4.5
Very Good 1759 Reviews
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What We Love

  • Easy access to Yorkville’s boutiques, restaurants and art galleries
  • Starting the day with laps in the hotel’s indoor pool
  • The SkyLounge patio serves cocktails and tapas dishes

What To Know

  • Choose from an impressive selection of vodkas at the Proof bar
  • In-room WiFi costs extra for non-IHG Rewards members
  • Pets are permitted for a fee

Amenities

  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
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Classic Resort Bedroom property Suite hardwood cottage bed sheet

Overview

Stylish sleep surrounded by Yorkville’s boutiques and galleries, with an indoor pool, a pair of buzzy bars and award-winning food

The Lowdown

Well positioned in Toronto’s upscale Yorkville neighborhood, the InterContinental features large modern rooms with city views, marble bathrobes and comfy beds. Suites feature sitting areas and iPod docking stations. Start the day with a workout at the well-equipped gym, which includes an indoor lap pool with skylights and a sauna. When hunger strikes, head to the hotel’s award-winning Signatures restaurant, where breakfast, lunch and dinner are served in the main dining room or the bistro-style lower level. In warmer weather go for an alfresco drink at the SkyLounge patio, a local favorite thanks to its comfy loungers and Mediterranean-inspired tapas dishes served steps from the buzz of Bloor Street. Or have a cocktail at the sleek spot Proof, which offers a long list of vodkas and music provided by DJs.

In the Area

There’s plenty to keep visitors busy within steps of the hotel’s lobby. Shop the luxe boutiques and browse the art galleries in Bloor-Yorkville and stop for lunch at French-Canadian restaurant Sassafraz, where diners should be sure to order the Canadian cheese plate. Shoppers will also want to hit the nearby Distillery District, a pedestrian-only neighborhood with Victorian-era buildings and more than 70 cultural and retail businesses, art galleries and performance spaces. Save time to visit the Royal Ontario Museum, with its striking glass exterior and more than 40 galleries spanning such subjects as art, archaeology and natural science.

How to Get There

InterContinental Toronto Yorkville
220 Bloor Street West
Toronto, M5S 1T8 Canada

Reviews

4.5 Very Good 1759 Reviews
Home away from home!
Reviewed 5 days ago

What a pleasure to spend a night at this lovely hotel! The rooms are being upgraded and the beds much improved. Thank you to Rolf and his staff for being so welcoming and helpful. Customer service is exceptional here, and once you have experienced it, you will be back time and time again. This hotel sets the standards for IHG hotels. The price is reasonable given the quality. You won't be sorry you chose this one!

Great service in the heart of Yorkville
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The InterContinental offers clean rooms, a relaxing and trendy bar, a well-stocked workout room, and exceptional customer service. It is close to the ROM, Queen's Park, and shopping and nightlife in Yorkville

Newly renovated rooms
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Our favorite hotel has been renovating this year and the result is both updated and very comfortable. You will feel at home thanks to attentive staff at all level. Don’t miss trying our the Signature restaurant, it never disappoint. Will be back soon....

When things dont go quite right - they Fix it - Thank you Rof
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Great Suite 461 - worth the upgrade - cant beat the location. Gave us an fridge when our did not work and paid for the food that spoiled

Parking is easy in if you self park inexpensive just round the back

A quiet hotel near enough to downtown
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I stayed one night at the Intercontinental hotel in Yorkville. It is a very good hotel, quiet and comfortable. It is convenient for meetings in the north end of Toronto which does not have many hotels. The breakfast service was slow and no buffet breakfast is offered.