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Hotels in Ontario range in price from moderately expensive to luxurious. However, there are discount hotels to be found in almost every city. The Four Points by Sheraton Niagara Falls is inexpensive and the Capital Hill Hotel Suites in Ottawa is also reasonable. For Luxury hotels in Ontario, staying at either The Fairmont Royal York or the One King West Hotel & Residence is an experience you won’t soon forget. Recent updates to The Fairmont Royal York include a newly renovated pool and health spa complete with brand new exercise equipment, exterior revitalization, and new HDTVs in every room.
Things to see in Ontario
The rejuvenated Harbourfront in Toronto offers access to the iconic CN Tower and the Rogers Centre where you can see sports matches and huge musical acts. It’s also where you can take the ferry to the Toronto Islands. And if you love nature, you can go the city’s many green spaces such as High Park or head north to Collingwood for a spa treatment, or book a cottage in the renowned Muskoka Cottage Country. Other great destinations for outdoor adventures include Georgian Bay, which is full of boating and pristine beaches for swimming. Blue Mountain and Horseshoe Valley, are also famous spots for skiing or snow-boarding where you’ll find locals jam-packed on the hills in the winter months.
Where to stay in Ontario
Excitement awaits you in Toronto, a world-class urban centre. With its 24-hour transit system, the TTC makes it a great place to party all night long. You can shop in the fashion district at Queen and Spadina, hob-nob with celebrities in Yorkville, or visit the Toronto Zoo, a family favourite. Alternatively, for theatre buffs, you can head to Stratford for the famous Stratford Shakespeare Festival which boasts an impressive array of talent from the Canadian stage and screen. Picturesque Kingston, home of the Thousand Islands, has outstanding eateries, jazz, clubs, and plenty of outdoor adventures.
How to get to Ontario
It couldn’t be easier to get to anywhere in Canada than Ontario. Pearson International Airport in Toronto services international and domestic flights, as does Ottawa Macdonald-Cartier International Airport. Many smaller airports are located in Hamilton, London, Thunder Bay, Sudbury, and Kingston. VIA Rail and GO Transit service much of the province if you want to travel by train. GO Transit and the Greyhound Bus service provide extensive bus travel. To drive to Toronto from the USA, you can take the I-190 freeway from New York State to the QEW Highway straight into the city.
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