InterContinental Toronto Centre
Start your day with a walk through the old part of Toronto and stop for a delicious breakfast at Le Petit Dejeuner on King Street East. The Belgian waffles are a must try! Then, continue to our beautiful Historic Distillery District where you feel like you stepped back into an era of horse-drawn carts, stone and brick. You will find one-of-a-kind stores, shops, galleries, restaurants, cafes, theatres and more. The Distillery District is the perfect place for some retail therapy and picking up souvenirs to remember your trip to Toronto. After your exploring, visit Soma Chocolatemaker, for some out of this world truffles and gelato!
The afternoon calls for a relaxing time at beautiful Toronto Island. It is only a 15 minutes ferry ride, and you get to enjoy a beautiful view of the Toronto skyline. You can rent a quadricycle and stop at one of the four sand beaches. Stop in for a quick bite at the family owned Island Cafe at Ward's Island (seasonal openings).
As the evening winds down, head over to Toronto's exclusive Entertainment district - .King Street West. Enjoy breathtaking and unobstructed views of the City skyline, at Lavelle Rooftop Bar! One of Toronto's hidden gems, Lavelle offers the perfect end to a great day. Enjoy cocktails in a private cabana or savor dinner from their contemporary French menu.
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.
One of the City's most visited attraction. 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 is Toronto's underground walkway, linking 27 kilometres (16 miles) of shopping, services and entertainment.
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.