Tourism Toronto

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Hotels232
Convention Center55,742 sq. m
Guest Rooms41,000
Guest Rooms at 1 Hotel
Special Event Venues300
Average Room RateCA$201.00
Restaurants7,000
Daily Food CostCA$89.00
Occupancy Rate67.6%
Tax Rate13%

Tourism Toronto

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Why Choose Our Destination?

With a unique combination of stunning skyscrapers and eclectic neighborhoods, Toronto is one of the top-five convention cities in North America. Rated one of the safest major cities in North America, the relative safety of this major metropolis makes it an inviting atmosphere for visitors and groups, not to mention a convenient one. Just a stone's throw away, 60 percent of the U.S. population is within a 90-minute flight. A city proud of its green accomplishments, Toronto is spearheading the movement for a more environmentally-conscious tourism industry, allowing meeting and convention groups to take advantage of its many eco-friendly facilities. From top notch convention centers (including Canada’s largest) and magnificent hotel properties to the tallest tower in the world, sleek skyscrapers, exclusive clubs, glamorous lounges, a castle in the centre of a city, showcase museums, historic heritage properties, wineries, pastoral islands to a fleet of boats on our beautiful waterfront, Toronto offers an extraordinary selection of inspirational and stimulating meeting venues for your events. With approximately 40,000 hotel rooms, accommodations abound in the Toronto area. From the old-world elegance of the historic inns to large familiar chains to chic boutiques, Toronto runs the gamut when it comes to hotel choices. Several new high-end hotels have now opened in Toronto such as the Four Seasons Hotel Toronto and the Ritz-Carlton; with the Trump International Hotel & Tower Toronto opening soon. With new hotels cropping up across the city, the options are limitless...

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Distance from Airport

  • Toronto Pearson International Airport

    25.75 km from City Center

  • Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport

    3.22 km from City Center

Nearby


Local Attractions

Empress of Canada

Recreation
The Empress of Canada yacht cruises the Toornto Harbour and Island lagoons, offering an evening of cruising, dining and dancing under the stars aboard a luxury cruise ship.
11 Polson Street
Toronto, ON

CN Tower

Recreation
Toronto's CN Tower includes an exciting elevator ride, spectacular views from three obeservation levels - including the glass floor and sky pod - as well as fine and casual dining, an arcade and uniqe Canadian shopping.
301 Front Street West
Toronto, ON, CA M5V 2T6

EcoCab Tours

Recreation
Driven and narrated by your very own City Guide, these unique electric assisted bicycles allow you to see Toornto at your own speed and only visit the attractions you choose.
Everywhere

Air Canada Centre

Recreation
Showcaseing top professional sports and entertainment, the ACC is home to the Toronto Maple Leafs and Toronto Raptors. The ACC also has great shows from top performers.
40 Bay Street
Toronto, ON, CA M5J 2X2

City Sightseeing Toronto

Recreation
With professional and expereinced staff, City Sightseeing Toronto provides hop-on, hop-off Double Decker City Tours (including a free boat tour) and Luxury Niagara Falls Day Tours.
249 Queens Quay West
Toronto, ON, CA M5J 2N5

Hockey Hall of Fame

Museum
The Hockey Hall of Fame has 15 exhibit areas covering 57,000 square feet (5,300 m2). Visitors can view trophies, memorabilia and equipment worn by players during special games. The Esso Great Hall, described as "a Cathedral to the icons of Hockey", contains portraits and biographical information about every Hall of Fame honoured member. The centrepiece of the Great Hall is the Stanley Cup; for part of the year a replica is put on display when the presentation cup travels outside of the Hall of Fame. The original version of the Cup and the older rings, as well as all of the current National Hockey League trophies, are displayed in the bank vault, an alcove off the Great Hall.
30 Yonge Street
Toronto, ON, CA M5E 1X8

Evergreen Brick Works

Recreation
These heritage-designated building have been redeveloped with a sustainability and mix-use agenda. Corporate event and meeting spaces will co-exist with offices, a gourmet cafe, cooking classrooms, a winter skating trail, pavillions and garden backdrop settings.
550 Bayview Avenue
Toronto, ON, CA M4W 3X8

Wild Water Kingdom

Recreation
The kingdom features 16 water slides, a Dolphin Bay water playground, a half-acre wave pool, a quarter-mile lazy river, batting cages, mini-golf, Caribbean Cove and licenses resturants. Open June to September; the 60,000 square-foot Sports Dome is open October to May.
7855 Finch Avenue West
Brampton, ON, CA L6T 0B2