Unique Quality: Located right in the center of downtown, the Sheraton Centre is connected to the city's underground network of shops and eateries and is within walking distance of numerous points of interest in and around the downtown area.
Request a high floor room overlooking City Hall. The view looks out over what seems like hundreds of skyscrapers, which is pretty amazing when you consider that all of the city's tallest buildings are actually on located on the other side of the hotel. It's also cool to watch people in the square below.
I was here in the month of July and made use of the Sheraton's indoor/outdoor swimming pool. I must say that being from Jacksonville, I found the water temperature to be a bit too chilly (my teeth were chattering!) but it was still fun. I just don't know how people take the winters though!
Directions: Downtown, across from City Hall
The accomadations are wonderful, if you sign up for their club you get club floor accomadations that are very nice. Special snacks and cocktails are served. Its a great experience.
Unique Quality: Very helpful staff, central location to everything.
The Sheraton is always a safe bet when booking a Hotel room. The Sheraton Toronto overlooks Nathan Philip's Square (City Hall), and is clean, has good sized rooms, and good business facilities. It is also connected to the underground walkway system, so you don't need to get wet or cold if you need to do some walking.
Unique Quality: Great view, pool and fitness centre, several bars and restaurants in the same building.
Directions: Shopping District, north of Theatre District
I have booked a trip for two weeks in Toronto with my eight year old daughter and husband for April 2006. Can you recommend any family friendly hotels (reasonably priced) and ideas of things to do. Also how long does it take from Toronto to Niagra and should I book a trip to Niagra before I arrive in Toronto?
depends on how affordable you like. Hotels in Toronto are reasonable compared to NY, London. etc..
Probably the best rates in the downtown area is at the Hotel Victoria
Another one is the Strathcona
The ride to Niagara Falls will take between 90mins to 2 hours depending on traffic and this does not have to be booked in advance as April is not that busy you can do that here.
Sciene center, zoo, museum, Ontario place all fun. Maybe Black creek pioneer village, center island. Maybe go up the CN tower. There lot's for her to do. Where do you want to stay in Toronto, and will you have a car?
Previous postings have good suggestions. For family friendly hotels try the Delta Chelsea, or the Sheraton Downtown. Toronto to Niagara is about 1 1/2 hours away. If you are renting a car it is a straightforward drive, otherwise you could book a tour. The hotel can probably help you with this. April is not really a very busy time (still a little chilly here) so you may not need to book in advance.
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Address: 123 Queen Street West, Toronto, Ontario, M5H 2M9, Canada