chelsea hotel toronto
The Heart of Toronto Chelsea Hotel, Toronto is filled with life and adventure. Our central location lets guests explore the city's top attractions and come back to a hotel built for family, fun, and celebration
The Chelsea Hotel, Toronto offers 3 in-house dining options. Relax in the lobby bar— T|Bar—with a Signature Caesar, or enjoy the breakfast, lunch and dinner on the patio with Market Garden.While express|o coffee and wine bar, is the solution for afternoon treat.
With a stay at Chelsea Hotel, Toronto, you'll be centrally located in Toronto, within a 10-minute walk of Yonge-Dundas Square and Toronto Eaton Centre. This family-friendly hotel is 0.4 mi (0.7 km) from Toronto City Hall and 0.9 mi (1.4 km) from Art Gallery of Ontario.
The Chelsea Hotel, Toronto's Family Fun Zone features an indoor pool with a 4-story corkscrew waterslide. Up on the 27th floor, the adults-only indoor pool, health club, and sundeck overlook the city.
Location. Towering 27 stories over downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada, the Chelsea Hotel, Toronto sits 1 block from the historic Canon Theatre and College Subway Station.
With a stay at Chelsea Hotel, Toronto, you'll be centrally located in Toronto, minutes from Yonge-Dundas Square and Ryerson University. This family-friendly hotel is close to University of Toronto - St. George Campus and Toronto Public Library.
The Chelsea Hotel, Toronto (formerly the Delta Chelsea Toronto and briefly the Eaton Chelsea) in Toronto, Ontario, is the largest hotel in Canada. Located at 33 Gerrard Street West, it contains 1,590 guest rooms and suites on 26 floors, with 5 basements and 18 elevators.
Hotel Chelsea Hotel Toronto 3-star hotel This is a Preferred Partner property. It is committed to providing guests with a positive experience thanks to its commendable service and good value.
169 reviews of Chelsea Hotel "So we were going to a concert in Toronto. And even though I live about an hour and a half away we (13 year old son and myself) decided we wanted to experience the concert and the city. I grew up in Toronto and walking…