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  • Central location in the heart of the Entertainment District
  • Spacious rooms with contemporary decor, high-tech amenities, and peek-a-boo showers
  • Free Wi-Fi, continental breakfasts, and cappuccino bar in the library
  • Kid-friendly hotel with a children’s library and babysitting services
  • Victor Restaurant and Lounge features sustainable, organic cuisine served family style
  • Small, but bright and modern 24-hour fitness center, with an outdoor putting green and a massage room
  • Rooftop terrace with great city views
  • Dog-friendly


  • Fee for valet parking
  • Loud nightclub across the street
  • Some rooms are showing signs of wear and tear

Bottom Line

This 122-room boutique hotel is centrally located in the heart of the Entertainment District. Large rooms come with contemporary decor and luxe amenities (like Bose stereos and Molton Brown toiletries), but the highlights are the stylish peek-a-boo showers and the comfy beds. The property boasts a bunch of great perks, including a rooftop terrace, an outdoor putting green, and free cappuccinos and continental breakfasts -- but there’s a loud nightclub open in the weekends across the street, and some rooms are showing signs of wear and tear.

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In the heart of the Entertainment District, within walking distance of major tourist sites and restaurants

Map of Hotel Le Germain Toronto

Located in Toronto's Entertainment District, and blocks away from the Financial District and the waterfront, Le Germain sits near popular sites like the CN Tower, which offers spectacular city views from its observation deck, and Rogers Centre, which is home to Canada's only Major League Baseball team.

Once an industrial park, Toronto's Entertainment District is now a bustling area filled with nightclubs, theaters, and music venues. Highlights include the Roy Thomson Hall, home of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra and the Toronto Film Festival, and the 12.7-acre Rogers Centre development that features the Toronto Blue Jays' stadium.

The nearby Financial District is composed of skyscrapers occupied by law firms, corporate headquarters, and offices, while the Distillery District is one of Toronto's historic gems. The district got its name from the Gooderham and Worts Distillery, formerly in operation in the area as the largest distillery in the world. Claiming the largest sample of Victorian-era architecture in North America, the Distillery District is a cultural hotspot that features numerous shops, restaurants, and art galleries.

  • 25-minute drive to Pearson International Airport
  • 7-minute walk to Roy Thomson Hall
  • 10-minute walk to CN Tower
  • 10-minute walk to Rogers Centre
  • 15-minute walk to restaurants and bars on Yonge Street
  • 15-minute walk to Air Canada Centre
  • 20-minute walk to Eaton Centre, a huge shopping mall that's one of Toronto's most popular attractions
  • 12-minute subway ride to Queen’s Park and the University of Toronto campus
  • 15-minute subway ride to Bloor Street, lined with shops, historic sites, and theaters
  • 15-minute subway ride to the Royal Ontario Museum
  • 10-minute drive or a 20-minute subway ride to the Distillery District
  • 15-minute drive or a 25-minute subway ride to Casa Loma, a Gothic Revival style mansion and museum

Rooms and Rates

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Key Features
Fitness Center
Pets Allowed
Hotel Services
Dry Cleaning
Free Breakfast
Room Service
Pets Allowed
Family Services
Babysitting Services
Kids Allowed
Things to Do
Business Center
Fitness Center
Room Features
Air Conditioner
Full Kitchen
Mini Bar (with liquor)
Separate Bedroom / Living Room Space
30 Mercer Street, Toronto, Ontario M5V 1H3, Canada
Phone (416) 345-9500
Room Types
  • Apartment Suite
  • Deluxe Room
  • Executive Suite 709
  • Executive Suite 710
  • Executive Suite 711
  • Luxury Room
  • Superior Room

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