Toronto might not have the scenic views of the West or the je ne sais quoi of Montreal, but with its diverse community, top attractions and urban lifestyle, it’s on the map as Canada’s Downtown. Here are six reasons to fall for Toronto as summer fades into autumn.
The NBA Toronto Raptors play at the Air Canada Centre located a quick five-minute walk from the InterContinental Toronto Centre. Before the game, grab a drink or two and a meal at Azure Restaurant & Bar, located in the hotel. The first Raptors game of the preseason kicks off on Oct. 1.
Fall head over eels this fall with over 16,000 aquatic animals in the heart of Toronto. InterContinental Toronto Centre offers a Ripley’s Aquarium package that includes overnight accommodation, two anytime adult entrance tickets, buffet breakfast at Azure Restaurant & Bar and complimentary Wi-Fi. Ripley’s Aquarium holds a Jazz night every Friday night!
Catch an exhibition of dozens of works by one of the world’s foremost artists working in glass today at the Chihuly exhibit that runs through Jan. 2, 2017. Immerse yourself in a world of color and light.
For only the second time ever, two giant pandas, Er Shun and Da Mao are exhibited in Canada. Meet the Panda Cubs, Er Shun and Da Mao, the zoo’s female giant panda, gave birth to the twins last fall.
Witness the changing fall colors on a walking tour and learn a thing or two about famous High Park. Organized nature walks touch on subjects such as Nuts about Seeds, Alien Invader and Phenomenal Fall.
Great Exchange Rates
The low loonie is the cherry on top when planning an event in Toronto.
Sherine Robinson is concierge at InterContinental Toronto Centre, which offers 584 guest rooms and more than 18,000 sq. ft. of meeting space. Club InterContinental, an exclusive hotel within a hotel, provides three floors with 90 elegantly appointed rooms and suites.