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Best Toronto Hotels


Toronto Family Hotels

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There is so much to see and do in Toronto that you don’t want to be worrying about your accommodation. We’ve come up with these family-friendly hotel suggestions that will keep parents and kids happy.



Moderate Toronto Family Hotels

Chelsea Hotel


Chelsea Hotel
(formerly Delta Chelsea Hotel)

33 Gerrard Street W, Toronto 


This is a centrally located hotel. It is Canada’s largest hotel but manages to provide friendly, efficient service. There is free WiFi in the rooms, several dining choices, spa and fitness center. Some of the rooms have kitchenettes. The Family Suite has a kids’ creative corner with DVD and Xbox. Children 5 and under eat for free and 6-12 year olds eat at half price. Ask about their Family Getaway Package.

For the kids:

>Family Fun Zone with indoor family pool and 130ft corkscrew waterslide

>Kid Center with games, Wii, paint, crafts and toys. There is a babysitting service at extra charge in the Kid Center for 3-12 year olds for 2.5 hours.

>Club 33 Teen Lounge with games, gadgets, TV, Xbox, foosball, arcade games etc.

>Strollers are available for use

Fit for a family of:

>Family of 5 in a 2 bedroom Family Suite

>Cots and rollaway beds available


Westin Harbour Castle Hotel

Westin Harbour Castle Hotel

1 Harbour Square, Toronto


Located on the waterfront of Lake Ontario this is a landmark hotel and most of the rooms have beautiful lake views. The Internet is at a fee and you can request a refrigerator in your room for an additional fee as well. In Mizzen restaurant kids under 5 years eat for free from a kids’ menu. With their Family Getaway Deal you can add a second room for just $99.


For the kids:

>Kids 17 and under stay free in parents’ room

>Welcome bag of goodies for kids 4-12 years old.

>Activity Center with Wii, board games, DVD.

>Westin Kids Club for 4-16 year olds

>Indoor heated pool

>Kids’ menu

>Complimentary movie night


Fit for a family of:

>Interconnecting rooms available

>Cribs and rollaway beds available at a fee

>Babysitting available

>4 in one room but with connecting rooms that means 8 can stay together


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Luxury Hotels -Best Toronto Family Hotels

Trump International Hotel and Tower Toronto


Trump International Hotel and Tower Toronto

325 Bay Street, Toronto


Although opulent and super sophisticated this luxury hotel is still family friendly. The hotel has every mod-con and pampering service you could ask for. Rooms have iPod docks and touch screen controls for the lighting and curtains.


For the kids:

>Onsite swimming lessons for a fee

>Babysitting service for a fee

>In-room children’s movie channel

>Children’s room service menu and kids’ menu in the hotel restaurants

>Trump Kids – kiddies cocktails, coloring books, no-tear bath amenities, kids spa treatments, kids’ map of the city, games, books


Fit for a family of:

>2 adults and 5 children in Deluxe Two Bedroom Suite; rooms and suites also available for 1, 2, 3 or 4 children.

>Cribs and rollaway beds available also bedrails available


Best Toronto Hotels -Budget Category

Holiday Inn Express Toronto Downtown


Holiday Inn Express Toronto Downtown

111 Lombard Street, Toronto 


If you are looking for a centrally located hotel for a reasonable price then this is the place. The rooms are clean, the beds comfortable and the breakfast is free. There is WiFi, 24 hour reception, fitness room, self-laundry service and room service. In the rooms there are complementary toiletries. This is one of the best Toronto hotels for families.


For the kids:

>Kids eat for free

>Movies-on-demand


Fit for a family of:

>Family of 4 in one room or 8 with connecting rooms

>Interconnecting rooms and cribs available



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