Welcome to Toronto Convention Centre Hotels! Our goal is to provide the best options for your hotel stay in the beautiful areas of Toronto, ON! Whether your trip is for business or pleasure, we strive to provide exceptional service from the start of our secure online reservation system to the last night of your hotel stay! Our top-rated hotels ensure a comfortable atmosphere, and are often located near popular attractions, shopping centers, and local night-life activities! Whatever your visit to Toronto entails, we're sure you'll find our informative Toronto Guide and hotel booking options useful!
225 Front Street West
1 Blue Jays Way
525 Bay Street
|Pantages Hotel Toronto Centre|
|Cosmopolitan Toronto Hotel Spa|
|Intercontinental Toronto Centre|
|Renaissance Toronto Downtown|
|The Fairmont Royal York|
|Hyatt Regency Toronto|
|Radisson Plaza Hotel Admiral Toronto|
|Hilton Garden Inn Downtown Toronto|
|Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel|
|Westin Harbour Castle Toronto|
|One King West Hotel and Residence|
|Novotel Toronto Centre|
|Ramada Plaza Toronto Downtown|
|Grand Hotel and Suites Toronto|
|Super 8 Hotel Downtown Toronto|
|Best Western Executive Inn|
|Toronto Marriott Downtown|
Located in Downtown Toronto, the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, also known as MTCC, has 600,000 square feet of total space. That includes 460,000 square feet of exhibit hall floor, 64 meeting rooms and two ballrooms, totaling 75,000 square feet together. It also has 1,330 theater seats in the John Bassett Theatre. The building was completed in 1984.
Adjacent to the Convention Centre is Intercontinental Toronto Center, which is a 586-room hotel that opened in 2003, and the Canadian Broadcasting Center (CBC) is across the street. There are two ways to access Union Station from the Convention Centre: through a pedestrian bridge or the underground PATH system. In 1997, Bregman + Hamann Architects added a new underground space to the Convention Centre on the south side near the CN Tower.
One of the most famous events ever held at MTCC was 1988 G7 conference of world leaders. Another is the 1985 NHL Entry Draft. In 2006, MTCC played host to the International AIDS Conference. More recently, the auditions were held there for "So You Think You Can Dance Canada" and "Canadian Idol." Recurring events that are held at MTCC include the NHL Awards, Fan Expo and the Canadian International Auto Show. In 2010, the G-20 summit was held in the same space as the G7 had been years before.
The Canada Lands Corporation had owned the Metro Toronto Convention Centre and adjacent hotel until August of 2011 when it was sold to Oxford Properties, owned by OMERS.
The MTCC was rated the No. 1 convention center in North America for "superior convention services" by Watkins Research Group USA. It's a first-class venue in a world-class city with fabulous hotels, dining and shopping nearby.