Toronto may be famous for hockey and cleanliness, but its hotel scene is ready to step onto the international stage. The city is home base for Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts—founded as a motel here in 1960—which is getting set to launch a brand-new flagship property in Yorkville in 2009. That same year, Ritz-Carlton and Trump Hotels are set to open their own five-star properties. The trend toward ever-increasing luxury is being countered, meanwhile, by a small boom in what you might call bohemian boutique hotels, started by the Drake Hotel in 2001 and followed soon after by the Gladstone. Whatever your taste in accommodations, finding a room in Toronto is refreshingly easy. Rooms are spacious, clean, and reasonably priced compared with those in cities like New York or London, and the only time of year it's difficult to make a booking is during the film festival.