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Recommended Hotels for UFC 297 in Toronto

Here are the recommended hotels to stay at in Toronto for UFC 297 at the Scotiabank Arena on Saturday, January 20, 2024.

If you didn’t manage to get tickets, there are still some great pubs and restaurants to watch the fight live at and have a great experience while enjoying all that downtown Toronto has to offer!

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UFC 297 at Scotiabank Arena

Scotiabank Arena will be hosting the first UFC fight to go down in Toronto since 2018 – and there are five hotels nearby to host you (and your party) when you arrive for the main event!

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Pantages Hotel

Located steps from Yonge-Dundas Square in the heart of Toronto’s theatre district, enjoy a sophisticated stay in Downtown Toronto.

We recommend the City Queen and City King rooms for a short stay, but if you’re staying in town for longer and want extra space to stretch out, book the Deluxe King Suite.

It’s a 25-minute walk to Scotiabank Arena, so walk 4 minutes north to the Dundas subway station and take the subway down to Union station, where it’s another 4-minute walk to the arena.

Novotel Toronto Centre

Get ready to Relax and Recharge before the big event – the Novotel Toronto Centre features newly renovated rooms and great amenities like an indoor pool, sauna and fitness centre.

The Superior Two Queen rooms are perfect for stays with friends, or book the Premiere Executive for a little extra luxury during your trip.

Located just a 10-minute walk to Scotiabank Arena.

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Photo credit: @radissonblutoronto

Radisson Blu Toronto Downtown

Flying in for the night? Radisson Blu is just 5 minutes away from Billy Bishop Airport, so you can check in and drop your luggage before heading out – and, it’s pet friendly.

Book the Lake View suites to enjoy views of the Harbourfront during your stay!

Located just a 13-minute walk to Scotiabank Arena

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Photo credit: @theanndorehouse

The Anndore House

Just off the beaten path, The Anndore House feels more like a home than a hotel, with comfortable rooms and great extras like a restaurant, cafe, and barbershop in the lobby.

We recommend the Loft rooms – the perfect size for any length of stay!

It’s a 40-minute walk to Scotiabank Arena, so head north to the Bloor-Yonge subway station, and take the subway south to Union station. From there, it’s just a 4 minute walk to Scotiabank Arena.

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Hotel Victoria

Look no further than the Hotel Victoria for a stay that feels vibrant, welcoming and modern, with a sense of lived-in history.

Travelling with a friend? The Standard Double Twin room is perfect for two!

The Hotel Victoria is a 10-minute walk to Scotiabank Arena

Alex Martin

Alex, a true culinary connoisseur hailing from Toronto, has dedicated his life to exploring the world of flavors and sharing his gastronomic adventures with fellow food enthusiasts. With an insatiable appetite for both the traditional and the avant-garde, Alex leaves no dish untried and no ingredient unexplored. His refined palate and adventurous spirit have taken him on countless culinary journeys, from the bustling streets of global metropolises to the hidden gems of rural villages. A natural-born storyteller, Alex has a knack for sharing his experiences in a way that both educates and inspires others. When he’s not busy sampling the latest gastronomic delights, Alex can be found hosting supper clubs, collaborating with local chefs, and leading guided food tours, all in the name of connecting people through the universal language of food.