InterContinental Toronto Centre
225 Front Street, Toronto, ON M5V 2X3
Experience the vibrant energy of downtown Toronto, when you stay at the 4-diamond InterContinental® Toronto Centre Hotel. Located just steps away from popular attractions like the CN Tower, the Air Canada Centre, and the Rogers Centre, this upscale hotel offers the perfect combination of contemporary elegance, luxurious comfort, and modern convenience right here in the heart of the city.
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After an invigorating day at The MoneyShow Toronto, you'll rest well at the InterContinental Toronto Centre. Relax with superior in-room amenities such as plush beds with luxury duvet and crisp linens, 42-inch televisions, Keurig coffee makers, cozy bathrobes, and a host of other features all designed to ensure a comfortable stay in downtown Toronto.
Discounted room rates: $339* single/double
Our room block is very limited! Reservations are first-come, first-served.
*17% tax added to room rates. Deposit of one night's room and tax via credit card required upon reservation. Cancellations must be received 72 hours prior to arrival for full refund. $75 per room per night early-departure fee will apply unless the hotel is advised of earlier check-out date during check-in. Rate quoted in Canadian dollars on a per room, per night basis.
Standing at 1,815 feet tall and designated as one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World, this engineering marvel is not only a top-notch dining and entertainment venue, it’s a Canadian icon and an enduring symbol of Toronto.
Hockey Hall of Fame
Featuring the most elaborate collection of hockey memorabilia, as well as interactive games, multimedia stations, exhibits on the game’s greatest players, and the Stanley Cup, one of the most coveted prizes in professional sports.
Built as a private home by Canadian financier Sir Henry Pellatt in 1914, this majestic castle-in-the-city features elegant rooms, secret passageways, sweeping staircases, stables, and lush gardens.
The Distillery Historic District
Recognized as a National Historic Site, this was Toronto’s first distillery—which produced almost half of Ontario’s total spirit production in 1871—and is now home to boutiques, art galleries and restaurants.
St. Lawrence Market
Great picnic fare and edible souvenirs can be discovered at The St. Lawrence Market, ranked by National Geographic, as the world’s best food market.