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Toronto is the top city to visit in Canada (though some will argue Vancouver) because of its trendy neighbourhoods, its fine eats and multiculturalism. It’s an entertainment destination where no matter what type of traveler you are you will not get bored.

Be forewarned that Toronto is not the cheapest destination to stay in, especially for accommodation. But I have put together this list of top hostels and hotels in Toronto to fit any budget. From backpacker hot spots in hostels to boutique hotels in Toronto, plus budget hotels, you’re guaranteed to find the best hotels in Toronto for your upcoming stay.

Hostels in Toronto

These are amongst the best hostels in Toronto based off of their location and ratings on HostelWorld. These Toronto hostels are all located in downtown Toronto and are within walking distance of some of the best neighbourhoods. Plus public transit is always close by to get to across the city.

HI Toronto

HI-Toronto
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You’ll struggle to find budget accommodation with a better location that HI Toronto. From the hostel you can walk to St Lawrence Market, shopping on Queen Street or the Eaton Centre, a ton of nightlife and a grocery store. Free tours and city events are organized for guests and you can check out the on-site bar, The Cavern for drinks, food and live music.

 

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The Only Backpacker’s Inn

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Check in here for chilled out and relaxed vibes. This colourful hostel sits on top of an espresso bar/cafe and local pub with over 200 kinds of beer. It’s right by a subway station to get you around town, offers free Wi-fi and breakfast is included. They’ve also got a large liscened patio for good times.

 

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Planet Traveler Hostel

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Planet Traveler Hostel is a completey green hostel with features that make it eco-friendly. Their location is right by some of Toronto’s best neighbourhoods like Kensington Market for shopping, Little Italy, China Town and the Annex. You’ll find hip bars and restaurants tucked away on the side streets of these areas along with museums. Did I mention that they have free breakfast until 1PM?

 

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The Clarence Park

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This hostel is restored in a beautiful building and is amdist a little oasis across from a park. The rooftop deck is equipped with a BBQ, there’s a french cafe to grab a freshly baked croissant and events are held weekly for guests. It’s a prime location with shopping, entertainment and food all within a few minutes walk.

 

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Cheap Hotels in Toronto

These cheap hotels in downtown Toronto are a great bang for their buck with locations that can’t get any better. These are amazing spots for Toronto accommodation at a decent price that will have you in the middle of it all and within walking distance to the most popular tourist spots.

DoubleTree by Hilton

This 4-star hotel at a convient price is located in a Toronto hot spot, the entertainment district. Right in the city centre, bars, restaurants and shopping is all located within walking distance. There are two on-site restaurants, a jacuzzi, indoor pool, sauna and free Wi-fi.

 

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Ramada Plaza

Right in the city centre you’ll find nightly entertainment, shopping, restaurants and the main sightseeing areas all within walking distance of Ramada Plaza. A fitness centre with a swimming pool, sauna, free Wi-Fi and a spa and wellness centre are some of the ammenities. Breakfast is served daily and a lounge bar is the perfect spot for an evening drink.

 

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Holiday Inn Toronto Bloor Yorkville

Guests can window shop in the lively Yorkville neighbourhood or the bustling Annex. Rooms have complimentary Wi-Fi, breakfast is served a la carte at the on-site restaurant and many attractions are within walking distance. Many bars and restaurants are close-by.

 

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Super 8 Downtown Toronto

Super 8 Downtown Toronto is within walking distance of some of Toronto’s best neighbourhoods like Chinatown and the famous Queen Street West which is known for its shopping. Many tourist attractions are also close-by like the Art Gallery of Ontario. The hotel rooms are cosy with ammenities that include an on-site gym and massage services.

 

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Comfort Inn Hotel Downtown Toronto

Get yourself close to the action with this ideally located hotel. It’s surrounded by a popular shopping area and is within walking distance of Maple Leaf Square, the Royal Ontario Museum and Yorkville. Wi-fi is complimentary, breakfast is served a la carte or is continental. An on-site Japanese restaurant is also available.

 

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Luxury Hotels in Toronto

These downtown Toronto hotels will offer you a fabulous weekend getway. Get ready to feel pampered with some of the amazing ammenities and upscale rooms that these hotels in downtown Toronto have.

Fairmont Royal York

You’ll be living the high life with the amenities and location of this swanky hotel. Find yourself surrounded by shopping, trendy restaurants and some of Toronto’s main attractions all within walking distance. The rooms feature private spa baths and on-site there is a spa, Turkish bath, heated pool, jacuzzi and sauna.

 

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Shangri-La Hotel Toronto

Set in the middle of the action, Shangri-La Hotel Toronto is within walking distance of the trendy Queen Street West, CN Tower and Dundas Square. This luxurious 4-star accommodation offers an in-house spa, a fitness centre with a pool and a Turkish steam bath. Don’t even get me started on the on-site restaurant and bar where you’ll be treated like a super star.

 

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The Ritz-Carlton

Kick-back and indulge at this 5-star hotel in Toronto’s downtown core. The surrounding area is known for its shopping, the CN Tower and Queen Street West among other top attractions are all within walking distance. Spend some time at the indoor pool, golf course and beauty centre that are all on-site.

 

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Hotel Le Germain Maple Leaf Square

Hotel Le Germain Maple Leaf Square is ideally located in the centre of downtown Toronto. It’s literally steps away from the Air Canada Centre where the Toronto Maple Leafs (hockey) and Toronto Raptors (basketball) play. Many boutiques and shops are within walking distance as well as The Harbourfront. The rooms are trendy with plenty of restaurants close-by and an on-site restaurant.

 

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Park Hyatt

Indulge in relaxtion with the in-room spa bath, the on-site spa and wellness centre or Turkish bath. There’s a rooftop terrace, sauna, jacuzzi, pool and fitness centre as well. Two on-site restaurants are available as well as complimentary Wi-fi. Park Hyatt is located in the Annex, a trendy part of downtown Toronto with a big arts scene.

 

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You’re spoiled for choice with these Toronto hotels but if they don’t suit your fancy take a look at some other Toronto hotel deals.

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  • I had no idea that Toronto had so many hostels! I’m lucky that I’m only an hour drive away from the big city, but it’s good to know for friends who might be looking! Great post 🙂

    • I had no idea until I did some research! I lived in Toronto for 5 years so I guess I never really needed to know!