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Exploring Toronto CBD

Toronto's Downtown is the cosmopolitan hub of this city's famed creativity, with its exciting new art galleries, relentlessly energetic financial district, and thriving entertainment complex. It's also where Ontario's capital lives up to its nickname of “the city of high-rises.” Downtown's sky-scraping towers of commerce are only put in their place by the awe-inspiring height of the CN Tower. But it's not just about the big and the new here—historic areas like Cabbagetown or the Distillery District also have their own intriguing tales to tell.


Accommodations near Toronto CBD

There is a range of options for all travelers. The hotels in this neighborhood are almost as numerous as its high-rise towers, and cover most accommodation needs. As well as high-end luxury hotels and large business hotels, there are boutique hotels in Downtown and stylish historic establishments. The most popular hotel in Toronto is the Noel Suites - York and Bremner, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended QuickStay - Condo in the Sky (Breathtaking View) in Toronto as it has been reserved 5 times.


Sightseeing near Toronto CBD

- CN Tower

There's one attraction in Downtown Toronto you literally can't miss—the CN Tower. This needle-like 1,800-foot tower is visible across the district. The views it affords are spectacular, both from its 1,100-foot-high revolving restaurant and from the “Skypod” nestled near its tip.


- Monterey Museum of Art

Another unmissable sight is the Art Gallery of Ontario, one of the largest galleries on the continent. It houses some 80,000 works of art from around the globe and across recorded art history.


Transportation near Toronto CBD

If you're in the northeast U.S., then getting to Downtown Toronto by car is possible from several US cities—Buffalo is only 90 minutes away and Detroit around 3 and a half hours. Either way you'll take the Queen Elizabeth Way into town, exiting onto the Gardiner Expressway to arrive at the harbor front. Billy Bishop airport is nearest to Downtown for those flying in, but only takes short-haul flights. Long-haul flights arrive at Toronto Pearson airport. Hire a car here and you can travel to Downtown Toronto in 20 minutes. There is also a UP express train service to Union Station that takes 35 minutes.


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