Toronto Hotels Under $100

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Toronot hotels included in the 2013 Rate Comparison:

Hotel Le Germain Maple Leaf Square

Soho Metropolitan

Grand Hotel Toronto

Cosmopolitan Hotel & Spa

Cambridge Suites Hotel

Fairmont Royal York

Thompson Toronto

Westin Harbour Castle

Delta Chelsea

Metropolitan Hotel

The King Edward Hotel

The Westin Prince Toronto

Sandman Signature Hotel Tor Airport

Toronto Garden Inn

Bond Place Hotel

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4 Star Hotels at a discount?

Be sure to check out these 3 fine hotels. You’ll find great rates on all of them.  Just click the link next to each name.

– Delta ChealseaClick Here

– Fairmont Royal YorkClick Here

– The Metropolitan Hotel – Click Here

 

Some local feedback...from Cameron Bailey, Codirector of the Toronto International Film Festival:

Where do the film-industry players hang out during the festival?
The Hazelton Hotel’s One Restaurant (416/961-9600; dinner for two $250) is the hot spot. Locals like quieter places; Bar Italia (416/535-3621; dinner for two $95) is where director Atom Egoyan eats.

Has the city upped its style game?
Men’s style here used to be jeans and a lumberjack jacket. Now there are boutiques and tailor-made clothes.

What would you say is changing the city’s sensibilities?
There’s a huge community of new immigrants. We’ve got the largest Indian, Pakistani, and West Indian populations outside of London, creating a melting pot of ideas.

What are your favorite restaurants?
I love Woodlot (647/342-6307; dinner for two $75) and the Harbord Room (dinner for two $125). They’re real Canadiana—traditional and contemporary food. My go-to sushi spot is Sushi Kaji (416/252-2166; dinner for two $220) in a suburban strip mall in Etobicoke.

Nomad stores (416/682-1107 and 416/202-8777); Goodnight (647/963-5500).

Toronto Music Scene…

What do you think is driving the city’s recent transformation?
Torontonians are great travelers. We’re aware of what’s happening internationally and bring these things back—but make them our own.

Where do you like to see music?
For big acts, I head to Sound Academy (416/461-3625). To catch a local band, there’s the fabulous little basement bar, Dakota Tavern (416/850-4579).

And for a drink afterward?
If I tell you then I won’t be able to go anymore! If forced, I’d say Communist’s Daughter (647/435-0103; drinks for two $12). They serve pickled eggs.

 

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