The city of Toronto may have just celebrated its 150th anniversary, but its hotel scene is about as modern as it gets. Design-centric newcomers and glitzy grand dames can be found all across the city, whether you’re looking to stay in hipster nabes like Queen Street West or West Queen West, sophisticated Bloor-Yorkville, up-and-coming King Street West, or Downtown Toronto. No matter where you go, at these eight hotels, you’re guaranteed top-notch service and memorable amenities like panoramic city views and buzzy rooftop bars.
Best Hotels in Toronto
Looking for the best? Bisha has it all!
At first glance, you might assume Bisha’s main draw is its location—the Business District, Toronto Harbourfront, CN Tower, Roy Thompson Hall (where the Toronto Symphony Orchestra performs), Rogers Centre (home of the Toronto Blue Jays), and King Street West nightlife are all within walking distance—but cross the threshold and you’ll immediately realize Bisha’s hallmark feature is its design. Velvet upholstery, gilded accents, patterned rugs, and black marble create a sexy-sleek effect in the 96 guest rooms, which occupy the first eight floors of a 44-story residential tower. The most distinctive accommodations are those on the seventh floor, which were imagined by music legend Lenny Kravitz. The most rock-star-worthy accommodation? The two-story Bisha Suite, with a full kitchen and 1,000-square-foot terrace.
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