The Best Things To Do In Toronto

Discover the energy and spirit of Toronto, one of Canada's most captivating cities. Located in the downtown Entertainment District, our hotel is within walking distance of trendy shopping and dining, museums, theatres, concerts and attractions. See the Toronto Maple Leafs play at the Air Canada Centre, enjoy sweeping views from the top of the CN Tower, and take the kids to Ripley's Aquarium Canada.

CN Tower in Toronto

Ride to the top of the sky and soak in jaw-dropping views of Toronto when you visit this iconic tower, Toronto's best-known landmark. Discover unique attractions including a rotating restaurant, see-through floor, thrill rides, 3-D movies and more.

Ripley's Aquarium Canada

Submerge yourself in an underwater world and learn about the many amazing creatures that inhabit the lakes and seas of Canada and the world. This newly opened aquarium offers nine different galleries of sea life exhibits.

Rogers Centre

Cheer on the Toronto Blue Jays Major League Baseball team at this downtown stadium, which features a fully retractable roof. You’ll also find ice skating exhibitions, extreme sports competitions, family shows and other events year-round.

Scotiabank Arena

Witness a professional sports game or music concert at the country's premier venue. Tons of special events take place at this top-shelf arena, which is also home to the Toronto Maple Leafs NHL team, Toronto Raptors basketball team and Toronto Rock lacrosse team.

Metro Toronto Convention Center

Find consumer trade shows, national competitions and global summits at this modern facility in downtown Toronto. The venue also hosts religious events, festivals and a variety of performances and special events.

Eaton Centre

Visit this major indoor shopping mall to discover one of the most popular Toronto attractions. Home to over 230 retailers, this multi-level complex offers a vibrant atmosphere, global brands and numerous dining outlets.

Princess of Wales Theatre

Experience a large-scale, internationally touring musical performance at this purpose-built theatre in downtown Toronto. Located in the Entertainment District, this fully accessible theatre features a huge series of murals.

Royal Ontario Museum

Explore an amazing collection of exhibits at this museum of natural history and world culture. See dinosaurs, meteorites and fossils along with paintings, decorative objects and other artwork from around the world.

St. Lawrence Market

Shop at one of the world's best food markets for gourmet items, fresh produces, artisan wares and local crafts. You'll also find antiques and other treasures at this popular market, which also hosts cooking classes and demonstrations.

Roy Thompson Hall

Attend exciting performances of jazz, classical music, rock, comedy and more at this legendary downtown concert hall, which features a curved glass exterior and is one of the main venues for the Toronto International Film Festival.