Courtyard Toronto Northeast/Markham

7095 Woodbine Avenue, Markham, Ontario L3R 1A3 Canada
+1 905-474-0444

Settle into comfort and convenience at our Markham hotel.

Rewards Category 3 Points needed per night

Discover the excitement of the city around the Courtyard Toronto Northeast Markham. Our hotel places you close to the top attractions and hospitals such as the Ontario Science Centre, Toronto Zoo, North York General and Scarborough General Hospitals. With a convenient location in Markham close to all major highways, Richmond Hill, Scarborough, North York and Thornhill getting around here could not be easier. Unwind from your day in our spacious rooms and suites with complimentary WIFI and access to our premium cable channels. Get a peaceful nights’ sleep in our comfortable beds with crisp linens and fluffy pillows before starting your morning with a refreshing dip in our sparkling indoor pool. If you would like to maintain your active lifestyle while on the go, we feature a 24- hour fitness centre equipped with cardio machines and free weights. Whether in town for business or pleasure, enjoy a relaxing and memorable stay at the Courtyard Toronto Northeast Markham.

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Key Amenities

  • Free high-speed internet
  • Fitness center
  • Pool
  • Full service spa


  • We have a business centre available for those visiting Toronto and need to do some work.

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  • The Bistro offers healthy choices, a variety of breakfast and dinner options, an evening bar, and specialty beverages made with Starbucks® coffee.

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  • Looking for the perfect location to host your business or social event, consider the us. With 5 modern meeting rooms for your convenience.

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