Best Accommodation in Toronto, Canada (I)

Best Accommodation in Toronto, Canada (I)

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Toronto is the most populated metropolis in Canada and the regional capital of Ontario. It is situated in Southern Ontario upon the northwestern coastline of the famous Lake Ontario.  In this series we will review the best accommodation in Toronto, Canada.

 

1. Best Accommodation in Toronto, Canada: Clarion Hotel & Suites Selby

 

Built in 1882, this Victorian building was converted into a hotel in 1915. Its most famous resident was Ernest Hemingway, who stayed here while he worked as a foreign correspondent for the Toronto Star.

 

Located near the Church/Wellesley neighborhood, it continues to be a downtown hotel of choice for those wanting an alternative to city highrises. Its 82 rooms range from basic to suites with fireplaces and jacuzzis.

 

Do stay in the Hemingway Suite if have any literary aspirations. You can write at the same table where he reputedly penned 'A Farewell to Arms'.

 

2. Best Accommodation in Toronto, Canada: Delta Chelsea

 

Kids love this downtown hotel. It could be because of the 130-ft corkscrew water slide, or perhaps it's the kids' centre filled with activities, and the special treats they get when they check in. It does its best to cater to the younger set and their parents, who can take advantage of the theatre babysitting and grab a show, or escape for a couple of hours at the adults-only pool.

 

Teens will enjoy Club 33, their very own lounge stocked with video games, and teen shoppers will also appreciate the hotel's location, right next door to the Eaton Centre.

 

Do sign up the kids to Camp Chelsea, a drop-in full-day activity program, if you're here during March break or the summer. Extra fees apply.

 

3. Best Accommodation in Toronto, Canada: Drake Hotel

 

Here at The Drake, guests sleep in crash pads (other hotels call them rooms). The restaurant, cafe, patio and nightclub are filled with young film producers and other artsy types. Looking around at the stylish young patrons, it's easy to forget the hotel like the West Queen West neighborhood it's in was pretty derelict in the not-so-distant past. Now the hotel is known for its art vibe with an in-house curator and imaginative collection, as well as its thriving nightlife.

 

Don't be surprised if the room-service menu has more than just food.