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Review: Canopy by Hilton Toronto Yorkville


I recently stayed at the Canopy by Hilton Toronto Yorkville, a brand-new boutique lifestyle hotel under the Hilton brand. The hotel only opened its doors recently in March 2023, marking the debut of the Canopy by Hilton brand in Canada.

As part of the opening, Prince of Travel team members Amy and Rachel attended a media day event at the hotel’s restaurant, Dia. In this review, we’ve also included some of their thoughts and experiences from the day.

Canopy by Hilton Toronto Yorkville – Booking


For this particular stay, the Canopy by Hilton Toronto Yorkville generously hosted me for the night as part of a media stay.

As with most Downtown Toronto hotels these days, the Canopy by Hilton Toronto Yorkville is charging fairly elevated nightly rates, with standard rooms starting at upwards of $350 (CAD) per night.

If you wanted to redeem one night using Hilton Honors points, it’d cost you 70,000 points. Based on our valuation of Hilton Honors points at 0.7 cents/point (CAD), this wouldn’t necessarily be the best value against the regular cash rates.

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Canopy by Hilton Toronto Yorkville – Location

The Canopy by Hilton Toronto Yorkville is located at the intersection of Bloor St W and Sherbourne St, a few blocks east of the Yorkville neighbourhood.

The hotel’s self-branding may be a bit of a stretch, as it’s over 15 minutes to the ritzy Yorkville neighbourhood by foot. In addition, the immediate vicinity around Sherbourne can be somewhat unsavoury.

The nearest attractions to the hotel include the Royal Ontario Museum and Gardiner Museum, both of which are close to a 20-minute walk away. With that said, the Sherbourne TTC Station is right across the street from the hotel, offering relatively easy access to the rest of the city.

If you’re looking to venture further to the Union Station or the CN Tower, you’ll want to factor in a 20–30 minute journey by car or public transit.


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