There is so much to see and do in Burlington that you just have to stay a while to do it all. With accommodations for every budget and a variety of amenities available throughout the city, Burlington is the best place for a vacation (or staycation!).
Stay on the city’s stunning waterfront, only steps away from downtown shopping or dozens of eateries, cafes and restaurants. Or choose one of the many hotel properties adjacent to the QEW highway for quick airport or transport access. Outdoor enthusiasts looking for a great Ontario nature experience will appreciate the selection of regional campsites with amenities that range from cozy to solitary. Whether you’re here for business or pleasure, we can help you find the perfect place to stay and rest.
Hotels & Motels
The Burlington area has over 2,000 guest rooms with lodging options to suit every taste and budget. Whether you want an indoor pool, a view of the lake, or to bring your furry friend along with you, there’s a place for you to stay in Burlington.
Some Hotel Options
There are a number of camping options available in Burlington and surrounding areas for those who enjoy immersing themselves in nature. Bronte Creek (with its camper entrance off Bronte Rd.) has 144 electric service campsites, and 3 yurts (soft-walled cabins) and operates seasonally. Alternatively, you can camp at Kelso and Rattlesnake Point – both are Conservation Halton parks. Kelso offers 19 pristine campsites located throughout the park that are available by reservation. Each of these campsites is not serviced and is large enough to accommodate group camping. At Rattlesnake point, 18 spacious group sites are available. Some of which can accommodate up to 60 people. Winter camping can also be enjoyed at this location. There are several private campgrounds in the area including Toronto West KOA (Campbellville west of Milton), Milton Heights Campground, and Nor-Halton Park.