We have reviewed the best and cheapest hotels in Toronto, Canada, where you can spend your credit card or hotel loyalty points. I have compiled a list below containing the best hotels in Toronto where you can spend your loyalty points and miles.
1. The Ritz-Carlton Toronto
The Ritz-Carlton Toronto is situated in a striking 53-story architectural icon featuring 263 rooms/suites and 159 condominium residences. Sat on Wellington Street, in the heart of the bustling entertainment district, this soaring hotel was designed to visually complement the sweeping curves of Roy Thomson Hall across the way.
The Ritz-Carlton, Toronto, is the perfect place to stroll among the city’s landmarks like the Design Exchange, CN Tower, the Aquarium, Hockey Hall of Fame, and the Theater District.
All guest rooms and suites feature floor-to-ceiling windows with heated perimeter flooring, spacious dual vanities with make-up mirrors, private shower with rain showerhead and handheld shower, deep soaker tub, high-speed wired and wireless Internet access, two-line speakerphones with private voicemail, twice-daily housekeeping service including nightly second service, fully-stocked honor bar with refrigerator, plush terry bathrobes, umbrellas, electronic in-room laptop safes, full-size ironing board, iron, and slippers.
Enjoy uninterrupted views of the CN Tower and Lake Ontario, the award-winning Spa My Blend by Clarins, the pool, the gym, or the yoga studio. Experience handcrafted Italian cuisine in TOCA, explore the Cheese Cave, relax in the DEQ Terrace & Lounge’s outdoor oasis with an open-air fire pit, or savor tapas and cocktails at Ritz Bar.
Book a club room and experience the exquisite service at The Ritz-Carlton Club®, with your own exclusive Ritz-Carlton Club Concierge and club lounge, which we think is one of the best club lounges in Toronto.
This hotel within a hotel is in a well-appointed, relaxed lounge environment overlooking Lake Ontario and the CN Tower. This club lounge offers continuous complimentary culinary offerings throughout the day; breakfast, including a live breakfast egg station on Saturdays & Sundays, light snacks, hors d’oeuvres, alcoholic beverages, and sweets.
This Ritz-Carlton costs 60,000 Marriott Bonvoy points per night for a standard room.
2. Fairmont Royal York, Toronto
Fairmont Royal York is located right in the centre of downtown Toronto. Originally conceived as a railway hotel, the Royal York sits directly opposite Union Station, making Front Street an architectural delight.
The hotel feels grand and underwent a £50 million GBP refurbishment in 2018/2019. It has over 1,363 rooms and a lovely hotel pool with a glass roof, a well-equipped gym, a steam room, and a sauna. It is ideally located just 15 minutes walk from the CN Tower, Ripley’s Aquarium of Toronto, and the waterfront.
Rooms have also been renovated, and the higher floors offer great views and a high-end residence-style aesthetic, from the sumptuous furnishings to the art-deco accents.
If you are looking for a boutique feel, book onto the Gold Floors with the new Fairmont Gold Reception and Lounge access. Ensconced on the eighteenth floor, the recently reimagined club lounge space features breathtaking views of cityscapes, the lake, or Toronto’s South Core, plus you get complimentary cocktail canapés and deluxe continental breakfast.
3. Park Hyatt Toronto
Park Hyatt Toronto, is currently being refurbished and is opening again in 2020. This re-invented Park Hyatt luxury hotel will have 219 guestrooms, including 40 well-appointed suites, a fully refurbished Stillwater Spa, a lobby restaurant, and a 17th-floor cocktail bar.
4. InterContinental Toronto
The InterContinental Toronto has a Club InterContinental executive lounge and offers affordable luxury in Toronto city center. This hotel has a huge 584 rooms and is located just 100 yards from the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, steps from the CN Tower, and offers relaxing spa services, an indoor pool which is a lovely place to spend the afternoon, sitting in the whirlpool, and an on-site restaurant.
