It is with great pride that my team and I warmly welcome you to beautiful Toronto. We are here to assist your every need and look forward to making your visit with us at InterContinental Toronto a most memorable experience.
Rediscover the elegance of simplicity at InterContinental Toronto Yorkville, renowned among top Toronto hotel accommodations for our contemporary style and uniquely personal touch. Offering an unparalleled location among downtown Toronto hotels, within minutes of fabulous museums, exquisite trendy boutiques, world-class galleries and delicious dining experiences, the InterContinental offers the perfect reflection of a city thriving with culture and creativity.
Start your day by crossing the street to Philosopher’s Walk and journey through the heart of the historical grounds of the University of Toronto. Continuing south you will arrive at the “not to be missed” Art Gallery of Ontario. A two hour visit should suffice; be sure to stroll through the gallery dedicated to The Group of Seven (legendary Canadian landscape artists) and the Galleria Italia for a memorable art experience. Head south on McCaul St. and walk under Table Top, the Ontario College of Arts and Design building that’s literally on stilts up in the sky. Walk south on the historical Grange Park path that reached as far as the lake in the 1820’s when Toronto was being developed. At Queen St. – known as the hippest street in Toronto, make a left and enjoy countless lunch options or for a true In the Know experience, walk over to the beautifully gated Osgoode Hall and enjoy one of Toronto’s true hidden gems. On the 2nd floor in the old library find the exquisite affordable cafeteria of the Superior Court Judges (open to the public daily from September to June from 12 – 2pm).
After lunch walk Nathan Phillips Square our City Hall (in the winter the pond freezes and becomes a popular ice rink) then cross the street for a peek at our Old City Hall. The architect E.J. Lennox poking fun at the politicians of the 1900’s made ugly caricatures of them and lined the main entrance with their faces. Head back along Queen St. westbound turning right at Spadina Ave. to walk on the busy streets of North America’s 3rd largest Chinatown. Make a left on St. Andrews and find Kensington Market. A protected historical site these streets were once a busy Jewish market post WW2, it then became a vibrant Portuguese market (made very popular by a 1980’s TV show “The King of Kensington”) and today it’s an eclectic, dynamic, multicultural market with inexpensive shops and restaurants selling everything from vintage wares to obscure spices. Head further west along College St. and walk through Little Italy stopping for a little sip of something on the patio of The Diplomatico known as the “Best People Watching Patio in the City”. Heading north through a residential area make your way back to Bloor St. and make a right where you will find the neighbourhoods of Little Korea and then The Annex. Coffee houses, book stores, one of kind shops and a multitude of casual eateries makes these neighbourhoods very popular with university students. Continue eastbound 6 more minutes and you will be back at our hotel.
After refreshing at the hotel, enjoy a drink in Proof Lounge and step out for the evening in one of Canada’s most refined neighbourhoods, our Yorkville. Be sure to stop in at the Concierge desk to ensure a restaurant reservation and then walk out to some of the finest restaurants in the city. Post dinner take a walk through our quaint streets window shopping at the many boutiques and art galleries that line the streets as you make your way to Panorama Lounge found on the 51st floor of the Manulife building. This is a perfect place to enjoy the 360 degree view and reflect on the incredible diversity of our magnificent Toronto.
On Saturdays and Sundays a family of 2 Adults and 4 Children (under the age of 19) can enjoy unlimited 1 day travel for a $10. Pcik up a Family day pass at any subway stations.
Canada does not have international phone centres. To call long distance it is recommended to purchase calling cards and use local payphones.
Tipping at Restaurants
The tip is not included on the bill in most restaurants in Toronto. It is usual to tip about 15% of the total bill but if you experience great service, you may want to impress with 20%.
It is common practice to tip 15% in Toronto (including taxi drivers).
Weather in Toronto
The weather in Toronto is quite hot and humid in the summer but can get quite 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 thirty-one.
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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.
Completed in 1976, it is still the tallest tower in the world. This mordern wonder of the world sees 2 million visitors each year. The glass floor is a must do but not for the weak. Plan to dine at the fine dining restaurant 360 which gives you a complimentary ride up!
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.
To sightsee in weatherproof comfort. The PATH is Toronto's underground walkway linking 27 kilometres (16 miles) of shopping, services and entertainment.
A Light Sweater or Wrap
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.
Don't forget your camera, there will be a lot of snapping going on.
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.
Comfortable Walking Shoes
The best way to see our beautiful city is by walking. Make sure you pack a comfortable pair of shoes.
Do not limit your wardrobe to only jeans as several night spots and restaurants have a 'no jeans' dress code policy.
- 220 Bloor Street West
- Toronto , ON , M5S 1T8
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거리 5 KM / 3.11 마일 SOUTH에서 호텔까지
택시 요금(편도): $20 (CAD)
소요 시간(택시): 20 minutes
Take the ferry from Toronto City Centre Airport to the dock at the base of Bathurst Street. Head north on Bathurst Street up to Front Street (just over the bridge). Make a right at Front Street. Make a left on Spadian Avenue and head up Spadina to Bloor Street W. Turn right at Bloor Street W. InterContinental Toronto Yorkville will be on the left after the 3rd trafic lights.
Lester B. Pearson International (YYZ)
거리 33 KM / 20.51 마일 NORTH WEST에서 호텔까지
택시 요금(편도): $60 (CAD)
소요 시간(택시): 30 minutes
South on Highway 427 - Qew to Toronto On to Gardiner Expressway - Exit on Bay Street Go North on Bay Street - Turn Left on Bloor Street Hotel is approximately 2 kms. away.
역 이름: Union Station
거리 3.5 KM / 2.17 마일 SOUTH에서 호텔까지
기차역부터 택시 요금: $15 (CAD)
Head East along Bloor St. to Queens Park (first intersection), make a Right and head down Queens Park which eventually becomes University Avenue to Front Street. Follow signs for Front Street East as you merge onto Front Street. Union Station will be on your Right just after you cross University Avenue.
지하철 이름: St. George Subway
거리 0.1 KM / 0.06 마일 WEST에서 호텔까지
- 주차 대 수/250대 수용
- 일일 자가 주차 요금: $25 (CAD)
- Valet parking, $35.00 (CAD). Daily Self Parking Fee: $25.00: Covered parking $1.50 per 1/2 hour. Please be aware of the following parking charges: Daily: 7am –- 6pm = $12 max, 6pm –- 7am = $6 max. Sunday / holidays: 7am –- 6pm = $5, 6pm - 7am = $5
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Directions From Airport: South on highway 427 QEW East to Gardiner Expressway North on Bay Street exit Left on Bloor Street Hotel is on North (right) side, # 220, just past Avenue Road Transportation: Pearson International Airport (YYZ) Distance: 30 KM / 18.64 MI SOUTH EAST to Hotel Taxi Charge (one way): $55.00 (CAD) Time by taxi: 30 minutes Toronto Island Airport: Porter Airlines Distance: 5 KM / 3.10 MI Taxi Charge (one way): $18.00 (CAD) Time by taxi: 15 minutes Train Station: Union Station Distance: 4.0 KM / 2.59 MI NORTH to Hotel Taxi Charge (one way): $18.00 (CAD) Closest Subway: St. George Subway Distance 0.1 KM / 0.06 MI SOUTH EAST to Hotel Fare: $3.00 (CAD) From the airport (travel time: 1hr) Take the No.192 bus to Kipling subway station (found at all terminals) Take either train at station to St. George Station Exit out of Bedford Exit The hotel is around the corner - left of Bedford on Bloor
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숙박 당 애완 동물 보증금 $50
애완동물 요금: 1박당 $25
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