Kid-Friendly Hotel in the Heart of Downtown Toronto
High-end boutiques, upscale restaurants, and world-class museums line the streets near Delta Chelsea Hotel, located in the heart of downtown Toronto. With the hotel as your home base, you can walk to the Toronto Eaton Centre, a glass-enclosed shopping center with more than 230 retailers, then head over to see the Frank Gehry–redesigned Art Gallery of Ontario. Flash your hotel keycard to get discounted entrance to the gallery and a number of other local attractions, including The Second City and Casa Loma.
Kids will enjoy the hotel’s indoor pool with a 130-foot corkscrew water slide, plus a teen lounge with video games, computers, and a ping-pong table. There’s even an all-day childcare service for kids 5–12 (extra fees) that includes games, activities, and meals. The hotel has a few spots for grownups as well, such as the adults-only indoor pool area with panoramic views of downtown. There’s also Elmwood Spa, located right next door to the hotel in a historic brick building. Inside, you can get a facial, massage, or detox body wrap, or simply relax in the swimming pool, whirlpool, and water-balloon-fight arena.
Some guest rooms have city views as well, and all feature pillow-top mattresses, modern furnishings, and free WiFi. In the lobby, four restaurants serve a wide selection of local and international cuisine. Head to Bb33 Bistro & Brasserie for charbroiled Alberta steaks and housemade dungeness crab cakes, or stop by Monarchs Pub for contemporary pub food and live music.
Toronto, Ontario: Walking City with High-End Shopping and World-Class Museums
With a sprawling network of eclectic neighborhoods and miles of waterside parklands, Toronto is known as a wonderful walking city that overflows with cultural treasures. Set on the shores of Lake Ontario, the city’s scenic hiking and walking trails wind along the harbor front. Wintertime visitors may want to visit the skiing and snowboarding hills within a few minutes’ drive of the hotel. Beginning in early December, a number of outdoor ice-skating rinks open up throughout the city.
A northerly stroll through the Fashion District and Chinatown leads to Kensington Market, a bohemian village rife with vintage shops and organic food markets. For haute couture shopping and fine dining, visitors flock to the Bloor-Yorkville neighborhood where modern-art installations and crosswalks lined with memory foam soften the industrial streetscape.
Toronto also serves as home to some of Canada’s best museums, starting with the rare Quebecois religious statuary and the restored Georgian house at The Art Gallery of Ontario. In addition to hosting the country’s largest African and Oceanic art collection, the massive museum curates Italian Baroque sculptures, and historical Canadian art, including contemporary Inuit masterpieces. And science geeks will want to make a stop at the Ontario Science Centre, where they can watch an IMAX film, delve into space at the planetarium, or touch a plasma ball at the Science Arcade.
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- Indoor, adults-only pool and fitness area
- Indoor family pool area with corkscrew water slide
- Kid- and teen-friendly activities
- Four onsite restaurants
- Free WiFi
- Discounts at the spa and other nearby attractions
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The Fine Print
- No-shows will be charged total Groupon rate, no refunds, rescheduling, or rebooking allowed
- Traveler name must match ID at time of check-in
- 48-hour cancellation notice required prior to check-in or reservation is non-refundable
- Must be 19 or older to check in
- Credit card required at check-in
- 13% tax added at purchase
- All prices and charges listed in US Dollars
- Purchases are in US Dollars
- Foreign exchange fee may apply - contact your credit card company for further details.
- Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
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- One king bed, one queen bed, or two double beds
- Standard occupancy: 2
- Maximum occupancy: 2 in one-king or one-queen rooms; 3 in two-double rooms
- Adding occupants above standard: $20 per night for each additional guest 19 or older, no charge for additional guests 18 or younger
- One king bed or two double beds
- Standard occupancy: 2
- Maximum occupancy: 2 in one-king rooms; 4 in two-double rooms
- Adding occupants above standard: $25 per night for each additional guest 19 or older, no charge for additional guests 18 or younger
- Check-in: 3 p.m.
- Check out: 11 a.m.
- Parking: $29/night + taxes, self parking w/ in-out privileges; $39/night + taxes, valet parking w/ in-out privileges; $16/day + taxes, daily self park, no in-out privileges (height restriction of garage is 5 ft., 6 in.)
- Rollaways: not available
- Smoking policy: no smoking inside the property
- Pet policy: pets up to 50 pounds allowed for a $35 fee for the first 5 days. Fee will be applied again after 5 days.
- Accessibility: handicap-accessible rooms are available upon request during booking.
- Room upgrades: upgrades may be available during check-in for an additional cost.
- By plane: about 3 miles (5 km) from Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ); 18 miles (29 km) from Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ)
- By cab: about $23 from YTZ; about $59 from YYZ
- Before international travel, always check the State Department's website for important info on the destination and its entry/exit requirements.
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