Luxury Hotels in Toronto
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- Air Canada Centre
- CN Tower
- Toronto Eaton Centre
- Rogers Centre
- Metro Toronto Convention Centre
- Ontario Place
- Ripley's Aquarium of Canada
- Vaughan Mills Mall
- BMO Field
- Yorkdale Shopping Centre
- University of Toronto
- Scarborough Town Centre
- Hockey Hall of Fame
- The Distillery Historic District
- Casa Loma
- Woodbine Racetrack
- Canada's Wonderland
- Hospital for Sick Children
- Toronto Congress Centre
Toronto Luxury Hotels
Best areas in Toronto for luxury hotelsEnergetic Toronto is no stranger to living the highlife, and its hotel line-up proves that. Take the gleaming, mirror-like megastructures that loom above the Toronto Stock Exchange in Old Toronto, crystalline chandeliers and rich-wooden inlays adorning their lobby halls. Then look to the grand Art Deco and Chateaux styles of the historic hotels that dot the edge of the Entertainment District, pools shimmering a blue hue from within their French-flavored interiors. Then comes Yorktown, where grand chain names tout their usual opulence atop the cinemas and theaters below.
Top luxury hotels in TorontoOnce the jewel in the crown of the Canadian Pacific Railway, the impossibly-grand Fairmont Royal York has seen jet setters like Marlene Dietrich and Ray Charles pass through its lobbies. Age has done nothing to fade its glorious veneer, and today the suites still come with authentic fireplaces and plush decor, and there's an indoor pool and a refined Library Bar for afternoon tea. Touting a spa tub and sauna overlooking the town, the Cambridge Suites aren’t far behind, while the outstanding Shangri-la has a huge indoor pool, gardens, lobby fireplaces, and a private cinema.
Where to find the best fine dining in TorontoStarting in the midst of the burgeoning arts and culture hub of North York, Toronto cooks up the likes of fusion Middle Eastern mezze and rustic Neapolitan pizzas. Closer to town and the fine dining becomes even more refined in Yorktown. Here, wine bars replete with Merlot and Bordeaux begin the night, while sleek Italian-themed osterias and stylish sushi restaurants finish it. Downtown Toronto boasts everything from classy Canadian kitchens led by celebrity chefs to haute American fare that's farm-to-table and chichi Italian trattorias scented with basil and fresh tomato.
The most unique things to do in TorontoPrivate yacht charters to see the city from Lake Ontario are a popular way to get acquainted with the beauties of Canada's biggest city. You'll get to sail past pretty outer areas like Oakdale, see the spruce-peppered shorelines, and the reflection of the great skyscrapers along the harbor. In the evening, Toronto's answer to the West End beckons, with everything from ballet to musicals gracing the stages of the Theater District. Private, guided excursions can also be organized to the breathtaking beauties of Niagara Falls, which sit on the far side of Lake Ontario from the city. The trip takes a full day, and luxury travelers can opt to add helicopter flyovers or watery journeys on the Maid of the Mist to the itinerary. You can finish the day with 6-course tasting menus, or with a rooftop cocktail in the heart of town.
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