Explore the City
Our hotel is located near a variety of premier Toronto attractions, including performing arts venues, family-friendly activities and stellar shopping areas. Located between highways 427 and 401, our hotel offers easy access to practicalities like Toronto Pearson International Airport and leisure destinations like Woodbine Shopping Centre.
Top 10 Things to Do Around Our Hotel Near Downtown Toronto
Woodbine Racetrack and Casino (3.7 km)
This historic racetrack-and-casino combination offers the perfect place to unwind and catch a few thoroughbred races. Through the years, the track has hosted a number of important events, including the 1996 Breeders’ Cup and the 1988 Arlington Million, and it currently houses the Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame.
Woodbine Centre (4.2 Km)
With more than 130 stores, Woodbine Centre is one of the top shopping malls in Canada. Department stores such as Sears ant The Bay are among many highlights at the indoor mall, which showcases a wide range of local and global retailers.
Centennial Park (5.9 km)
Enjoy the fresh air and explore the great outdoors at Centennial Park, a multifaceted park with a variety of sports facilities, seven acres of marshlands, an 11-acre pond, and many picnic areas. The park – on Toronto’s western border – will host parts of the Pan American Games in 2015.
Sherway Gardens (11.1 km)
This upscale indoor shopping mall boasts 215 stores, including leading retailers like the Apple Store, The Bay, Hollister and Victoria’s Secret. The mall – which has been renovated and expanded since its inception in 1975 – will soon be the home of Nordstrom.
University of Toronto (18.1 km)
This university – with more than 30,000 students enrolled – boasts a beautiful campus in the heart of the bustling city. Take a walk across the verdant grounds and enjoy the architecture, which is defined by a combination of Romanesque and Gothic Revival styles.
Rogers Centre (18.8 km)
Located in the heart of Downtown Toronto, the Rogers Centre is home to the Toronto Blue Jays baseball team and the Toronto Argonauts football team, along with numerous special events. The massive stadium, which features a retractable roof, is one of the most recognizable landmarks in the city.
CN Tower (19 km)
Standing tall amongst the skyscrapers of Downtown Toronto, the CN Tower is one of the world’s tallest free-standing structures – it actually held the title for 34 years until 2010. The tower is one of the modern Seven Wonders of the World. In addition to its use as a stunning vantage point and observation deck, it is a functional radio and TV tower.
Air Canada Centre (20 km)
Home to the NBA’s Toronto Raptors and the NHL’s Toronto Maple Leafs, among other teams, the Air Canada Centre is one of the busiest arenas in the entire world. The centre was opened in 1999, and has since hosted concerts by Lady Gaga, Roger Waters, Pearl Jam and Madonna, to name a few.
Harbourfront (20.2 km)
Toronto’s Harbourfront neighborhood is a mixed-use area filled with parks, restaurants, nightlife and entertainment options. The area is separated from Downtown Toronto by a highway, lending it a placid feel and providing a peaceful place from which to view the skyline.
Canada’s Wonderland (21.1 km)
This 330-acre theme park offers an array of roller coasters and water slides (must be > 48” to ride). Located in the northern Toronto suburb of Vaughan – just a short drive from our hotel – the park is the most visited seasonal theme park in North America and the most popular of the Cedar Fair chain.