Where to Stay in Toronto First Time: 8 Best Areas & Neighborhoods

In this guide, I will help you to find Where to stay in Toronto first time, (for family, without a car, nightlife, and on a budget), the best areas to stay in Toronto (with a map and video), best hotels in Toronto for all budgets (including the hotel where I stayed), and the safest places.

Located along the north bank of Lake Ontario, Toronto is one of Canada’s top tourist cities. With almost twenty-eight million visitors passing through the city each year, Toronto clearly has a wide appeal. There is plenty of things to see and do to keep everyone happy no matter how long your visit. 

Toronto is generall a safe city for tourists but like all big city, you should take some precautions and common sense. You should be aware of the surrounding and avoid walking at night in the neighborhoods of Bloor, Dundas Street, and Queen Street.

Downtown is one of the safest places to stay in Toronto with plenty of things to do and see. It is recommended to avoid St. Jamestown, Jane & Finch area, Regent Park, Neilson & Finch.

Where to Stay in Toronto first time?

The best areas to stay in Toronto for first-timers and tourists are Downtown, Chinatown, Harbourfront, Entertainment District, Yorkville, Midtown, and West Queen West. These are popular locations, offering a wide range of attractions and amenities.

Downtown Toronto is the overall best area to stay in Toronto for first-time visitors due to its central location and proximity to top attractions. Staying here allows you to be located in the middle of everything, within walking distance to many major sights, restaurants, bars, and shops.

If you are planning to visit Toronto for a shorter trip and want to see as much as possible, as efficiently as possible, then you can’t beat the Financial and Entertainment Districts. It offers easy access to most of Toronto’s iconic attractions, incredible shopping and hospitality. 

Some of the best neighborhoods to stay in Toronto with kids are the Downtown, Harbourfront, Entertainment District, and Yorkville. These areas provide central safe locations and a wide range of family-friendly accommodations and activities for children of all ages.

Keeping to a tight budget is easiest if you stay around the Chinatown area. You can find plenty of affordable accommodation here, without having to stray too far from the city center. 

Entertainment District is thes best base for nightlife as it is the main nightclub hub of Toronto. The trendy Midtown is perfect if you prefer spending your evenings hopping between ultra-hip bars. 

You don’t need a car to explore Toronto because parking can be expensive and difficult to find. Most hotels in Downtown offer paid parking. If you are looking for a hotel with free car parking in Toronto, look into Stay Inn Hotel Toronto and Old Mill Toronto Hotel.

Toronto is the 2nd most walkable city in Canada, you can easily explore on foot. Of course, no matter where you stay in Toronto, getting around the city is super easy. Just check that your hotel is within walking distance of one of the many metro stations and you will be able to explore the whole of Toronto city with ease. 

If this is your first visit, I recommend spending at least 3-4 days in Toronto, which you can spend two day explore the city, and one day to visit Niagara Falls. This time will allow you to visit the most famous tourist attractions, do some shopping, and enjoy the food.

Where did I stay in Toronto?

When I first visited Toronto, I stayed for 4 nights at the mid-range One King West Hotel and Residence. It is located only 5-10 mins walk from St. Lawrence Market, Hockey Hall of Fame, and the Union station for services to Pearson airport. I had a pleasant stay in a comfortable room with washing facilities.

💖 Best Area for First-Timers:Downtown Toronto
💎 Best luxury hotel:The Ritz-Carlton, Toronto 
🏨 Best mid-range hotel:Fairmont Royal York Hotel
💰 Best budget hotel:Holiday Inn Express

Map of areas and neighborhoods in Toronto:

Map of Best Areas & Neighborhoods in Toronto
Map of Best Areas & Neighborhoods in Toronto

8 Best areas to stay in Toronto for first-timers and tourists:

1. Downtown Toronto


The Downtown area encompasses the whole of central Toronto. It’s a big district, where you will find the best of Toronto’s tourist attractions, shopping, entertainment, and hospitality. Downtown Toronto is still quite safe, even solo travelers.

If you are looking for the best area to stay in Toronto for the first time and planning a laid-back trip spent wandering the city with no particular priorities, Downtown has it all. 

Toronto Downtown is home to the famous Art Gallery of Ontario. Hosting an array of artwork from across the world, this is a must-visit for anyone with a love of fine art. Several smaller art galleries also populate the area, in case the Art Gallery of Ontario isn’t enough to sate you.

