Best hotels in Toronto, Canada

Here you'll find a list of the best hotels in Toronto which have been recommended by critics from The New York Times, The Guardian, Lonely Planet and many more. All hotel recommendations are referenced with customer reviews from several booking platforms and all listed hotels have a rating of at least 4 out of 5 stars.

Drake Hotel Toronto

The Drake Hotel, Toronto


“Here’s a home-away-from-home in Toronto’s trendy West Queen West neighborhood. From the tiny Solo room to the extra-large Suite, the Drake Hotel is the perfect place for travelers looking for a more eclectic place to lay their heads.”

Thompson Hotel Toronto

Hotel Thompson, Toronto


“The Thompson’s 102 guest rooms (some with balconies) have floor-to-ceiling windows, heated bathroom floors and unique lighting features, along with plasma TVs and iHome docking stations.”

Gladstone Hotel Toronto

Gladstone Hotel, Toronto

New York Times

“The 37-room Gladstone Hotel is as much art destination as sleeping quarters: the first two floors are filled with exhibitions, and each room was designed by an artist. The Sunday bluegrass brunch is packed with children.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Toronto, Canada.

4.7 Hazelton Hotel Toronto

The Hazelton Hotel, Toronto

Lonely Planet

“Competitors in the luxury hotel class have in recent years made it harder for the Hazelton to uphold its self-professed reputation as Toronto’s most exclusive hotel: but try it will, and you’ll only benefit from its efforts. Sophisticated, dramatic and sexy.”

Grand Hotel Toronto

The Grand Hotel & Suites, Toronto


“One of the best hotels in Toronto, dollar for dollar, the Grand’s 177 suites are all done up to strike a tasteful, understated tone. They come with fully equipped kitchenettes and all the regular features — TVs, CD and DVD players.”

Soho Metropolitan Toronto

SoHo Metropolitan Hotel, Toronto


“This contemporary hotel in a slick condominium complex is a short walk from the shops and restaurants on King West and Queen West, plus the bars and clubs in the Entertainment District.”