The Omni King Edward Hotel
37 King Street East
Toronto, Ontario M5C 1 E9

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Toronto Local Attractions

Explore all there is to see and do in downtown Toronto

Toronto King Edward Hotel skyline


The Omni King Edward Hotel is conveniently located only half a block from the subway, providing easy access to all of Toronto’s attractions. Explore some of the most famous sites in the city near the hotel, including the Rogers Centre, the Harbourfront or the Air Canada Centre. Walk from our hotel to the renowned Eaton Centre to enjoy some of the best shopping in Toronto, or stroll along King Street and the chic Queen West. Visit the pride of Canada, the Hockey Hall of Fame, or the dramatic CN Tower with its glass floor.   Also see more at the official website of Tourism Toronto.

Arts & Culture


Nearby Dining

  • Beerbistro, offers an eclectic menu with an extensive beer selection in a casual setting – 68 meter
  • Carisma, the perfect spot for an intimate dinner of southern regional Italian cuisine – 78 meters
  • Origin, named best restaurant of 2011, offers a unique menu of small plates to suit any appetite – meters
  • Woods, A varied menu with a farm-to-table ethos focusing on reimagined classics – 160 meters
  • Nami, one of Toronto's most popular Japanese restaurants boasts a private Tatami room – 220 meters
  • Richmond Station, a subway-themed atmosphere with a menu that includes charcuterie made from an in-house butcher – 450 meters

Outdoor Recreation

  • Niagara Falls – 129 km 



  • Air Canada Center,  home of Toronto Maple Leafs – 1.2 km 
  • Rogers Centre, home of the Toronto Blue Jays – 3.3 km 
  • Don Valley Golf Course – 11.3 km 

Guest Favorites

at The Omni King Edward Hotel

Rogers Center Exterior

Rogers Center

Home to the Toronto Blue Jays, concerts and more

Couple in bathrobes

Suite Experience Package

Live the suite life with a daily $100 dining credit, late check-out & more!

Hockey Hall of Fame Exterior

Hockey Hall of Fame

Explore the home of the Stanley Cup and hockey history