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What you should know about Toronto Entertainment District

As Canada's biggest city, you'd expect Toronto's Entertainment District to be on the spectacular side, and it certainly doesn't disappoint. Here you'll find a harbor-fronting leisure complex, one of North America's biggest nightclub scenes, and the 3rd largest English-speaking theater district in the world. And soaring over it all is the needle-shaped CN Tower, the largest free-standing structure on the continent. Add in its museums, galleries, and theaters and you can see why Toronto doesn't skimp in its efforts to entertain.

Hotels in the Entertainment District


Accommodation in Toronto's Entertainment District includes fine hotels along its harbor-side parks and those further inland near the Financial District. There are some supremely luxurious hotels here, the Ritz-Carlton being an outstanding example. This sumptuously-decorated 5-star hotel boasts 3 restaurants, a full-service spa, and deep-soaking tubs in its spacious rooms. The Delta Toronto is an Entertainment District hotel right in the center of the action, directly overlooked by the CN Tower. Entertainment District hotel reviews praise its ultramodern design and views onto Lake Ontario. The lake views are shared by the Radisson Admiral Hotel Toronto Harbourfront, which has its own marina on the lake shore, and successfully combines quality and affordability.

Things to see in the Entertainment District


The hub of the Entertainment District is the CN Tower, circled by with several top-rated attractions. Ripley's Aquarium of Canada, with over 450 aquatic species floating in its themed tanks, is known for its colorful reef displays and a moving sidewalk in its aquarium tunnel. Both baseball and football fans will love the Rogers Centre, a 50,000-seater stadium with a fully retractable roof. It also hosts many rock and pop concerts. To see Toronto's more cultured side, book a show at one of the theaters around St. Andrew Street. The Royal Alexandra Theatre is a real stand out—a Beaux Arts theater that's reckoned to be North America's oldest theater still in operation. Finally, no visit to the Entertainment District would be complete without checking out its famous Clubland area. From restaurants and bars to all-night clubs, the choice here is more than enough to keep you entertained until the sun rises.

Good for all travelers


There's something to please every kind of visitor basing themselves at a hotel in Toronto's Entertainment District. Families will love the fun and education to be had in its aquariums, museums, and lake-side parks. Couples will enjoy a night out at the theater, or some romantic dining at a nearby restaurant. And business travelers will almost certainly enjoy the chance to let off steam in the clubs and bars of Clubland. And one thing they're all likely to agree on are the astonishing sights to be had from 1,500 feet up on the observation deck of the CN Tower.

How to get to the Entertainment District


For those coming from Boston, New York, or Chicago, travel to Toronto's Entertainment District is simple. The Billy Bishop Airport lies just across the water, and a streetcar service (number 509) runs from there through the district, on its way to Union Station. Long-haul flights arrive at Toronto Pearson airport, to the district's northwest. From there you can hire a car and drive to the Entertainment District in 20 minutes or so. Take the ON-427 freeway, heading south until you see the exit for the Gardiner Expressway. Alternatively, you can take the UP express train from the airport, arriving at Union Station in just over half an hour.

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