|Top holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£302|
|Family holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£255|
|Romantic holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£394|
|Luxury holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£394|
|Budget holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£197|
Whether you want to catch a Maple Leafs game, take the CN Tower Edge Walk or sample the Downtown area's acclaimed Japanese, European and Indian eating spots, there are plenty of ways to spend money during a Toronto holiday.
Because of this, saving money is really important. With Toronto holiday deals, you can cut the cost of essentials like hotels, flights and car hire, and have some left over for the activities, meals or purchases which make holidays so special.
There are plenty of great times to visit Toronto, from the holiday season to high summer, but to save money and enjoy great weather, the shoulder seasons are best. So look at trips in April and May or September and October and you won't go wrong.
The Adelaide Hotel in Downtown Toronto has all-round appeal, being close to business centers along with shopping and dining streets. A 31st floor spa offers amazing views that are bested only by the rooftop infinity pool. The Up train from Toronto Airport takes 35 mins.
The Hazelton Hotel is another popular spot with all sorts of visitors, with fine food at the ONE restaurant and a huge range of relaxation options at the hotel's spa. Access from the airport is easy as well, with taxis taking around 25 mins.For family holidays in Toronto:
Everyone can be entertained during their Toronto holiday by staying at the Westin Prince. Set in a large tract of urban parkland, the hotel has tennis courts, woodland walks, a fitness center and super-soft "Heavenly" beds. The Up train then Subway Line 1 gets you there in 55 mins. Airport taxis take 30-35 mins.
The Old Mill Toronto is a Humber Valley refuge for families visiting the city, with a games room, biking trails and huge family-sized suites. It's a little way out of the city, but the sights are still accessible, and the airport is just 15-20 mins away by taxi.For romantic holidays in Toronto:
As the name suggests, the Shangri-La Hotel creates a special atmosphere for holidayers, and is perfect for couples, offering fast wi-fi, a spa facility, global gastronomy at the Bosk Restaurant and a 20 meter pool. The Up train from Toronto Airport travels there in 35 mins.
Wake up to stunning lake views from your own private balcony at the Westin Harbour Castle. Heaven for couples, this hotel is close to Toronto's downtown attractions, while a fitness studio, spa and pool complete a fine romantic package. The Up train runs from the airport in 40 mins.For luxury holidays in Toronto:
Relax in plush surroundings at the stunning Sandman Signature Toronto Airport Hotel. Handy for transferring from flights, the Sandman scores well with its gourmet grill eatery, heated pool, rapid room service, friendly spa team and 27-inch TVs in every room.
The Fairmont Royal York is a peerless city center luxury option. One of the city's most recognizable buildings, this early 20th century masterpiece offers a health club to keep guests in shape and four dining venues, including a fine Japanese steakhouse. Airport taxis take around 30 mins.For budget holidays in Toronto:
With its central location, the Victoria Hotel is incredibly convenient for heading to theater shows, attending business events or shopping until you drop. But it's very affordable for a Downtown hotel, and comfortable too. The Up train from the airport will get you there in 35 mins.
Another city center budget gem, Bond Place has a stylish contemporary look thanks to a 2011 renovation and features such as large flat screen TVs, hardwood floors and an excellent Mediterranean grill restaurant. Airport transfers via the Up train take 40 mins, while taxis can be as fast as 25 mins.