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Festival Tower is located atop the Bell Lightbox, the epicentre for the Toronto International Film Festival. Ideally located in the heart of the entertainment district, this 5 Star condominium residence offers luxurious accommodations and amenities. One block from the Rogers Centre (Skydome),around the corner from the Air Canada Centre, and just steps from the King Street Mirvish Theatres, Toronto’s best sports and entertainment are just outside your front door. CN Tower, Metro Convention Centre, Harbourfront, PATH, Financial and Fashion District all within a couple of blocks. Gardiner/QEW just around the corner.
- Fully Equipped Kitchens
- 6 Miele Appliances
- built in
- Spacious Bedrooms with King or Queen Size Beds
- Pull-out Sofa in Living Room
- Wall Mounted Entertainment Centres
- Quality Bedding & Linen
- Laundry Facilities (In-suite)
- Bi-Weekly Housekeeping Service
- Wireless Internet and Free Cable TV Service
- Free Local Calling with Voice Mail
- Monthly Rates Available
- Minimum 30 Nights
- Pet Friendly (with restrictions)
- Exceptional Fitness Facilities and Swimming Pool
- Meditation Garden & Rooftop Lounge
- 24 Hour Security, Parking Available (Indoor)
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Détails du Quartier
The Toronto Entertainment District is home to theatres and performing arts centres both traditional and cutting edge, the venues for five major league sports teams. You'll find some of the city's best bars and restaurants, major theatre productions right at your doorstep.
Byblos, a Mediterranean and Middle Eastern inspired restaurant, opened in early 2014 on the first two floors of the Storys Building on Duncan Street in Toronto. Another brainchild of industry wonder duo Charles Khabouth and Hanif Harji, the menu is again centered around small, shared plates, similar to the duos other hot spot Patria.
Patria is an authentic Spanish tapas eatery tucked away down an alleyway on King Street West. The serve everything from tapas to paella in a stylish setting.
Located in a repurposed garage in the heart of downtown Toronto’s Entertainment District, Gusto 101 serves up modern takes on Southern Italian classics in this popular meeting place with a sidewalk patio and rooftop patio.
Pubs / Bars
Shoeless Joe’s Sports Grill is a sports-themed restaurant chain that specializes in chicken wings. They are a popular destination for watching the big game and celebrating all things sports with friends and family.
Jack Astor’s Bar & Grill is a pub-style chain that is always packed with sports fans and large groups of families and friends celebrating. Expect a lively atmosphere and large menu or sandwiches, salads, pastas, pizzas and entrees.
Cafés / Bakeries
The Coffee Bar Inc. is an urban coffee shop with espresso from around the world plus organic fresh press juices, protein shakes, smoothies, veggie and gluten-free snacks, and events.
TIFF Bell Lightbox is a cultural centre occupying an entire city block in the heart of Toronto’s media and entertainment district. It houses cinemas where films for the Toronto International Film Festival and other festivals are screened.
Roy Thompson Hall is an intimate concert venue in the heart of downtown Toronto’s Entertainment District that is known for its acoustics and is home to the Toronto Symphony Orchestra.
Princess of Wales Theatre is a 2000-seat Mirvish theatre located at 300 King Street West in the heart of Toronto's Entertainment District in the downtown area. Mirvish theatres bring major musical, drama, comedy productions to the stage in Toronto.
The Metro Toronto Convention Centre is a 460,000-sq. ft. convention facility in downtown Toronto with 66 furnished meeting rooms, multi-purpose ballrooms and a performing arts and meeting theatre.