Right outside our hotel beats the vibrant heart of the city. The Culture Corridor of Bloor Street, Toronto is 1 mile (1.6km) of the city’s hottest destinations condensed through 3 distinct neighborhoods, between Bathurst and Bay Streets. United by the cause of providing locals and visitors alike with top-tier entertainment, fine art, designer shopping, and global dining options, there’s simply no better place to stay in Toronto than right in the middle of it all.
Three Hip Neighborhoods Along 1 Mile
It’s hard to believe there can be much diversity over such a short distance, but boy is there ever! From the restaurants and shops of the Annex, to the historic walks of the University of Toronto, and the stylish streets of Bloor-Yorkville, the Bloor Street Culture Corridor has something for everyone.
Aromas of global cuisine fill the air with the relaxing sound of live music in this neighborhood known for its rich nightlife and peaceful streets.
University of Toronto
Flowing green park spaces and historic architecture dot the landscape of our namesake university.
Once the epicenter of Canadian counter-culture, this posh area now embodies the high style and sophisticated character of designer retailers and fine art galleries.
There are over a dozen arts organizations and venues for a world of cultural entertainment along Bloor Street. Be sure to catch a documentary at the century-old Bloor Hot Docs Cinema, wander the intriguing collection at the Bata Shoe Museum, and enjoy a concert at Koerner Hall. For shopping and dining, popular outlets include:
Tiffany & Co.
Famoso Neapolitan Pizzaria
The Beer Station
Gau Indian Village
Kenzo Ramen Bar
Fox & Fiddle