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Toronto has earned the distinction of being the most diverse city in the world, with over a hundred spoken languages. The third most livable city in the world, it is considered a thriving, bustling, vivacious location. The energy of Toronto is formidable. Those who live there love it. Those who visit don’t want to leave. Such is the charm of this city without boundaries – metaphorically speaking, of course.

Visitors to Toronto come knowing they will fall in love with it. They need a place to put their feet up and enjoy the vast expanse of emotion, landscape, business, enterprise and poetry that is Toronto. Quite natural for a city like this, a huge assortment of cozy and comfy accommodations is on hand. From five-star comfort to more down-to-earth variations such as bed and breakfasts, it’s all there. Whether it’s for business or fun that one goes to Toronto, there is always an ideal place to stay.

However, Toronto’s popularity with travelers, both for business and fun alike, has inflated the prices of accommodation. Notable downtown hotels charge a premium from April to October, which is considered high season. There is a 5% accommodation tax and 7% GST, all refundable to visitors. The proximity of hotels to the subway and surface transport is a major consideration while looking for decent and affordable hotel accommodations. It offers backpackers a tremendous opportunity to get intimate with the city without draining the wallet. Additionally, there are quite a few choices not too far from Pearson International Airport, in the gorgeous Parklands area in the east and in the cities on the fringes of Toronto. The area supposedly offers 32,000 hotel rooms for rent, so travelers of every kind will find something to fit their needs. Of course, one will certainly have to state those needs very clearly. For instance, if one needs a smoke-free room, then it will have to be specifically requested. Bed and breakfast is also a very popular concept in Toronto.

Proximity to the business district, world-class entertainment centers or shopping malls is one of the major criteria for the selection for hotel rooms. The sports and entertainment complex is an attractive destination for people who love sports. This venue also offers rooms that overlook the playing field.

These are examples of what is available in Toronto, both for the laid-back traveler with little to spend and the discerning one for whom luxury is a must.

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