Looking for something to do in Toronto?
Our concierge team has lots of great suggestions for visits, activities and places to go for a fun time, day or night.
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Expect the unexpected with creative cocktails and a unique combination of flavours from our seasonal menu.
Let yourself be tempted by our breakfast options to start the day off right.
Enjoy chef Johnson Wu's famous dishes out on the patio in a summery and refreshing ambiance.
Room service is offered every day from Bar Le Germain. The menu consist of light evening meal of scrumptious tapas-style dishes inspired by a mix of Canadian and world cuisine.
Our fitness room is always open and available for your workout needs.
Home to the Toronto Maple Leaf, NBA’s Toronto Raptors and the NLL’s Toronto Rock, the Scotiabank Arena is located right behind the hotel. Very convenient for your next evening out in Toronto!
Only an 11 minute walk from our hotel, this museum dedicated to Canada's national sport features a collection of equipment from the greatest players in NHL history.
Visit Ripley's Aquarium and immerse yourself in a world of 20000 aquatic animals and discover your own underwater adventure at Ripley's Aquarium of Canada!
The Distillery District is a vibrant, historic area located east of downtown Toronto. Its streets are lined with cafés, restaurants, and shops housed within the heritage buildings of the former Gooderham and Worts Distillery.
The Art Gallery of Ontario has over 80,000 works and traveling exhibitions. Closed on Mondays.
Yorkville is Toronto's center of culture, art and style with its upscale boutiques, gourmet restaurants, numerous art galleries and a few most-visit blocks.
Recently voted the second coolest neighbourhood in the world by Vogue magazine, Queen Street West features the big names of fashion as well as a mix of retro, vintage and bohemian boutiques.
The Rogers Centre, located a few steps away from our hotel, is home to numerous sports events. It is also the home of the famous Blue Jays baseball team.
Discover spectacular views from the LookOut Level at 346 m (1,136 ft.). If you love thrills, the Edge Walk attraction is for you.
St. Lawrence Market is one of Toronto's oldest buildings, and home to 120 vendors, merchants and artisans. The market is closed on Sundays and Mondays.
A warm welcome and refined surroundings await guests at the inspiringly reinvented Victor Restaurant and Bar. Exciting all-new design, décor and menu offerings and cozy/chic bar, are ready to delight your every sense.
A project from Carl Heinrich, winner of Top Chef Canada Season 2, this gastronomic destination features a menu of fresh dishes prepared with passion.
A stylish restaurant with exceptional views from the 54th floor, proudly serving inventive Canadian cuisine.
This rooftop restaurant offers breathtaking views of the city from its large glass windows and inviting terrace. On the menu, simple dishes best described as contemporary North American cuisine.
Woods is a rustic-chic restaurant with exposed brick walls serving Canadian dishes made with local and seasonal ingredients in the Old Town neighbourhood.
Enjoy sipping your cocktail with a myriad of flavours while listening to music ranging from jazz to more recent tunes, as the smell of fresh herbs and spices fill the air.
Bar Hop is an intimate, happening tavern serving a large variety of craft & bottled beers and ciders, plus upscale bar chow.
East Thirty-Six serves a wide range of creative cocktails. The team behind the bar want the uniqueness of each cocktail to create a memorable experience for their clients.