As the unrivalled epicentre of Canadian industry, Ontario has built itself a reputation as one of the most cosmopolitan provinces in the country, attracting over 40% of the entire Canadian population. Toronto, the provincial capital, is Canada’s largest city, home to over 2.5 million people. Nevertheless, being more than four times the size of the UK, this exquisite region of Canada still has an abundance of varied and verdant countryside, a variable climate, over 250,000 lakes and, of course, the world-famous Niagara Falls. With a hotel in Ontario there’s more to see and do than you could possibly hope to enjoy in a lifetime.
Toronto — A metallic metropolis shining on the shores of Lake Ontario, Toronto is Canada’s financial and cultural capital. Its skyline, dominated by the staggering TN Tower, is one to rival even New York City’s. Due to its burgeoning population and unsurpassed cultural diversity, Toronto is widely regarded as one of the most multicultural places on Earth – and you can see for yourself with one of the cities comfy hotels.
Ottawa — Smaller than Toronto, but impressive in its own right, Ottawa is Ontario’s second largest city and the national capital of Canada. Home to delectable dining, boutique shopping and historic landmarks at almost every turn – not to mention hotels – Ottawa is a must-see for any history buff or lover of Gothic and Victorian architecture.
Niagara Falls — The place that needs no introduction, Niagara Falls is home to one of the most iconic natural wonders on Earth. The confluence of three major waterfalls, this unmissable sight is one to behold.
London — Home to the University of Western Ontario, London has a youthful vibe. As such, it has developed itself a reputation as a centre of sports, the arts and for its vibrant nightlife. It also boasts more than its fair share of annual music, fringe and food festivals. A hotel here is perfect to immerse yourself in Canadian culture at its best.
A province of great variety, Ontario offers unique skylines, and some of the most beautiful landscapes in Canada. Pay a visit to the TN Tower in Toronto for uninterrupted views across the most iconic skyline in the country and its shimmering reflection in the crystalline waters of Lake Ontario. While the province’s many lakes offer fantastic outdoor sports and photo opportunities, the feather in Ontario’s is undoubtedly Niagara Falls, the immensity of which is hard to comprehend until you have seen these crashing waters for yourself. Enjoy them up close with an adventure boat tour, or take it easy with a relaxing wine and lunch package.
Ontario boasts more than its fair share of North America’s Great Lakes. Take your pick and hire a boat or kayak to explore them. Alternatively, enjoy Ontario’s waters without having to venture too far from civilisation, with a romantic Toronto Harbour Dinner Cruise. There’s plenty to keep family visitors entertained too. Soak up the sites at your own pace in Ottawa, with a Hop-On Hop-Off Capital Tour. Rainy day? Then head to Falls View Indoor Water Park in London. Whatever your plans, even the most hesitant of folk will find something fun to do in Ontario.