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

Toronto Itinerary

If you are headed to Toronto for Collision, below are our top picks for things to see and do in this vibrant city. The Omni King Edward Hotel is located in the heart of Toronto and easily accessible to some of the top dining, activities, entertainment and sights the city has to offer.

For more tips on what to do and see, or for assistance with booking reservations and tours talk to our Clef D’Or Concierge team.

Book Your Activities


One of the city’s newest spots, Coffee Oysters Champagne serves exactly what you’d expect with an oyster selection that changes daily and the largest sparkling wine selection in the city – perfect to toast your visit to Toronto.

District Eatery located in the entertainment district is all about clean eating as Toronto’s heathiest cocktail bar that offers many vegan, vegetarian and gluten free options. They even have Kombucha on tap!

High rollers should check out Canoe. Located in the TD Centre on the 54th floor, Canoe is one of Canada’s best restaurants and serves dishes inspired by Canada’s landscape.

For a very Canadian experience, head to Rudy. According to Toronto Life, Rudy is the best burger joint in the city and serves up one of the best Poutines (fries, gravy and cheese curds) in Toronto.

Omni King Edward The Canadian Burger


Take a moment from the bustle of the conference to relax and unwind at Hammam Spa, one of the city’s best spas located on King West. Pamper yourself with a massage, steam or body scrub and take a dip in their Turkish baths.

Gentlemen, give your hair some TLC and head over to West Queen West’s Garrison’s Barbershop for a trim to keep you looking fresh all Collision long.


Men getting massage


Less than 10 minutes away you will find the premier shopping mall, Eaton Centre, offering over 100 brand name stores.

Further north is Yorkville, one of Toronto’s most affluent neighborhoods. Its streets are lined with high end stores like Tiffany, Chanel, Gucci and Hermès and referred to as the “Mink Mile”. Whether you’re browsing or buying, you’ll feel like the crème de la crème as you admire the endless selection of luxury goods.

Kensington Market is a bohemian and trendy neighbourhood which is accessible by streetcar from the hotel. There you will find vintage boutiques, art spaces, shops and restaurants – many of which focus on vegan and vegetarian friendly cuisine.

Queen West, and West Queen West is another area with unqiue shops, galleries and indie boutiques.

Eaton Center


The CN Tower is a must in Toronto. Ascend 147 floors and take in panoramic views or Toronto’s landscape. For the adventuroucos types, sign up to do the Edge Walk, where you’ll be brought outside the top of the tower to lean over the side.

Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada located next to the CN Tower features North America’s longest underwater viewing tunnel and over 20,000 aquatic animals. Book our Stay and Explore package to receive tickets for each registered guest and complimentary Wi-Fi.

Learn about Canadian and world culture while exploring the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM). This beautiful building is home to a large art collection, historical artifacts and archeological finds dating back to prehistoric times.

Royal Ontario Museum Exterior

Fun & Games

Pro-bowler or amateur, The Ballroom in the Entertainment District is the best place to show off your skills while grabbing a drink.

For adults that never really grew up, the rec-room is the place to be. Enjoy pub food and adult beverages while playing arcade games and challenging your friends to a game of pool.

For the night owls. head along the King West strip where you will find some of the city’s best nightlife.