Mississauga, ON Hotels
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As Toronto's next door neighbor to the west, Mississauga is a city endowed with a beautiful waterfront, 480 parks and woodlands, a racetrack, and a whole lot of shopping. Close to a million people call Mississauga home but so many more use the city as a hub for anything ranging from business, entertainment, or a weekend getaway. 

Hipmunk's Best Hotels in Mississauga, ON

Days Inn Toronto West Mississauga
Days Inn Toronto West Mississauga
4635 Tomken Rd Eglinton and Tomken, Mississauga
from $63
Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Toronto - Mississauga
from $72
Fairfield Inn and Suites by Marriott Toronto Airport
from $94
Homewood Suites by Hilton Toronto-Mississauga
Homewood Suites by Hilton Toronto-Mississauga
6430 Edwards Blvd, Mississauga
from $98
TownePlace Suites by Marriott Mississauga-Arpt Corp Ctr
from $86
Comfort Inn Airport West
Comfort Inn Airport West
1500 Matheson Blvd. at Dixie, Mississauga
from $52
Toronto Airport West Hotel
Toronto Airport West Hotel
5444 Dixie Rd, Mississauga
from $58
Best Western Plus Toronto Airport Hotel
Best Western Plus Toronto Airport Hotel
5825 Dixie Rd, Mississauga
from $57
Quality Inn Airport West
Quality Inn Airport West
50 Britannia Road East, Mississauga
from $61
Sheraton Gateway Hotel In Toronto International Airport
from $118
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Getting Around the City

Mississauga is very much a driver's city with an area of 292.40 sq. km. (112.90 sq. mi.). There are many things to see and do at all corners of the city.   Conveniently, Toronto's Pearson Airport is in northeastern Mississauga.  This means that all visitors to Toronto are actually starting off in Mississauga.  

For transportation  the best bet is to rent a car right at the airport; from there the city center is less than half an hour away. Since this is a sprawling city, parking will not be a problem. Public transportation into the city is possible with MiWay, Missisauga's own transit system. To get from the airport into the city, Bus 7 drops passengers off at the city center transit terminal within 45 minutes. Alternatively, taxis are easy to catch from the airport although the price naturally will be higher.  

Great Hotels at Cheap Prices

For the best deals, hotels near the airport have the best prices since they are farther away from the city. Here, visitors will find hotels like the Best Western Plus Toronto Airport Hotel and the Comfort Inn Airport West for $80.

Closer to the city center, there's a trade-off between convenience and price. The Novotel Toronto Mississauga Centre is a fantastic hotel under $100 that's right across from the city's hub.  

Comforts of Home with Airbnb

From posh condominiums to cozy houses, there are many Airbnb options you should consider when travelling to Mississauga.  On one side of the spectrum, a two-bedroom tastefully decorated and furnished executive apartment across from the city's main shopping mall can cost $112.  On the other side of the spectrum, visitors can find a two-bedroom house in a quiet neighborhood for $39.  It all depends on your travel needs, but more often than not, there are big savings to be had with Airbnb.

A Summer of Festivals

As a highly diverse and vibrant community, Mississauga has an abundance of events that bring the best of everything around the world in one spot. One of the most anticipated events in the city is Carassauga. This festival of cultures in mid-May, brings the foods, music, fashion and languages of 30 countries to the city for 3 days. 

If lucky enough to be in Mississauga for Canada Day, there is also a huge celebration on July 1 every year with performances and, of course, fireworks.  

Lastly, for meat-lovers out there, Ribfest should not be missed.  This event happens in July at Celebration Square every year. Rib vendors from all over North America drive in to compete against each other to see who has the best ribs.  

Plenty of Outdoor Adventures

With parks, trails and woodlands spread out all over the city, there's an endless amount of outdoor activities to embark on when visiting Mississauga, regardless of the intensity of recreation a visitor is looking for. 

As a bike-friendly city, there are 400 kilometers of on-road and bike lanes and off-road trails. Parks in the city offer a mix of serene settings and also active sport. All of the parks are extremely well cared for and maintained.  Rattray Marsh Conservation Area and Lake Aquitaine Park are both local favorites that provide a true retreat from the big city. 

If travelling with a dog, leash-free parks can be found as well, including Jack Darling Memorial Park, and Hershey Centre Sportzone South which are the larger of the parks in Mississauga.

A Walk Along Port Credit

Situated along Lake Ontario on the southern side of Mississauga, Port Credit is a great little small town that is a hidden gem amongst the locals. With a beautiful waterfront view, lighthouse, and many yachts, this sets the stage for a calm and relaxing walk. Stroll along a path through a time before big box stores; watch this town come alive with the rhythms of live music, the hiss of freshly made lattes, and the cries of seagulls soaring above.  

Port Credit is great on foot or bike and is extremely family friendly.  

Shopping Heaven

Mississauga is truly a buyer's paradise. In the center is Square One that boasts the most of stores in the city and a mix of medium and high end fashion along with everyday stores like Walmart. Beyond that, there is also Erin Mills Town Centre with 220 stores conveniently accessible by all the major highways. For bargain deals, look no further than Dixie Outlet Mall and Heartland Town Centre. For something a bit more relaxed, stroll along the quant streets of Port Credit to score boutique finds. With such a wide variety of shopping, there really is no need to go anywhere else.  

Food to Tingle International Tastes

With such a diverse community of ethnicities, visitors are treated with the world's cuisines right at their doorsteps.  Whether travelers have a craving for dim sum, the spices of India, or freshly made pasta, there's an unbelievable amount of choices.

In the city center, find restaurants ranging from casual to fine-dining. Burrito Boyz is a local favorite for quick Mexican food on the go. Tu Casa Fine Dining is also consistently rated very highly for Mediterranean inspired cuisine. Or perhaps someone's craving Thai food, in which case Twin Fish is a great choice.

Despite being considered one of Toronto's suburbs, Mississauga has a lot to offer in its own right. As a multi-cultural and vibrant community one may enjoy the great outdoors with the parks dotted all across the city. Take a stroll along the shores of Lake Ontario at Port Credit or shop till you drop at Square One.  With so much to see and do, take time to get to discover Mississauga.