The Bisha Hotel Toronto in the city’s entertainment district combines the sultry with the glamorous. The high-brow design pairs textured velvet and leather walls with art-deco-style furniture and just a dash of Rock ‘n’ Roll. It’s a great hotel for two, offering romantic views at the rooftop bar and pool, giant super-soaker tubs, or Mister C’s Bar Room for an intimate date.
If you’re looking for a hotel in Toronto where you can sleep in, the Le Germain Hotel Toronto Mercer has no set checkout time, so it’s a great option for relaxing in bed and enjoying the room service. Formerly a hat factory, the hotel has a very rustic style and is located downtown in the heart of Toronto. If you want to stay in for dinner, the Victor Restaurant Bar is a typical North American bar and grill with some of the best burgers in town.
Located in the alternative Queen Street West, The Drake is a quirky, saucy hotel full to the brim with artwork and "alternative" design, perfect for a romantic night in. The minibar has everything you could possibly need, blindfolds included. If you want a drink, the talented mixologists can design cocktails that you could never imagine, and their breakfast is considered one of best, especially the house-smoked salmon.
For those looking for romantic hotels in Toronto, The Broadview Hotel offers sumptuous rooms bedecked in velvet and brass, with plenty of dark corners for lingering rendezvous. For dining options, you can choose between the rooftop lounge with its romantic views, or the cozy red leather seats at The Civic restaurant. Once in your room, you can take advantage of the portable record player and its selection of mood-setting vinyls.