Planet Traveler Hostel Toronto
One of the friendliest hostels in Toronto. Staff makes it easy for guests to mingle, and offer regular free pub crawls, karaoke nights or other social events. With free breakfast until 1pm, you can have a lie in after your night out, and all through the day, you can help yourself to tea and coffee. They also have a cosy rooftop terrace.
Average dorm price: 29.13 €
All Days Hostel Toronto
A nicely decorated Hostel with neo-classical furniture, with a fun and social atmosphere and a wide range of travellers type, and affordable prices. With a large lounge room with cable television and a different movie is shown every night, as well as several games and a decent library where you can meet other travellers.
Average dorm price: 21.25 €
What are the Party Hostels in Toronto like?
- Best Party Hostels in Toronto: HI Toronto; The Only Backpacker’s Inn; Two Peas Pod Hostel
- Party hostel style: fun social hostel
- Craziness level: fairly crazy
- Parties on-site: Bar onsite
- Pub Crawls: Yes
Party hostels in Toronto don't have crazy on-site parties, except if there is a bar on-site. Although there are plenty of fun activities you will definitely enjoy, for experiencing the nightlife vibes you have to go and visit local pubs and clubs.
Nightlife in Toronto
No matter how many times you visit Toronto, there will be always something new and exciting you have not experienced. Toronto’s nightlife scene has something for everyone’s taste. There are lots of themed bars where you can start the night, enjoy amazing food and craft beer. After midnight, partygoers are moving to one of many warehouse types of clubs, where the party lasts until late night hours.
Basic information about nightlife in Toronto:
Pubs and clubs closing times:
- Bars and pubs: Monday to Thursday until Monday to Thursday until 02 am – Weekends until 03 am
- Clubs: Monday to Thursday until Monday to Thursday until 03am – Friday and Saturday at 04am
- Average cover charge for clubs: 5 - 15 €
- Average price of a pint of beer: 4 €
- Famous neighbourhoods for partying: Queen West, King West, Church-Wellesley Village, Little Italy
- Famous events or parties: Toronto ComiCon - March
Best Party Areas in Toronto
Every neighbourhood in Toronto has something unique and moving to offer. Even though the wildest parties are happening in the night, there are spots crowded with people from early afternoon. Some districts are more charming than others, while some offer different entertainment you only dreamed about.
Party in Queen West
According to Vogue, the Queen West district in Toronto is the second coolest neighbourhood in the world. The area is very popular among the locals, thanks to numerous bars lined next to each other, and great atmosphere 7 days a week.
Queen Street Warehouse, Apt. 200, Bar Fancy, Otto’s Bierhalle, and Rush Lane Co. are some of the wildest in the area.
Party in Church-Wellesley Village
The epicentre of the LGBT community and one of the most vibrant areas in the city. Awesome themed bars, classic pubs, underground clubs and drag shows - Church-Wellesley Village has everything.
Don’t miss to visit fantastic drag shows in Crews and Tangos. Woody’s is one of the largest party places in the area, with 5 bars and daily parties.
Party in King West
Years ago, the area was famous for numerous clubs and bars placed in spacious warehouses. Today, King West is hosting trendy and stylish bars and restaurants, perfect for early hour dining and parties.
Early Mercy is a cool place, very popular among locals. Another unique club/bar you have to visit is vibrant Odd Thomas. The place has an amazing interior and a wide selection of beers, cocktails, and spirits.
Dress codes & age restrictions
Canadians prefer smart look when going out. For most of the clubs, ripped jeans and baggy dresses are a big no-no. Leave your shorts and flip flops at home, because any type of sportswear is blacklisted. The bars are less rigid, but they still require a certain effort when it comes to outfitting.
If you want to explore the ultimate nightclub vibes of wild Toronto, you have to be at least 19 years old. The same rule applies to alcohol drinking in bars and pubs.