Tootsie asked in TravelCanadaToronto · 1 decade ago

Going to Toronto ...have a few questions?

Me and my boyfriend are thinking of going to Toronto in march. We never been there before. I would like to be there at least 4 to 5 days. I am going by plane. So my questions are...

Where to stay?(downtown )

Where to eat?(romantic dinner and also nice coffee shop)

Where to shop?(clothing)

What to do at night?(no nightclub)

Thanks in advance...

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  • Mug R
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer

    Where to stay- I would book through hotwire.com , you can get an amazing deal on a 4 star hotel. Otherwise for low budget-Delta chelsea, medium budget- Sheraton Center, The Hyatt on king street high budget- The Hazelton Hotel, The Drake

    Where to eat- Romantic dinner- Scaramouche- known as one of the better Restaurants in town with a fabulous view. Don't forget to get their famous coconut cream pie.

    Nice coffee shop- Balzacs Coffee- Its in the Distillery District, so you will get to see a beautiful historic part of Toronto and drink an great cup of coffee.

    Where to shop- Depends on what type of clothing you want, If you want big designer labels, head to Yorkville. For something a little more local check out the places on this list http://www.blogto.com/toronto/the_best_new_clothin...

    What to do at night- Toronto has world class theatre and concerts. IMHO it is the best thing to do at night.

    http://www.mirvish.com/

    http://www.dancaptickets.com/home

    http://www.coc.ca/

    http://www.masseyhall.com/

    Let me know if you want any more info and I can hook you up.

  • gaw
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Downtown has a huge range of Hotels. Toronto Marriott hotel is nice, it's close to one of the popular malls, eaton center and it's also close to the subway so you can travel around.

    To eat you definitely have to go to the resturant in the CN TOWER

    http://www.toronto.com/restaurants/listing/213962

    Where to shop - I would say eaton center and yorkdale, great malls with loads of stores.

    Also Orfus road is REALLY popular, it's basically huge warehouse stores on a long road and the clothes are cheap, but the actual clothing is very popular and good!

    If you stay in downtown theres always something to do and I'm sure you'll find something great!

  • 1 decade ago

    Stay - Delta Chelsea, The Drake.

    Eat - If you like asian food I reccomend Sushi Inn (Yorkville, japanese food), Spring Rolls (Yonge&Dundas or Yonge&Bloor, thai food), Asian Bowl (Yonge&Dundas, japanese/chinese/thai), Salad King (Yonge&Dundas, thai food) i also like Elephant & Castle (Yonge&College or King&University), its a british pub/restaurant.

    Shop - Kensington Market. cant go wrong, half of my wardrobe is from there. its cheap and very unique, most of the items they have there, you wont find anywhere else.

    Night - See a show! Right now The Sound of Music, My Mothers Lesbian Jewish Wiccan Wedding, The Toxic Avenger, Jersey Boys, Robin Hood and Stuff Happens are playing in Toronto.

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