Courtyard by Marriott Downtown Toronto



Treat yourself to a relaxing vacation in Ontario with recently redesigned hotel rooms in the world’s largest full-service Courtyard hotel at Courtyard Toronto Downtown. Our ideal downtown setting at the heart of Yonge & College allows guests to easily explore city centre destinations, including Yonge-Dundas Square, The Village, the Convention Centre, the CN Tower, Eaton Centre, Toronto General Hospital and Massey Hall. After exploring Toronto, take a dip in our indoor pool, workout in our fitness center or dine in our American-styled restaurant. In the evening, unwind in updated accommodations with cozy reading chairs, mini-refrigerators, large windows, ample desks and free Wi-Fi. For extended stays or family travel, consider upgrading to one of our hotel’s spacious suites. If visiting Canada for business, make sure to take advantage of our modern venues with 13,301 square feet of space and state-of-the-art technology. Courtyard Toronto Downtown is ready to make your visit to Ontario, Canada truly special.

Local Area Attractions

From shopping to cultural landmarks, there are plenty of things to do.

  • Explore amazing culture, history and art at the Royal Ontario Museum and Art Gallery of Ontario.
  • Hockey, basketball games and world-class concerts fill the schedule at Air Canada Centre.
  • Eaton Centre, Toronto’s shopping paradise is just a 10-minute walk from our hotel. Also near are Saks Fifth Avenue and Hudson’s Bay stores.
  • For trendy exclusives and luxury, the Bloor-Yorkville District and urban boutiques are just 0.6 miles away!

City Experience

Boasting cultural diversity and a bold spirit that makes Toronto one of the world’s best cities, there are many interesting places to explore, fun festivals and a host of things to do.

  • Enjoy free concerts and year-round events at Yonge Dundas Square, the central hub of celebration in Downtown Toronto. Just a 10-minute walk from our hotel will bring you to the city’s centre of life and energy.
  • Massey Hall and Roy Thomson Hall offer a wide choice of concerts and performances.
  • Kensington Market is a distinctive downtown multicultural district filled with vintage shops, street fairs, independent grocers and a plethora of eateries.
  • St. Lawrence Market, a major market in Old Town Toronto, for an even greater choice of fresh food.