primrose Hotel Downtown-Toronto Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This mid-range chain located near the University of Toronto isn't luxurious, but it does offer large rooms at low prices. You'll be sharing the building with long-term residents, and the adjacent park can feel a little seedy at night, but the hotel is only a few blocks from the subway and within walking distance of some tourist attractions, such as Eaton Centre, the massive shopping complex. You may want to request a higher floor for better city views.
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.
Bond Place Hotel

Bond Place Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 285-room Bond Place Hotel's sleek, minimalist rooms may be on the small side, but they're thoroughly modern, with big flat-screen TVs, mini-fridges, light hardwood floors, and shiny marble bathrooms. The hotel is the Queen's Park and the University District, just north of the Financial District, and within walking distance of popular tourist attractions. But note that features are few -- just an espresso bar and a small fitness center.
Hotel Victoria

Hotel Victoria Rating: 3.0 Pearls

You'd never guess the Hotel Victoria's 56 cute rooms belong to a historic property: They're thoroughly modern, with 32-inch flat-screen TVs, iPod docks, and free Wi-Fi. The stylish contemporary decor includes hardwood floors, blue-and-white bedding, and sleek black furniture, and the price is right -- but some rooms are small and dark.
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.
The Strathcona Hotel

The Strathcona Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This eco-friendly, mid-range hotel sits in the heart of Downtown Toronto, blocks from shops, restaurants and popular sites. The rooms are small but clean, with light wood floors, minimalist contemporary decor, and ultra-comfy beds -- but rooms at the nearby Hotel Victoria are perhaps a tad more stylish, so it's worth comparing rates.
Woodbine Hotel & Suites

Woodbine Hotel & Suites Rating: 2.5 Pearls

Woodbine Hotel & Suites is a two-and-a-half pearl hotel located less than five miles away from Toronto Pearson International Airport. With Wi-Fi, breakfast, and on-site parking all offered for free, the hotel is a reasonably-priced option for guests en route to or from the airport. However, its remote location on Highway 27 is likely to leave those without their own transportation feeling stranded and past guests have complained about noise from the nearby convention center. The hotel’s 55 guest rooms are neat but the decor is dated, and there are almost no on-site amenities. Guests seeking anything more than simply a place to sleep and eat breakfast could be disappointed. The nearby Comfort Inn Toronto Airport and Travelodge Hotel Toronto Airport both offer better value for budget travelers.
Comfort Inn East

Comfort Inn East Rating: 2.5 Pearls

The Comfort Inn East is a budget hotel set in a relatively desolate suburban area of Toronto. The 76 guest rooms are generic but large and well-maintained. The hotel is functional rather than flashy, but includes a few considerate extras like a free hot breakfast buffet and small fitness center. With free on-site parking and a location 30 minutes away from downtown Toronto, the hotel is an affordable base for travelers on business in the area or those who don’t mind driving to reach the city’s main attractions. GO trains to the city center are found within reasonable walking distance, but the walk, plus the 25-minute train ride is a long trek for downtown sightseeing.

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Oyster Pearl Rating

  • Award-Winning

What's Your Style?

  • Value
  • Kid-Friendly
  • Romantic
  • Boutique
  • Business
  • Historic
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Locations

  • Art and Design District
  • Entertainment District
  • Financial District
  • Queen's Park and The University
  • Yorkville

Amenities

  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Basic Television
  • Business Center
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Brands

  • Best Western
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