Downtown Toronto Hotels – Wedding Services

When is it a good time to choose a hotel on your wedding night? Well, hotels are best kept for after the wedding party and specifically for the bridal party. At times, we all know that wedding can get out of hand, and although these wedding parties are joyous occasions, the event calls for letting go and being supportive for those involved and that includes living it up! However, when the party calls for excessive drinking and partying, the safest option once the party is complete is to settle into a hotel and enjoy the last night together with all the members of the bridal party.

Now this theory is not always practiced by the bride and the groom for their wedding party, however, in cases of the bride or groom feeling that things might get out of hand or if they want one last night for everyone to be together, then reserving a hotel is important. Another important reason to reserve a hotel is simply to house out of town guests. A wedding is very important and it gets people to travel around the world to be with loved ones, so reserving a hotel for those people is important.

Now with so many hotels to choose from in Toronto and throughout the southern region of Ontario, one might settle for a well-known chain hotel, but that might exceed your budget. That is why Toronto Wedding Services has provided you with several recommendations on hotels that fit the bill, for price, affordability and quality of hotel.

So when you are ready to choose a hotel for either for guests from out of town, or for your bridal party.

Top Hotels in Toronto

Le Meridien King Edward
Fairmont Royal York
Four Seasons Yorkville
Sheraton Centre
Novotel Hotel Centre
The Grande Hotel
The Intercontinental
Courtyard By Marriot
SoHo Metropolitan
DoubleTree Hotel
Westin Prince
Westin Harbour Castle
Embassy Suites
Crowne Plaza Hotel
Best Western
Holiday Inn

Toronto snapshot:

Toronto is home to more than 100 cultures

Toronto is Canada’s largest city, with a population of 4.7 million

Toronto is the 5th-largest city in North America, after Mexico City, New York, Los Angeles and Chicago

One-quarter of Canada’s population is located within 160 km (100 mi.) of Toronto

More than 60% of the population of the USA is within a 90-minute flight

As the capital of Ontario, Toronto is the seat of government for Canada’s most populous province and is the industrial and business centre for the country

Cosmopolitan in Toronto Hotel, a Zen lifestyle hotel has been named one of the world hottest new hotel in the Condé Nast Traveller Hot List 2007 – The Very Best New Hotels in the World. The list, featured in the May edition, comprises 60 hotels, and Cosmopolitan Toronto is the only Canadian hotels, and one of five North American hotels, included. The Condé Nast Traveller Hot List recognizes hotels and resorts for designs, services and ambiance, making it one of the industry’s most coveted designations.