Celebrate Canada’s 151st Birthday

Celebrate Canada’s 151st birthday in the heart of downtown Toronto at The Adelaide Hotel. Stay two nights and receive the second night for only $151 CAD with guaranteed late checkout at 1:51pm.

Package Inclusions:

– Second Night at $151 CAD
– Canada-themed welcome amenity
– Late checkout at 1:51pm

– Stay dates: May 22 to Sept 2
– Book dates: May 22 to July 1


Top Events

Toronto Pride

June 1 to 24, 2018

One of the largest Pride celebrations in the world, Toronto Pride has an estimated attendance of over 1 million people. It includes a special Family Pride program, Trans Pride, the Dyke March and the famous and fabulous Pride Parade.

Luminato Festival

June 6 to 24, 2018

Each June the Luminato Festival transforms theatres, parks and public spaces across the city and creates a home for artists to play, share and create.

TD Toronto Jazz Festival

June 22 to July 1, 2018

Delivering the sounds of the world’s greatest jazz musicians from the quaint and most intimate of venues to large concert halls, the TD Toronto Jazz Festival should be part of your summer calendar.


July 6 to 22, 2018

Three course, prix-fixe menus offered by some of the finest chefs in the city. Check out several of the over 200 participating restaurants and you can experience an amazing array of culinary excellence. Bon Appetit!

Beaches International Jazz Festival

July 6 to 29, 2018

Unfolding each summer in the heart of the lakeside neighbourhood, this celebration of music features a dynamic musical roster, multiple stages and even an enticing line-up of gourmet food trucks.

Toronto Caribbean Carnival

July/August 2018 (dates to be announced)

An exciting cultural explosion of Caribbean music, cuisine, revelry and visual and performing arts. Over fifty years it has become a major international event and the largest cultural festival of its kind in North America.

Honda Indy Toronto

July 13 to 15, 2018

Among the most respected motorsports events in North America, Honda Indy Toronto features a week-long festival-like atmosphere that attracts top drivers and includes the fastest racing series on the planet.

Rogers Cup presented by National Bank

August 4 to 12, 2018

The top tennis players in the world come to Toronto to compete for the prestigious Rogers Cup trophy and over $3 million in prize money.

Taste of the Danforth

August 10 to 12, 2018

Bringing the delectable cuisine of Greece out of local restaurants and into the streets, Greektown hosts this hugely popular event every year. There’s more souvlaki than you can shake a stick at!

Canadian National Exhibition (CNE)

August 17 to September 3, 2018

This annual fair heralds the end of summer and is a tradition for generations of Canadians and visitors. Midway rides, live music and crazy culinary concoctions are fun for everyone!

Fan Expo Canada

August 30 to September 2, 2018

Four days of celebrity guests and exciting family-friendly events await at Fan Expo Canada.


Top Concerts

Depeche Mode

June 11
Air Canada Centre

Paul Simon

June 12
Air Canada Centre

Harry Styles

June 16
Air Canada Centre

Sam Smith

June 18
Air Canada Centre

Aretha Franklin in Concert

June 28
Sony Centre

Gordon Lightfoot

June 29 & 30
Massey Hall

Shania Twain

July 6 & 7
Air Canada Centre


July 15 & 17
Air Canada Centre


July 19 & 20
Air Canada Centre

Bryan Adams

August 3
Air Canada Centre

Taylor Swift

August 3 & 4
Rogers Centre

Arctic Monkeys

August 5
Air Canada Centre


August 7
Air Canada Centre

The Smashing Pumpkins

August 8
Air Canada Centre

Ed Sheeran

August 30-31
Rogers Centre

Family Activities

Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada

Toronto’s newest attraction is Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada, with underwater creatures and habitats from across the globe. Over 15,000 species from around the world are on display, including jellyfish, tropical fish, seahorses, stingrays and sand tiger sharks.

Royal Ontario Museum

You’ll never run out of fun and fantastic things to do at the ROM, Canada’s largest museum of world cultures and natural history. Explore Ancient Egypt, dig for dinosaur bones, see the rare white rhino and a live coral reef, or become a medieval knight in our CIBC Discovery Gallery.

CN Tower

Defining Toronto’s skyline at 553.33m (1,815 ft., 5 in.), Canada’s National Tower is an architectural triumph and world-renowned dining and entertainment destination. Breathtaking views from Look Out, Glass Floor and Sky Pod, the world’s highest glass-fronted elevator featuring glass floor panels.

Ontario Science Centre

Innovative, informative and entertaining centre with hundreds of interactive exhibits, daily demonstrations and educational programs. Ignite young imaginations at KidSpark, especially designed for toddlers and kids up to 8 years.

Hockey Hall of Fame

Breakaway to the Hockey Hall of Fame where an action-packed line-up of exciting games, contests and activity stations, where you can test your hockey skills in the simulated rink.

Canada’s Wonderland

Canada’s Wonderland is home to the most exhilarating collection of rides and roller coasters in all of Canada! Test your level of thrill being spun 360 degrees on Riptide, or free falling 230 feet on Drop Tower!

Toronto Zoo

Visit over 5,000 animals. Be thrilled by the Amazing Discovery Zone,” featuring the “Kids Zoo”, “Splash Island” and the “Great Barrier Reef Exhibit”.

Medieval Times

Enjoy a feast while knights on horseback compete to win the hand of the princess.



Toronto Blue Jays

See Major League Baseball at its finest in the heart of the city. Rogers Centre and its awesome retractable roof is home to our “boys of summer,” the Toronto Blue Jays.

Toronto FC

Get your GOOOOOAAAAALS with the Toronto FC. This 2017 MLS Championship team plays its home games at BMO Field so be sure to proudly wear your red and white scarf (or shirt or hat) and get into the spirit.

