Toronto is defined by its diversity. With over half of its residents born outside of Canada, it is no wonder that Toronto hotel guests discover a richly cultured city.
A trip up the CN Tower, one of the world's tallest buildings, is a good starting point for many patrons at our Toronto hotels. On a clear day, you can see the whole city and its islands. For world cultures and natural history, visit the Royal Ontario Museum.
A fantastic meal is never far from any of our centrally located Toronto hotels and the variety of cuisine reflects the city's multiculturalism. Try a peameal bacon sandwich at St. Lawrence Market, the rice and vegetable dish bi bim bap at a Korean restaurant or cannelloni in Little Italy.
Those who stay in a hotel in Toronto quickly learn that ice hockey is a national obsession. The Toronto Maple Leafs' home arena is the Air Canada Centre and those hungry for more can visit the Hockey Hall of Fame and Museum. Lacrosse is also hugely popular; Toronto Rock is the local team to champion.
Kids are well catered for too: the waterfront park of Ontario Place and Canada's Wonderland will knock their little socks off.