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Ski Hotel Guide in Toronto
When the weather turns chilly and the snow starts falling from the sky, that means it’s time for you to pack up your skis and cold-weather gear and hit the slopes.
- Check out our impressive variety of hotels near quality skiing sites
- Book with us for low rates and buy those new goggles with your extra cash
- Slide into reviews from fellow skiers to pick the perfect lodging
Strap on your snow boots and zip up your parka, because a ski vacation in Toronto is sure to be an invigorating experience.
Toronto ski options are mainly split into two parks in the city: Earl Bales and Centennial. Both offer options for beginning skiers and families. Earl Bales Park has three intermediate slopes and a smaller beginner hill, while Centennial Park has an intermediate slope, a beginner slope, and a snowboard slope. Classes are available at both parks if you or the kids want to learn a few tricks before hitting the hills.
If you’re open to a day trip during your vacation, hop into your rental car and head for Dagmar Resort, Lakeridge Resort, and Brimacombe for some fun in the snow. These three ski and snowboard areas offer black-diamond trails, beginner runs, and night skiing for those of you who simply can’t get enough of the perfectly groomed snow.
When you’re ready to hit the slopes, book your hotel in Toronto with Expedia.ca. Whether you want to stay close to Earl Bales Park, Centennial, or the other hills a little further outside the city, we have something for you. Several of these hotels offer everything you need after a day on the slopes, including in-house spas, in-house restaurants, and laundry service to clean your ski gear. Ask your concierge for advice on which slope to conquer next, or warm up by the fireplace in the lobby after a perfect day in the snow. Whatever your pleasure, Expedia.ca has something for you.