Toronto Argonauts

Huddle up with the Boatmen as the Toronto Argonauts hit the field starting in August. Fans of these Canadian Football League legends can be identified by their double blue and the call of “Arrrrrrgoooooos” that rings through the streets long after the game is over.

Toronto Wolfpack

The newest pro sports team in Toronto, the Wolfpack is Canada’s first professional rugby team. See up close one of the world’s most exciting sports then hang out with the players afterwards in true rugby fashion.



Toronto Eaton Centre

Conveniently located downtown on Yonge Street between Queen and Dundas, this stylish mall is a Toronto landmark.

Stroll beneath the spectacular glass galleria and exploring the more than 230 retailers, restaurants and services. Start off at Hudson’s Bay on Queen Street (the company’s flagship location) where you can find high-end designer items in The Room, a Saks Fifth Avenue as well as mid-priced merchandise throughout the store.

Yorkville Village

Make your way to Toronto’s most upscale shopping district – Bloor-Yorkville, also known as the “Mink Mile.”

In Yorkville Village, Bloor-Yorkville’s high-end shopping centre, sought-after fashion brands are ripe for the picking at specialty boutiques like Marina Rinaldi, NANNI and Via Cavour. You can also venture outside of the mall and explore the many designer stores lining Bloor Street – Tiffany & Co., Prada, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Holt Renfrew, Hermes, Gucci and Hazelton Lanes to name a few.

Yorkdale Shopping Centre

Take a short drive (or subway ride) northwest to Yorkdale Shopping Centre. This mall packs an impressive range of merchandise – everything from books to toys to fashion to kitchenware – into its 250-plus stores.

In addition to an array of fashion and accessory stores, Yorkdale has recently opened its doors to unique retailers like The LEGO Store and Zara Home.

Distillery District

Built in the 1860s, Toronto’s Distillery District was once the largest working distillery in the world. Now Distillery District Toronto Shopping is all about galleries, design, one of a kind accessories and clothing.

Plus fabulous patios and gourmet food.

Kensington Market

If you’re someone who wants to get away from high-rises and department stores – if you don’t want to shop at The Gap or drink coffee at Starbucks, Kensington Market offers a nice respite from the usual big commercial trappings.

Adjacent to Chinatown, Kensington Market has a plethora of retro shops, cheap and used clothing stores, cool cafes, furniture shops, great restaurants, and a variety of ethnic and organic produce stores.

Queen Street West

Named the second coolest neighborhood in the world by Vogue magazine, the uber-trendy two-kilometer Queen Street strip between Bathurst and Gladstone is home to some of the city’s most cutting edge boutiques among

the art galleries and hip bars and restaurants. Shoppers can be sure that the street style around these parts will be as intriguing as what is in the stores. 

The Queen Street West area has, in fact, become so popular that the truly bohemian have moved even further west to what is now known as West Queen West.

Night Out

Night Out

Come From Away

Until January 20
Royal Alexandra Theatre

It’s been called the “edge of the world.” The weather is wild, but the locals never lack for warmth. And it’s here, in Newfoundland, where a remote town became the epicenter of

a remarkable true story filled with unusual characters, unexpected camaraderie and uncommon generosity.

Motown the Musical

Princess of Wales Theatre
May 22 to June 3, 2018

It began as one man’s story… became everyone’s music… and is now Broadway’s musical. MOTOWN THE MUSICAL is the true American dream story of Motown founder Berry Gordy’s journey

from featherweight boxer to the heavyweight music mogul who launched the careers of Diana Ross, Michael Jackson, Smokey Robinson and many more.

The Phantom of the Opera

Princess of Wales Theatre
June 7-30, 2018

Cameron Mackintosh’s spectacular new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA will come to Toronto as part of a brand new North American Tour.

Critics are raving that this breathtaking production is “bigger and better than ever before” and features a brilliant new scenic design.

Bar Chef Cocktail Bar

Rated by Food and Wine Magazine as one of the “top seven new and innovative bars in the world”. Co-owner Frankie Solarik is a pioneer of the modernist and contemporary approach to cocktails. The signature Vanilla & Hickory Smoked Manhattan is quite theatrical and comes with a hefty $45 price tag.

BarChef offers a minimal snack menu, cheese, and charcuterie.

Reservoir Lounge Jazz Bar

In the heart of downtown Toronto, The Reservoir Lounge is one of the hippest lounges in the city. Exposed brick walls and dim lighting give this basement venue a relaxed martini-swirling vibe, but don’t be fooled – once the band takes the stage the dance floor abounds with energy.

It was at The Reservoir Lounge that a young unknown named Michael Bublé first made a name for himself.

The Rex Jazz Bar

At The Rex you can catch live jazz seven days a week. Here, local luminaries like Rich Brown and Don Thompson share the stage with international acts such as Snarky Puppy. With its full lineup of fine musicians, casual atmosphere and affordable drink menu,

The Rex has been the go-to spot for jazz on Queen West for over 40 years.

Richmond Station Restaurant

Reservations are strongly advised at this busy and uncomplicated farm-to-table restaurant, brainchild of celebrity Top Chef Canada winner, Carl Heinrich. The eclectic menu is simple but gratifying,

priced right and complemented by a well-paired wine list and daily chalkboard specials.

Hoof Cocktail Bar

Classic and modern libations, addictive bar snacks and a beautiful environment. They also offer a nice wine and beer list, but you should probably have a cocktail. Cozy seasonal patio.

Baro Restaurant

Baro is where traditional Latin Culture and cuisine is reimagined with distinct modern flair and becomes something entirely it’s own.

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