Park Hyatt Toronto "Reopening EARLY 2020"

Toronto, ON Luxury hotel
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ChainHyatt Hotels
Park Hyatt
BuiltReopening early 2020
Total meeting space1,203 sq. m
Guest rooms219
4 Avenue Road
Toronto, ON M5R 2E8

Park Hyatt Toronto "Reopening EARLY 2020"

Toronto, ON Luxury hotel
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Room features and guest services

  • Concierge services
  • Internet access
  • Room service
  • View (Urban)


  • Onsite catering
  • Onsite gift shop
  • Onsite restaurant
  • Onsite security
  • Pet friendly

Business services

  • AV capabilities
  • Business center
  • Video conference
  • VIP services

Recreational activities

  • Health club
  • Spa or salon

Venue accessible by

  • Subway
  • Taxi


  • Dance floor
  • Staging area

Photo gallery

Meeting space

Total meeting space1,203 sq. m
Meeting rooms10
Largest room580 sq. m
Second largest room197 sq. m

Guest rooms

Total guest rooms219
Single (One bed)181
Double (Two beds)35
Tax rate13%
Occupancy rate4%


Local Attractions

Yorkville Shopping

1 block away
Cross over into the world of Bloor-Yorkville - the ultimate fusion of historic charm and modern seduction. We are Toronto's most celebrated neighbourhood of style and culture offering a unique blend of designer boutiques, fashionable restaurants, plush hotels and world class galleries... 700 in all!

Art Gallery of Ontario

3 km away
Formerly known as the Art Museum of Toronto, the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) houses a collection of more than 80,000 objects of art. Works are presented in distinct exhibitions including photography, prints and drawings, modern and contemporary art, European paintings and sculpture, and Canadian, African and Oceanic collections. AGO is one of the largest art museums in North America.
317 Dundas Street West
Toronto, ON, CA M5T 1G4

Yorkville Village

1 km away
Yorkville Village, where you’ll discover an entirely new shopping, dining and lifestyle experience in the heart of Bloor-Yorkville, Toronto’s luxury shopping district. Explore our diverse and distinguished selection of unique stores in a vibrant and contemporary space.

Toronto Theatre District

2 mi. away
Mirvish Productions owns and operates four magnificent theatres in downtown Toronto - the Royal Alexandra, the Princess of Wales, the Ed Mirvish and the CAA (formerly the Panasonic) - each offering its patrons a unique theatre-going experience. Explore each of our venues by clicking on the view details link below. If you'd like any further information about any of our facilities, call TicketKing at 416.872.1212 or toll-free at 1.800.461.3333. You may also email any questions to
King Street
Theatre District
Toronto, ON, CA

Royal Ontario Museum

0 mi. away
Located across from Park Hyatt Toronto Yorkville, the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) is the largest museum of its kind in Canada and among the largest museums in North America. The museum features dozens of exhibits dedicated to world cultures and natural history, public education programs, remarkable architecture, hands-on galleries, and interesting traveling exhibitions. See for yourself why the ROM is one of the most beloved museums of Toronto.
100 Queen’s Park
Toronto, ON, CA M5S 2C6

Eataly Toronto

2 km away
Eataly is opening its very first Toronto location some time in 2019. The Italian food palace will occupy a 50,000 square foot space in the Manulife Centre - a Yorkville-area building that's slated to undergo a massive renovation before Eataly moves in. The incoming store will feature sit-down restaurants, casual eateries and a multifaceted marketplace. And for its Canadian expansion (yes, the Toronto outpost will be its first Canadian location)

Distillery District

8 km away
Nearly 10 years ago a small group of visionary developers had a dream for Toronto. They looked at a derelict collection of Victorian Industrial buildings that had been pronounced a national historic site and imagined transforming it. Not into another “historic district” or “pioneer village” but into something exciting and unique. Something the city would be proud of. They wanted to create a place that would excite and inspire the senses. Where people could experience new ideas, new foods, new designs and new ways of living and working. “Our vision was to combine the romance and relaxing atmosphere of European walking and patio districts with the hip, cool dynamic of an area like New York City’s SoHo or Chelsea, where creative minds get together and you feel as if anything could happen.” Their dream was to provide a place where creativity would flourish and passion would be aroused – where artists, artisans, entrepreneurs and businesspeople could rub shoulders and inspire each other. So they began plans to restore the 47 buildings known as the Gooderham & Worts Distillery. They harnessed the talent of hundreds of tradesmen and craftsmen who were skilled in working with 19th century timber, planks, stone and brick. They went to great lengths in the restoration process to repurpose original materials and brilliantly blend them with today’s modern materials and green technologies. The result is nothing short of perfection. As the Toronto Star says: “To enter The Distillery is to step back into an era of horse-drawn carts, windmills and sailing ships”. One can only marvel at the authentic exterior restoration that was achieved. But it is when you step inside the buildings that you truly realize the magnitude of what was accomplished. What you will find is a dramatic fusion of old and new. An inspired blend of Victorian Industrial architecture and stunning 21st century design and creativity. The result is an internationally acclaimed village of one-of-a-kind stores, shops, galleries, studios, restaurants, cafes, theatres and more. The Distillery Historic District opened in 2003 and today it is widely regarded as Canada’s premier arts, culture and entertainment destination. A place brimming with creativity and creative people, that can inspire dreams, and a place that can help them come true.
9 Trinity Street, Suite 200
Toronto, ON, CA M5A 3C4