InterContinental Toronto Centre’s Club InterContinental serves as a sophisticated “hotel within a hotel” for business and leisure travelers and was relaunched in 2018 after a complete renovation. The three Club InterContinental floors feature 91 luxurious guest rooms and suites, private check-in, a dedicated concierge and limousine service, a private lounge, a library, and a boardroom.
The newly renovated guest rooms and suites feature warm textured wall coverings with purple and gold accents, instantly giving guests a feeling of affluence. Classic hexagon patterns on the carpet, paired with double headboards, evoke a level of classic luxury, with the subtle decor perfectly completing the space. Blue and gold accents within the Club Lounge highlight the rich dark wood.
If you are a premium InterContinetal loyalty member or if you book via our luxury travel concierge, you will get a welcome gift, which is usually a complimentary fruit basket with two bottles of Perrier and Canadian Maple Syrup in a lovely Maple leaf-shaped bottle.
5. St Regis Toronto
Take your Toronto stay to the next level at Canada’s very first St. Regis Hotel. Rising 65 stories above downtown, just minutes from top attractions, this opulent 258-room hotel houses the city’s most luxurious day spa, which is spread over two levels.
The saltwater infinity lap pool invites stunning skyscape views. Guests find a wide array of children’s amenities, including nanny services; four-legged friends are welcomed, as well. The hotel’s renowned concierge has crafted a highly curated assortment of luxury experiences, like private planes to Niagara’s famed wine country.
6. Westin Harbour Castle
The Westin Harbour Castle on the waterfront is a really nice Marriott Bonvoy hotel choice, particularly in the summer, with nice views out over the lake. This is probably the nicest mid-range Marriott Bonvoy hotel in Toronto overall, but it is a walk or Uber from Toronto’s main attractions.
While the location is slightly remote from the main attractions, the harbourfront is a hive of activity, the pool is lovely, and there is a basketball hoop. You may run into ballplayers if you like baseball because the hotel is used for visiting MLB teams. In the winter, you might spot an NHL player. If you are a platinum Marriott Bonvoy member, you can upgrade to the main breakfast buffet for around $10 USD, which is very good, but there is no club lounge at this hotel.
The Westin Harbour Castle is part of the Marriott Bonvoy scheme and is a category 5 property costing, on average, 35,000 Bonvoy rewards points per night.
7. Delta Toronto
The Delta Toronto is probably the nicest mid-range Marriott Bonvoy hotel in Toronto for hotel quality and location. It has great staff, a decent restaurant in the hotel, and super rooms. Request one with a view like the corner rooms, as they have a big tub that looks out over the lake. It also has a very good club lounge with a complimentary buffet breakfast and great top-floor views of the city.
The Delta Toronto is part of the Marriott Bonvoy scheme and is a category 5 property costing, on average, 35,000 Bonvoy rewards points per night.
There is also a cheaper Delta Toronto Airport & Conference Center hotel, which is a good choice for an overnight at the airport and has a good club lounge.
8. Hyatt Regency Toronto
The Hyatt Regency Toronto is a centrally located 4 star Hyatt in Toronto, and it doesn’t have a club lounge. Sophisticated accommodations were created specifically with the modern traveler in mind. Discover spectacular views of downtown or the CN Tower and enjoy wonderful amenities in the contemporary guestrooms and suites.
9. Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel
Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel is situated in the center of the city in the Financial and Entertainment Districts, so there are lots nearby within very easy walking distance. This hotel is particularly good for older kids and teenagers as it is connected to the Eaton Centre (large shopping center) with lots of clubs and cafes nearby.
This 4-star hotel offers business travelers an ideal location near the Convention Centre and local corporate offices. The Eaton Centre to CN Tower are within easy reach, and the subway is also close at hand for added convenience.
Updated guest rooms feature city views, upscale amenities, and plush bedding. Business travelers and families will enjoy the heated outdoor pool and the 24-hour fitness center. The restaurant and cafe offer freshly-prepared coffee and treats for your adventures.
