"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."
New Years Eve at Nathan Phillips Square - Dec 31st
If you're looking for a New Year's Eve 2012 Party that's free and fun, head to Nathan Phillips Square across from Toronto City Hall. Welcome the New Year with thousands of others while listening to live musical concerts and oohing and ahhing over the spectacular midnight fireworks display.
Take the whole family to Rogers Centre for the Toronto 2012 showing of Disney on Ice—Worlds of Fantasy. This enchanting holiday show highlights the stories of Tinker Bell, Pixar's Cars, Toy Story, and The Little Mermaid with amazing sets, costumes and performances—all in the arena of an exquisite icy wonderland.
Whether you've attended performances of The Nutcracker since you were a child or you want to discover it for the first time, the National Ballet of Canada presents a sublime production of this holiday classic in Toronto. Tickets for the 2012-2013 shows at the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts are available now.
The Toronto Christmas Market is a delightful family-friendly tradition in the Distillery District. Stroll the fairy-lit streets as carolers sing holiday favorites, toast your loved ones with a hot rum drink at one of the Market's German-style beer gardens, and buy unique holiday gifts.
Come see a Designing 007, a brilliant exhibit put on by the Toronto International Film Festival. This collection gives guests a deep look into the style and design behind one of the most iconic movie brands: 007.
The Third Annual Santa Clause Parade is On its Way
Take part in the Santa Claus Parade in Toronto and enjoy music, floats, good eats, and plenty of spectacles. This age-old tradition happens on November 18th, 2012. Donations go towards the Toys for the North Toy Drive.
Visit Toronto for the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair. Commonly referred to simply as "The Royal", this event has become the largest indoor equestrian and agricultural event in the world. Join more than 340,000 annual visitors in seeing countless vendors, horse shows, dog shows, and many other agriculturally related events.
Between October 22nd and November 4th, you can sample some of the best chocolate in Canada at the Toronto Chocolate Festival, a culinary event that gives participants a memorably sweet experience. The event returns for the 7th year and features many events based on the wonderful food that is chocolate.
Get the scoop on Toronto's hottest Halloween Events for 2012. From horror film festivals to block parties, you will find plenty of chances to wear your new Halloween costume. Visitors be warned, as you're likely to meet some scary new friends.
Celebrate Thanksgiving Day 2012 in Canada at Signatures Restaurant at the InterContinental Toronto Yorkville. A delectable dinner awaits you and family and friends from Thursday, October 4 through Saturday, October 6.
A free, all-night art exhibit, Nuit Blanche Toronto features over 150 intimate and elaborate temporary exhibitions throughout downtown and various neighbourhoods. Sponsored by Scotiabank, the sunset-to-sunrise event takes place on Saturday, September 29.
A national book and magazine festival in Toronto, Canada, The Word on the Street takes place Sunday, September 23, 2012 at Queen's Park Circle from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Considered to be Canada's largest outdoor bookstore, the free event provides both adults and children's with an inside look at the country's amazing literary scene.
InterContinental Hotels & Resorts and Agraria, the oldest and largest luxury home fragrance company in America, have announced plans for an exclusive partnership. Beginning at the end of January, 2013, guests will be able to experience for themselves Agraria bath amenities at all 169 InterContinental Hotels around the world, including the InterContinental Toronto Yorkville.
A blend of diverse cultures and cuisines, from French fries to dim sum, Toronto is foodie heaven. One of the most exciting dining destinations in the world, Toronto boasts amazing restaurants and hip neighborhoods - from Yorkville and Kensington Market to Chinatown - packed with cool cafes, eateries, bistros, gastro pubs, wine bars, breweries and food trucks. The fashionable Yorkville neighborhood features some of Downtown Toronto's top restaurants, including 108 Panorama, Korean Grill House, 259 Host, One Eleven, and Signatures restaurant at the InterContinetal Toronto Yorkville.
With its high-style vibe and eclectic neighbourhoods - from Yorkville to Chinatown -Toronto is an exciting shopping destination and the fashion mecca of Canada. Spend the day shopping in downtown Toronto in the Bloor-Yorkville neighborhood lined with high-end designer stores, trendy boutiques, art galleries, and shopping centres. Whether you're looking for chic couture, vintage wear, home décor or art, Toronto is home to incredible shopping areas, including Toronto Eaton Centre, Queen Street, Kensington Market, St Lawrence Market and the Hudson Bay's Company - Canada's oldest department store.
BuskerFest 2012 lights up the St. Lawrence Market Neighbourhood in Toronto with a three day celebration that showcases the most spectacular street performers on earth. Held August 23 - 26, 2012, Toronto's wild and wacky international street performer festival features live music and amazing street performers, including daredevils, magicians, high-skill circus acts, clowns, contortionists, acrobats, and aerialists. The largest street performer festival in North America, Scotiabank BuskerFest is the most popular family event in Toronto and fun way to end the summer.