“The 229-room, all suite Cambridge Suites Toronto is centrally located downtown, close to subways and attractions like the St. Lawrence Market. Portico, the hotel’s restaurant, is pricey but quite good.”
Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Toronto, Canada.
“With its glossy wood, big brass maple leaves, neutral earth tones and original artwork, the Ritz-Carlton is a luxurious tribute to Canadiana. The hotel’s 263 guest rooms, all at least 41 square meters, provide views of the CN Tower and Lake Ontario.”
“The Royal York is the Grand Dame of Toronto’s hotel scene, an imposing stone and copper-roofed structure that’s firmly anchored in a sea of steel and glass. It’s been a star since it officially opened in 1929, a favorite for royalty, celebrities, movie directors and regular folk.”
“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.”