Area Attractions

Hyatt Regency Toronto is located in the heart of the Entertainment District, near the Rogers Centre and the Princess of Wales Theatre. Our hotel is within steps of the many exciting attractions in downtown Toronto, including over 100 restaurants, bars, shopping centres, museums and Theatre District.

Hyatt Regency Toronto

370 King Street West
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5V 1J9



What do you want to do today?

Arts & Culture

​Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art

More than 400 works by over 150 Canadian artists currently compose MOCCA, the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art. Founded in 1999, the gallery promotes development of Canadian artists throughout the country.

Princess of Wales Theatre

Located near Hyatt Regency Toronto in downtown’s Entertainment District, Princess of Wales Theatre is a beautiful, historic theatre with 2,000 seats that hosts world renowned shows.

Family Activities

Rogers Centre

Just over a 5-minute walk from the hotel, the Rogers Centre stadium can seat over 50,000 attendees and is the home to Major League Baseball ® in Toronto and also hosts big name concerts and other events.



This Toronto hotspot is strictly upper crust. One of Toronto's most elegant shopping and dining areas, Bloor-Yorkville's designer boutiques, antique shops and galleries are absolutely first class.

​Old Town Toronto

History buffs will love the nostalgic feel of the shops, antique stores, and galleries that compose Old Town Toronto. Browse unique boutiques, enjoy a lavish dinner or pick up a must-have memento of your trip.

​Queen’s Quay Terminal

Enjoy spectacular views of Lake Ontario while taking in the exciting sights at Queen’s Quay Terminal, one of the city’s premier shopping destinations. Since 1926, shoppers have delighted in the stores, museums and restaurants making up the complex.

​Toronto Eaton Centre

Don’t miss one of downtown Toronto’s most noted attractions, named after the now-defunct Eaton’s department store. More than one million visitors per week visit this largest shopping mall in Eastern Canada.