Slumber in Style with These Hotels near the Rogers Centre in Toronto

Many Canadians believe that Torontonians view themselves as the centre of the universe. Whether or not you believe that to be true, it is hard to argue that downtown Toronto is a great hub for activity.

The prime location around the CN Tower can be seen as the centre of the action for the time starved traveler. The Rogers Centre is an eye-catching landmark that will allow even the most directionally impaired of people to find their way around the city. Why not choose accommodation right near this enormous dome, in order to spend less time on your Smartphone GPS and more time marvelling?

The wonderful news is that not only are our hotel picks amazingly convenient, they are also some of the best hotels in this international city. We're talking fancy pants choices like the SoHo Metropolitan and the Shangri-La. The Renaissance Downtown Toronto hotel is even right in the Roger's Centre. Walk out of your hotel (giant sunglasses optional) and look for the Rogers Centre to orient yourself. Then set on your merry way in a city known for gourmet food and unique shopping. 

There are times in life when you want to go off the beaten track. However, if you only have a short stay in Toronto, make the time valuable. Those well-worn paths are there for a reason.



This boutique hotel in Toronto's downtown core has just 27 guest rooms, maintaining an intimacy that is rare in the core of the city. Suites and lofts are furnished in a modern minimalist style with teak floors, neutral colours and generous...  Read More

Shangri-la hotel Toronto
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There is a whimsical look to the Shangri-La that warrants a second glance, even amidst the commotion of the busy location. University and King is one of the hubs of activity in Toronto and the Shangri-La keeps up, making their attention to...  Read More



The Hyatt Regency in Toronto is ideally located in the vibrant downtown core. The 394 guestrooms and 32 suites are newly renovated. If you want to splurge, there is a VIP floor, but all rooms have VIP flavour with soft bedding, spa-inspired bath...  Read More

The Ritz-Carlton, Toronto
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The first Toronto entry from this luxury global hotel chain offers guests an ideal base to explore the city's downtown core. Both residents and hotel guests at the Ritz have access to a wealth of luxurious amenities. The fifth-floor spa and...  Read More

The Fairmont Royal York
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The historic Fairmont Royal York dates back to 1929 and was the place to stay during the golden age of railway travel. Conveniently located across the street from Toronto's Union Station, times may have changed, but the deluxe accommodations of...  Read More

SoHo Metropolitan Hotel & Residences
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The SoHo Metropolitan stands out in a sea of downtown Toronto hotels, offering unique and upscale touches since its 2003 opening. The contemporary-designed rooms feature marble bathrooms with heated floors that work wonderfully in the deep...  Read More



Hotel Le Germain Maple Leaf Square is the ideal location for sports fans visiting Toronto. Located steps from the Air Canada Centre, the CN Tower and the Rogers Centre, this hotel provides easy walking distance to a number of Toronto sights....  Read More

InterContinental Toronto Centre
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The InterContinental Centre is a gorgeous piece of hotel real estate that will allow you to be close to the Theatre District as well as the shopping and restaurants on King Street West. The grand lobby is designed to wow and will set the tone...  Read More

Toronto Marriott City Centre Hotel
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If you like your baseball up-close and personal and you plan on seeing a Major League Baseball game, you must stay at the Marriott City Centre Hotel. The hotel was built into the Rogers Centre (formerly SkyDome), North America's first stadium...  Read More


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Courtney Sunday has lived in England, Switzerland, Canada and the US, finding her way into the professions of freelance writing and yoga teaching in between travel opportunities. She learned...  More About Courtney