Toronto's Entertainment District is truly a harvest of plenty when it comes to hotels. The 10 closest hotels to the Rogers Centre are all worthy choices! All (but the 2 Germain boutique hotels) have pools and all have on-site dining of some description (most have their own restaurants and lounges). The city of Toronto offers lots of other entertainment and restaurant options a short walk or cab ride away. As in most downtown hotels in the country, none of these hotels offer free parking, only 3 offer free Wi-Fi or breakfast, so that should be kept in mind when comparing prices. I picked 3 out of 10 very good hotels to highlight for qualities such as excellence, value and customer satisfaction.
Our Editor's Top 3 Picks
The 7 Closest Hotels to Rogers Centre
Because traffic is often congested and the price of parking high in downtown Toronto, many visitors as well as locals prefer to take a taxi (which can readily be hailed on the streets of downtown Toronto).
Visitors can walk from the King streetcar by getting off at Blue Jays Way and walking south for about 6 minutes. Alternatively, one can take the streetcar south along Spadina Ave. from Spadina Station on the Bloor-Danforth subway line, get off at Bremner Boulevard, and walk the 5 minutes to the stadium. (Make sure to check the Spadina line construction updates to see if it is running.)
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