Sheraton Toronto Airport Hotel & Conference Centre

Address: 801 Dixon Road, Toronto, Ontario, M9W 1J5, Canada | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the The Elms area of Toronto, is near McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Panorama, Entertainment District, and Royal Woodbine Golf Club.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Sheraton Toronto Airport Hotel & Conference Centre

      Best place in Toronto


      Spent the weekend with our two kids. It was absolutely wonderful. This used to be the Delta Airport but has been extensively upgraded. Lovely decor, beautiful rooms, very pleasant staff and wonderful breakfast. If possible get the breakfast added on to your room fare. It was an extra $ 10 pp and kids were free. I am not usually a fan of buffet breakfasts but this was extraordinary, omelets made to order,seafood, fresh squeezed juices, lovely pastries, fresh fruit as well as the usual breakfast fare.

      I go to the Toronto Airport region frequently and this is by far the nicest place I've stayed.

      A great place to stay.


      A friend and I stayed here for a night and loved it. We are both visually impaired and the staff were very helpful in guiding us and showing us where the public areas were. They made us feel right at home. The pool is above average and has a deep end for a good work out swim. the restaurant is pleasant and not too expensive although we only had cocktails and hors d'oeuvres. The bed was simply heavenly and the shower head had multiple settings for the ultimate rejuvenating shower.

      Amazing staff and attention to detail


      Has really started to outperform all the other Toronto airport hotels. From the time you show up at the front door until you leave, they make you feel at home. A real pleasure for those of us who spend a lot of time in hotels.

      Great deals on nice hotel


      Got this for around $40 on priceline twice in July - probably my best priceline deal ever. Didnt have time to sample facilities but got a quiet room, with reasonable airport pick up once and easy car navigation the second time. One big plus is free wi fi in the lobby (cable connections in rooms but not sure if you have to pay). Only downside was paying for car parking.

      Great for business


      I stayed in this hotel for business in mid-July 2005. I found it to be well above average for an airport hotel.

      The room was clean and the bed surprisingly comfortable. Large TV. Plush towels. Great shower. Prompt and friendly service.

      The conference center was excellent. The conference rooms had very comfortable chairs. Service was outstanding. Last-minute changes were handled quickly and with a smile. One of the best meeting experiences I've had.

      Food was fine -- not outstanding but certainly acceptable.

      My only complaint was lack of a mini-bar in the room. There are vending machines and the gift shop sells water and does accept US funds.

      Great Airport Hotel!


      I stayed for 1 night in May 2005

      - Excellent Hotel, was amazed at the new feel of the lobby, room, etc. given that it is an Airport Hotel with high occupancy.

      - Comfortable Bed

      - Friendly staff & check in took ~1 minute

      - I normally stay @ Westin, Hyatt, Renaissance, etc and this was a nice room for a reasonable rate.

      - If you can't stay at the Sheraton attached to the Airport, this is a close 2nd.

      I would stay here again.

      Hope this is helpful.

      Businessman point of view


      I had a one night stay at the Renaissance Toronto Airport on 4/28/05. It was ok and more like a typical /average marriott in the U.S. not a Renaissance property. The room was very average and a bit worn with no mini bar. The bathroom room was holiday inn small but adequate. I will say the restaurant was very good and good room service. It is way overpriced for what the hotel offers but it is just down the road from the airport. I would stay elsewhere for $249 per night...not a good value in my opinion. Also they were having trouble with the fire alarm and woke everyone up at 2:45am because of malfunction and then just said sorry about that...alot of people were pretty upset for about 1/2 hour while they finally got the alarm shut off!

      Beautiful Hotel - Great Surroundings and rooms


      Wow, this hotel was a supprise. I was disappointed I did not stay here my entire trip to Toronto. Nicer than many of the 4 star downtown hotels. It is perfect, fireplaces, beautiful round swimming pool. The entire hotel looks new. The staff are great and catered to our every need.

      When I go back to Toronto I am staying here.

      Great property!


      One of the nicest Renaissance properties I have ever stayed at. The hotel has just undergone a complete top to bottom renovation and is beautiful. It's a perfect example of what Marriott is trying to do with this chain.

      Room was big and spacious, very stylish and sparkling clean. The lobby and public areas were also really nicely decorated.

      The restaurant and bar were quite good, and there are lots of other food options nearby off-site.

      I was a little worried about the location right under the air traffic but the room was really quiet and I slept like a baby.

      Highly recommended, looking forward to going back.

      Really impressive!


      Booked this hotel late. Recently refurbished in a modern contemporary style the hotel was spotless (the pictures on the website do not do the hotel justice....were these pre refurbishment?!). For a corporate hotel this represents real value for money. Service and the breakfast were excellent. A really pleasant surprise find!

      TripAdvisor Reviews Sheraton Toronto Airport Hotel & Conference Centre

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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