"As always a very welcoming staff and manager. Rolf you have a great team and superior boutique hotel. Looking forward to my next stay. Amenities are close and wonderful restaurants in the Yorkville area."
"Home Away from Home"
"What a pleasure to spend a night at this lovely hotel! The rooms are being upgraded and the beds much improved. Thank you to Rolf and his staff for being so welcoming and helpful."
"Great Service in the Heart of Yorkville"
"The InterContinental offers clean rooms, a relaxing and trendy bar, a well-stocked workout room, and exceptional customer service. It is close to the ROM, Queen's Park, and shopping and nightlife in Yorkville"
"Great Hotel, Helpful Staff"
"I stayed here for 2 nights in early April 2019 while in Toronto for a conference. The hotel is conveniently located very near the University of Toronto campus. There is also a Shoppers Drug Mart next door."
Warming Attractions at Toronto Winter Village in Evergreen Brick Works
Escape to "Toronto's Natural Playground" for seasonal fun at The Evergreen Winter Village, now through March. From ball hockey & corn hole to live DJs, craft beer & hot local apple cider, there's no end to the ways you can warm your core all winter.
Exclusive Toronto Film Screenings & Discussions: Reel Talk
Avid cinephiles & everyday movie fans alike love Reel Talk, an exclusive selection of Sunday morning screenings from the Toronto International Film Festival. Tickets for upcoming installments on January 17th & 24th are available now. Get yours today.
Open through December 20, the Toronto Christmas Market is a festive holiday bazaar with unique gifts for sale, beer gardens, live music and entertainment. Head to the Distillery Historic District to find this one-of-a-kind shopping experience.
Start Your Holidays in Toronto with Concerts & Thousands of Lights
We love the holidays so much in Toronto, we start the party extra-early every year. Starting with a pair of festive ceremonies on Saturday, November 14th, you'll find colorful displays right outside our door in Bloor-Yorkville & all across town.
Celebrate A Scary-Fun Halloween in Toronto - Events & Parties Galore!
Kids shouldn't get ALL the treats on Halloween... That's why the colorfully diverse streets of Toronto are full of fun ways for grown-ups ages 19 & older to celebrate everyone's favorite excuse to be someone (or something!) else for the night!
Spooky Toronto Halloween Attractions, Festivals & Haunted Houses
From terrifying thrill rides & twisted haunted houses at Canada's Wonderland, to life-size mazes & seasonal family fun at Black Creek Pioneer Village, Halloween attractions are everywhere you turn in Toronto this month - especially on the weekends!
An All-Night Citywide Toronto Art Festival - Nuit Blanche
No art event in the world compares to Nuit Blanche, a global, multi-city festival taking place over one night. This year, Toronto's streets & galleries fill with 110+ contemporary projects the night of October 3rd, into the early hours of the 4th.
A Weekend of Toronto Festivals - World Music, Books & Magazines
Picture your perfect weekend in Toronto, full of FREE festivals across town, September 26th & 27th. Start with world music at On Common Ground in Fort York on Saturday, then spend a literary Sunday at The Word On the Street in Harbourfront Centre.
Spice-Up Your Labor Day in Toronto - Festivals & Events All Weekend Long
Looking for a deliciously different way to celebrate Labor Day? Head to Harbourfront Centre for the Hot & Spicy Food Festival, then make your way to Mel Lastman Square for the 34th Annual Hispanic Fiesta, both conveniently taking place Sept. 4-7th.
Torontonians love their city, no matter the time of year. Even the humid days of summer are a dream, with no end of hip, fun ways to cool off, like washing down sea-fresh oysters with frozen beer, before partying Miami-style at Cabana Pool Bar.
A city the size of Toronto is sure to house a few secrets - and it does. From romantically secluded skyline views and serene island escapes, to some of the most ornate architecture in all of Canada, this helpful guide is your key to the sights.
There's nothing better than fun, FREE things to do when you travel - not to mention the fact they're often some of the most popular attractions in Toronto. Enjoy lakeside music and fireworks on Canada Day, free outdoor movies, and more this July!
Doors Open Toronto: Explore Buildings & Architecture
See Toronto's most impressive buildings from the inside during the 16th Doors Open Toronto. Take a walking tour of the city, attend a special talk, and learn more about the city's most prominent architecture during this free event May 23-24, 2015.
Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival in Toronto
Check out a stunning showcase of photography artwork during the month of May throughout downtown Toronto. Book your reservations at InterContinential Yorkville to enjoy easy access to the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival.
Toronto Hotel March Break Specials - Cultural Fun for the Family
Plan an exciting springtime escape with your family this year in Toronto. Our Cultural Fun for the Family Package is a great way to take advantage of the season, and features museum admission, an in-room movie, popcorn and more.
Toronto St. Patrick's Day Parade - Sunday, March 15
Are you spending St. Patrick's Day 2015 in Toronto? Our amazing city hosts one of the biggest St. Patrick's Day Parades in North America. Find the fun in downtown Toronto on Sunday, March 15. Don't forget to wear green!
Get Tickets to TORONTO 2015 Pan American / Parapan American Games
Toronto will proudly host the 2015 Pan Am Games (July 10-26) and Parapan Am Games (August 7-15). Secure your tickets online to watch a wide range of international multi-sports events. Watch the top athletes across the Americas compete for the gold.
Nobody knows how to celebrate the winter season like Toronto. Get in on the action at Winterlicious 2015, a culinary celebration of the city's best restaurants. This Toronto winter festival features special mouthwatering events and prix fixe menus.