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What you should know about Etobicoke

Etobicoke's swathe of well-to-do suburbs, picturesque parks, and meandering creeks spreads across the western edge of Toronto. Its main claim to fame is the Toronto Pearson International Airport which stands at its border. But this also a neighborhood where Toronto's high-rise bustle takes a back seat. Here you can stroll along Lake Ontario's shore, take a swing at one of Etobicoke's many golf clubs, or while away an afternoon at the mall.

Hotels in Etobicoke

Most of the hotels in Etobicoke are gathered close to Toronto Pearson airport, especially along nearby Dixon Road. Made up of deluxe name chain hotels, they include mid-range stalwarts such as the Courtyard by Marriott Toronto Airport. This 3-star Etobicoke hotel boasts a sleek interior and premium features like an indoor pool and a 24-hour business center. The next-door Sandman Signature Toronto Airport Hotel gets good reviews for its excellent value and the great food served at its casual dining grill. There are some good options for bespoke accommodation in Etobicoke too—the Old Mill Toronto is a classy 4-star spa hotel with lovely views over the Humboldt River.

Things to see in Etobicoke

Close to Toronto Pearson Airport lies Woodbine Racetrack, the place Torontonians head to watch thoroughbreds in action. Besides the thrills of the turf, you can also enjoy thrilling rides of your own at the Woodbine Center's Fantasy Fair, the largest indoor amusement park in Ontario. Natural splendor forms much of the attraction of this neighborhood, whether it's Lake Ontario's shoreline or the creeks that cut their way down to it. The Wild Water Kingdom, a water-themed amusement park, takes full advantage, being set among the creek's wild waters. Among the many parks and gardens strung along these creeks, James Gardens is one of the prettiest, with colorful flower beds set among its ponds and rock gardens. It connects to the miles of cycling and pedestrian trails that thread along the Humboldt River. There's history nearby too. Montgomery's Inn is a museum housed in a 180-year-old former inn that's been restored to its 19th-century splendor.

Good for business travelers

For all its natural charms and pleasing attractions, most visitors come to Etobicoke here because of the international airport sitting just to the west. Toronto Pearson Airport is a major connecting airline for destinations across North America, and many visitors find themselves at an Etobicoke hotel as part of a transfer elsewhere. There's good reason to linger though, especially for business travelers. Etobicoke has a good convention center near to the airport, with plenty of potential for corporate entertainment, whether it's a day at the races or on the golf course. And Canada's corporate capital in Toronto's financial district lies less than a half hour's drive to the east.

How to get to Etobicoke

With the airport right on its doorstep, travel to Etobicoke and its hotels couldn't be simpler. Most hotels lie at the gateway to Toronto Pearson International, and offer a shuttle bus service to and from the airport. If you're looking to head into Downtown Toronto or its Financial District, then the airport offers good public transport links too. The UP express train service runs every half hour from here (more often at commuter times) and takes 25 minutes to get you to Union Station in the center of Toronto.

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