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Receptionist offered to help take mu suitcase up to second floor for me.
The bed and breakfast is located by a beautiful lake. There were a lot of recreational activities provided for us during our stay. There is a two-person canoe and one person kayak. It was very peaceful to kayak out into the middle of the lake, while watching a family of geese pass by. There are also ...
The place was amazing couldn't think of anything better , looks better in person than the pictures
Staying on the Boatel was a unique experience that I thoroughly enjoyed. The breakfasts were wonderful, the hosts amazing and it was nice to spend time getting to know the other guests. I was in Toronto for the first time and found this location to be more than I expected. The downtown waterfront ...
Our stay here was very enjoyable. Jamie was a great host. Breakfasts here were absolutely delicious and we enjoyed our chats with Jamie. He helped us book our transport to the airport and his local knowledge was invaluable. This area is a great place stay. It is easy to get a bus to the city centre ...
Staff not the friendliest, customer service compared to other locations seemed poor- room met basic needs, appeared clean - location veers on edge of sketchy (which can't be helped) but stay was uneventful so I give 3.5 stars
Ready to spend a day at the beach with the iconic CN Tower in the background? If you’re looking for a swanky beach hotel, Toronto is ready for you.
Yes – Toronto does indeed have beaches, and they give you a playful juxtaposition of sand and skyscrapers.
Imagine it: After a day darting between the busy city streets and speeding multi-coloured taxis, it’s time to chill out amidst the waves and sunshine at the seashore. Woodbine is the city’s most popular beach, as it’s a great spot for a round of volleyball. Bluffer’s Point, located beneath the famous Scarborough Bluffs on the north side, is a must for a good walk along with some swimming. If you’re bringing Fido, Cherry Beach (also called Clarke Beach) has an open area for leash-free fun. For something on the tranquil side, Balmy Beach is one of the quieter beaches, which makes it a perfect spot for a few hours of serene tanning. If tan lines aren’t for you, Hanlan’s Point is the favourite clothing-optional spot in town.
Book with Expedia.ca to find the beach hotel in Toronto that’s right for you. Look for a spot right on the water, or in between the city and the beach for easy access to both. Expedia.ca offers some of the best discounts around, so you can enjoy your hotel in Toronto without breaking your travel budget. If you’re bringing the kids, no worries. We can also help you find deals on family hotels in Toronto close to the beach. Spend less money on rooms, so there’s more leftover for important things in life, like beach balls and drippy snow cones.