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The best hotels in Toronto, Canada
Recently awarded the title of "most populous city in Canada", Toronto is the capital city of Ontario, a province on the East Coast of Canada. Founded in 1793 by a group of British soldiers and officials, the city grew rapidly throughout the centuries finally becoming the international centre it is today, famous for business and finance but also for arts and culture. Toronto is in fact home to dozens of cultural venues such as art galleries, museums, and historic sites like the Royal Ontario Museum and the Gardiner Museum, making it a great place to live and to visit, and it has in fact been recently added to the list of the most livable places in the world. Its popularity is therefore the main cause of the hundreds of hotels and accommodation options scattered around Toronto, and while it is always good to a wide range of choices, it can be a bit daunting too. If you want to enjoy a comfortable and carefree holiday, then your best option is without a doubt a hotel. Coming in different degrees of luxury and therefore in different price ranges, hotels will ensure comforts you would not otherwise have, such as room service, 24-hour reception, a large buffet breakfast and often an in-house restaurant and bar. Simply browse through the list of hotels we provide and find your favorite.
The weather and the city's events are the two main things to take into account when you book a holiday, wherever you are looking to go in the world. Famous for its culture and artistic scene, Toronto is the ideal location for many festivals which are held there every year. The most popular, during which it ma be hard to find accommodation at a reasonable price, are the following: - The Toronto Design Week (January) centered on furniture and design; - The Canadian International AutoShow (February), absolutely not to miss for those who love cars and all related; - The Toronto Fashion Week (April), a must-see for fashionistas; - The Luminato (June), where arts and creativity literally light up the city; - The World Music Day (June) with important guests from all over the world; - The Toronto International Film Festival (September); - Word on the Street (September), considered the country's most important book festival; - Christmas celebrations (December) As for the weather, the best time to visit Canada in general and Toronto in particular are spring and fall (April-May and September-October) as they are the milder seasons. Summer in fact is very humid and winter, while very beautiful, is quite cold.
While Toronto is well-known as a business and finance centre as well as an important centre for media, the city also features museums, art galleries, and historic sites which make it well-loved by tourists from all over the world. The most important landmarks here are the Royal Ontario Museum, which focuses on natural history as well as world culture; the Art Gallery of Ontario where you will have the chance to admire masterpieces from three different continents (America, Europe, Asia); and the Gardiner Museum, which houses over 3000 ceramics from Europe and Asia as well as North and South America. If you are travelling with your family, instead, and want to give your kids a treat then don't skip the Toronto Zoo - with over 5000 animals housed there, it'll definitely be a hit.
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