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Perched on the edge of Lake Ontario, Hamilton is famous for being home to the television and film industries, and there's a strong cultural and artistic vibe in this laid back city. Its location close to the Niagara Falls area makes it popular with tourists, and in-between the high rise buildings you'll find lots of beautifully kept parklands where you can relax and enjoy the outdoors.

Things to see

At Copps Coliseum you'll find a varied calendar of events, including gigs by world famous musicians, monster truck shows, and wrestling. Sat amongst 19,000 other fans in this modern arena, you'll enjoy a noisy and lively atmosphere with excellent views of the stage from various angles. McMaster University has their main campus in Hamilton; a leafy, pleasant area with many buildings from the 1920s, and a thick border of tall trees that give it a relaxed and calm atmosphere. Here you'll find several colleges for different departments, museums, and an outdoor stadium for the popular college team. Adjacent to the campus is the Royal Botanical Gardens which has over 2,000 acres of both cultivated and wild land, with a peaceful atmosphere where you can see rare specimens, enjoy the smell of wildflowers, and learn how the center is helping with conservation efforts. The Art Gallery of Hamilton is a cultural hub for the city, and this modern building hosts not only art exhibitions from local and international artists, but also classes, film screenings, talks, and other events popular with the local community.

Hotels in Hamilton

There's a wide selection of hotels in Hamilton for both leisure and business travelers, and you'll find many comfortable 3 and 4 star hotels close to the city center. These contemporary, stylish properties offer all the facilities you need for your stay, and you'll enjoy features such as indoor pools, spa tubs, fitness centers, free WiFi, 24 hour business centers, a choice of restaurants, bars, rooftop terraces, and concierge services. There are also a wide range of rooms available to suit different party sizes, and you'll often find amenities such as LCD televisions, often refrigerators, microwaves, and premium bedding.

Where to stay

There's a wide selection of hotels in Hamilton for both leisure and business travelers, and you'll find many comfortable 3 and 4 star hotels close to the city center. These contemporary, stylish properties offer all the facilities you need for your stay, and you'll enjoy features such as indoor pools, spa tubs, fitness centers, free WiFi, 24 hour business centers, a choice of restaurants, bars, rooftop terraces, and concierge services. There are also a wide range of rooms available to suit different party sizes, and you'll often find amenities such as LCD televisions, often refrigerators, microwaves, and premium bedding.

How to get to Hamilton

John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport has regular flights arriving from across Canada, as well as seasonal services to the Caribbean, Mexico, and Miami. The airport is located just south of the city, with a regular bus running from the center which takes about 45 minutes. You can also pick up rental cars or taxis from the terminal, with the journey downtown taking around 20 minutes. The Hamilton GO Centre is a train and bus station, with services for Greyhound Canada, Coach Canada, and local buses arriving here. It's also on the Lakeshore West train line, with regular services to Toronto and seasonal trips to Niagara Falls.