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Sheraton Centre Toronto

  • Hotels
  • Downtown Toronto
  • 3 out of 5 stars
The Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel
Photograph: Courtesy Yelp/The Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel

Time Out says

3 out of 5 stars

When it first opened in 1972, the Sheraton was the second largest hotel in Toronto, and it's still going strong. The venerable concrete behemoth is located right across the street from City Hall, making it ground zero for tourists and families. Inside, the 1372 recently renovated guest rooms are large and well-decorated. Being the 33rd tallest building in the city has its perks, of course: spectacular city views to be gazed at from the Sheraton Club Lounge on the 43rd floor. But what really sets the structure apart is the rooftop garden and one of the city’s best hotel pools. The huge indoor/outdoor heated pool comes complete with a poolside bar, tons of lounge space and offers day passes for non-guests to take advantage of Toronto's steamy summers. From $237 per night

Written by
Jessica Davey-Quantick


123 Queen St. West
M5H 2M9
Cross street:
at York St
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