CN Tower

4 km away
Defining the Toronto skyline at 553.33m (1,815ft 5in), the CN Tower is Canada’s most recognizable and celebrated icon. The CN Tower is an internationally renowned architectural triumph, an engineering Wonder of the Modern World, world-class entertainment and dining destination and a must see for anyone visiting Toronto. Each year, over 1.5 million people visit Canada’s National Tower to take in the breathtaking views and enjoy all the CN Tower has to offer.
301 Front Street
Toronto, ON, CA

Getting here

BY CAR Bloor Street and Yonge street are major Toronto streets that intersect in Bloor-Yorkville. If travelling from the north, east or west, take Hwy. 401 to Yonge Street or Avenue Road, and go south to Bloor. Or, take Hwy. 401 to the Don Valley Parkway. Travel south to the Bloor/Bayview exit and travel west along Bloor Street. If traveling from the south, take the Gardiner Expressway to Bay Street, Yonge Street, or York/University Avenue and continue north to Bloor Street. BY AIR From Billy Bishop Airport on Toronto Island, you can take a taxi to Bloor-Yorkville or take the shuttle to Union Station and enter the Toronto Transit System (TTC) either train on the Yonge/University Line #1 will bring you to the Bloor-Yorkville Area. St. George train will bring you to the far west end of the neighbourhood, while the train to Bloor will bring you to the intersection of Yonge and Bloor. Use this link to view all travel options from Billy Bishop Airport From Toronto Pearson International Airport, you can take an airport limousine, easily accessed from the Arrivals level of either Terminal #1 or #3 or The UPExpress train will take you to the Bloor GO station, where you can exit the GO station and walk 3 minutes into the Dundas West (TTC) subway station and take Line #2 eastbound to St. George, Bay or Yonge stations. Use this link to view all travel options from Pearson:


  • Valet parking

Distance from airport

  • 27 km from venue


Park Hyatt Toronto, is in renovations, temporarily suspending all hotel operations as we undergo an exciting evolution and transformation culminating in the debut of a spectacularly reinvented Park Hyatt Toronto EARLY 2020. This expansive renovation and the hotel’s design plans include a significant reconstruction, resulting in a re-invented Park Hyatt luxury hotel with 219 guestrooms and suites, a new ballroom, meeting and event space and restaurant, as well as a fully refurbished spa and roof lounge. The new design incorporates all of Park Hyatt amenities and services offered today.


High season
Sep 1 – Oct 31
Jun 30 – Aug 29
Shoulder season
Apr 1 – Apr 30
Low season
Jan 1 – Mar 31
Dec 1 – Dec 30

Cancellation policy

CANCELLATION OPTION Either Hotel or Group may cancel this Agreement without cause upon written notice to the other party at any time prior to the Event. In the event Group cancels without cause, Group shall pay Hotel liquidated damages in an amount calculated according to the table below (the "Cancellation Charges"), plus applicable taxes. Applicable Services Charges will be added to the Cancellation Charges when cancellation occurs sixty (60) days or less prior to the first date of the Event. Payment of the Cancellation Charges shall be made by Group to Hotel at the time this Agreement is canceled by written notice. Hotel and Group agree that: (a) the damages suffered by Hotel in the event that Group cancels without cause are difficult to calculate; (b) the above formula is a reasonable estimate of such damages; and (c) the Cancellation Charges do not constitute a penalty.

Facility restrictions

Park Hyatt is in renovations currently closed reopening EARLY 2020 with new guestrooms, event space and public facilities. Please consider our new Park Hyatt for 2020 and future programs.

Additional information

Cross over into the world of Bloor-Yorkville – the ultimate fusion of historic charm and modern seduction. We are Toronto’s most celebrated neighbourhood of style and culture offering a unique blend of designer boutiques , fashionable restaurants, plush hotels and world class galleries…700 in all! The Bloor-Yorkville area is also the cultural corridor with the Royal Ontario Museum, Royal Conservatory of Music and many galleries and space to explore all at the door step of the Park Hyatt Toronto.


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