Connecting You to the Best of Downtown Toronto


Centrally located across from City Hall and Nathan Phillips Square, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel is surrounded by Toronto’s top attractions and dining venues. Whether rain or shine, you can get to where you need to be in minutes - our hotel is directly connected to the PATH, a 15-mile underground network of shops, restaurants and services. Spend an afternoon shopping at CF Toronto Eaton Centre, a 5-minute walk from our hotel. Throughout the year, sports fans can enjoy access to major stadiums and arenas, including Scotiabank Arena, Rogers Centre and BMO Field. Arts and entertainment enthusiasts can check out the Ed Mirvish Theatre or the iconic Art Gallery of Ontario. Learn and explore like a local.

On-Site Outlets
Fitness Center

Sheraton Fitness

Our state-of-the-art fitness center is located on the 3rd Floor.


Our Indoor-Outdoor Pool is open year-round

Mon-Fri: 6:00 AM-10:00 PM

Sat-Sun: 7:00 AM-10:00 PM


Towels provided


Lifeguard on Duty

Rogers Centre

Enjoy easy access to the Rogers Centre from Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel. We're located right near this dynamic entertainment and sporting arena, which is world-renowned for its state-of-the-art architecture and design. Formerly known as SkyDome and home of the Toronto Blue Jays baseball team, the Rogers Centre is also the location of a variety of concerts, trade shows, conventions and more. In fact, more than 60 million people have visited the Rogers Centre since its opening, rendering it one of Toronto's top three tourist attractions.

Rogers Centre

Nathan Phillips Square

Visit the iconic TORONTO sign at Nathan Phillips Square, located across the street from our hotel. Home to Toronto’s City Hall, Nathan Phillips Square welcomes visitors to special events and activities year round, including Farmers’ Market, Cavalcade of Lights Festival, Winter Skating Rink, New Year’s Celebrations and more.

Nathan Phillips Square

Treat yourself to a premier shopping mall experience at Cadillac Fairview Toronto Eaton Centre when you stay at Sheraton Centre Toronto. Our hotel puts you just minutes from over 250 best-in-class retailers, restaurants, and services. This iconic retail destination is the first Canadian shopping centre to feature both Nordstrom & Saks Fifth Avenue.
Toronto Eaton Centre is located at 220 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON, M5B 2H1, approximately a 5-minute walk away.

The Ed Mirvish Theatre opened its doors in 1920 as Canada's largest and most elegant theatre, welcoming guests to both motion pictures and vaudeville performances. In 1989, after an extensive renovation to restore the theatre's original 1920s splendor, the theatre reopened with a stunning performance of The Phantom of the Opera and has maintained its status as a staple of local theatre.

Scotiabank Arena, formerly known as Air Canada Centre, is a multi-purposed arena located on Bay Street in the South Core district of Downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Getting to the Game 

It is conveniently accessible from the Sheraton Centre Toronto by the PATH, making it an ideal destination for guests staying at the hotel. Scotiabank Arena is the proud home of the Toronto Raptors of the National Basketball Association and the Toronto Maple Leafs of the National Hockey League, making it a must-see destination for sports fans visiting Toronto.

Conveniently Located

Sheraton Centre Toronto is conveniently located in the centre of the city and within close proximity to the city's top entertainment destinations.

Entertainment Destinations
Princess of Wales Theatre

The Princess of Wales theatre opened in 1993 with a dramatic performance of Miss Saigon. Featuring one of the deepest and widest stages in North America, the theatre combines modern design elements with the elegance and intimacy of a 19th century theatre to create a memorable space.

Royal Alexandra Theatre

As the oldest continually operating theatre in North America, the Royal Alexandra opened its doors in 1907. Named in honor of the Danish princess of the same name; the Royal Alexandra is the only true "royal" theatre in North America. Today the theatre is recognized as a National Historic Monument and has welcomed nearly 3,000 performances.