One thing is certain: There are plenty of amazing things to do in Etobicoke and Toronto! From professional sports to annual exhibitions, fantastic shopping, world-class dining and all-ages entertainment, the Greater Toronto area will keep you busy.
Just 10 minutes from the Toronto Pearson International Airport, our Etobicoke hotel is the perfect place to call home during your stay in the Greater Toronto area. Etobicoke is situated midway between downtown Toronto and Mississauga, which means you can get to any of the area’s top attractions in 15 minutes or less. Our hotel is also within walking distance to several great restaurants and big box shops, a movie theatre complex, and access to public transit. We are conveniently located close to highways 427 and 401, Gardiner Expressway, Queen Elizabeth Way and Kipling subway station for easy access to downtown Toronto.
Book your stay today and explore everything the Greater Toronto area has to offer!
Deluxe Inn Toronto is just 15 minutes from downtown Toronto and its endless retail opportunities. A few places to check out include:
Toronto is full of fantastic world-class restaurants to try out, but if you would like a delicious meal within walking distance to our hotel, you’re in luck! Here’s a list of tasty eateries in the immediate vicinity of Deluxe Inn Toronto:
The Greater Toronto area is full of cool sights, from museums to science centres, waterfront trails, galleries, parks, zoos, and so much more. To keep things simple, here’s a list of all the top tourist spots and landmarks within easy driving distance to consider checking out while you’re here:
Toronto is home to several large convention and exhibition centres that several professional sports teams call home. The Air Canada Center is one of the country’s premier sports and entertainment venues and home to the NHL’s Toronto Maple Leafs and the NBA’s Toronto Raptors.
The MLB’s Toronto Blue Jays play out Rogers Centre, just a few minutes east down Gardiner Expressway from Air Canada Centre in the entertainment district.
Toronto also hosts an annual Honda Indy race in July, as well as the Canadian National Exhibition, commonly known as the CNE, every August.
For more information about upcoming events in Toronto, please visit our Events and Attractions page.