3 Star Hotels in Toronto
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Map of 3 star hotels in Toronto
- 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
Three Star Toronto hotels
Here's a quick overview of what our verified guests have rated as the best Toronto 3 star hotels for:
- Cleanliness: Stylish Condo by CN Tower
- Service: A Seaton Dream B&B
- Comfort: Stylish Condo by CN Tower
- Condition: Making Waves Boatel
With most 3 star hotels offering personal services, their mid-scale facilities will combine comfort and convenience, giving you a perfect place to crash after your business trip while providing quality amenities like a hotel restaurant, fitness center, and more. The affordable prices offered by Hotels.com matched with the comfortable, well-appointed rooms and beautiful lobbies in these hotels will provide an enjoyable holiday without breaking the bank. Located near expressways and business areas, your hotel will be near commercial areas and accessible destinations, giving you different ways to spend your free time in Toronto.
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