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Hotels in Midtown, Toronto

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Midtown - Toronto, ON, Canada
30 Jun — 1 Jul2
Midtown - Toronto, ON, Canada
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Gain useful insights and advice for booking the perfect stay in Midtown. Price data is based on averages over the past 12 months and was last updated on 23 June 2024.
Cheapest month:March
Most expensive month:August
Average price in Midtown:$673/night
Cheapest price found:$21/night
Cheapest day:Thursday
Most expensive day:Wednesday
$159 - $1,393
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
$568 - $1,059
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

Cheapest hotels in Midtown, Toronto

Discover affordable stays in Midtown that provide a quality experience without breaking the bank. Hotels in Midtown can be found for as low as $445 per night. There is currently one property in Midtown that can be booked for this price. Kimpton Saint George Hotel is one of the hotels that can be booked for the lowest price in Midtown. Price data was last updated on 23 June 2024
Out of the hotels in Midtown we've come across, these properties are priced the lowest. If you have flexibility with arrival and departure, use the search form to compare prices for other dates.
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280 Bloor Street West, Toronto, ON, Canada
2.3 km from city centre
Free Wi-Fi
$445
Avg. per night
90 Bloor Street East, Toronto, ON, Canada
2.2 km from city centre
Free Wi-Fi
$484
Avg. per night
60 Yorkville Avenue, Toronto, ON, Canada
2.3 km from city centre
Pool
Free Wi-Fi
$802
Avg. per night
118 Yorkville Avenue, Toronto, ON, Canada
2.3 km from city centre
Pool
Free Wi-Fi
$1,024
Avg. per night

Where to stay in Midtown

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About Midtown

As the main area and one of the central business districts of the city, Midtown is the real heart of Toronto defined not by a large number of tourist attractions but by small, independent places and a unique local atmosphere. The boundaries of the area include Bloor Street, Lawrence Avenue, Oakwood Avenue and Bayview, which border the area of Midtown. It is in the north of the city of Toronto, Ontario on the east coast of Canada and divides into various neighbourhoods.

The best way to appreciate Midtown Toronto is by visiting independent cafes and exploring the small shops of the area, which reveal the spirit of the local community and offer great spaces for visitors to relax. There are some tourist attractions in the area including the Ontario Science Centre, an educational centre, and Alexander Muir Memorial Gardens which provide walking trails through beautiful forested areas. Visitors can explore a number of other parks and partake in a discovery walk through the Don Valley Ravines, or indulge in the local jewellery, craft and clothing boutiques. Midtown Toronto has a buzzing nightlife with many original restaurants and cafes to enjoy, ranging from patisseries to sushi to Middle Eastern cuisine, in addition to various pubs, bars and clubs.

Visitors can easily reach Midtown from throughout Toronto on the city subway by taking the Yonge Line to the any of the many stations in the area and local bus services run throughout the city. For international visitors, the nearest airport is Toronto Pearson International, a 20-minute drive from Midtown, although the journey on public transport can take over an hour.

The history of Midtown begins with the founding of Toronto in 1750 by the French settlers, although First Nations people occupied the land for several thousands of years before the arrival of the Europeans. The Midtown neighbourhood came into being around the 19th century when surrounding areas became farming villages, which over the years slowly developed into a unique, yet integral, part of the larger city of Toronto.

Facts about staying in Midtown, Toronto

Find useful tips and insights about staying in Midtown to help you make the most of your experience. FAQs were last updated on 23 June 2024.
  • What are the best hotels in Midtown?

    One of the most popular hotels in Midtown is The Yorkville Royal Sonesta Hotel Toronto, which has been reviewed by 2,289 users and currently has a rating of 8.6/10. Other top-rated locations include Four Seasons Hotel Toronto and W Toronto, which have received 9.1/10 and 8.3/10 ratings from our users, respectively.

  • What is a good hotel near Yonge-Dundas Square?

    A good hotel close to Yonge-Dundas Square is Pantages Hotel Downtown Toronto (rated 8.4/10 from 2,225 reviews).

  • What is a good hotel in Midtown near Hospital for Sick Children?

    Pantages Hotel Downtown Toronto is the most recommended hotel near Hospital for Sick Children on HotelsCombined (scoring 8.4 over 2,225 reviews).

  • Is there a good hotel near The Harbourfront?

    12,645 HotelsCombined reviews of One King West Hotel and Residence score it 8.5/10, making it a highly recommended hotel near The Harbourfront.

  • How much do hotels in Midtown cost?

    Hotels in Midtown cost an average of $235/night, according to HotelsCombined data in the last 72 hours.

  • How much is a cheap hotel in Midtown?

    $167 per night is the cheapest Midtown hotel price found in our data from the last 72 hours.

  • What are the most popular landmarks to visit in Midtown?

    If your travel plans to Midtown are flexible, we recommend visiting at least one of the following most popular landmarks: Yonge-Dundas Square, Hospital for Sick Children, or The Harbourfront. Toronto is the city you should stay in if you want to visit Yonge-Dundas Square. Staying in Toronto is preferred if you want to visit Hospital for Sick Children. To visit The Harbourfront, it’s most convenient if you stay in Toronto.

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