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The Adelaide Hotel, Toronto is located at 325 Bay St., right in the heart of Toronto’s financial district. Kitty-corner to the Toronto Stock Exchange on Bay Street (Canada’s version of Wall Street in New York City), the hotel is within strolling distance to head offices of major Canadian banks and companies, as well as sports arenas for major league baseball, basketball and hockey games. The Hockey Hall of Fame, a major tourist draw where you can kiss the Stanley Cup, is but a five-minute walk away.
The Toronto hotel’s central downtown location is ideal for executives who are in town for meetings; shoppers in search of designer goods from The Bay, Canada’s largest department store, which unveiled a new high-end fashion floor in 2013; couples seeking world-class opera, ballet, symphony and theater performances in the nearby Entertainment District; and families looking for a stress-free weekend retreat from the hustle and bustle of modern life.
The luxury hotel is also steps from the city’s efficient subway system and its old-fashioned streetcars, which will transport you to world-class cultural venues such as the Royal Ontario Museum, the Art Gallery of Ontario (where a new wing built by Toronto-born architect Frank Gehry continues to showcase impressive work) and the city’s Chinatown and Little Italy neighborhoods.