Sheraton Centre Hotel & Towers
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Stay at the Sheraton Centre Hotel & Towers and look forward to exploring a 16-mile underground network of shops and services right on your doorstep. The hotel is also nearby many Toronto theatres, world-class dining venues and cultural Toronto museums for your enjoyment.
All of the luxurious guest rooms at the Sheraton Centre Hotel & Towers are designed with your comfort in mind. Each room includes plush bedding, an LCD flat-screen TV, internet access, a private bathroom and a work area.
Tuck into American cuisine at the BnB Restaurant, soak up the lively atmosphere at Quinn's Steakhouse and Irish Bar, chill out with friends at Shopsy's Deli or sip on a coffee at the Link Café. The hotel is also home to a heated swimming pool, a fitness centre and the Senses Spa, which offers a wide range of treatments.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 1377
- 24 hour front desk
- Lift to all Floors
- Internet Access
- Parking at Hotel Cost: $50.00 Per Night
- Indoor Pool Free: Yes
- Outdoor Pool Free: Yes
- Treatment Rooms
- Gym Free: No
- Name: Toronto Pearson International Airport
- Distance: 26.5 kilometres
Bar and Restaurant
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- Nearest Airport Name: Toronto Pearson International Airport Distance: 26.5 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 1404 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Bus Tour First Night Stay
Stay Date: 09/2017, JohnandPam wrote this review.
We started a bus tour of northeast Canada and this was our first hotel. This hotel had the best pillows and mattress of all of the hotels we stayed. This is a very big hotel with a great pool, city views and walking scenery within the hotel. Our spec… See more
We started a bus tour of northeast Canada and this was our first hotel. This hotel had the best pillows and mattress of all of the hotels we stayed. This is a very big hotel with a great pool, city views and walking scenery within the hotel. Our special dinner and breakfast buffet was good. Collapse
Nice Conference Hotel, some rude staff
Stay Date: 09/2017, LuvHaribo wrote this review.
A very nice conference hotel. Hotel is clean and easy to navigate. Although some staff are friendly, there are quite a few who could use a lesson on smiling and not snapping at people. I know they have a job to do, but a smile goes a long way. … See more
A very nice conference hotel. Hotel is clean and easy to navigate. Although some staff are friendly, there are quite a few who could use a lesson on smiling and not snapping at people. I know they have a job to do, but a smile goes a long way. Very nice location. Centrally located and easy to find. Collapse
Quietest Hotel in Downtown
Stay Date: 09/2017, fairchild84 wrote this review.
This is an amazing choice if you're looking for a Hotel to stay at in downtown Toronto. At check-in we were greeted by a great Hotel Representative that helped me great a great room to fit our family needs. The room was amazing with a great view of t… See more
This is an amazing choice if you're looking for a Hotel to stay at in downtown Toronto. At check-in we were greeted by a great Hotel Representative that helped me great a great room to fit our family needs. The room was amazing with a great view of the CN Tower and of the Business District. The room offered extremely comfy beds, as all Sheraton Hotels do, and the best part was how quite the room was. It was by far the quietest room I've ever stayed at. It allowed our two year old to sleep very well during our stay. It also offers a great location being in the center of downtown Toronto. A quick walk to almost anywhere you'd like to visit in the city. Again, if your looking for a good place to say, I'd highly suggest this Hotel along with staying in room 2530. Collapse
Great Hotel in a terrific location with the service to match
Stay Date: 09/2017, agiftofpeace wrote this review.
