Toronto CN Tower Observation Deck
Toronto, Ontario Hotel near CN Tower -The CN Tower is an impressive Toronto landmark, located adjacent to the InterContinental Toronto Centre on Front Street. Soaring 1,815 feet into the sky, the CN Tower is the second tallest free-standing structure in the world, and serves as the city's vital telecommunications center. Enjoy world-class dining at the 360 revolving restaurant, discover breathtaking skyline views from various observation decks, or get inspired by the top of the hour light show, which illuminates the downtown harbour skyline and shimmering night sky. The friendly concierge at the InterContinental Toronto Centre conveniently provides all the information you need to visit this exceptional architectural wonder.
Dining at the CN Tower -Satiate your appetite at the famous CN Tower. Three world-class dining experiences offer everything from fine dining to casual café-style meals. 360 Restaurant is a revolving restaurant and is consistently ranked among the best in Toronto. Discover an award-winning wine list with over 500 labels, market-fresh cuisine, and exceptional views of the Toronto skyline. Located on the Look Out Level, Horizon's is a casual bistro that dishes up everything from soups and salads to grilled meats, fish, and pasta. Pick up a freshly brewed coffee, specialty espresso beverage or light fare at the Far Coast Cafe.
Toronto CN Tower Facts -Toronto's crown jewel, the CN Tower, was built in 1976 by the Canadian National Railway. Standing at 1,815 feet, the CN Tower today is considered one of the tallest free-standing structures in the world. In 1995, the American Society of Civil Engineers designated the CN Tower as one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World, a distinction shared with such landmarks as the Empire State Building, Panama Canal and Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. The CN Tower features 2,579 steps, 1,776 of which are opened to the public twice a year for special events. An estimated 2 million people visit the CN Tower
For more information on the CN Tower, visit www.cntower.ca.