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Hamilton, Ontario is located at the head of Lake Ontario, between Niagara Falls and Toronto. According to the 2001 census, Hamilton's population is 490,268 making it the eighth largest city in Canada. Demonstrating the city's diversity, nearly one-quarter of the metropolitan area population of Hamilton is foreign-born. This makes Hamilton the Canadian city with the third highest proportion of foreign-born citizens after Toronto (44%) and Vancouver (38%).
Hamilton's proximity to both natural resources and retail markets, and the accessibility of various modes of transportation, have helped make Hamilton a main industrial centre for Canada. As such, the city has earned nicknames such as Steeltown, Lunch Bucket City and Hammertown. In 2000, Hamilton and five surrounding municipalities, Ancaster, Dundas, Flamborough, Glanbrook and Stoney Creek, merged to form a new amalgamated City of Hamilton.
Welcome to Hamilton, Ontario ! Discover the wonders of one of the oldest cities in Ontario.
From a picturesque waterfront; arts and architectural heritage; sports; festivals and a variety of attractions, Hamilton offers something for everyone.
Visit Tourism Hamilton at www.tourismhamilton.com for further information and a virtual tour of our great city.
There are numerous hotels, motels in, and around the Hamilton International Airport. Many are included here, grouped by the main city in which they are located. If you need more information, or do not find the accommodations you are looking for, please contact the Tourism Hamilton above.
Downtown Hamilton is located 20 minutes from the airport. Some of the accommodations listed on this site are located in the heart of the city, others are located closer to the airport.
Visit the Tourism Niagara website to view a full listing of Hotels, Motels, Resorts and Inns; Bed & Breakfasts; Reservation Agents and more. For additional Bed & Breakfasts choices visit www.bbniagarafalls.com
Located about 35 minutes north east of the Hamilton International Airport, Burlington is the thriving city on the eastern boundaries of Hamilton, in the direction of Toronto. Visit www.burlingtontourism.com for more tourism information.
Located about 30 minutes north and west of the Hamilton International Airport, Brantford is the first major city on route to London, Ontario. Visit www.visitbrantford.ca for more information.