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Hotel stay 3 separate locations Toronto?

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Hotel stay 3 separate locations Toronto?

We arrive in Toronto on a Saturday night, and plan to tour the city the next day (Sunday) ?

Sunday night we must overnight at accommodation near Georgetown for a visit with family Monday. This part is fine.

For the next two nights we may have to stay in an area close to the airport. Either shuttle/cab or car for exit flight. ?

Question 1: Where to stay in the city to take in the best and make the most of it Sat night? We need to find a quiet room with views of the city.

Question 2: Where to stay so we need to take no longer than 10 mins to drive from our hotel to the airport. Concerned about city traffic on a week day morning. Otherwise would have stayed in Mississauga or Markham perhaps.

We are happy to try hotwire or priceline etc for 3 or 4 star hotels, and have looked at tons of them on TA and just needed some last minute guidance if possible.

Thanks for any advice.

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1. Re: Hotel stay 3 separate locations Toronto?

Forget Markham; it's at the entirely opposite end of where you want to be and will add way too much time into your plans just to get from there to the city. It's a bedroom community suburb northeast to Toronto, with not great transit options.

There's a hotel right on the airport grounds, the Sheraton Airport, for your ease of access on the 2nd two night, that might just be your easiest. Georgetown is a bedroom community suburb west of Toronto, and only about 30 minutes drive from Pearon International airport. I don't think you have a lot of hotel options, you could just add another night to the Sheraton and then take transit into the city on Sunday.

A downtown hotel with views of the city can be had by most of the large chain hotels in downtown. Very popular with tourist is the Sheraton Centre on Queen, across from our City Hall. Priceline's Toronto West includes that one, as I understand.

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2. Re: Hotel stay 3 separate locations Toronto?

A great hotel right in the heart of Downtown and great for sightseeing is the Metropolitan Hotel, be sure to book the luxury rooms for best views and amenities. The price is pretty good too and has all that you would ask for. Great location to tour most main attractions Downtown.

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3. Re: Hotel stay 3 separate locations Toronto?


Another place you might want to consider for your stay in the city, is the One KIng Hotel and Residence. The reviews here are excellent. The hotel also has amazing views which you are after.


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4. Re: Hotel stay 3 separate locations Toronto?

I've stayed at all three hotels recommended downtown; my choice is the Sheraton Centre by far. In fact, that is where I am as I write this. Great hotel, great location. I'm also a fan of the Sheraton Gateway at Terminal 3 at the airport. Wonderful staff and service, smaller hotel - I'm staying there tomorrow night.

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