Chelsea Hotel, Toronto and One Night’s Stay Giveaway

Chelsea Queen Room at Chelsea Hotel, Toronto
Chelsea Queen Room at Chelsea Hotel, Toronto

Many Torontonians are familiar with The Chelsea Hotel, Toronto located at Gerrard and Yonge Streets. Located right around the corner from the popular Toronto Eaton Centre has made The Chelsea Hotel, Toronto a favourite hotel of residents and visitors to Toronto alike. In 2015, celebrating its 40th year, The Chelsea Hotel, Toronto undertook a major renovation, updating 750 of its guest rooms, as well as the hotel lobby, meeting rooms and restaurants. If you’re looking for things to do in Toronto, we’re giving away a one night’s stay for two in one of the newly-renovated Chelsea rooms (see giveaway details below).

Chelsea Queen Room at Chelsea Hotel, Toronto
Chelsea Queen Room at Chelsea Hotel, Toronto

Renovated Chelsea Rooms

Decorated in soothing neutrals, Chelsea Rooms feature queen, king or two double beds, start at 275 square feet, include hotel-wide free Wi-Fi, LCD flat screen TV, iron and ironing board, in-room safe, Pharmacopia natural and organic bodycare products, hair dryer, windows that open, blackout drapes and room service.

Chelsea Hotel, Toronto Amenities

The Chelsea Hotel, Toronto is a full-service hotel with first class amenities including the adult-only, Deck 27 indoor swimming pool, heated whirlpool, men’s and women’s saunas, fitness centre and seasonal outdoor sundeck. The Family Fun Zone features an indoor family swimming pool and waterslide, a Kids Centre with arts and educational activities, and a Teen Lounge with LCD flat-screen TVs, a foosball, Xbox 360s, pool table and air hockey.

Chelsea Hotel, Toronto Restaurants

You’ll have many dining options at the Chelsea Hotel, Toronto including fine dining at the T| Bar Restaurant, drinks and a casual menu at Monarchs Pub, quick meals at Market Garden On The Go, wine and espresso tasting at express| o coffe and wine bar and all-day dining at the outdoor Market Garden.

Staying at The Chelsea Hotel, Toronto means you are only steps away from the Toronto Eaton Centre, world-famous Yonge Street and Yonge-Dundas Square, eclectic restaurants on Elm Street, the Ed Mirvish Theatre and Massey Hall. You’ll be able to enjoy many things to do in Toronto from your central location at Bay and Gerrard Streets.

Consider the renovated Chelsea Hotel, Toronto for your next visit to Toronto.

The Chelsea Hotel, Toronto, 33 Gerrard Street West, Toronto, 416-595-1975 or 1-800-CHELSEA.

Chelsea Hotel, Toronto Giveaway

Win a one night’s stay for two in a Chelsea Room at the newly-renovated Chelsea Hotel, Toronto. Gift certificate expires March 26, 2016. Room is subject to availability and blackout dates.

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  1. I think going up the cn tower would be neat, but would probably make me sick since I’m petrified of heights.. I will have to go once in my lifetime.

  2. It’s been 25 years since I’ve stayed at the Delta Chelsea. I’d love to return to Toronto to see how it’s progressed since then.

  3. This would be perfect for a second honeymoon! My husband and I haven’t been out on our own since our Triplets were born SIX YEARS ago. It’s time.

    I’d visit with my family and inlaws and take a trip to the top of the CN Tower.

    Thanks for the chance.

    Besos, Sarah

  4. Would love love love to visit the rotating restaurant on top of the CN tower! I imagine it to be very beautiful and such a unique experience

  5. I’d visit Ripley’s Aquarium and St. Lawrence Market. I’d also visit a bunch of little cafes and do some shopping at lush!

  6. Would love to visit Toronto and take in a few shows at the Ed Mirvish Theatre & do some shopping at the fabulous Eaton Centre! Also thinking an evening of fine dining at Chelsea’s T Bar Restaurant would be the perfect way to celebrate my special upcoming wedding anniversary!

  7. My hubby and I like going to Toronto for the day sometimes to browse the furniture stores. That’s what we’d do 🙂

  8. I would love to visit Ripley’s Aquarium with my family. We have never been there before! Thank you so much for the opportunity!!! 🙂

  9. Ripley’s Aquarium, CN Tower and Casa Loma would be some of the places I would visit. There is so much to see and do in Toronto.

  10. There is so much to do in Toronto… First I would love to visit Ripley’s Aquarium, the ROM, catch a play. The possibilities are endless

  11. I would love to visit the Distillery District. I have never been and it looks like it has so much to offer…..from dining to cafe’s and entertainment.

  12. Toronto has so much to offer! Hmmm …I would start with the Harbourfront Centre, the Distillery District & Yonge-Dundas Square.

  13. My parents actually live in Toronto so they would be my first visit! Next would be a trip over to the Toronto Islands so I could take in the gorgeous Toronto skyline

  14. The CN Tower, the Blue Jays, and the museums! So much rich culture and history to explore – and this is the perfect location from which to explore all that Toronto has to offer!

  15. I would love to visit the CN tower, the new aquarium, then browse around the Eaton Ctr before going out for a great meal.

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