Toronto is the most populous city in Canada and the provicial capital of Ontario.It is a great city to live and visit. The whole family will enjoy parks, public art, museums and festivals while you are hosted in the finest hotels.If you are thinking to visit Toronto maybe I can help you with a litle list of the top things to visit and see in Toronto!
Top 5 Hotels in Toronto
1. Ritz Carlton
Toronto’s only 5-Diamond award winning hotel, The Ritz-Carlton, Toronto welcomes guests to the heart of Canada’s most culturally diverse city. Centrally located just steps from iconic landmarks, popular attractions, shopping, sporting and entertainment venues, the luxury Toronto hotel offers guests the perfect vantage point from which to explore.
181 Wellington Street West
Toronto, Ontario M5V 3G7 Canada
Phone: +1 (416) 585-2500
Fax: +1 (416) 585-2503
You decide to discover Toronto, setting off from the hotel’s central location in the heart of the city. The Concierge desk offers the option of hotel cars, ready to take you to luxury boutiques within mere minutes.
Adress: 188 University Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, M5H 0A3, Canada
Tel:(1 647) 788 8888
Fax:(1 647) 788 8889
Le Germain Boutique-hotels’ philosophy is all about creating an authentic and elegant design, and a warm, comfortable ambiance, combined with attentive service that is always personalized yet discreet.
75 Bremner Boulevard Toronto, (Ontario) M5J 0A1
Tel: 416 649 7575/ Toll free: 1-888-940-7575
Fax: 416 649 7574
The Templar Hotel is a luxury concept hotel with twenty seven guest accommodations in the heart of Toronto featuring Monk Kitchen led by Executive Chef Roberto Fracchioni who offers a one of a kind culinary experience. Monk Lounge inside Templar Redefines cocktail hour with an art filled backdrop.
348 Adelaide St W, Toronto, ON M5V 1R7, Canadá
From inspired culinary creations and rejuvenating spa treatments to advanced in-room technologies and innovative business services, a limitless range of sophisticated pleasures awaits you. Whether you are staying for just a weekend or weeks on end, you will quickly realize that one does more than stay at the SoHo Met in Toronto … one lives it.
318 Wellington St W, Toronto, ON M5V 3T4, Canadá
Top 5 Restaurants in Toronto
1. Bar Isabel
Unique and wonderfull restaurant in Toronto! You might want to take a look and try some magnificently fatty charcuterie dishes, which have lost their novelty, but the first-rate seafood tapas, like a tender, briny whole octopus, lightly grilled and tossed with garlic and lemon juice, or mojama, another traditional tapas dish, which layers medallions of air-dried albacore tuna with luscious orange sections and toasted.
797 College St, Toronto, ON M6G 1C7, Canadá
The majority of the plates provide some consolation, particularly that lime charlotte, which you should not miss, and the spell-casting Mexican spiced hot chocolate that’s thickened with ground almonds, barley and hazelnuts.
35 Baldwin Street, Toronto
The food is wonderful,inventive and fairly priced. The servers are nice to you.They accommodate reservations, even for larger groups if they can. And they let you sit there after finishing your meal and hang out for a bit.
1320 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6K 1L4, Canadá
This restaurant cooking is exceptional. It builds superfine textures, uncommon ingredients and surprising combinations into gutsy.
190 University, at Adelaide W,
This popular spot is often jammed – I suspect the fabulous squash fritters may have something to do with it.
326 Adelaide West, Entertainment District, Toronto
Top 5 Shops in Toronto
This menswear/coffee shop hybrid is just as down-to-earth as before – white walls, exposed brick, and shipping crate furnishings are still very much in the picture. But, the new space is much larger, giving more room to offer the made-in-North-America clothing and fair-trade coffee they’re known for.
44 Ossington Ave.
VSP Consignment, is a 8,000 square-foot ladies’ consignment department store, can hardly be pigeonholed with the classic perceptions of a consignment store. It’s not massive, the clothes aren’t organized hastily by type, and you don’t have to dedicate an entire day of hunting to find the perfect piece for you.
1594 Dundas St. West
Crywolf is a boutique on Ossington with a down-to-earth vibe and a fun spirit. Owners Rose Chang and Stephanie Drabik operate as a total team effort, sharing the responsibilities for managing the business and designing the t-shirts and other unique treats emblazoned with their quirky characters.
