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InterContinental Toronto Centre
At a Glance
- atypical convention hotel
- bright and airy lobby restaurant
- no shopping nearby
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InterContinental Toronto Centre Review
Attached to the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, this large but unassuming hotel is a good bet for visiting businesspeople, but leisure travelers can also find deals on weekends or during slow periods. It's also less than a five-minute walk to the stellar live theater and restaurants on King Street West. The hotel has an excellent day spa, a very good restaurant (Azure), and a quiet elegance—even when full. Former prime minister of Canada Jean Chretien favored this hotel for its efficient security measures and businesslike but less-than-ostentatious atmosphere. Room decor is fresh and modern, with clean-lined furniture and linens in calm, neutral colors.
- Address: 225 Front St. W, west of University Ave. Entertainment District, Toronto, ON M5V 2X3 | Map It
- Phone: 416/597–1400; 800/422–7969
- Website: www.torontocentre.intercontinental.com
- Metro Union.
- Location: Entertainment District
- 440 rooms, 136 suites.
- Rate includes no meals.
- Credit cards accepted.
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