Located in The Danforth, this hostel is within 3 miles (5 km) of Queen Street, Royal Ontario Museum and The Distillery Historic District. Woodbine Beach and Downtown Yonge are also within 3 miles (5 km).
Located in Downtown Toronto, this hostel is within a 5-minute walk of The Path, PATH Underground Shopping Mall and Queen Street. St. Lawrence Market and Hockey Hall of Fame are also within 10 minutes. King St East at Church St West Side Stop and King St East at Church St East Side Stop are within a 2-minute walk.
Located in Kensington Market, this hostel is within a 15-minute walk of Spadina Avenue Shopping District, University of Toronto - St. George Campus and Queen Street. Royal Ontario Museum and Art Gallery of Ontario are also within 1 mile (2 km). College St at Augusta Ave Stop is only a 2-minute walk and College St at Borden St Stop is 3 minutes.
Toronto is a sprawling city, and there are small concentrations of hostels in many of its neighborhoods. While many hostels are situated in downtown Toronto, there are also small collections of them in Chinatown, near Regent’s Park, and in the areas surrounding the University of Toronto. Each one of these neighborhoods offers its own unique attractions. Booking a hostel in Toronto’s downtown area can offer the most convenience, but booking a hostel in Regent’s Park or Chinatown might give you a more authentic taste of daily life in the city.
There are several advantages that come with booking a hostel in Toronto instead of more expensive hotels and vacation rentals in the city. Besides offering accommodations at a fraction of the cost, hostels offer amenities like shared kitchens where you can prepare your own meals, recreation areas, and common areas where you can meet fellow travelers.
If you’re heading to Toronto with a group, booking a room that can accommodate a group at one of the city’s hostels can make your stay go more smoothly. The Two Peas Pod Hostel, located in the area near the University of Toronto, offers triple rooms that can accommodate groups of up to three. The Two Peas Pod Hostel also has plenty of common areas, where you and your party can kick back after a hard day of sightseeing.
Going to Toronto on your own? One of the best hostels in Toronto for solo travelers is the HI Toronto Hostel, which is located in the downtown area close to attractions like the CN Tower and the Royal Ontario Museum. In addition to a tour desk that can help you plan your Toronto vacation to best meet your interests, this hostel features an on-site bar, where you can mingle with other travelers and listen to the live music acts that perform there several nights a week.
Where to stay in Toronto?
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