Platinum Elite Titanium Elite Bonvoy members get access to this Sheraton club lounge for members plus one guest. We love this lounge because of the incredible view. The breakfast here is a cold breakfast, but there is enough to keep you going, including cereal, toast, fruit, and pastries. No warm dishes though, this is very much a continental breakfast. In the evening, you get canapes along with alcoholic drinks for a fee, but again, the food is very standard fare for a Sheraton hotel and less than impressive.
10. Hilton Toronto
Located in Toronto’s downtown, the Hilton Toronto is a 10-minute walk from all the city has to offer. Whether your passion is the arts or sports, the hotel is just a stroll from major museums, art galleries, sports arenas, and shopping. For business travelers, the Hilton Toronto is in the heart of Toronto’s financial district and within walking distance from the Metro Toronto Convention Center and all major office towers.
The Hilton Toronto is part of the Hilton Honours loyalty scheme and costs, on average, 60,000 Bonvoy rewards points per night.
11. The Westin Prince
The Westin Prince is a nice modern and clean hotel situated on a fairly large piece of landscaped park surrounded by green woodland, but there is nothing of interest nearby unless you have a car and can drive and just use the hotel as a base. There are no decent public transport links nearby this hotel either.
If you have a car, you can easily reach downtown Toronto, nearby business parks, and local attractions, including the Ontario Science Centre, Botanical Gardens, Toronto Zoo, and Canada’s Wonderland.
This is a decent, clean, and Modern Marriott Bonvoy property with an outdoor heated pool, lighted tennis court, and 24-hour fitness center but no club lounge.
The Westin Prince is part of the Marriott Bonvoy scheme and is a category 4 property costing, on average, 25,000 Bonvoy rewards points per night.
12. Sheraton Gateway Hotel in Toronto International Airport
Sheraton Toronto Airport Hotel is one of the most luxury hotels at Toronto Pearson International Airport, and the club lounge here is very good, with decent hot & cold morning & evening food.
Located inside the Toronto Pearson International Airport, the Sheraton Gateway Hotel makes traveling a breeze, with direct access to Terminal 3 and the UP Express. This pet-friendly hotel offers an indoor heated pool, a 24-hour gym, a full business center, and car rentals. Each guest room features double-paned windows and signature bedding. The club lounge here offers a hot breakfast, a decent evening selection, and alcoholic drinks for a fee.
The Sheraton Gateway Hotel in Toronto International Airport is part of the Marriott Bonvoy scheme and is a category 4 property costing, on average, 25,000 Bonvoy rewards points per night.
13. Sheraton Parkway North Toronto
The Sheraton Parkway North Toronto has a recently refurbished club lounge, with excellent morning & evening food and alcohol available for an extra fee.
This 3.5-star award-winning hotel is a short drive from downtown Toronto and is located minutes from local attractions like Canada’s Wonderland and the Ontario Science Centre. They have a Spa and an indoor pool, but the main attraction is the massive conference center, which means this hotel is mainly used for business.
The Sheraton Parkway North Toronto is part of the Marriott Bonvoy scheme and is a category 4 property costing, on average, 25,000 Bonvoy rewards points per night.
14. Crowne Plaza Toronto Airport
The 12-story Crowne Plaza Toronto Airport is a 473-room hotel located 2 miles from YYZ, which serves as a major domestic, transborder, and international hub for Air Canada, and there is a shuttle to and from the airport. Downtown Toronto is 20 minutes away from the hotel.
The hotel recently underwent a $10 million USD makeover in 2019, which included the renovation of their club lounge and club-level rooms and the rest of the rooms in the hotel. The hotel also has a fitness center with elliptical machines, a treadmill, free weights, a bike, and an indoor pool.
This hotel is cheap but only really a suitable base for the airport. It has a club lounge, which is fairly vanilla and nothing special and can be booked on IGH rewards. This club lounge and hotel is the worst of the hotels in this best club lounge listing. There are also Holiday Inn, Holiday I, and Holiday Inn Express to spend your IHG points on.
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