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Editor's "Best Value" Picks Jul 9, 2014 | Musetta R.
Why these hotels? I looked for good value hotels in Hamilton that provide good amenities and good service.
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149 Dundurn Street North, Hamilton
The Admiral Inn is a good option for those who don't like to drop a lot of cash for a room. It has one of the lowest room rates in Hamilton and very good ratings (4/5 guest ratings and a 72% recommendation rate). Parking, Wi-Fi and a continental breakfast are included which helps to bring the rate down even more.

It has easy access to main arteries and even Highway 403 making travelling with a car convenient. It's 5 minutes to First Ontario Centre from this hotel. If it's nice out, you could even walk to the arena from here in 20 minutes and save on parking downtown.

The clean and comfortable rooms are well-equipped with mini-fridges and microwaves which helps for eating in or heating up last night's leftovers. There's an on-site restaurant which guests online can't seem to say enough good things about and guests enjoyed meals there, room service and the free breakfast. The staff are friendly and helpful, according to guests.

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210 Main Street East, Hamilton
Days Inn is located about an 8-minute walk or 3-minute drive from the downtown core of Hamiliton with nearby access to restaurants (Shakespeare's Steak & Seafood is a 2-minute walk), a grocery store (Denninger's) is 2 minutes on foot) and public transit (1-minute walk to the bus stop). Copps Coliseum (now called First Ontario Centre) is a healthy 19-minute walk and McMaster University is a 9-minute drive away.

This is a non-smoking property with a fitness centre and well-equipped rooms come with all usual amenities, plus mini-fridges and microwaves. There's no elevator on site.

Freebies include: Wi-Fi, parking, breakfast, local calls and newspapers.

Guests seemed to appreciate certain aspects of this hotel which included friendly staff, comfortable beds, clean and quiet rooms (although somewhat dated) and a simple but good breakfast (includes self-made waffles and fruit).

This hotel is well-reviewed online with a score of 3.5/5, a 65% recommendation rate and a Certificate of Excellence from in 2013.
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1530 Stone Church Road E, Hamilton
This is another highly-rated property and well-liked boutique hotel most suitable for guests with cars, located 19 minutes from the airport and 15 minutes from First Ontario Centre and downtown, with a lot of raving fans online who can't seem to say enough about this place.

Immaculately kept rooms with amenities that exceed expectations, along with imaginative decor, great pool and delicious food at the on-site restaurant raise the guest experience to a sense of heightened enjoyment. To top it all off the staff are very friendly and efficient, according to guests.

Coming out cheaper than most Hamilton hotels on the day I compared, it appears to offer excellent value, as it has a pool and restaurant on site, along with free parking, free Wi-Fi, and free extended parking (for those travelling by air and wanting to park their cars at the hotel until they return).


This hotel is ranked #1 of 21 Hamilton hotels. Guest ratings are 5/5 with a 95% recommendation rate, and it achieved a Certificate of Excellence in 2013.
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Choosing A Hotel in Hamilton

Quick Summary of Most Popular Areas
Downtown Hamilton: the mullet of the city, it's business during the day and a party at night
Westdale: inviting and cozy area with shops and some beautiful homes, an unexpected delight for many visitors


Where to Stay in Hamilton
Hamilton ("The Hammer") gets a pretty bad rap sometimes due to its eyesore of an industrial area along the shores of Lake Ontario and is often referred to as the armpit of Ontario because of this. However, Hamilton can be quite the scenic place as the Niagara Escarpment runs right through the city. Heading downtown Hamilton seems like a logical choice for most (and it is as far as hotel accommodations go) however there are much nicer areas you'll want to end up visiting. If you want to visit the Canadian Football Hall of Fame, watch a Hamilton Tiger-Cats football game or check out the nightlife at Hess Village, then sure, downtown is a good place to be, however you'll find that during the day your time may be better spent elsewhere.



Top 10 Most Booked Hotels in Hamilton

Hotel Name Estimated rate... Guest Rating Star Rating
$76
7.2 / 10 2 star hotel in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
$112
7.5 / 10 3 star hotel in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
$107
7.6 / 10 3 star hotel in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
$172
7.9 / 10 3 star hotel in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
$115
6.7 / 10 2 star hotel in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
$158
7.3 / 10 4 star hotel in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
$184
8.3 / 10 3 star hotel in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
$100
7.5 / 10 3 star hotel in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
$66
4.9 / 10 2 star hotel in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
$165
8.9 / 10 3 star hotel in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
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Things to do in Hamilton
If you have a day to kill I'd highly recommend checking out the Westdale area (which is slightly northwest of downtown). Westdale is a neighbourhood that surrounds McMaster University and is home to a few boutiques and pubs worth trying. Even venture onto McMaster University's campus. It's an eclectic mix of old and modern architecture housed on a relatively small and walkable campus.


A bit about Hamilton you may not know...
The cultural and geographic landscape of Hamilton is quite diverse. There is a growing art scene that continues to develop. It's a hot spot for indie film makers as the landscape ranges from highly industrialized and polluted areas, to quaint and cozy neighbourhoods to scenic walking trails. In fact, there are over 100 waterfalls and cascades along the Bruce Trail, most notably Webster Falls which is only about a 30 minute drive northwest of downtown Hamilton.


Surrounding Area
Hamilton is only about an hour drive away from downtown Niagara Falls, which is a popular weekend destination for many locals. In addition, less than 20 minutes away by car is the city of Burlington, which has some really beautiful golf courses.


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