The basic promise of the big hotel chains is the same experience wherever you are in the world. If you want to get the true essence of a city, a locally owned hotel is the way to go. Our locally owned hotels can offer unique experiences, and we’re able to use local purveyors of food, beverages, furnishings, flowers, soaps, music and more.
The Anndore House at 15 Charles Street East is designed with flair and run with passionate attention to detail. It’s close to Bloor Street’s Mink Mile, some of the best shopping Toronto has to offer, as well as museums, spas and fabulous dining (including Constantine, the in-house restaurant).
Situated at 60 York Street, the upscale and historic Strathcona Hotel boasts 194 guest rooms, a vintage pub and the York Street Café. It’s walking distance from world famous attractions like the CN Tower, Ripley’s Aquarium, the Rogers Centre and more. And the hotel’s dedicated team is always ready with recommendations to make your visit even better.
Iconic history. Modern comforts. Central location. The Hotel Victoria has delighted visitors in downtown Toronto for more than 100 years. Conveniently located in the city’s financial district at 56 Yonge Street, this hotel is steps from many local attractions, including shopping, dining, history, architecture and more.
With 285 guest rooms and five meeting spaces, the Bond Hotel at 65 Dundas Street East puts you at the centre of all the action. Shop, explore, attend, eat, drink and experience all The 6ix has to offer, from the comfort and convenience of this unique and lively base.
At 200 Victoria Street in the heart of one of Toronto’s most vibrant neighbourhoods, the Pantages Hotel is steps away from theatres, top shopping destinations and the famous Yonge Street. From local knowledge and recommendations to customized special requests, the team at the Pantages strives to make each stay a memorable and effortless experience.
This downtown spot at 45 The Esplanade offers variety of services to make any stay exceptional. Whether you are visiting for business or fun, you’ll be surrounded by all you need, including a gym, a pool, meeting rooms, a lounge and the on-site Café Nicole. True to its name, Novotel Toronto Centre is minutes from some of Toronto’s major attractions, theatres and concert facilities, the St. Lawrence Market, Harbourfront and many local shopping and dining options.
Along with its expansive views of the Toronto skyline and harbour, the Radisson Admiral at 249 Queens Quay West features amenities like a fitness centre, laundry service, a business centre and more. The hotel’s Lakeview Pool Lounge is one of the best summer destinations in the city and its Watermark Restaurant is a great place to unwind.