Hotels in Toronto
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The Fairmont Royal York
Toronto 1,041 yd from city centre
The closest major airports to The Fairmont Royal York are:Toronto, ON (YTZ-Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport) - 1.9 km /...
Pantages Hotel Toronto Centre
Toronto 705 yd from city centre
This downtown Toronto hotel is across from Massey Hall and one block from Eaton Centre, the city's top shopping destination....
The Anndore House, Part Of Jdv By Hyatt
Toronto 1.1 mi from city centre
Make use of convenient amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and a hair salon. Enjoy...
Holiday Inn Toronto Downtown Centre, An Ihg
Toronto 1,134 yd from city centre
The closest major airports to Holiday Inn Toronto Downtown Centre are:Toronto, ON (YTZ-Billy Bishop Toronto City) - 3.5 km...
Holiday Inn Express Toronto Downtown, An Ihg
Toronto 1,225 yd from city centre
The property is situated within walking distance from the main attractions in Toronto, St. Lawrence Market, CN Tower, Air...
X Toronto By Library Collection
Toronto 1.9 mi from city centre
Hotel X Toronto by Library Hotel Collection features waterfront and city skyline views. Situated on the historic Exhibition...
Chelsea Hotel Toronto
Toronto 747 yd from city centre
The closest major airports to Delta Chelsea Hotel are:Toronto, ON (YTZ-Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport) - 3.1 km / 1.9...
Tourism in Toronto
English is the official language in this city, unlike in the state of Quebec, and it is the most important English-speaking capital in Canada. Toronto is diversified and multicultural. The immigration rate is high, which enriches the city as an international city, but without forgetting the environmental focus that exists among all Canadians.
Toronto is one of the cities with the best quality of life of the world and one of the most visited cities in Canada. The main attraction of Toronto is visiting the CN tower, which is one of the world's largest skyscrapers. Another characteristic of the city is Yonge Street, which is one of the longest in the world, where leisure activities co-exist alongside shopping, theaters, cinemas, etc. The Eastern Center, Dundas Square, Hockey Hall of Fame or Nathan Philips Square are many other places, where you can get lost in this city, in which behind the huge buildings of concrete, iron or other materials, a multitude of neighborhoods of diverse nationalities lies, which gives this city a very peculiar character.
Strolling from one neighborhood to another, we can walk through several countries in one city by visiting each of the small international neighborhoods that have been created in Toronto. Toronto is multicultural and is committed to art, fun and quality tourism. A city where no one will feel a stranger.