For Toronto’s youngest tourists, the Chelsea is a favorite spot to stay when visiting the city. The four-story, 50m (130-ft.) corkscrew waterslide is a major draw, while parents appreciate the Kid Centre, which provides supervised activities (painting, playtime with the resident rabbits, educational games) for toddlers through preteens. The high-school set has a space to themselves, too, kitted out with pool tables, video games, and foosball. Grown-up amenities include Deck 27, an adults-only lounge with a panoramic view of Toronto. Rooms are basic and serviceable, if a touch dated.