Welcome to LodgingGuide's hospitality industry listings for the Toronto area.
Toronto is the capital of Ontario, which has an underlying British cultural look and feel, and is governed largely by English Canadians. Yet, despite the absence of significantly more complex civil rights legislation found across the border to the south, Ontario has managed to accommodate around 80 of the world's cultures, including the native North Americans who populated this land long before the English arrived, not so much by attempts at integration into some common culture, but rather it seems by respecting and recognizing the sanctity of all cultures and the right to be left alone to be oneself. It is not unusual to see native North Americans in traditional tribal dress conducting normal business in banks and post offices, or managers and customers of ethnic restaurants in Chinatown or Little Italy speaking in their native tongue, but pausing long enough to welcome you to a table in perfect Canadian English. Somehow, there is a greater sense that the ethnic cuisine and culture here is much more authentic and faithful to the old country than the rather more assimilated versions one finds elsewhere. The open air markets in most of Toronto's neighborhoods, and the wealth of cultural events in and around the city, are competitive with those of London and New York City, yet the subways and public transportation alternatives seem better managed, much cleaner and more readily usable than their larger counterparts.
You can begin researching lodging properties and on-site restaurants in the Toronto area by selecting one of the options shown below.
|·||Downtown Toronto||·||Toronto Airport|
|Lodging in downtown and midtown Toronto, home to the business and entertainment districts, including the Harbourfront area.||Lodging options at or near the Toronto Lester B. Pearson International Airport (YYZ) and nearby communities such as Etobicoke.|
|·||Toronto West||·||Toronto North - Uptown|
|Lodging due west of Toronto in and around the communities of Waterloo and Kitchener, and southwest of Toronto between Mississauga and Hamilton.||Lodging options in the Yorkville - Uptown area and in communities such as North York and Scarborough.|
|·||Suburban Northeast Toronto||·||Greater Toronto|
|Lodging in the numerous communities to the north and east of Metropolitan Toronto, including Richmond Hill, Oshawa and others.||Lodging options located in the greater metropolitan Toronto area.|
|Lodging west of the Toronto metropolitan area, in and around Windsor, London and many other communities in Southwestern Ontario.|
Area Facts: Toronto is Canada's largest city and is home to the world's tallest building, the CN Tower. Temperatures average around 69F degrees in the summer, although highs can reach the low 90s, and around 26F degrees in the winter.
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