The best hotel bars in Toronto are some of the swankiest places to wet your whistle, whether you're staying upstairs or a local just stopping through. A lot of them also feature fabulous eats, so come hungry.
Here are the best hotel bars in Toronto.4 - Drake Hotel
Multiple bars on every level of this West Queen West hotel — including on the roof and in the basement — are known for their signature cocktails, including amazing Caesars and G & Ts. It's also a destination for events and live music.
3 - The Rooftop at the Broadview Hotel
Views of Leslieville are the highlight of this bar that sits atop the Broadview Hotel, located in a refurbished historic building. Expect cocktails inspired by the surrounding area.
5 - Gladstone Melody Bar
The bar at this historic, artsy Parkdale hotel serves craft cocktails along with local wine and beer. The Gladstone is a hub for all kinds of cultural events, and this is a great place to grab a refreshment before, after or during.
7 - Library Bar
If an old-school vibe and one of Toronto's best martinis is what you're looking for, head to the Fairmont Royal York across from Union Station to one of the oldest hotel bars in town. They also have an unbeatable whisky selection.
11 - Mother Tongue
This moody Filipino-inspired two-level bar with a menu of sophisticated cocktails and sharing plates lurks under the Entertainment District's Templar Hotel.
9 - Constantine
Find this all-day ground floor bar near Bloor and Yonge in Anndore House, attached to restaurant Constantine. Cocktails, wine, beer and Mediterranean bites are on the menu.
10 - Clockwork
The Fairmont Royal York in the Financial District has this newer completely upgraded lobby bar featuring a giant clocktower, luxurious cocktails, high-end champagne and upscale bar snacks.
6 - Louix Louis
The award-winning design at this bar and restaurant on the 31st floor of the St. Regis in the Financial District is as stunning as the selection of liquors stocked in a grandiose back bar.
8 - The Lobby Bar at Bisha Hotel
Dubbed Mister C, the ground floor bar at Bisha in the Entertainment District has a lush, dark design and hosts fun events on the regular.
by Amy Carlberg via blogTO