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The Hazelton Hotel
With a bunch of competitors in the luxury hotel class opening their doors in recent years, it's becoming harder for the Hazleton to uphold its self-professed reputation as Toronto's most exclusive hotel: but try it will, and you'll only benefit from i...
The 37 artist-designed rooms at this trendsetting hotel could have leapt straight from a Taschen design book...
We love this spotless waterfront option with its own private beach in a secluded cove off Lake Nipissing...
The Drake Hotel
While other hotels have rooms, the Drake has 'crash pads, dens, salons' and a rockin' little suite, beckoning bohemians, artists and indie musicians with a little cash to burn. The crash pads are tiny yet ineffably stylish and functional...
Acbb Hostel Niagara
With comfortable spacious dorms, kitchens on every floor and balconies galore, freshly renovated ACBB continues to be a notch above the rest...
The Clarence Park
In a prime and picturesque downtown location, you'll find this budget gem with cozy clean dorms and private rooms, some overlooking the leafy square: all have en suite bathrooms...
Grand Hotel & Suites
A somewhat grotty and slightly seedy location is the bane of this otherwise solid performer's existence, although all that will change in the next few years as nearby condo projects reach completion...
The Strathcona Hotel
This downtown hotel features compact, renovated rooms with decent bathrooms. The downstairs pub and cafe are convenient...
Holiday Inn Toronto Downtown Centre
Funky renovated bedrooms and a great location, steps from College subway station and a variety of inexpensive shopping, dining and entertainment options, make this hulking Holiday Inn a good choice for most budgets...
Fairmont Royal York Hotel
Since 1929 the eminent Royal York (a former grand dame of the Canadian Pacifc Railway and Toronto icon) has accommodated everyone from Tina Turner to Henry Kissinger, and it shows...
Fairmont Chateau Laurier
The city's best-known hotel by the Ottawa Locks is a landmark in its own right. Rooms are predictably large and feature original antique furnishings...
Les Suites Hotel
Spacious suites in this downtown hotel at the edge of the Byward Market district feature one or two bedrooms, full kitchens and in-suite laundries. Staff have a reputation for their excellent customer service...
The early-20th-century Hotel Victoria retains a charming period lobby. Guest rooms are on the smaller side but have been simply and sylishly refurbished and have free wi-fi...
Lord Elgin Hotel
In one of Ottawa's finest locations, the stately Lord Elgin was built in 1941 in a similar, but less grandiose style to the Fairmont Royal York. Its large, bright rooms are comfortably furnished and were recently refurbished with large flatscreen TVs...
Prince Of Wales
Niagara on the Lake
Prince of N-o-t-L, an elegant Victorian hotel, was knocked into shape around 1864 and retains much of its period primp: vaulted ceilings, timber-inlay floors, red-waistcoated bellhops...
Station Park All Suite Hotel
This all-suite hotel has oversized bedrooms with separate living rooms. Granted, they could do with a makeover, but the service is excellent and the location near Richmond Row and Victoria Park can't be beat.
Residence Inn By Marriott Kingston Water's Edge
Kingston's largest rooms can be found in this hulking new hotel in a prime spot on the water, near the university. It's a few minutes' walk from downtown.
Arc The Hotel
Arc is a savvy boutique hotel with 112 minimal-yet-elegant rooms in a great location; call it low-key, muted and restfully hip. This mellow adult atmosphere continues through the quiet bar and trendy restaurant.
Courtyard Ottawa East
The closest hotel to Ottawa's not-so-central VIA rail station is also a great choice if you're driving: free parking. One of Ottawa's newest hotels, it has spacious, functional rooms with trendy furnishings...
Rooms in this funky boutique hotel in the heart of downtown have exposed-brick walls, rainfall showers, deep soaker tubs and plenty of interesting design elements to keep you entertained.
Hilton Garden Inn Toronto Downtown
Not to be confused with its sister property on Jarvis St, this Garden Inn is a great midrange option, well located in the heart of the Entertainment District, near Queen St W – perfect for nocturnal explorations...