InterContinental Toronto Centre
What We Love
- Convenient location steps from popular attractions like the CN Tower and the Rogers Centre
- The seasonal, modern Canadian cuisine at Azure Restaurant
- Swimming laps in the bright and airy indoor pool
What To Know
- Lots of business travelers thanks to over 18,000 square feet of meeting space
- Pets are welcome for a fee
- WiFi costs $13.95 per night
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Located on Front Street in the midst of downtown Toronto, the InterContinental seamlessly mixes business and pleasure — over 18,000 square feet of meeting space make it popular for travelers in town for work, while topnotch amenities like the full service spa with a solarium and indoor pool make a visit feel like a vacation. Guestrooms include mod cons like Keurig coffee makers and flatscreen TVs, plus large windows offering views of downtown Toronto. When hunger strikes, head to Azure Restaurant where seasonal, Canadian cuisine is served for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and is available for room service 24/7.
In the Area
The concierge recommends starting the day with a stroll along Front Street, past the city’s famous Flatiron Building and on to the over 200-year-old St. Lawrence Market to browse its fresh produce, food and flower stalls. Pop into Paddington’s Pump for breakfast—the longtime local favorite is known for its peameal bacon sandwich, a Toronto staple. Next, head to Queen Street West, a trendy neighborhood known for its design and fashion boutiques, as well as of-the-moment bars and live music venues. Continue on to the Frank Gehry-designed Art Gallery of Toronto where over 1000 years of Canadian and international art are housed. End the day with dinner at French-inspired steakhouse The Fifth, featuring striking views of the city from the restaurant’s outdoor patio.
How to Get There
Nice hotel but very overpriced. This place is close to everything in downtown Toronto. I had a room with a view of CN Tower, Rogers Center and overlooking the aquarium.
While there for a conference, I was part of a large group. With a group in my room at 9:45 security came by. By no means were we partying or rambunctious but they still had the room cleared. A little bit to tight for security seeing that there were only 3 rooms on my floor occupied. I guess those guys were just looking for something to do to keep busy.
Room was very nice and clean. Not worth $400 though. The restaurant ... crazy expensive!. $30 for juice, coffee, fruit and yogurt
We stayed here a week ago. It's in a great location in Toronto right by the CN tower and aquarium. The train from the airport drops you off right next to the hotel.
The breakfast buffet is awesome (smoked salmon, omelette bar, good stuff on the menu too).
We had a problem with a drunk group making noise across the hall in the middle of the night and I think this is unusual for this hotel and was probably unlucky. In any case the hotel was very generous in their recompense and I appreciated that very much.
Also the rooms are very clean and up to expectations. I wouldn't say they are extra fancy or boutique like - but they are clean and housekeeping did an excellent job as well.
I'd definitely happily stay here again.
We stayed at this beautiful hotel on the club level. Located next to the CN tower and the Rogers Center, you can get a better location. The staff were amazing and friendly. The club was nice touch. Tea time in the afternoon, hors d'oeuvres from 5 to 7pm and continental breakfast. The nice lounge area, the beautiful room and everything else was perfect. Worth every penny to stay on the club level. We will be back for sure!
For an older property this hotel is well maintained. You need your key card for elevator access which I appreciate. I like that you can't hear street noise or the trains (unlike the nearby newly built Delta where you hear trains).
The junior suite includes a small sitting area with a sofa. The room was spacious, clean and the bed comfortable. The tub shows its age but it's clean, great water pressure.
There was a problem when we checked in so they gave us complimentary breakfast which is a buffet with fairly good selection for hot and cold foods.
If you're attending anything at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre it's a plus that you don't have to go outside. We parked at the MTCC, parking rates consistent with other city lots.
Very nice hotel at central location , the rooms are big and well equipted (like nespresso machine in the room). The view (at least from my 23 floor) as also great . Room service and cleaness were also awsome. The parking is really expensive though and not sure about the free wifi (how good is it) because I didn't use the free one. I really enjoyed my stay there .