|Accommodation Type |||Hotel|
|General Amenities |||Exercise Gym, Internet Connection, Pool, Restaurant, Spa|
|Room Amenities |||Mini Bar|
|Payment |||Interac, MasterCard, American Express, Visa|
|Getting There |||Union Station|
|Cross Street |||Front and Simcoe|
Profile Last Updated: May 11, 2009
Connected to the Metro Convention Centre on Front Street, the InterContinental Toronto Centre is centred right next to Toronto’s entertainment and financial district. Giving tourists and business travellers easy access to the theatres, sports centres and nightspots or major banks and corporations, respectively. The hotel has 586 rooms and suites, all of which have high-speed Internet and extra-large work space. The hotel’s Azure restaurant is open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner and you can order 24-hour room service or visit the 24-hour business and fitness centres.
Business Class Perks
When business travellers pay the Business Travel Perks rate, they will each receive either a certain amount of credit per night, which can be spent at the hotel’s Victoria Spa or its Azure Restaurant, or a certain amount of Aeroplan Miles. The Victoria Spa offers full-service resort services, with 12 treatment rooms, whirlpool and saunas. A hotel within the hotel, the Club InterContinental floors contain exclusive executive suites offering full protection from the rambunctious children of travelling families.
Round Table of the Future
The InterContinental caters to business travellers, offering 19 meeting and function rooms, including two state-of-the-art next generation boardrooms. These massive rooms have round-table floorplans, with seating for approximately 20, soundproof walls and private entrances ensuring the strictest confidentiality for important business negotiations. The rooms feature advanced audio-visual technology, including two 60-inch Plasma screens, video conferencing and webcasting capabilitities, a high-resolution document camera capable of displaying 3D objects and a motorized drop down projection screen.