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Ontario is Canada’s most populated and second-largest province in total area, and, with all the places to explore, it’s easy for travellers to find rooms. With more than 250,000 lakes and 100,000 km of rivers – some of which include the Pigeon and Niagara rivers, Lake St. Clair, Lake Superior, Lake Erie and Lake Ontario – fishing, boating, and skiing are popular. The cool climate makes it a perfect summertime getaway, so making reservations early to find cheap hotel deals in Ontario is a good idea.
Niagara Falls, which runs between upstate New York and Canada, is a top attraction for many. Billed as “The Honeymoon Capitol of the World,” it’s not far from world-class Ontario hotels and fine dining. A camera is a necessity, because in addition to Niagara Falls, there is also nearby Horseshoe Falls, Bridal Veil Falls, and American Falls. Goat Island separates Horseshoe Falls and American Falls, and standing on the Canadian side offers the best view.
When looking for special discount rates, the cost of a room may vary from hotel to hotel depending on location. When deciding how much to spend, remember that a cheap Ontario hotel deal is just part of the picture. Smart travellers looking to book a room know a true bargain is not just low prices but additional perks and attractions. One such attraction is Kingston.
Don’t overlook this city when planning Ontario hotel packages. Some of the annual summer events in Kingston include the Tall Ships Festival, the 1,000 Islands Jazz and Blues Fest, and the Medieval Festival, a colourful showcase of medieval jousting knights, merchants, archers, and re-enactors. There’s also Brampton, which has Wild Water Kingdom, the Rose Theatre, and picturesque Gage Park. Visit Brampton’s historic Meadowvale Cemetery, which has a Korean War Memorial dedicated to remembering the more than 500 Canadians killed in the war.
When shopping for Ontario hotel deals, another alternative is the many charming bed and breakfasts dotting the area. The area has more than 17,000 restaurants to choose from, so finding a place to eat near all the hotels in Ontario is easy no matter what the time of day.