When you get a reception to make you feel as if you're entering into the domicile of a friend, that's when you know that you have been lucky enough to have been welcomed by Bryan C. of the front desk. Throughout all our interactions, he exuded a genu… See more
When you get a reception to make you feel as if you're entering into the domicile of a friend, that's when you know that you have been lucky enough to have been welcomed by Bryan C. of the front desk. Throughout all our interactions, he exuded a genuine sense of hospitality, seeming to truly care where we went, what we did, and that we enjoyed our stay, with his attention, questions, and tips that were more than practiced pleasantries. See, a hotel as big as the Sheraton can seem impersonal, not always a bad thing to me. But Bryan C's warmth and kindness made our stay memorable. The room we given by Bryan was spectacular, on the 38th floor and with incredible views of the city, and particularly City Hall. This floor is the place to be if you want to witness New Year's festivities, or Canada Day celebrations from the comfort of your hotel room. Ask for a room facing City Hall and your nights will be magical. If you are proposing to your honey, get a room on a high floor! I think some Yelpers unfairly compared this Sheraton to a Fairmont. It's a different class. Yes, the furniture was more classic and not trendy and showed some minor use here and there, but the supremely comfortable beds made us regret slightly having to rise and be out and about in the morning, and forget a nick or two in the bathroom tiles(which you can be fussy about if you are staying in a Four Seasons at a much higher room rate). There was a handy mini fridge(apparently not in every room) and of course the standard coffee machine, all discretely hidden in drawers and cabinets. This, by the way, made for no drawer space. Perhaps a minor complaint might be limited counter space, that would be helped by a coat hook or two or a small corner table. I'd take the mini fridge over drawers I barely use anyway. This was the Sheraton, obviously catering to a large business crowd, and with functional, and absolutely clean rooms. We were thrilled by ours. We were fortunate enough to access the Club Lounge, another place for stunning city vistas. We didn't understand the complaints on the food. For breakfast, the assortment was generous, an all you can eat buffet that varied from eggs and sausage to bacon to dollar pancakes to cold cereals to croissants and danish to fresh fruit to muesli. There was something to please anyone. The hot staples did change, though hard boiled eggs and scrambled eggs were always on the menu. I didn't expect croissants on the level of Arcade Bakery in New York(which you couldn't get even in a Ritz--Arcade is that special), but we got a solid breakfast for two days. We were hard pressed to abandon the coffee machine, a fun contraption that churned out lattes, cappuccinos, café mochas that were surprisingly quite delicious. There was brewed coffee on the side, Tazo teas, orange juice and cider ,and Dasani bottles in a mini fridge. For cocktail hour, they had hor d'oevres such as chicken satay skewers, a plentiful cheese platter, mini quiche and vegetables and dip. If you are loading up, like one lady who ate five platefuls, and skewer after skewer of chicken, please remember to tip the workers even if you don't fill out the client satisfaction card that most of us wouldn't even read! I can't imagine they get many tips from people who don't buy the alcoholic drinks. I loved the layout of the pool here, half inside and half outside, heated slightly to ward off those northern chills. It was apparently the largest pool in the city of Toronto, big enough to do laps in. The night I went it was raining, so a dip was forgone. The workout room was clean, staffed by a cheerful lifeguard(Val?) on the night I went, who was kind enough to show me the newest "hottest" rotating staircase exerciser. Get on it drunk and risk having the fate of Eugene Tooms of X-Files, is my warning to you all. This property had a swimsuit spinner in the changing room, though at the end of the day, guests seemed to prefer just leaving their wet swimsuits hanging from lockers(don't know what that's all about!). Location is a key reason to stay here, aside from good service(outstanding if you get Bryan!), as this area is so convenient to the Metro and many areas in Toronto(Entertainment District, Downtown Core, Chinatown, Harbor front etc.). I checked out the meeting area, and they have many big conference rooms here. If you enjoy trying out local restaurants, this is a better location than a harbor side hotel. If you are a chocoholic, look no further. The Sheraton has a fine chocolate cake! We left no crumb uneaten! This hotel is connected to the Path; you just go two levels below and you are buffered from inclement weather. The lobby is huge, giving the sense that you are entering a grand ballroom. Feeling overwhelmed? Take yourself out to the waterfall area. just right behind the lobby and clearly visible from the glass window, and chill with a drink or just listen to the flowing water. Our only regret when we left was not staying longer here. Collapse
Do you like Fire Alarms?
Stay Date: 09/2017, Gardengrl3 wrote this review.
The first time the fire alarm went off, it was a Sunday afternoon. I walked down 12 flights and went shopping- which is very nearby. But being woken up at 6 am by a fire alarm was very unpleasant. It must happen often because they come on the announc… See more
The first time the fire alarm went off, it was a Sunday afternoon. I walked down 12 flights and went shopping- which is very nearby. But being woken up at 6 am by a fire alarm was very unpleasant. It must happen often because they come on the announcement system after 2 minutes and say they are investigating. They never tell you to leave. This makes me worry- do I evacuate? So despite the friendliness and cleanliness of this hotel, 2 fire alarms in 3 days gets a low mark. By the way, no fires. Collapse
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