Just a short walk from the Art Gallery of Ontario is Toronto City Hall. The ultra-modern City Hall building is quite a contrast to the historic Osgoode Hall, with which it shares a plaza, Nathan Philips Square. Don’t forget to take a photo with the illuminated Toronto Sign whilst you’re there. 

Numerous other attractions can be found throughout the Downtown area, from the Royal Ontario Museum to the Hockey Hall of Fame

Downtown Toronto is also the perfect vacation destination for anyone who loves shopping. There are so many excellent shopping centers and districts in the city center. One of the most well-known malls is the Eaton Shopping Center, just along Yonge Street from City Hall.

First opened in the seventies, the Eaton Centre has become an iconic institution of Toronto’s shopping network. With over three hundred stores and around fifty million visitors each year, this is North America’s busiest shopping center.

For an even more unique shopping experience, head to the PATH Network. Consisting of twenty miles of underground walkways, this is a shopping center that will make you feel like you are in a futuristic sci-fi film. 

The PATH network has numerous entrances, many of which are connected to popular attractions and facilities. If you are visiting Toronto in the winter, the PATH network becomes a convenient lifeline, allowing you to walk between sights without braving the harsh Canadian weather. 

If you prefer stalls to stores, head to St Lawrence Market, the World’s Best Food Market rated by National Geographic in 2012. With over a hundred stalls, selling everything from craft wares and antiques to baked goods and groceries, St Lawrence Market is the perfect opportunity to pick up some unique souvenirs. 

The entertainment industry of Toronto is world-class. If you are hoping to take in a show, game, or performance, there is sure to be something on during your trip for you to enjoy. From the Rogers Centre stadium to the Air Canada Centre, Toronto always has some kind of event going on. 

At the junction of Yonge Street and Dundas Street is Yonge-Dundas Square. Illuminated by the huge, neon billboards, Yonge-Dundas Square is a bustling outdoor event space often hosting film premieres and concerts. The vibrant advertisements make this an especially brilliant place to visit after dark. 

Toronto is a wonderfully diverse city, and this is clearly evidenced in the number of cultural enclaves established throughout the Downtown area. Aside from boasting the largest Chinatown in North America, you can also find a Koreatown, Little Italy, Little Portugal, and Little Tibet within the city center. 

Each area is known for its cultural stores and cafes, but mostly for its excellent restaurants. If you want to try authentic dishes from around the world without having to do all the traveling, Downtown Toronto has you covered. 

Another must-see in the downtown is the pedestrian-only Distillery District where you can find many stylish cafes, restaurants, shops which are housed in 19th-century buildings along a cobblestone street.

Downtown is one of the best place to stay in Toronto without a car because it is centrally located, and well-connected to public transport. The Toronto Transit Commission offers subway, streetcar and bus throughout the city and suburbs.

As is common in such a large area, there is huge diversity in the kind of accommodation you can find in Downtown Toronto. Being a very central location, there are a lot of luxury and mid-range hotels, but there are plenty of affordable options too.

Best places to stay in Toronto Downtown for first-timers:

Luxury ($$$): The Ritz-Carlton, Toronto, 5-tar hotel, centrally located in downtown Toronto, one of the best places to stay in Toronto for first-time visitors, families, and couples. Offering views of the Lake Ontario and city skyline. It has an on-site spa, car parking, TOCA restaurant, and Ritz Bar.

Mid-range ($$): Fairmont Royal York Hotel, 4-star eco-friendly hotel, located across the street from Union Station, featuring a skylit indoor pool, private parking, and spacous family rooms. It has airport shuttle to Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, also close to an airport express train to Toronto Pearson International Airport.

Budget ($$): Holiday Inn Express, 3-star hotel, one of the best places to stay in Toronto on a budget, located within a short walk from The Hockey Hall of Fame and short drive from the CN Tower, Union Station, and Rogers Centre.


See more: 30 Best things to do in Toronto, Canada

2. Chinatown


Chinatown is one of the best areas to stay in Toronto on a budget due to its proximity to the Downtown and affordable accommodations and dining options.

Centered at the crossroads of Spadina Avenue and Dundas Street, at the heart of Downtown Toronto, you will be able to stay within walking distance of the city center, without breaking the bank. 

