TORONTO — The Chelsea Hotel, Toronto makes winter getaways easy and fun, especially for Family Day weekend and March Break.
With 1,590 rooms, the Chelsea Hotel, Toronto is not only Canada’s largest hotel, it’s also one of most centrally located in Toronto, with a convenient location close to all the top downtown attractions.
The hotel has put together a list of eight reasons to visit the Chelsea Hotel, Toronto during the winter season …
. Weekend Wanderer Sale: Explore the city while enjoying weekend stays from $149/night for stays until March 31. Terms and conditions apply.
. Four weekend packages, all with fun themes: breakfast, cookies, pizza or parking. Packages start from $155/night. Terms and conditions apply.
. Earn up to 4X the Aeroplan Miles: Spend the weekend with the Chelsea (Thursday to Sunday) and earn bonus miles. This offer is valid for stays until March 30. Terms and conditions apply.
. Family Day (Feb. 14-17): Clients are welcome to join the Chelsea over Family Day long weekend. Enjoy the hotel’s dedicated Family Fun Zone, featuring downtown Toronto’s only indoor 130-ft waterslide – Corkscrew. Guests can expect free family-friendly activities all weekend long.
. March Break (March 13-22): During March Break, the Chelsea is every family’s playground, with complimentary events and activities all week long, from movies to magic shows and everything in between. Kids ages 12 and under can enjoy a special dinner menu for only $5/meal.
. Winter Warm Up: Enjoy T|bar’s newest cocktail, Will’s Winter Mojito, a summer classic with a winter twist, featuring Lamb’s White Rum, Will’s handcrafted mojito syrup, sweet cranberry juice and club soda, with a burst of fresh mint. For foodies there’s Winterlicious (Jan. 31 – Feb. 13).
. Your Room Key Unlocks More Than Just Your Door: Clients can ask the hotel’s concierge team about the ‘Show Your Key and Save’ program, offering Chelsea guests exclusive discounts to some of Toronto’s top attractions. Included ar the Ontario Science Centre and the Toronto Zoo, which is hosting the Terra Lumina Night Walk, an enchanting 1.5 km light show that runs until April 13.
. Yes, it is possible to enjoy The Great Outdoors in downtown Toronto. The brand new Barbara Ann Scott Ice Trail is located across the street from the hotel, at College Park. Illuminate the dark nights of winter at the Toronto Light Festival, taking place in the Distillery District Jan. 17 – March 1 and featuring 13 acres of light artwork. Also coming up, the first annual Bloor-Yorkville Icefest Scavenger Hunt takes place Feb. 9 – 10. Check out Tourism Toronto’s calendar at seetorontonow.com for more. More hotel details can be found at chelseatoronto.com.