There are a number of considerations in selecting accommodations that can
make the difference between an enjoyable stay and a major headache, whether
your trip to the Toronto area is for business or pleasure. You can select a hotel
based on its name, features,
price range, or its location.
Most of the major hotel chains have properties in the Toronto marketplace. If you are familiar with and happy with a chain, or just want its frequent flyer miles, then you will like their hotel in Toronto.
Some chains focus on business travellers, in the upper-middle price range. In Toronto you'll find: Fairfield, Best Western, Courtyard Inn, Holiday Inn, Marriott, Hyatt, and several other chains. Some chains are at the high end like Fairmont, Four Season, Hilton, Intercontinental, Meridien, and Westin. Some chains target families and budget conscious business travellers. These chains are: Days Inn, Econo Lodge, Howard Johnson, Travelodge, Clarion, and Comfort Inn.
The Toronto area has several fine hotels and motels that do not belong to a chain for example, the Isabella, Hotel le Germain, and Pantages Suites Hotel And Spa
A traveller may need to rely on a specific features in a hotel. It may be a hotel-wide capability like airport shuttle or business centre, it may be an in-room feature like Internet access or a whirlpool bath (and vary from room to room), it may relate to fitness to stay in shape on the road or to entertain the children, or you may require special suites. We have tried to catalogue them all in the FoundLocally database.
The range of features will vary from hotel to hotel, and sometimes from room to room. If there is a feature that is critical to your stay (ie wheelchair access or coach parking) request it in the Hotel Search screen, to display only to those establishments. Be sure to request this feature when making your room reservation.
Some commonly sought features are:
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