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  • "A Wonderful Stay"

    "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"
    -Greg R
  • "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."
  • FEB 10 2019
  • FEB 10 2019
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16 Sep 2014
Things To Do

Just For Laughs Festival

If you call yourself a comedy fan, this is absolutely your festival-42 shows of world-class, word-renowned comedians for ten days in the Queen City. There'll be someone for everyone to laugh with (or at)-Seth Myers, Wanda Sykes, Lena Dunham, Doug Benson, Nick Offerman, Ron Funches, and Mike Birbiglia, to name a few. More names are added every day, and surprise sets will pop up during the festival as well.
12 Sep 2014
Things To Do

Alex Colville at the Art Gallery of Ontario

For his latest project, Andrew Hunter, the Art Gallery of Ontario's curator of Canadian art, has culled over 100 works by Canadian veteran and artist Alex Colville. Colville's work-deeply intimate, at times tense and troubled-includes such pieces as Horse and Train and Man on Verandah 1953; and Target Pistol and Man, 1980. Colville was a Toronto native and veteran of the Second World War; the latter often tints his subjects in a macabre manner. His works are on display now until January 4th of next year.
04 Sep 2014
Events & News

Toronto International Film Festival

Before they're unleashed upon the rest of world, the hottest films of the year stop in Toronto from September 4th to the 14th. More than 300 films from over 60 countries show-from pieces of art house from the giants of the scene to emerging young talent and local whiz kids. Take part in post-screening discussions and debates, stroll down the illuminated red carpet, catch a couple local bands on King Street, or simply grab a bag of popcorn and take a chance!

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