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Sherine Sutherland
CONCIERGE GUIDE

Sherine Sutherland

Chef Concierge 14165978115

Welcome To Toronto

On behalf of the Concierge team, welcome you to the InterContinental Toronto Centre! Here you are guaranteed outstanding hospitality and excellent service. Please contact a member of the team for ideas on how to make your stay in Toronto a truly memorable one!

The InterContinental® Toronto Centre is designed to fulfill every need of the global traveler. Our 4-diamond hotel brings together affordable luxury, ideal location, state-of-the-art technology, meeting facilities and personalized customer service. The hotel features 586 spacious guestroom and suites, exclusive Club InterContinental floors, exceptional Azure Restaurant & Bar and the Spa InterContinental, an AVEDA concept spa. Located on Front Street and connected to the Metro Toronto Convention

LOCAL ESSENTIALS

LOCAL
RECOMMENDATIONS

THE PERFECT DAY

MORNING

Start with a leisurely stroll along Front Street, heading into old Toronto and The Flatiron Building which is the city's second most photographed building. From there head to the St Lawrence Market and stop at Paddington's for a quick bite. This establishment has been serving its famous peameal bacon sandwich for 25 years. Browse the eclectic range of stalls before heading upstairs to the Market Gallery to see a historical photographic exhibition from the City of Toronto Archives. Round off your tour by walking east to the Distillery District. Founded in 1832, the 40-plus buildings constitute the largest and best-preserved collection of Victorian industrial architecture in North America. It is Toronto's first pedestrian-only village and home to good stores, chic boutiques, great restaurants, internationally acclaimed galleries and theatres.

AFTERNOON

On a good day nothing beats taking a long walk down Toronto’s most interesting boulevard, wonderful Queen Street West. Bring your appetite and wallet because, much like New York’s famed SOHO district, this hip neighborhood is a haven for trendy boutiques showcasing urban design & fashion, acclaimed restaurants serving global cuisine, contemporary art galleries, as well as cutting edge bars and live music venues. After living it up in up-to-the-minute Queen West, why not take an educational and enlightening trip to the famed Art Gallery of Ontario. Newly redesigned by world renowned architect Frank Gehry (his first in Canada), the AGO is one of North America’s top public art museums featuring a collection spanning over 1000 years of Canadian and International Masters. It also showcases a number of galleries for contemporary art, photography and much more.

EVENING

Have dinner at Fifth in the heart of the entertainment district. Let the host guide you into the freight elevator which takes you to the restaurant from the lounge on the main floor. Enjoy the open-kitchen outdoor patio among the city's rooftops or dine indoors for an equally romantic experience. After dinner, burn off excess energy at The Reservoir Lounge with live music and dancing to jazz and swing. Later, if you're looking for something a little quieter to end the day, stop for a nightcap at the Horizons Café located at the top of the CN Tower: order a Dark Chocolate Tower and enjoy the truly spectacular night-time view.

INSIDER TIPS

LOCAL CULTURE

SHOPPING

Shops are open every day of the week but do close early on Sundays through to Wednesday at approximately 6pm. Malls remain open Monday to Friday until 9pm.


TIPPING AT RESTAURANTS

Tipping is expected in most restaurants in Toronto. It is usual to tip about 15 per cent of the total bill.


TIPPING TAXIS

It is common practice to tip a cab driver. Either round up the amount to the next dollar or tip $1-$2.


Weather

The weather in Toronto is quite hot and humid in the summer but can get cold in the winter. Please call ahead for weather information and pack accordingly. To convert from Celsius to Fahrenheit, multiply the Celsius by two and add 31.


DID YOU KNOW ?

Centre Island located a few blocks from the hotel

Now primarily a city park, it was once the home of 10,000 residents. The main avenue, now a garden and pond display, was once the busy centre of town with hotels, shops and a church.


CN Tower

Just celebrated 50 years as one of our nation's icons. The glass floor is found in the main section of the observation area, but there are two other floors to visit and a fine-dining restaurant.


Festivals and events

It is hard to visit Toronto and not discover a special event or festival on any given weekend. Please see the concierge for details or call ahead for some ideas.


The PATH

To sight see in weatherproof comfort. The PATH is Toronto's underground walkway, linking 27 kilometres (16 miles) of shopping, services and entertainment.


Yonge Street

Named one of the longest streets in the world, Yonge Street starts in Toronto and ends in Rainy River. It is over 1,900 kilometres long.


WHAT TO PACK

A light sweater or wrap April to Oct Nov to March winter coat

Most of Toronto's buildings are well-heated in the winter and well air-conditioned in the summer. Bring a light sweater or shawl with you to take to the theatre or restaurants.


Camera

Don't forget your camera: there will be a lot of snapping going on.


Canadian currency

It is recommended that you exchange at least some money - just enough to cover airport incidentals and transportation to the hotel - before you leave home, so you can avoid the queues at the airport ATMs.


Cell phone charger and computer cables

Cell phone and Blackberry chargers, camera cables and power cables for your laptop.


Comfortable walking shoes

The best way to see our beautiful city is by walking. Make sure you pack a pair of comfortable shoes.


InterContinental Toronto Centre

  • 225 Front Street West
  • Toronto , ON , M5V2X3
  • Canada
  • Front Desk +1-416-5971400

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Languages spoken by staff

Arabic, Czech, German, Greek, English, Spanish, French, Hindi, Croatian, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Dutch , Punjabi, Polish, Portuguese, Slovak, Serbian, Swahili, Tagalog, Turkish, Chinese

Pet Policy

Pets under 50 pounds are allowed but cannot be left unattended in guestrooms and must be kept on a leash in common areas. There is 50.00 one time deep cleaning fee. Guide dogs are always welcome and exempt of charges and restrictions.
Pet Deposit $50.00 per stay
Pet Fee $50.00 per night
  • Local Time

    3:04 AM
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      3:00 PM
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      12:00 PM Late Check out Available

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    • Canadian Dollar $ (CAD)

    Accessibility

    • Service animals allowed
    • 7 Room(s) with Accessibility Standards
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