Where are the best places to stay in Toronto?

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As the largest city in Canada, a cultural melting pot and a tourist hot spot, Toronto has a number of fabulous places to lay your head. One excellent option is to check in to Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Four Seasons Hotel Toronto in the upscale shopping district of Yorkville. The flagship property of the luxury hotel brand features the latest and greatest — we're talking tablets that allow you to order late-night room service or schedule a cab pickup, and the city's first Four Seasons Spa (the largest luxury hotel day spa in Toronto). And we can't forget Daniel Boulud's Café Boulud.

Also in the Yorkville neighborhood, you'll find Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Park Hyatt Toronto. When you're not shopping, relax with a treatment at Stillwater SpaIf you're looking for a bit of Old Hollywood glam, head straight to Four-Star The Hazelton Hotel. The luxe rooms pair magnificently with the hotel's signature Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star One Restaurant and the equally as indulgent Spa at the Hazelton.

T-dot has a couple of new hotels eager to welcome savvy travelers. Opened in 2011 at the crossroads of the city's financial, entertainment and waterfront districts, The Ritz-Carlton, Toronto is a swanky Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel with some of the largest rooms in the city. And in January 2012, Five-Star Trump International Hotel & Tower Toronto opened its doors with that sleek décor for which the luxury hotel brand is known. The same year also brought Four-Star Shangri-La Hotel, Toronto, an East-meets-West center of serenity in the city's downtown core.

SoHo Metropolitan Hotel, Toronto is an excellent Four-Star pick near the city's entertainment district. Its contemporary design and furnishings lend a home-away-from-home feel to its rooms and suites. Recommended hotels Thompson Toronto and Templar Hotel round out our top Toronto hotels; both are hip, tech-savvy picks perfect for a stylish jetsetter visiting the city.

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