Accommodation

Fairmont Royal York

100 Front Street West
Toronto, Ontario
Canada M5J 1E3

The special group rate for Meeting of the Minds delegates is $309/night single/double occupancy (plus 13% HST and 4% MAT), and includes complimentary guestroom internet access.

A limited number of Fairmont Signature Suites are also available at the special rate of $399/night single/double occupancy (plus 13% HST and 4% MAT), including complimentary internet access.

Please do not delay making your guestroom reservation by telephone or online. Reservations must be confirmed with the Fairmont Royal York on or before Monday, October 3, 2022 to qualify for our group rate, after which date guestrooms may be reserved on a space- and rate-available basis only.

The group rate is applicable 10/30/22 through 11/08/22 subject to availability.

ONLINE Reservations

To reserve online, click the following Fairmont Royal York link, Book your group rate for Meeting of the Minds.

Phone Reservations

Call 1-800-663-7229 and refer to Meeting of the Minds to qualify for the special group rate. 

Check-in and Check-out

  • Check in: 4:00 PM
  • Check out: 12:00 PM

Parking

Valet Parking:
  • Valet parking only available at hotel
  • Located at the hotel east entrance
  • Overnight: $59 CAD per night, includes in and out privileges
  • Overnight Oversized Vehicle: $79 CAD per night, includes in and out privileges
  • Restaurant Rate: $30 CAD for up to 3 hours
  • Event Rate: $42 CAD
Self-parking:
  • There are a number of parking lots in the area. Please see Location Page for map.
  • Green P Underground - 40 York Street (1-minute walk from the Fairmont Royal York)
  • 200 Front Street West - Garage
  • For assistance with directions, please call the Fairmont Royal Service agents (416) 368-2511
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