Toronto is rich with culture and diversity. There is an abundance of fun and electric neighbourhoods with excellent dinning and entertainment options.

Plenty of museums, stunning architecture, and natural beauty will have you falling in love with this friendly city.

Hotel Le Germain Maple Leaf Square is a modern hotel steps away from world-class entertainment options. This boutique hotel is centrally located in downtown Toronto next to the Air Canada Center. Its guest rooms are basked in natural light and warm wood accents that make it inventing and cozy. Bathrooms include rainfall showerheads and plush towels that make you feel like you are in your very own spa.

The Drake Hotel offers visitors seeking culture and entertainment a place to love. Known for its nightclub that features amazing live bands and art exhibits, the Drake also includes 19 truly unique hotel rooms. The building is a historic site that has served as a hotel since the 1890’s. It was renovated and redefined in 2004 and now includes rooms with funky and quirky character. The streetcar stop out front makes it easy for you to get around the city.

For old world charm in Toronto try the Old Mill. This luxurious hotel is located next to Parkland and the Toronto Bike and Walking trail system making it a refreshing urban retreat. The rooms are elegantly decorated and include high ceilings, hardwood floors, and fireplaces. Enjoy some of the best live jazz music in the adjacent bar or attend Sunday brunch in the historic dinning room.

Madison Manor Boutique Hotel offers guests a truly unique accommodation experience. This fully restored Victorian style mansion is now a quaint and affordable hotel that is both cozy and comfortable. It is an excellent change from the chain hotels found throughout the city and is located close to a subway station that can get you where you need to be.

Canoe Restaurant & Bar is a great place to go for a high quality meal with a side of unmatched views. Perched high above the city in the TD Bank Tower, this restaurant serves up Canadian dishes sourced from across the country. Order a la cart or place your pallet in the hands of the chefs and enjoy a tasting menu that is perfectly paired with wine.

The Keg Mansion is a great stop for those seeking a perfect steak. This great Canadian steakhouse chain is famous for not only its well-aged Alberta beef, but also its acquisitions and restorations of historic sites for its restaurants. The Mansion in Toronto is no exception to this. Located in an 1868-constructed building, this restaurant has a ton of character and a very unique atmosphere. Also, the food is amazing.

Jacques Bistro Du Parc has been serving up authentic French cuisine to locals and tourists since 1978. Enjoy well prepared and presented dishes in a romantic and cozy Toronto setting.

An excellent wine selection that won’t break the bank is an added bonus. This tiny bistro has been consistently listed as one of the top 25 restaurants to dine at in Canada.

Dark Horse Espresso Bar serves up some of the best coffee and espresso drinks in the city. This cafes stylish and laid back setting is the perfect place to unwind after a day of sightseeing or the perfect starting off point. Decadent pastries and cookies are available as well.

Toronto is a city full of entertainment and sightseeing options. The iconic CN tower is a must see for visitors looking for amazing views and architectural design. This 500 meter tall tower looms large over the city and offers guests an exhilarating trip to the top of Canada with its glass elevators.

Those looking for more thrills can walk across its glass floor sections or try the Edge Walk that puts you in the worlds highest full circle and hands free walk while dangling over the towers edge.

Toronto is also home to some of the country’s greatest museums. Check out the Art Gallery of Ontario, the largest of its kind in Canada, or the Royal Ontario Museum, one of the best museums in North America. Sports fans are sure to enjoy the Hockey Hall of Fame, which is both educational and interactive. Be sure to get a picture with the Stanley cup.

Toronto is a multicultural city and contains many neighborhoods worth strolling through for its cultural value. Little Italy, Chinatown, Korea town, and Little India all offer great shops and restaurants for you to enjoy.

For those looking for outdoor fun head to one of the city’s large parks, beaches, or to the Toronto Islands. The latter will offer you an excellent and relaxing day with plenty of activities to keep you entertained. The ferry ride there and back is worth the trip alone for the amazing skyline views that you are presented with.

For those seeking a rush, Canada’s Wonderland, one of the best theme parks in North America, is a short car ride north from downtown Toronto. Head south and you can see Niagara Falls, the most powerful waterfalls in the North America.

Toronto is a popular destination for both business travellers and tourist. This can make accommodations expensive at times. Summer months are busy months for the city and its lake front beaches as people try and escape the heat and humidity. There are also plenty of festivals in the summer that make it a fun time to visit the city.

Spring and fall are the shoulder seasons and can bring a dip in hotel prices as well as the temperatures. The changing colours in the foliage can make it a very pretty time to visit. Winters can bring severe snowstorms that can wreak havoc on flight plans. Winter can also be wonderful with a light dusting of snow.