You don’t need to travel far to experience a luxurious hotel stay. It sounds like a staycation is in order and after you check out this list of the 25 best hotels in Ontario, you’ll find yourself booking one ASAP.
U.S. News & World Report has ranked the best hotels in Ontario, based on a number of factors including industry awards, hotel star ratings, and user ratings.
“For now, we rank only luxury hotels and resorts. When people ask for guidance about the best hotels in a given place, they are typically looking for upscale options,” states U.S. News. Luxury hotels are those that receive a four, 4.5- or five-star “hotel class” rating on a repeated basis.
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Well, according to the list, Toronto hotels came out on top – not really a surprise considering Toronto is home to one of the best hotels in the world.
Actually, Toronto hotels dominated the top seven spots on the list with 1 Hotel Toronto taking the top spot. The Hazelton Hotel Toronto came in second, Four Seasons Hotel Toronto in third and The Ritz Carlton, Toronto took fourth.
Outside of Toronto, Harbour House Hotel on Niagara-on-the-Lake came in eighth but it’s the first hotel outside Toronto mentioned.
Check out the full list below:
- 1 Hotel Toronto
- The Hazelton Hotel Toronto
- Four Seasons Hotel Toronto
- The Ritz Carlton, Toronto
- Shangri-La Toronto
- Fairmont Royal York
- The St. Regis Toronto
- Harbour House Hotel
- Windsor Arms Hotel
- Sterling Inn & Spa
- Prince of Wales
- Bisha Hotel Toronto
- Hotel X Toronto By Library Hotel Collection
- Fairmont Chateau Laurier
- Le Germain Hotel Toronto Mercer
- Ste. Anne’s Spa
- Pillar and Post
- The SoHo Hotel & Residences
- The Omni King Edward Hotel
- Fallsview Casino Resort
- Langdon Hall Country House Hotel & Spa
- Oban Inn
- Old Mill Toronto
- Shaw Club Hotel
- Le Germain Hotel Ottawa
Now that’s a list!
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