Toronto is a city full of vibrant and exciting neighbourhoods and we are fortunate to be located right in the centre of it all. Check out some of our nearby suggestions to help get your urban adventure started.

 
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The heart of Toronto.

We are located right next to City Hall (Nathan Philips Square) home to the infamous “Toronto” sign and host to countless events and public markets. Throughout the summer, this is where all the action happens.

Looking to do some shopping or grab something to eat? Look no further than Little Tokyo, the Eaton Centre or the trendy shops along Queen St. West.

These attractions are all located within walking distance.

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Chinatown & Kensington Market

Often referred to as the most multi-cultural city in the world, Toronto’s Chinatown and Kensington Market shows true to this label. Head north west and you’ll find yourself in a vibrant sea of dim sum restaurants, vintage apparel stores, cozy coffee shops and fresh produce markets.

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The Financial & Entertainment District

A combination of both business and pleasure, these districts play host to some of the most recognizable establishments that call Toronto home, including: Union Station, Roger’s Centre, CN Tower, Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Roy Thompson Hall, Royal Alexandra Theatre, Princess of Wales Theatre, Ed Mirvish Theatre, Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, & restaurants.


Getting Around (Transportation)

Looking for more?

Check out these go-to publications to learn more about the city and upcoming events: