Radisson Hotel near Local Attractions in Downtown Toronto
From the underwater exhibits at the Toronto Zoo to the soaring sights from atop the CN Tower, the Radisson Hotel Admiral Toronto Harbourfront is within easy reach of the most exciting local attractions. Stay in downtown Toronto at this convenient hotel to be within walking distance of Maple Leaf games at the Air Canada Centre, Blue Jays games at the Rogers Center and harbourfront events. Take your family to the inspiring Royal Ontario Museum and Art Gallery of Ontario, or spend the afternoon shopping along Queens Street. When you've wrapped up your last meeting
, unwind with a show at the Sony Centre for Performing Arts or visit the Hockey Hall of Fame to see the prized Stanley Cup. Whether business or pleasure brings you to Toronto, you can't beat the perfect location of this Radisson hotel.
Check out these nearby attractions:
- Harbourfront Centre (0.1 km)
Rent a canoe, tour the Toronto Music Garden or participate in the latest festival at this culturally rich attraction.
Phone: +1 (416) 973-4000
- Air Canada Centre (0.9 km)
Sports enthusiasts should be sure to stop by the ACC, which you may hear referred to as "The Hangar," and join in the excitement of a Toronto Raptors basketball game or Toronto Maple Leafs hockey game. This venue also hosts concerts and conventions.
Phone: +1 (416) 815-5500
- CN Tower (0.9 km)
When this famous landmark was completed in 1976, it was the tallest free-standing structure in the world. Come marvel at its size and take a gander at the city from atop one of the modern Seven Wonders of the World.
Phone: +1 (416) 868-6937
- Metro Toronto Convention Centre (0.9 km)
This 600,000-square-foot facility has the unique honor of having hosted both a G20 and G7 Summit. Featuring 64 meeting rooms, a 1,330-seat theatre and two ballrooms, this convention facility frequently features trade shows, markets and major speaking events.
Phone: +1 (416) 585-8000
- Rogers Centre (0.9 km)
Located at the base of the CN Tower, the Rogers Centre is the home of baseball's Toronto Blue Jays and the Canadian Football League's Toronto Argonauts. Its retractable dome means that no game, concert or convention will ever be rained out.
Phone: +1 (416) 341-1000
- Union Station (1.4 km)
For easy traveling within the city, join the quarter of a million passengers who utilize this station for public transportation every day. Regular monthly tours are also available.
Phone: +1 (416) 917-8220
- Hockey Hall of Fame (1.6 km)
From the revered Stanley cup to fun, interactive exhibits, the Hockey Hall of Fame pays tribute to Canada's national pastime.
Phone: +1 (416) 360-7765
- Sony Centre for the Performing Arts (1.6 km)
Marvel at this perfect example of mid-twentieth century Modern architecture before you step inside for a concert, comedy show or theatrical performance.
Phone: +1 (416) 368-6161
- Allstream Centre (2.2 km)
The Radisson is the closest hotel to the Allstream Centre, Toronto's newest and "greenest" conference centre. Public transportation in front of the hotel will take guests directly to the facility.
Phone: +1 (416) 263-3000
- Direct Energy Centre (2.2 km)
The hotel is also the closest hotel to the Direct Energy Centre. Public transportation is available directly in front of the hotel and will take guests to the centre.
Phone: +1 (416) 263-3000
- Eaton Centre (2.2 km)
The third-largest mall in the country, the centre contains more than 250 shops and services. When you're finishing shopping above ground, head to the PATH entrance and explore Toronto's underground shops.
Phone: +1 (416) 598-8560
- Roy Thomson Hall (2.2 km)
From the Toronto International Film Festival to the Toronto Symphony Orchestra and Toronto Mendelssohn Choir, this distinctive, versatile concert hall frequently hosts major events and the world's best performers.
Phone: +1 (416) 872-4255
- Art Gallery of Ontario (2.8 km)
One of North America's largest art museums, AGO boasts more than 68,000 pieces, more than half of which were crafted by Canadians. Exhibits span the last two millennia and include an impressive range of European and African art.
Phone: +1 (416) 979-6648
- Royal Ontario Museum (4.1 km)
The intrigue begins before you even enter the museum: the original ornate building has been combined with the Deconstructivist Crystal structure to create a remarkable entrance. Once inside, you'll be fascinated by the array of cultural and natural history artifacts.
Phone: +1 (416) 586-8000
- Toronto Zoo (37 km)
Toronto's award-winning zoo is the third largest in the world. With more than 5,000 animals and 460 species divided into six different geographical zones, this renowned attraction is truly a walk on the wild side.
Phone: +1 (416) 392-5929