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The top 5 apartment hotels in Toronto

The top apartment hotels in Toronto are great for a longer-term stay in Toronto, or if you simply want a bit more room to lounge and a place to cook your own meals. If you don't want to stay in an Airbnb, these hotels offer home-style amenities, like kitchens and couches to make your vacation or business trip as comfortable as possible.

Here are my picks for the top apartment hotels in Toronto.

Residence Inn
Each and every room in this downtown hotel has its own kitchen or kitchenette, which is great if you want to cook (or just need somewhere to store your leftovers). It also offers free breakfast, so you can always get a solid start in the morning - regardless of what you got up to the night before.

Cosmopolitan Hotel
There's nothing more cosmopolitan than staying right in the heart of downtown Toronto. With suites and kitchenettes available, this centrally located spot will keep you happy right in the heart of everything.

Pantages
This hotel in the downtown core boasts that it has "condo-like" suites - if that doesn't make for an authentically Toronto experience, I don't know what would instead. Stay here if you love the Eaton Centre or are going to see a show at the Ed Mirvish Theatre.

SoHo Hotel
If you'd rather live it up in King West, this hotel's for you. It's right by the city's most popular clubs and it's also within walking distance of the Rogers Centre. Best of all, it features in-suite laundry (when can I move in?).

One King West
Like the SoHo, One King West is also a condo building. So it's no surprise it offers apartment-like amenities to its guests. Each suite comes with a kitchenette that includes a fridge, a dishwasher and a microwave oven.

Photo of One King West.


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