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The Residence Inn Toronto Downtown located in the iconic Entertainment District is the ideal home with spacious suites, Wi-Fi points throughout and flexible work space. Maintain your work life balance or unwind with your family in the indoor pool.
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Its a beautiful neighbourhood full of interesting restaurants cafes and old shop buildings.
There are lot of clubs, bars, and restaurants all over the city. The Entertainment district is where you will find the most night time fun!
The lively Entertainment District lives up to its name with everything from buzzy clubs to sports at Air Canada Centre and Rogers Centre. Families head to underwater tunnels at Ripley's Aquarium of Canada and the iconic CN Tower, with its citywide views at the top. The area also hosts musicals at…
Welcome to your stay in the center of Toronto and in Entertainment District. Here you will find all types of restaurants, stores and entertainment venues.
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