Toronto’s Chinatown is the largest Chinatown in all of North America. A vibrant hub of east Asian cuisine, you will find far more than just Chinese food here. If you are looking for where to enjoy the best authentic Japanese, Korean, or Vietnamese food in the city, this is where to go. 

This is one of the best Toronto neighborhoods to stay in if you enjoy browsing lively markets and eclectic stores. From souvenir and gift stores to lively flea markets, you can always find something interesting when you shop around in Toronto’s Chinatown. 

The shopping experience extends into the neighboring area of Kensington Market. Kensington Market is one of Toronto’s edgiest neighborhoods. Popular with artists and students, there is a distinct urban flair that saturates the atmosphere here.

If you love bargain hunting in vintage stores and artsy boutiques, you should head to colorful Kensington Avenue. The street is lined with vintage clothing stores, craft jewelry studios, and alternative health centers. 

Amongst the various markets and vintage stores, you will also find hip boutiques and art studios. It’s no surprise that Kensington Market is super popular with Toronto’s hipster crowd. As such, there is a healthy supply of trendy coffee shops and stylish bars throughout the neighborhood.

Kensington Market also brings even more diversity to the neighborhood’s culinary scene. Hugely popular with foodies, you can find some fantastic restaurants offering cuisines from around the world.

As one of the most affordable Toronto neighborhoods, you won’t find any luxury accommodation here. Whilst there are a few more stylish, boutique hotels leaning into the artsy, hipster atmosphere, you will mostly be choosing from comfortable practicality.

Best Hotels in Toronto in Chinatown for first-time visitors:

luxury ($$$): Shangri-La Toronto, 5-star hotel, located between Financial and Entertainment Districts, behind Bishop’s Block heritage landmark. It is great base for those travel with a car as it has an onsite private parking.

mid-range ($$): The SoHo Hotel, 4-star boutique hotel, in the heart of Toronto city centre, only moments from area attractions, including Rogers Centre, Metro Toronto Convention Centre, CN Tower, and the waterfront.

budget ($): Hotel Ocho, 3-star hotel, conveniently located within a 10-minute walk of Kensington Market, with many shopping, dining and entertainment options.


3. Harbourfront


Harbourfront is one of the most aesthetically lovely districts in Toronto. If you are hoping to score a hotel room with stunning views across Lake Ontario, this is your best bet. You will also be staying right at the heart of the city swith easy access to top attractions. 

Harbourfront is one of the best areas to stay in Toronto for first-time visitors, families, and those seeking the convenience of its central location and scenic waterfront views. It will certainly give you a fantastic first impression of the city. 

The water’s edge is lined with leafy parks in between the numerous marinas. You will find plenty of cafes, restaurants, and breweries with lovely lake views to enjoy a romantic meal or date night. 

There are even some pretty beaches where you can relax on the soft sand, perfect if you are visiting in summer. 

Harbourfront is made even more convenient thanks to Union Station. Union Station is Toronto’s principal train terminal. Connecting to both the city’s metro network and lines leading out across Canada, Harbourfront is ideal for exploring the whole of Toronto as well as the surrounding area. 

If sightseeing is your priority, staying in Harbourfront will have you within walking distance of many of Toronto’s main attractions. The CN Tower, Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada, and the excitements of the Entertainment District are all just across the Gardiner Expressway.

This is also where you will find some of Toronto’s major stadiums and arenas. In addition to the Rogers Centre, you also have the Air Canada Centre, or the Scotiabank Arena as it is currently known. Both host regular sports and music events, which keep the area lively. 

Harbourfront is one of the best areas to stay if you want to spend time exploring the Toronto Islands. The three main Toronto Islands can be accessed via a quick ferry ride from Jack Layton Ferry Terminal next to Harbour Square Park

With their numerous comfortable beaches, the Toronto Islands are a particular highlight for anyone visiting Toronto in summer. The islands are covered in lush forests and open parks, so this makes a welcome reprieve from the concrete crush of Downtown Toronto. 

The islands are home to some lovely restaurants. If you want to enjoy a delicious meal in scenic surroundings, with stunning lakeside views, this is the place to visit. It will be considerably less crowded than most of the mainland restaurants too, ideal if you want a more peaceful evening. 

There’s even an amusement park on Central Island, with over thirty rides for the family to enjoy. Combined with the open space for kids to run around, this is one of the best bases for families. 

