Customized for your search:

Toronto Hotel Guide. Family Hotels in North York, Toronto, Ontario

North York Hotels
North York

Top Trending Hotels Near North York, Toronto

Holiday Inn Toronto Yorkdale - Toronto Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Holiday Inn Toronto Yorkdale

3450 Dufferin St, Toronto - Map
"Hotel Convenience"
Hotel is in a very central location. Near to the airport restaurants, main highways and transportation I didn't have much interaction with the staff. However the rooms were cleaned well and toiletries replaced. I certainly would recommend the hotel to a friend.
A Traveller
This family-friendly Toronto hotel is located near the airport, within 2 mi (3 km) of Yorkdale Shopping Centre and Baycrest …More
Best Western Roehampton Hotel & Suites - Toronto Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Best Western Roehampton Hotel & Suites

808 Mount Pleasant Road, Toronto - Map
"Nice hotel in the Yonge and Eglinton Area"
It's not a new hotel by any means, but it's clean, the staff were friendly and the bed and shower were great. The complimentary breakfast is a buffet, but the wait staff show you to your table, pour coffee and juice and direct you to the buffet. The hot breakfast consisted of scrambled eggs, hash brown potatoes, sausage and french toast and there were the usual assortments of cereals, pastries, fruit and yogurt available. There is manditory valet parking, at a cost of $16.00. Our only negative was that the valet seemed a bit overworked when we picked up our car. In fairness, though, it was pouring rain and a bunch of us showed up at once. He did well given the circumstances.
Traveller from Newcastle, Ontario
This family-friendly Toronto hotel is located in the business district, within 2 mi (3 km) of Eglinton Grand Theatre, Glendon …More

Search from 2 Family Hotels Near North York, Toronto


    Why book with Expedia ?

    • Best Price Guarantee
    • Over 510,000 hotels worldwide
    • No Expedia cancellation fee
    • 91% customer satisfaction

    Pocket Guide: North York, Toronto Family Hotels

    North York was originally construed to be a suburb of Toronto, but now stands alone as a city of its own.. High-rise condominiums and large corporations can be found here, in addition to the Toronto Centre for the Arts. Vaughan has more than doubled its population since 1991 and the suburb is home to Vaughan Mills, a large shopping center, as well as to the Canadian Soccer Hall of Fame and Museum.

    Customers Rate Expedia
    Powered by feefo
    91% recommended
    From 29,939 Reviews