Cheap Toronto Hotels

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Cheap Toronto hotels are easy to come by. Toronto is a popular tourist city with hundreds of hotels, from luxury to bare bones budget. If you don't want your accommodation to eat up most of your travel dollar, here is a list of popular but cheap hotels in or near downtown Toronto. (Everyone's idea of "cheap" is different. This list includes hotels with rates under $150.)

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    ••• Alexandra Hotel, Toronto. Photo © Alexandra Hotel
    The Alexandra is good value in a convenient, but slightly run down, location. Nevertheless, it's not too far from the entertainment district and oodles of Toronto's best restaurants.

    Simple, dorm-like rooms are spacious and clean. Rooms are equipped with kitchenette and supplies.

    • Address: 77 Ryerson Avenue
    • Telephone: 1-800-567-1893
    • Neighborhood: Downtown / West Queen West
    • Transit: Queen Street streetcar
    • Price Range:$100+
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    ••• The Ramada Inn, Toronto. Ramada Hotels

    Renovated in 2007, the Ramada is right downtown, within a 10-20 minute walk from many of Toronto's top attractions. The Ramada offers many typical hotel amenities, including free Internet, meeting and convention facilities and a health club / pool.

    • Address: 300 Jarvis Street
    • Telephone: 1-800-567-2233
    • Neighborhood: Downtown
    • Major Intersection: Jarvis / Dundas
    • Subway: Dundas
    • Price Range:$120+
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    ••• Urban Living Suites in Toronto. Urban Living Suites
    Good, if unprestigious, location. Close to Kensington Market and Chinatown. Small and unfussy, but newly renovated in 2007. Rooms have kitchenette, private bath, and free Internet. Parking is also free - a money saver in any big city.
    • Address: 785 Dundas Street West
    • Telephone: 416-955-0188
    • Neighborhood: Chinatown / Little Italy
    • Major Intersection: Bathurst / Dundas W.
    • Subway: St. Patrick subway / 505 streetcar
    • Price Range:Under $100
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    The Rex, Toronto
    ••• The Rex, Toronto. The Rex, Toronto
    The Rex is a Toronto landmark bar popular for live music and drawing jazz enthusiasts, including Harry Connick, Jr and Ani Di Franco. Above the bar are rooms that go for around $100+ plus taxes.
    • Address: 194 Queen St. West
    • Telephone: (416) 598-2475
    • Neighborhood: Queen West
    • Subway: Osgoode or Queen Streetcar
    • Price Range:$100 - $150
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    Isabella Hotel and Suites, Toronto
    ••• Isabella Hotel and Suites, Toronto. Isabella Hotel and Suites, Toronto
    This late 1900s mansion has been turned into a hotel with about 40 simple rooms and suites. The location is not upscale and may concern some at first sight, but the staff is pleasant and rooms clean. Parking is limited.
    • Address: 556 Sherbourne St
    • Telephone: (416) 922-2203
    • Neighborhood: Downtown / Bloor
    • Major Intersection: Sherbourne / Isabella
    • Subway:Sherbourne
    • Price Range:$100+
  • 06 of 08
    A cheap hotel in one of Toronto's most exclusive neighborhoods - Yorkville - close to the ROM and the University of Toronto. So if you don't sacrifice location, why is it cheap? The hotel is pretty run down and in need of renovations.
    • Address: 89 Avenue Rd
    • Telephone: +1-877-967-5845
    • Neighborhood: Yorkville
    • Subway: Museum
    • Price Range:$120+
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    Brand new in 2007. Busy, central location in Toronto's Chinatown, near many of Toronto's top attractions. Also next to Kensington Market, which is full of retro shops and cheap eateries. Rates include breakfast, access to workout room and high-speed Internet. Underground parking for a fee.

    • Address: 222 Spadina Avenue
    • Telephone: 1-877-605-7666
    • Neighborhood: Chinatown
    • Subway: St. Patrick
    • Price Range:$100+
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    The Beaches is a residential east-end Toronto neighbourhood known for its long stretch of waterfront and pricey housing. If you stay here, you will need to take the streetcar or your own car to get downtown and to most Toronto attractions. The Beaches does have great restaurants, shops, pubs, coffee shops and more than one doggie bakery.

    • Address: 1684 Queen Street East
    • Telephone: 1-416-694-1177
    • Neighborhood: Beaches
    • Major Intersection: Queen St and Kingston Road
    • Public Transit: Streetcar (no subway stops)
    • Price Range:$120+