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Toronto Marriott City Centre Hotel

One Blue Jays Way · Toronto, Ontario M5V 1J4 Canada

Local Area Attractions

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The Toronto Marriott City Centre Hotel, located in the heart of Toronto, offers an abundance of exciting attractions just minutes from our doorstep. From world-class shopping and cultural attractions, to family-friendly activities, the city is yours to discover!


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Family Attractions

Toronto Marriott City Centre Hotel is located next to the world-famous CN Tower, and new Ripley's Aquarium, Canada's largest indoor aquarium.  Also nearby is the Hockey Hall of Fame, featuring an unrivalled collection of hockey memorabilia.  By taking a short ferry ride from downtown, the whole family will enjoy escaping to Toronto's Centre Island and Centreville Amusement Park.


CN Tower

Ripley's Aquarium

Hockey Hall of Fame

Centre Island

Centreville Amusement Park

Rogers Centre Tour Experience

Round House Park (Train Museum)

Theatre & Arts

Toronto is home to some of the world's top theatre companies, many of which are only a short stroll away.  Enjoy a variety of theatre productions at The Princess of Wales Theatre, Royal Alexandra Theatre, Ed Mirvish Theatre and the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts.  Also enjoy productions at Roy Thomson Hall and for art enthusiasts, visit the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO).


The Princess of Wales Theatre

Royal Alexandra Theatre
Ed Mirvish Theatre
Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
Roy Thomson Hall


Molson Amphitheatre

World-Class Shopping

You won't have to travel far from the hotel to find fabulous shopping.  The Toronto Eaton Centre is only minutes away and is one of Canada's premier shopping destinations.


Also nearby is the funky Queen Street West shopping area, offering unique boutiques, restaurants and cafes.


For your shopping convenience, guests can use the PATH, Toronto's underground and indoor shopping network.

Cultural Experiences

As one of North America's most multicultural cities, Toronto offers many unique experiences for those seeking cultural enrichment. Visit Toronto's Chinatown, Little Italy/College Street, or Greektown for delicious ethnic food and shopping. Or, check out the Distillery District, home to Toronto's hottest designer boutiques, artisan shops and cafes. If you're a foodie, you'll love visiting Kensington Market or St. Lawrence Market for fresh, local fare.



Little Italy


Distillery District

Kensington Market

St. Lawrence Market

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