The combination of a central location and lakeside views means that you won’t find many budget hotels in Harbourfront. Typically, you will be looking at the higher end of mid-range, but it’s definitely well worth the price for all the perks of the area. 

Best places to stay in Toronto in Harbourfront for first-timers:

  • mid-range ($$): Radisson Blu Downtown Toronto, 4-star harbourfront hotel in Toronto city centre, within walking distance from major attractions and neighborhoods such as the Union Station, CN Tower, Hockey Hall of Fame and lively Chinatown.
  • mid-range ($$): Le Germain Hotel Maple Leaf Square, great 4-star hotel, 10 minutes’ walk of Toronto’s Union Train Station, Hockey Hall of Fame, and Air Canada Centre.
  • mid-range ($$): The Westin Harbour Castle, 4-star hotel with views of Lake Ontario and Toronto’s city skyline. Short distance from the Harbourfront Centre and Scotiabank Arena, and Toronto Eaton Centre, with shops.

4. Entertainment District & Financial District

Entertainment District

Right in the center of Downtown Toronto, the Financial and Entertainment districts are two of the most convenient neighborhoods for travelers to stay in. They are particularly perfect for visitors who want to explore the whole city, rather than one particular area you have your heart set on. 

As well as being surrounded by all the shops and restaurants you could want, you will also be staying right in the midst of Toronto’s top tourist attractions.

The CN Tower, City Hall, and PATH Network are all located here. Meanwhile, the sights and attractions of Harbourfront are just minutes away. 

As the tallest freestanding structure in the western world, the CN Tower is one of Toronto’s principal tourist attractions. More than two million people visit the tower each year. The primary attraction of the CN Tower is the stunning panoramic view of Toronto and Lake Ontario from the top. 

Those who want more than just a brief glimpse of the view can enjoy dinner at the 360 Restaurant. Combining world-class cuisine with the ever-changing views of the revolving restaurant, this is an opportunity for a dining experience you will never forget. 

The CN Tower is also located right next door to Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada. Another of Toronto’s top attractions, the aquarium makes a fantastic day out for the whole family. 

Having Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada in the same park as the CN Tower makes it a super convenient, time-saving combo attraction. It’s even more convenient if you are attending a baseball game at the Rogers Centre too. 

The stadium, home of the Toronto Blue Jays, is just across a small plaza from the CN Tower and Ripley’s Aquarium, so you can squeeze in some easy sightseeing right before heading into a game. 

Toronto’s Entertainment District is the beating heart of the city’s nightlife. If you like to stay out all night, taking full advantage of Toronto’s party scene, you can’t beat the Entertainment District. 

This is where you will find the majority of Toronto’s nightclubs, mostly centered around Adelaide Street and the King Street area. With some of these venues not even opening until midnight, you know you will be able to keep partying well into the morning.

Of course, no Canadian sightseeing trip would be complete without hockey making an appearance. The Hockey Hall of Fame is also located in the Financial District. If you are interested in displays of hockey gear and interactive exhibits, it is definitely worth stopping in. 

It’s not just the proximity to so many attractions and amusements that makes The Financial District and Entertainment District the best places to stay in Toronto. Union Station is also located at south of the Entertainment District. 

With connections throughout Toronto and outside of the city, Union Station is a convenient port by which to both enter and explore the whole of Toronto. 

Located in the heart of Toronto’s most touristy area, the Financial District and Entertainment District can be more expensive when it comes to accommodation. 

The high demand for hotels in the area does mean that there are plenty to choose from. As far as high-end and mid-range options, you are sure to find something to suit your taste. You will have a harder time if you are keeping to a smaller budget. 

Best places to stay in Entertainment District for first-time visitors:

  • mid-range ($$): Toronto Marriott City Centre Hotel, 4-star hotel located in the Rogers Centre sports and entertainment complex. It offers easy access to Metro Toronto Convention Centre, the entertainment district, filled with restaurants and shops.
  • mid-range ($$): Residence Inn by Marriott, 4-star family-friendly hotel, located in the entertainment district, short walk from the CN Tower, Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada and Rogers Centre.
  • mid-range ($$): InterContinental Toronto Centre, an IHG Hotel, great 4-star hotel, located just few steps from the CN Tower, and Harbourfront Centre.

5. Yorkville


One of Toronto’s fanciest neighborhoods, Yorkville is the area for those who appreciate and can afford, the finer things in life. If you are planning a luxury city break, there is no more luxury area in Toronto than Yorkville. 

The main attraction of Yorkville is its shopping experience. From well-known brand names to exclusive designer boutiques, Yorkville is a shopaholic’s wonderland. 

The stretch of Bloor Street between Avenue Road and Yonge Street is known as Mink Mile, due to the many big-name, designer brands that have stores here. Dolce and Gabbana, Dior, and Tiffany are just some of the labels you can browse along Mink Mile.

Of course, once you get tired of wandering the endless shopping streets and need a break to put down your bags, you can head to one of the many trendy cafes or chic restaurants that populate the area. 

A little outside of the main tourist area, Yorkville is a bit quieter than the more central districts of Downtown Toronto. Whilst it is simple enough to hop on the metro and head into the city center, Yorkville is better suited to those who don’t plan to spend their whole vacation sightseeing.

That’s not to say that there is nothing to see in Yorkville itself, either. The Royal Ontario Museum is one of Toronto’s top museums and definitely worth a visit. Located on Bloor Street, it offers a convenient change of pace from hitting the shops. 

With varied exhibits on natural history and the cultures of the world, there is sure to be something to interest everyone. Fans of architecture can also marvel at the building itself, as the blend of an old brick building with the hypermodern extension is a sight worth seeing.

An unusual, yet perpetually popular attraction in Yorkville is the Bata Shoe Museum. As the name suggests, this is a museum that displays various exhibits of shoes, a perfect tie in to the many shoe stores and fashion houses throughout Yorkville. 

It’s not just any shoes though. The Bata Shoe Museum displays exhibits on everything from how fashions in footwear have changed throughout the centuries to shoes from specific cultures and how specific shoe styles are used in different media genres. 

The Bata Shoe Museum also displays shoes worn by notable people and celebrities. If you have ever wanted to get up close to the fancy footwear donned by your favorite musician or actor, this may be your chance. 

Then there are the numerous art galleries and studios strewn throughout the neighborhood. Yorkville is an area known for being the epitome of style and this is evident in its arts scene.

If you want to pick up more than just clothes and accessories on your Toronto shopping spree, this is a great opportunity to pick up some stylish souvenirs.

Of course, being such a high-end neighborhood, the price tag on Yorkville is equally luxe. This is a location for those who are happy to spend a bit more on five-star comfort. If you have the budget to spend on luxury accommodation, then you will have plenty of choices in Yorkville. 

There are a couple of more affordable options tucked away in the neighborhood. However, if you are planning a more low-cost trip then this is not the best area for you. Even outside of accommodation, the area doesn’t much cater to smaller budgets. 

Best places to stay in Toronto in Yorkville:

mid-range ($$): The Yorkville Royal Sonesta Hotel Toronto, 4-star family-friendly hotel, Surrounded by art galleries, fine restaurants and stylish boutiques in Yorkville district. Short distance from the Royal Ontario Museum and University of Toronto.

mid-range ($$): Kimpton Saint George Hotel, an IHG Hotel, 4-star hotel, in the Yorkville, downtown Toronto, great base for first-timers for convenient amenities and services. Within walking distance to St. George Subway Statio, University of Toronto and Gardiner Museum.

mid-range ($$): The Anndore House, part of JDV by Hyatt, 4-star hotel, in downtown Toronto, short walk from bustling Yonge Street, the chic Yorkville neighbourhood, and the restaurants and bars of Church Street.


6. Midtown


Extending north from fashionable Yorkville, Midtown Toronto is a largely affluent suburb that covers a lot of the northern part of the city. Whilst much of the area consists of leafy, middle-class neighborhoods, the southern end borders the University of Toronto campus, making it popular with students.

A little further out of the city center than many of the other neighborhoods I have mentioned, Midtown is perfect for those looking for a more laid-back residential district. If you want to get a taste for everyday, local life in Toronto, Midtown is the perfect place to try. 

The thriving student population has helped establish the area as one of the best Toronto neighborhoods for nightlife. If you like to keep partying well into the evening but the city center nightclubs aren’t quite your style, Midtown is a great alternative.

Instead of the raucous clubs of the Entertainment District, Toronto Midtown is populated by trendy bars and fashionable cocktail houses. You can find excellent bars and restaurants throughout the district, but they are mostly condensed around the Yonge Street area. 

