The Best Hotels and Places to Stay in Brampton, Canada

From historic churches to stunning scenery, Brampton has some wonderful delights to explore
From historic churches to stunning scenery, Brampton has some wonderful delights to explore | © Harold Stiver / Alamy Stock Photo
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12 January 2022
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Named after the town of Brampton in Cumberland, England, the Canadian version has morphed from village to town and is now the ninth-largest city in Canada. Multicultural Brampton is home to ornate temples and churches as well as museums, leafy parks and festivals. The city hugs Toronto International Airport on the northwest end with neighboring Mississauga stretching towards Lake Ontario. Explore Brampton and Mississauga with a stay in one of our hand-picked hotels – bookable on Culture Trip.

Home2 Suites by Hilton Toronto Brampton, for all-suite relaxation

4.3/5 (267 Reviews)
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Now from $95 per night
Just 3mi (4.8km) from the Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives, you’ll find taking in a little culture easy staying at this extended-stay hotel. Many of the spacious suites are well designed with accessibility in mind – including visual alarm clocks for hearing impaired guests. Add in natural-themed decor with plenty of wood effects and neat kitchens and you see the appeal. Indoor and outdoor exercise options come in the form of the large indoor pool and fitness center – or you could simply run around with a ball in the grassy surroundings.
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Courtyard by Marriott Toronto Brampton, for refined suites and social spaces

4.3/5 (975 Reviews)
A large suite at the Courtyard by Marriott Toronto Brampton
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Price Drop
Now from $100 per night
Posh is the watchword when describing these comfortable suites – complete with dream-inducing hazy blue feature walls, near downtown Brampton, just under 15 minutes drive from Toronto. It’s the kind of attention to detail you can expect from Marriott – including the sink-into beds that make the snooze button dangerous. And who wouldn’t want to splash in the indoor salt-water pool with a two-story waterslide? Social spaces range from a living room-style lobby to an all-American restaurant that serves breakfast and dinner – be sure to try the vegan burgers – as well as all-day drinks, from coffee to cocktails.
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Hilton Garden Inn Toronto Brampton West, for la vie en rose

4.3/5 (168 Reviews)
The dining area at the Hilton Garden Inn Toronto Brampton West
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Now from $92 per night
This sand-colored mid-rise will keep you entertained throughout – from the inviting lobby with palms and pink decor to the rooms with soft beige pepped up by the lobby’s pinkish theme. If you’ve driven – or hired – an electric car, get charging at the station in the car park so you can visit Victoria Park Arena soccer venue, just 2mi (3.2km) away. If you like sports that much, clock up your morning lengths in the indoor pool with a wall of windows flooding the space with light – before idling over a breakfast of buttery pastries in the inviting open-plan restaurant.
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The Sandman Signature Mississauga Hotel, for suburban home comforts

4.2/5 (1597 Reviews)
The lobby area at the Sandman Signature Mississauga Hotel
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Price Drop
Now from $81 per night
Mississauga, a few minutes south of Brampton, is Toronto’s out-of-town central business district: home to Square One shopping mall and the Living Arts Center. It’s a 15-minute free shuttle ride from the airport to this appealing high rise. Interiors are elevated with soothing blues and greys that promote a restful vibe. You’ll relax further in rooms ranging from two queens to a king with a hot tub, as you float in the indoor saltwater pool before settling in for dinner – say, hand-pressed burgers? – served with a smile at Denny’s diner-style restaurant.
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Chandni Victoria BW Signature Collection, for an urban home-from-home

4.3/5 (70 Reviews)
A guest room at the Chandni Victoria with one queen bed and a triptych painting of blue trees on the wall
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Price Drop
Now from $70 per night
Soft blues and browns create a homey feel in the rooms that characterize this well-located spot just south of the 401 location. It’s in Mississauga – a great base for your Toronto-area adventure. Fill up on sugary pastries and coffee each morning, before heading into Toronto. It’s just a few minutes’ trundle by bus to the city – hop off at Union to visit the CN Tower, Old Toronto and the Fashion District. Or, keep on going further out if you’d like to discover what makes Danforth one of the locals’ favorite neighborhoods.
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  • Newton Villa, for scenic country comfort

    4.5/5 (370 Reviews)
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    Price Drop
    Now from $80 per night
    You’ll feel right at home in this small independent villa, in a quiet residential street surrounded by countryside. It’s impossible not to sleep well in these peaceful, light-filled rooms – with pastel shades and comfy beds – before rising to breakfast on fresh fruits, pastries and toast in the dining room. Allow yourself a serene hour in the reading lounge as you plan the day – which needn’t mean leaving the property. In the sprawling grounds, you’ll find an outdoor pool which makes summer stays here even more fun. No wonder it’s a popular spot for weddings.
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    Holiday Inn Express and Suites Brampton, for hot-tub relaxation

    4.3/5 (915 Reviews)
    Indoor pool area at Holiday Inn Express and Suites Brampton
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    Price Drop
    Now from $98 per night
    Flight left you feeling stressed out? You’ll soon recover in these rooms, with spa bathtubs – just 5 minutes from the airport. For starters, take a dip in the indoor heated pool and hot tub and you’ll switch instantly into vacation mode. Every morning, you’ll get to drink complimentary coffee in the lobby and tuck into breakfast – a fruit and pastry-laden continental variety, or an eggs-and-bacon-filled hot buffet. If you’re whacked after a buzzy day of sightseeing in Toronto, cozy up with an in-room movie, popcorn and two soft drinks – all part of the movie-night package.
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    Square One Comfort Suite, for city-view condos

    5/5 (1 Reviews)
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    Just around the corner from the captivating displays of paintings and sculptures at the Living Arts Centre, these cozy condos – sleeping up to four guests – put you in the heart of Mississauga. So, set your alarms and head out to explore the historic streets. Credit-card burning a hole in your pocket? Go shopping in the Square One Shopping Center, right around the corner. Back at the ranch, you’ve earned the right to sink into your window-side sofa to watch the crowds whirl by – after a dip in the mosaic-tiled indoor heated pool.
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