Divide and Conquer
Taking on the Toronto Greater Area is an almost Herculean task. There are so many great neighborhoods jam-packed with so many things to do that you could spend a lifetime wandering the streets and you might still miss a good portion of it. Narrow your focus and start with an amazing array of sights, sounds, shopping, and dining with a room at one of the inns or hotels in Northeast Toronto.
Largely made up of the Scarborough district, it is home to some of the best natural attractions of Queen City. In fact, Scarborough itself has been declared by the National Post to be greener than any other part of the city. Start right at its eastern border near the city of Pickering with a relaxing tour of the 12,000 plus acres of Rouge Park. More than 762 plants, 225 bird, 55 fish, 27 mammals, and 19 reptile and amphibian species make it their home here, and it’s no small wonder. With three golf courses and over six park areas, it is a must see for any visitor. And speaking of animals, head just a few minutes south west of the park to see over 5,000 animals at the Toronto Zoo. Dividing into seven geographic regions to represent as many animals of the world as possible, it is currently the largest zoo in Canada.
Attend an event, be it business or social, at the Scarborough Convention Centre, get in some shopping in at the Pacific Mall, or tour the campus at the University of Toronto Scarborough all from the comfort of an inn or hotel in Northeast Toronto.
A Great Start
Taking in all that Scarborough and the rest of the area has to offer when you stay at one of the hotels in Northeast Toronto is the perfect beginning to a full-fledged Toronto experience. With rooms available from names you know and trust like Hilton and Homewood to ones you that worth getting to know like the Monte Carlo Inn, you’ll be all set up to experience the rest of Queen City. Get on Highway 401 and you’ll be minutes from must-see attractions like the rides at Canada’s Wonderland, the soccer and rugby games at BMO Field, or hockey games at Chesswood Arena. Concerts and special events at the Air Canada Centre and the culture and history at the Royal Ontario Museum are also close to Toronto inns and hotels.
And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. The Yonge-Dundas Square, Harbourfront, and Black Creek Pioneer Village are also moments away and waiting to give you a lifetime of memories and each in a completely unique and exciting way. But you have to start somewhere and a hotel in Northeast Toronto will provide you with not just comfort, convenience, and an amazing list of services and amenities but a quiet corner to give yourself the chance to ease into your adventure slowly. And when you’re ready to branch out, head full steam into Toronto proper. Make a reservation with inns and hotels in Northeast Toronto today and get your next great trip started off on the right foot.