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Hotel in Downtown Toronto Offers Special Promotion for Meetings and Events

Host a Meeting or Event at the Courtyard Toronto Downtown

TORONTO, ON -- (Marketwired) -- 03/11/14 -- Toronto is a dynamic and vibrant city that's an ideal place to host meetings and events, and the Courtyard Toronto Downtown is one of the best venues for great value in the city.

The popular conference hotel in Toronto is currently offering two special group promotions. The Price That Is Right promotion allows meeting planners to provide the competitive rate they need and the sales manager will work to match it. This offer is available for new bookings to be hosted before May 20, 2014. The second offer is the High Five promotion for new groups that book an event by April 15, 2014. Groups that host a meeting by April 30, 2014, can choose any five of the following concessions:

  • 25% Allowable Attrition
  • 1 complimentary room night per 35 paid room nights actualized
  • Double Marriott Rewards Points (up to 100,000 total points)
  • Upgrade your coffee break with Starbucks® Coffee, also applies to the meeting package breaks
  • Two (2) complimentary VIP upgrades
  • Personalized welcome letter upon arrival for all group delegates
  • VIP Card offering 15% discount on all food and beverage in The Bistro and Yonge Street Grille (excluding alcohol)
  • 2% rebate off master bill for a group with 100 cumulative rooms or more

Groups that book this offer can also take advantage of room rates starting from $116 per night. This offer is only available to new groups that book 35 room nights or more and is subject to availability. Valid on new contracts only and other conditions may apply. Contact the group sales team at 416-934-5584 or [email protected] to book this deal.

Whether it's a large conference or an intimate meeting, events at the Courtyard Toronto Downtown, are professionally-run and can be kept within a budget. The hotel has nearly 14,000 square feet of meeting space and 19 meeting rooms in downtown Toronto. With a 3,434-sq. ft. pillar-free ballroom that can accommodate up to 450 guests and a team of on-site event planners, the hotel is ideal for conferences and events. They offer meeting packages starting at $58 per person.

About the Courtyard Toronto Downtown
Located in the heart of downtown Toronto, the Courtyard Toronto Downtown is the largest full service Courtyard by Marriott in the world. The hotel has 575 spacious guest rooms and conference space for up to 450 people. The Courtyard Toronto Downtown is a winner of the prestigious TripAdvisor 2013 Certificate of Excellence award by consistently earning high rankings from travelers. The award acknowledges that the hotel is in the top 10% of all business worldwide on TripAdvisor. This AAA 3-Diamond hotel offers complimentary wireless Internet access throughout the rooms and public areas. Hotel services include two restaurants, valet parking, concierge, indoor lap pool, fitness centre, laundry service and conference planning. The guest rooms feature comfortable beds, coffee makers, soundproof windows, and flat screen TVs with cable. The Courtyard Toronto Downtown has an open lobby concept that's home to The Bistro, a quick serve café where guests can enjoy a healthy breakfast and Starbucks coffee in the mornings or unwind after a long day with a great meal and cocktails in the evenings. Guests can also enjoy delicious contemporary cuisine that features local and seasonal ingredients at the Yonge Street Grille, an American restaurant with a warm and welcoming atmosphere. The hotel is located in the heart of downtown in a commercial-residential neighborhood at Yonge and College Streets. They are next to Toronto's business centre, government offices and Queen's Park, University Health Network, MaRS Centre, University of Toronto, Ryerson University, transit, restaurants, and entertainment, and shopping.

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Courtyard Toronto Downtown
475 Yonge Street
Toronto Ontario M4Y 1X7 Canada
1-416-924-0611
http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/yyzcy-courtyard-toronto-downtown/

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