Being further removed from the attractions of the city center, Midtown is not ideal if you want to spend your whole vacation sightseeing. Whilst you will be able to get in and out of Downtown with ease thanks to the metro, you will spend a fair amount of time traveling back and forth. 

However, there are some attractions worth visiting in Midtown itself, so you don’t have to trek all the way into the city center. Grand Casa Loma is the crown jewel of the Midtown area. The resplendent 18th-century castle allows visitors to tour both the castle and the surrounding grounds. 

There are various other historical attractions near the castle too. The Tollkeepers’ Cottage Museum and the Spadina Museum are both within walking distance of the castle. 

Best places to stay in Midtown: Four Seasons Hotel Toronto at Yorkville, 5-star hotel, offering rooms for families and couples, featuring a Satellite TV and free wired internet.


7. West Queen West

West Queen West

One of the trendiest Toronto neighborhoods at the moment, West Queen West is a small district centered around Queen Street West. Like Chinatown and Kensington Market, West Queen West is popular with Toronto’s young, hipster crowd.

However, where Chinatown has a gritty edge, West Queen West has a more refined style. Dubbed one of the coolest neighborhoods in the world, West Queen West is the center of Toronto’s creative and arts culture. 

The streets here are lined with independent fashion boutiques, hip cafes, and cutting-edge restaurants. In amongst it all, you will find numerous small art galleries and studios.

This is where the artists of Toronto come to make and share their work and it saturates the atmosphere with a creative buzz.

The art here doesn’t just stay on canvas and in studios either. If you love street art, this is the place to find it in Toronto. There’s an area just off of Queen Street West known officially as Graffiti Alley, for the incredible artwork that covers every surface. 

Far from the scrawled ‘tags’ that may spring to mind when you think of graffiti, Graffiti Alley is a canvas for true street art. The length of the road is covered in vibrant murals. It’s a hugely popular destination for influencers to visit and take some impressive photos to post on Instagram. 

Being so popular, the small community is rapidly expanding into neighboring districts. King West, just south of West Queen West, in particular, is seeing a swift rise in the number of street fashion stores springing up in the neighborhood. 

Whilst West Queen West and Chinatown share a trendy, hipster vibe, they don’t share a similar price point. With such a fashionable reputation, the accommodation in West Queen West can get pretty pricey, especially considering it is outside of the city center. 

Best hotels in Toronto in West Queen West:

  • mid-range ($$): Gladstone House, great 4-star historic historic hotel located at the heart of the city’s art and design district, surrounded by stores, restaurants and cafes.
  • mid-range ($$): Sonder at The Liberty, 4-star accommodation, featuring units equipped with air conditioning, a fridge, a dishwasher, a coffee machine, free toiletries and a wardrobe.
  • mid-range ($$): Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel, 4-star family-friendly hotel, in the centre of downtown Toronto, across the street from Nathan Phillips Square, short walk from CF Toronto Eaton Centre.

8. Toronto Airport Area

The main airport servicing the Toronto area is the Pearson International Airport. Several miles west of central Toronto, this is obviously not the best area to stay if you are planning a full vacation in the city.

However, if you happen to be stopping into Toronto on your way elsewhere or between flights, then this is the best area to stay. There are tons of hotels here catering to the many travelers that pass through the busy airport every day. 

Best places to stay near Toronto airport:


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To summarize, Downtown, Chinatown, Harbourfront, Entertainment District, Yorkville, Midtown, West Queen West, are some of the best places to stay in Toronto for tourists and first-time travelers. They offer plenty of hotels for families, couples, and solo travelers of all budgets.

Overall, Downtown Toronto is the best area to stay in Toronto first-timers due to its prime location and excellent connections to public transportation. Staying here offers easy access to Toronto’s top sights, restaurants, bars, and shops.

If you have managed to come to a final decision on exactly the where to stay in Toronto, then all that’s left is to start booking your perfect trip. I’m sure you will have a wonderful trip to Toronto, no matter where you choose to stay.

About Author: Linda Smith

I'm Linda Smith, the Hotel Expert, an experienced travel blogger who passionate about traveling. I'm here to share with you all my travel experiences and tips. I cover a wide range of travel topics, specializing in sharing information about the best areas, neighborhoods, and hotels in each city. I hope all these things will make your travel easier.

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