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Toronto hotels where you can stay like a celeb

Thompson’s penthouse suite offers grand views and a billiards table.

The Thompson, 550 Wellington Street W

Since it opened in 2010, this Entertainment District hotel quickly established itself as a TIFF party hot spot, thanks in part to its rooftop pool and bar lounge boasting 360-degree views of the city.

Vibe: Young, modern, party central.

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Perfect for: The fun guy: James Franco, Jay Baruchel, Joseph Gordon-Levitt

Best celeb-worthy amenity: A tie between the billiards table (in the penthouse suite) and the in-room beer-on-tap dispenser.

What we'd love to see happen: James Franco beats Seth Rogen in a cannonball contest.

Price: $4,500 for the penthouse; thompsonhotels.com

The Ritz-Carlton, 181 Wellington Street West

Not even two years old, this celeb favourite ups its game this weekend with the opening of four new 900-square-feet suites. Who will be the first to sleep in them? Brad Pitt is a past guest …

Vibe: International money.

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Pefect for: A-listers who love attention: Matthew McConaughey, Scarlett Johansson, Jude Law.

Best celeb-worth amenity: Beds tilted at five degrees, which is said to help detox the body and promote better sleep.

What we'd love to see happen: George Clooney and Sandra Bullock hook up on the outdoor DEQ Lounge.

Price: $2,500 for a Simcoe suite; ritzcarlton.com

The Trump, 325 Bay Street

The luxury tower is opening its Sky Villas for the festival.

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Vibe: Indulgent elegance.

Perfect for: Class acts with a flair for the dramatic: Benedict Cumberbatch, Jessica Chastain, Michael Fassbender.

Best celeb-worth amenity: Attaché service, for all your dog-walking/grocery-buying/whatever-

tickles-your-fancy needs.

What we'd love to see happen: Ewan McGregor sings Your Song with the musicians performing daily in the Suits lobby lounge.

Price: $20,000 for the presidential suite; trumphotelcollection.com

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