Planning to come to WorldPride, but haven’t booked your accommodations as yet? Rainbow High Vacations has exclusive rates at several of the top hotels in Toronto that are available for a selection of dates over Pride week. These can be combined with many of our additional optional excursions, such as a queer history walking tour, an opportunity to march in the parade or meet a drag queen, VIP dinner and viewing, a cruise on Lake Ontario, and invites to the best parties in the city. See below for a brief description of each of our hotel offerings, and contact us to book your perfect package while they are still available.

Intercontinental Toronto Centre – located on Front Street, close to Union Station and Toronto City Centre Airport making it easy to get to upon arrival in the city. Also easily accessible to CN Tower, Rogers Stadium with the Blue Jays, and Toronto’s underground PATH system that connects several kilometres of the city beneath the ground, filled with shops, dining, and air conditioned corridors.

225 Front Street West

Sheraton Centre – located on Queen West, just steps from Much Music studios, CN Tower, and plenty of dining and nightlife. A short streetcar ride brings you to West Queen West, affectionately dubbed Queer West for its hip and artistic vibe. Book our exclusive 501 Queen Streetcar Food Tour to taste your way through the city.

123 Queen Street West

Westin Harbour Castle – overlooking Lake Ontario and Toronto Islands, this is the perfect location for those wanting to spend some time at Sugar Beach, Harbourfront, or one of the exclusive Culinary Canoe Adventure to Toronto Island or RuPaul’s Celebrity Drag Queen Boat Cruise. Magnificent lake and city views, and Toula’s revolving rooftop restaurant is a hidden gem.

1 Harbour Square  

Bond Place – centrally located in the downtown core, this intimate hotel property is economically priced, and close to all the action in the Church-Wellesley Village, as well as the festivities happening at Yonge-Dundas Square. You can also be watching the Parade roll down Yonge Street within a five minute stroll.

65 Dundas Street East  

Cosmopolitan – this exquisite property is an oasis in the heart of the city offering a refuge of intimacy and quiet sophistication from the hustle and bustle of WorldPride shenanigans. All 65 units are mini-suites complete with kitchen and dining room area, perfect for entertaining before or after your Pride adventures. The Wildfire Steakhouse & Wine Bar is also a great meeting spot, located just off the lobby area.

8 Colborne Street  

Eaton Chelsea – this recently renovated property is just off Yonge Street, putting you smack dab in the action right at your door. It’s the largest hotel property in Toronto, and the rooftop pool area makes for a nice break from the Pride festivities. It’s also one of the only hotels with outdoor balcony access, with some offering a glimpse of the Parade from the comfort of your room.

33 Gerrard Street West  

Omni King Edward – historic property offering luxury in a quieter section of the city along swanky King Street East. Ideally situated between downtown, Queen West, and Church-Wellesley Village, this hotel is suited for any King or Queen who wants to be treated like royalty while in Toronto. It’s a frequent habitat of celebrities as well, so have your camera ready.

37 King Street East  

Holiday Inn Downtown – you can’t stay any closer to the Church-Wellesley Village than at this budget hotel. The onsite pool and fitness centre makes it easy for you to refresh and rejuvenate before jumping right back in the action. You’ll also be steps from the Parade route running down Yonge Street, as well as connections to the underground PATH walking and transit systems to easily get where you need to be quickly.

60 Carlton Street  

Strathcona – this independently owned hotel has kept up with the times, combining both style and substance at an affordable price. The downtown location is kitty-corner to Union Station, making it easy to catch local or regional transportation destinations. Walking distance to the new Ripley’s Aquarium and the King Street Theatre District. Both rooms and suites are available to meet your needs.

60 York Street  

Click here for more information or to book any of these available hotels, or contact Rainbow High Vacations directly about your preferred hotel and dates before they are gone.



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