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Answer this1 AnswerNo there are not.
Try one of the city's Hippo Tours. More info including rates at: http://www.torontohippotours.com
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Matt Link, Away.com's LGBT travel guru (http://vacation.away.com/expert/travel-eb-travel-expert-expid41-matt-link.html), recommends you stay near the Church Wellesley Village area, since the Pride parade route goes right down Church Street. For a larger group like yours, he recommends one of the LGBT-popular mainstream properties in the area. For example, check out the Ramada Hotel and Suites (http://vacation.away.com/hotels/travel-ld-cid1646-toronto-hotelid19962-ramada-hotel-suites-downtown-hotel.html), which offers good facilities, including an indoor swimming pool and sauna. It's located in a high-rise building on a busy street near the Garden District and the Village. The Selby Hotel (http://www.hotelselby.com/page.asp) is an 82-room Clarion property on the outskirts of the Village and a popular choice of accommodation for LGBT travelers to the city. Also near the Village is the Best Western Primrose Hotel (http://vacation.away.com/hotels/travel-ld-cid1646-toronto-hotelid48519-best-western-primrose-hotel-hotel.html).