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Toronto Feature Hotels

Where to Stay When Seeing a Show in Toronto

Pantages Hotel Downtown Toronto

Set in the heart of Toronto’s theatre district is The Pantages Hotel. Located at 200 Victoria Street, this hotel is the ideal place to stay for those that are catching a show at one of Toronto’s many live theatre venues. Three of which just happen to be surrounding the Pantages Hotel!

The Elgin Winter Gardens Theatre

The Elgin Winter Gardens Theatre, with a historical past dating to over a hundred years, is a must-experience destination in Toronto. It’s worth taking a tour of its fascinating space as the world’s last operating double-decker theatre complex. Experience the ornate and whimsical design of a bygone era while watching live theatre at it’s finest. You may visit their website to check for shows that are now playing at The Elgin Winter Gardens Theatre.

The Elgin Winter Gardens Theatre is only a 3-minute walk away from the Pantages Hotel in downtown Toronto.

The Ed Mirvish Theatre

This film and play theatre in downtown Toronto is host to some of the best shows to grace the stage. Initially opened in 1920 as The Pantages Theatre, it has undergone a few name changes over the years. Later renamed for a celebrated local business-man, the theatre is home to some of the Broadway’s hottest shows and musicals. Visit the End Mirvish Theatre website to see what’s on stage now.

The Ed Mirvish Theatre is located down the street from The Pantages Hotel,  less than a 1-minute walk away.

Photo credit: Verne Ho

Massey Hall

This internationally famous concert and lecture venue in downtown Toronto is one of the best places to watch live music. The famous red doors on Shuter Street have welcomed guests for over 115 years. Visit their website to learn about the recently completed revitalization project.

Massey Hall is less than a 1-minute walk away from The Pantages Hotel, located directly across the street.

Brian Tige

A born-and-raised Torontonian, Brian is an urban adventurer with a passion for exploring his vibrant city. He loves discovering Toronto’s diverse cultures, culinary delights, and iconic landmarks, from the bustling Kensington Market to the art-filled Distillery District. On weekends, Brian can be found attending festivals at the Harbourfront Centre, tasting the latest food trends, or cheering on local sports teams. A dedicated community member, Brian’s enthusiasm for Toronto inspires others to appreciate the city’s beauty and excitement.