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Omni Hotels offers guests online check-in. Save time at the front desk and check-in online 48 hours prior to arrival and we will have your room ready when you arrive.
Simply pull up your reservation online up to 6 p.m. hotel time and confirm your billing details and you will be set!
View reservations in your Select Guest Account
You can retrieve your Omni Hotels reservation information by entering the last name on the reservation and your confirmation number.
Nights to Next Level:
Established in 1943, the Hockey Hall of Fame is home to the Stanley Cup and an unrivaled collection of memorabilia. It is one Toronto's greatest attractions and is perfect for families and hockey fans of all ages. The Hall of Fame isn't just a silent museum with do not touch signs. Guests can play one-on-one against life-size, animated versions of today's top players, call the play-by-play of the sport's greatest moments and view hockey films in one of the two theatres.
The Hockey Hall of Fame is located in the heart of Downtown Toronto at the corner of Yonge and Front Streets in Brookfield Place. It's not only a short walk from our Toronto hotel, but also from a variety of other must-see attractions, including Rogers Centre, CN Tower and Ripley's Aquarium of Canada. Visitors can also use the Underground PATH System to reach the Hall of Fame. When you stay at the Omni King Edward Hotel, our concierge will be more than happy to assist with any questions you may have about the hotel and Toronto.
Things to Know Before You Go
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Suite Experience at Omni King Edward Hotel
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Home to the Toronto Blue Jays, concerts and more.
Enjoy a Niagara Falls bus tour, roundtrip transportation, free WiFi, a winery visit and more!
As you explore over six miles of trails, make sure to see Canada's only Giant Panda cubs.