Boutique hotels are small, intimate and always memorable. Ontario is home to a wide range of boutique hotels from secluded and on the water, to right in the heart of the city. The Michelin Guide has created a list of spots so all you have to do is book and enjoy. Here are the boutique hotels in Ontario highlighted in the Michelin Guide.

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According to the Michelin Guide, “These Ontario hotels are part of the Michelin Guide hotel selection. Each of the 6000+ hotels in the selection has been chosen by our experts for its extraordinary style, service, and personality — and each can be booked on the Michelin Guide website and app.”

Drake Devonshire

 

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Located in Wellington, Ontario in Prince Edward County is this little slice of paradise. This stunning lakeside stay has just 13 rooms making it the perfect cozy getaway. The hotel has a restaurant, bar and event spaces. According to their website, “This all-season retreat ticks all boxes with stunning art installations, cultural programs and events.”

Where: 24 Wharf St, Wellington, Ontario
Cost: $258+ per night

The June Motel Picton

Another boutique hotel selected by the Michelin Guide is also located in Prince Edward County. You can find The June Motel in Picton has 16 rooms to choose from, a lobby bar, and holds weekly events. The June Motel was even featured in a Netflix series called Motel Makeover!

Where: 12351 Loyalist Pkwy, Picton, Ontario
Cost: $315+ per night

seven&nine

This beautiful boutique hotel is located in Stratford. The modern, sleek look of this spot is an architect lovers’ dream, designed by Shim/Sutcliffe Architects and commissioned by Jim Morris to adjoin his acclaimed Rundles Restaurant which closed in 2017. Seven&nine describes itself as boasting “ingenious design, meticulous detailing and modernist furniture.” If you’re going to book, keep in mind they only do a 3-night stay minimum.

Where: 9 Cobourg Street, Stratford, Ontario
Cost: $300+ per night, 3 night minimum

The Hazelton Hotel Toronto

The Hazelton is a luxury 5-star boutique hotel located in the heart of Toronto’s Yorkville neighbourhood. The Hazelton is described as 1940s Hollywood glamour-inspired. There are 62 rooms and fifteen “exceptional suites” available. This spot is also Toronto’s only five-star hotel with rooms equipped with walk-out balconies or Juliette balconies.

Where: 118 Yorkville Ave, Toronto, Ontario
Cost: $739+ per night

Windsor Arms Hotel 

Also located in Toronto’s Yorkville is the Windsor Arms Hotel. This hotel makes the Michelin Guide for good reason as its website states it is “the home away from home for visiting royalty, aristocracy, stars of film and screen as well as heads of state and industry.” The guide raves that the Windsor Arms is a “delightfully modern hotel, completely redesigned in a sort of luxe-minimalist style.” Book a stay here.

Where: 18 St Thomas St, Toronto, Ontario
Cost: $467+ per night

Gladstone House

You can find Gladstone House on Queen West in Toronto. The Michelin Guide describes it as a “gorgeous red brick Victorian hotel.” Gladstone House brings together culture, art, and diversity while ensuring the building’s rich history and original architecture remain preserved. You can book a stay here starting at $179 per night.

Where: 1214 Queen St W, Toronto, Ontario
Cost: $179+ per night

The Drake 

The Drake is another Toronto boutique hotel highlighted by the Michelin Guide on Queen West. There are 19 art-filled rooms in the Classic Wing, joined by a new Modern Wing with 32 guest rooms. The Drake also features a popular restaurant with the classic old Victorian feel of the hotel and the Queen West neighbourhood.

Where: 1150 Queen St W, Toronto, Ontario
Cost: $200+ per night

1 Hotel Toronto 

The Michelin Guide describes 1 Hotel Toronto as boasting cutting-edge sustainability measures, ultra-stylish interiors, and a handful of popular restaurants and bars, from the farm-to-table 1 Kitchen to Harriet’s Rooftop bar. A one-night stay at 1 Hotel starts at $443 per night.

Where: 550 Wellington St W, Toronto, Ontario
Cost: $443+ per night

Ace Hotel Toronto

 

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According to the Michelin Guide, Ace Hotel Toronto is the first Ace Hotel in Canada is set in Toronto’s Garment District, close to the downtown core. and innumerable local attractions. “It’s a new build, but one with plenty of vintage inspiration, designed by Shim-Sutcliffe Architects and Atelier Ace.” Ace Hotel features a lineup of delicious restaurants and cocktails bars as well including Alder, The Lobby and Evangeline. 

Where: 51 Camden St, Toronto, Ontario
Cost: $389+ per night

Now that you know which boutique hotels have been selected by the Michelin Guide, which are you going to book first?