Downtown Toronto is situated 2 miles from the center of Toronto, the capital of Ontario. The Ritz-Carlton, Toronto and Four Seasons Hotel Toronto are all located within a strolling distance from Church of the Holy Trinity. The Hazelton Hotel Toronto and Windsor Arms Hotel are close to Mackenzie House.
Downtown Toronto has a number of hotel options bound to suit every kind of budget. Thrifty visitors chasing more economical accommodation, should check out the latest deals at the Pimblett’s Downtown Toronto B&B and Super 8 Downtown Toronto.
The Shangri-la hotel Toronto and Trump International Hotel & Tower Toronto in Downtown Toronto could be what you are looking for for those visitors who are after somewhere to stay that is more upmarket. If you are coming to Downtown Toronto, you could also check out hotels in Little Italy.
Little Italy is a neighborhood that’s found 0.3 miles southwest of central Downtown Toronto. Another alternative is to make a reservation at a hotel in Kensington Market, which is another nearby Toronto neighborhood. To ensure your visit in Downtown Toronto is rich and rewarding, visit our Toronto vacation travel guide and Toronto hotels page.
Research the schedule of events and savor a little culture at Buddies in Bad Times Theatre. It features numerous stage plays suited to most interests and tastes. If you aren’t that keen on embarking on a trek to visit this attraction, consider booking a room at the close by Park Hyatt Toronto and SoHo Metropolitan Hotel & Residences.
Catch a live production at Panasonic Theatre and be entranced by some talented local actors. The Canada Suites on Bay and InterContinental Toronto Yorkville are super close by, so you won’t find an excuse to not head to this spot. Enjoy a moment’s peace with your coffee and watch the neighborhood go about it’s business from the Windsor Arms Hotel. Join the friendly locals for a laugh at The Rex Hotel Jazz and Blues Bar.
The food and drink scene in downtown Dallas gets better by the minute. The latest addition: Grayson Social, a bar, restaurant, breakfast spot and “social club” that opened today in LTV Towers. Set in the historic LTV Towers in Downtown Dallas, Grayson Social boasts a Southern-chic atmosphere that includes an expansive bar, outdoor patio, dining room and private dining space.
Vice President Food & Beverage and Procurement, Darlene Marcello, has reinvented Southern cuisine for the restaurant, providing guests a fresh, innovative twist to traditional dishes. Heavy on spirited sips, Grayson Social’s bar line-up showcases Texan renditions of classic American cocktails and offers plenty of beer and wine.
Valet parking is complimentary with validation.
Updated seasonally, Grayson Social’s beverage menu will always feature a cocktail du jour, however the real crowd pleasers are the extended daily happy hour specials and friendly service. Guests are expected to make themselves feel right at home. Happy hour is available Monday – Friday from 5 p.m. Valet parking is complimentary with validation. If there’s one thing Dallas didn’t need, it’s yet another Southern eatery â but we’re open to the idea that Grayson Social could bring something new to downtown.