College Hostel in Toronto Ontario
College Hostel Downtown Toronto Ontario Budget Youth Backpackers Travellers Lodgings Accommodations
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Contact: Manager

Capacity: 138

Address: 280 Augusta Ave., Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Telephone: 416-929-4777,
US & Canada Toll-Free: 1 866-663-2093

Fax: (416) 925-5495

Activities/Attractions: Just outside the market, try the exciting and diverse Little Italy neighbourhood, take in a Blue-Jays, Raptors or Leafs game. The Club and entertainment district, Eaton Centre, Chinatown and Harbourfront are all walking distance.

In Kensington Market you and your friends are literally just meters away from affordable food and fun. Set yourself down for drinks and sip fancy cocktails while listening to live DJs spin some tunes at a local club. If you are looking for accessories and vintage clothes, there are plenty of places to shop. And for a break from the busy city streets, take a stroll around the University of Toronto campus, which is a sight on its own right. Nearby attractions include:

  • Kensington Market
  • Eaton Centre
  • CN Tower
  • Rogers Centre (Skydome)
  • Air Canada Centre
  • Hockey Hall of Fame
  • Casa Loma
  • Chinatown
  • University of Toronto
  • Queen's Park
  • Yorkville

Click here for a list of tours available.


"I love this big hostel because I can meet many international students and tourists to exchange experience and adventures either in the common kitchen or TV room. Everybody are nice and interesting. I stay here for only five nights but I made many friends so we can keep in touch each other online in the near future. What are you waiting? if you come to Toronto, please try it. This hostel is located on the Kensington market which I can buy fresh fruits and vegetables within minutes walking distance; I can visit University of Toronto Library within walking distance; I can connect with three main transportation (streetcar, bus, subway) just on the corner. I paid $22 a day but I can get free internet access and free local call. I don't need worry about something, everything is included. Anyway, I will be back soon, Thank you College Hostel."

"The College Hostel is one of the best hostel's I have ever been in. the staff are fantastic ... It's so friendly, everyone just mingles, and there is no stopping it,. You just get sucked into conversations with so many people. you can't help becoming friendly. location is sweet, just away from the madness of Downtown, and sweet for walks in many different style areas. There are also some very good bars around. If it's a game of pool you want, right around the corner "Thymeless" will cater for you, and you must try the Buzz Beer Companies brew-CLASSIC."

"... it was nice to have a tiny balcony, and the area was great. I couldn't have chosen a better location, right in Kensington Market. There are also tons of vegan places around, so if you're vegan, this is the place to be!"


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"Best place to stay in Toronto if you\'re on a shoestring budget. Close to all major downtown attractions."

"Stay here. The location is great, and the staff is friendly."

General Information: Welcome to College Hostel ... this budget youth hostel is one of Toronto's busiest. Downtown Toronto and close proximity to bohemian Kensington Market take much of the credit for backpacker and tourist popularity. You don’t have to go far for a good time when you’re staying at College Hostel. Given its location in Kensington Market you and your hostel friends are literally just metres away from affordable food and fun.

The fun and friendly staff will hook you up with theme tours. College Hostel is a Toronto budget hostel base for tourist and backpacker destinations like Niagara Falls. Don't forget to ask about the latest tours. With the no curfew or lock-out, you may get the urge to just move right in or at least extend your vacation!

  • With 138 bed capacity, we are great downtown base for your Toronto backpacker tourist hostel experience
  • Shared (dorm) and private rooms
  • Lounge with TV and Games
  • Stay for days, a week or longer stays
  • We have an on-site sushi bar
  • Each room is equipped with cable TV, phone and a private balcony
  • You get loads of freebies: lockers, Internet, linen, indoor parking and local calls
  • Clean, comfortable rooms
  • Laundry facilities
  • Pop and snack machine
  • Security cameras in common areas
  • Fully equipped kitchen with lockers
  • Seconds from public transportation
  • Ontario Accommodation Association Member
  • Backpackers Hostels Canada Member

Families and travel partners appreciate our double room values. Choose two double beds at a surprisingly low rate. Remember, we include cable television and phone.

Our single rooms give excellent value for Toronto visitors. Large spacious beds with cable television and phone, all in a clean, modern furnished room.

If what you need is clean, comfortable, safe place to sleep, at an unusually low rate, then look no further. Our backpacker dorm rooms are for you.

Payment Accepted: Visa, MasterCard, Diners, Amex.

Rates: (Prices quoted in CAD Dollars).

$23-80/night
$140-455/week

Click here for currency conversion.


"I'm staying in the shared dorm room but I get free local calls inside the room. I don't need go to the TV room because there is cable TV inside my room. I can get Internet access without payment and cook with other students in the common kitchen. It's like I'm back at the University again. I strongly recommend you try this big hostel in downtown Toronto."

"The free Internet is quick and great to have. Every room opens out onto a little balcony, the staff are nice, and everything is reasonably clean ... Being right in the middle of the markets is very colourful and fun, and absolutely the best location. Double thumbs up."

"I was there for 2 weeks ... location was great, the staff were friendly ...When I was there the hostel was full with backpackers from all over, mostly Japanese, Koreans, and Americans."