91 Ossington Avenue
Working Title looks like an contemporary menswear boutique. Stark white walls, grey tile, minimalist furnishings, and meticulously folded, perfectly spaced merchandise are just some of its topmost telltale signs. One glance is all it takes to figure it out. Or so I thought.
126A Davenport Road
North Standard Trading Post, the newest clothing retailer to set up shop in Parkdale, is the epitome of Canadian-style coziness.
1662 Queen Street West -Toronto
Top 5 Best Art & Culture in Toronto
The mission of Cooper Cole Gallery is to bring a younger voice to the Toronto Art Scene by representing a number of local and American artists in their mid- to late twenties.
1161 DUNDAS STREET WEST – TORONTO, ON M6J 1X3
+1 647 347 3316
The Art Gallery of Ontario has a collection of over 80,000 works including The Canadian Collection, Masterpieces of European Art and a Contemporary Art collection of all media from the 1960s to the present.
317 Dundas Street West
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
1-877-225-4246 or 416-979-6648
The gallery represents a diverse selection of cross-generational artists working across photography, sculpture, painting, film and installation and over the years has built up an impressive roster of international artists.
190 Saint Helen’s Avenue
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
4. Le Gallery
The gallery focuses on promoting and giving exposure to emerging and mid-career artists, forging a pathway of professional representation for upcoming artists who have not yet broken into the commercial market.
1183 Dundas St. W.
Since its opening in 1996, the mission of Angel Gallery has been to support both emerging and mid-career artists. The gallery specialises in representing artists who are known for taking risks in their work.
12 Ossington Avenue
M6J 2Y7, Canada
Top 5 nightlife in Toronto
1. The Hoxton
Owned by noted octopus wearer Kenny Hotz (of Kenny vs. Spenny fame) in conjunction with the pair who brought Toronto Parts & Labour and The Social, this downtown club boasts minimalist design and an awesome dance floor. It also frequently hosts live shows.
69 Bathurst Street
Brought to you by “nightlife king” (and you know he must be growing weary of that title) Charles Khabouth and Ink Enterntainement, it was conceived as being “the first of its kind” with LED-light installations, top-of-the-line sound system, and the industrial appeal of the original space (which previously housed Devil’s Martini).
473 Adelaide Street West
Product is a great club with multiple levels, reasonably priced drinks and people that are paid to dance as part of the decor (how does one put that on a resume?). Oh, and based on my experience, the bro factor is kept well in check. 1000 points for that.
364 Richmond St
This Parkdale club is great as both an electro-leaning live music venue and as a nightclub. The awesome sound system, Michael Jackson arcade games, and Parkdale-appropriate tallboys of PBR prove that Wrongbar is right.
1279 Queen Street West
Featured in a foreign film that warns of the dangers of diabetes, The Guvernment is a Toronto mainstay that regularly showcases work-renowned DJs.The Guv is probably Toronto’s most famous club, making it a must-visit for any out-of-towners.
132 Queens Quay East
Top 5 Agenda in Toronto
North America’s biggest documentary festival lasts ten days and features more than 100 films from around the world, from classics to the best of the current scene. Workshops and masterclasses are available. Monthly Doc Soup screenings and discussions run from October to April.
110 Spadina Ave. Suite 333
Toronto , ON , M5V 2K4Canada
A month-long festival of Canadian and international photography exhibited in galleries, bars and restaurants across the city. Photographers discuss their craft in workshops and seminars.
416 539 9595
The sounds of independent music, the kind unfettered by those big record-label contract obligations, tear up the city centre during this popular three-day event. Tens of thousands of music fans prowl dozens of clubs, catching talent from Canada, the US and around the world.
189 Church St., Lower Level
At the Toronto Fringe, the trick is to see the hit shows before they’re over. Venues are tiny and the grapevine is quick, so getting in can be tricky, but with more than 100 troupes from both Canada and abroad on hand over the 12 days, there’s plenty of choice, and high quality.
720 Bathurst St, Toronto, ON M5S 2R4, Canadá
North America’s largest Caribbean festival attracts a million-plus tourists and sends what little remains of Toronto’s stodgy Anglo past into a happy tailspin. Thousands of colourfully costumed revellers participate in events like the King and Queen of the Bands competition, usually held at Lamport Stadium (1155 King Street W, West End) and the climactic parade that sees dozens of ‘mas’ (masquerade) bands floating west on Lake Shore Boulevard.
OCTOBER 18th 2014
CARIBANA TOWN HALL MEETING at York Civic Centre 12-4pm
905 799 1630