Toronto Meeting Rooms
A Guide to Toronto Meeting Rooms for Any Budget & Group Size
Canada: Toronto, ON
As Canada’s largest city, Toronto has many distinctive meeting spaces. Our guide shows you the variety of meeting rooms that you can choose from to fit any group size and budget.
Whether you’re still in the stages of planning your business meeting or looking for a last-minute meeting room, this guide will help you find a great meeting space!
At Harbourfront, you’ll find meeting venues with beautiful views of Lake Ontario and convenient access to public transportation.
There are also great attractions nearby, such as the CN Tower and Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada.
For board meetings or business meetings, The Rostie Group is a venue with many meeting rooms. A hotel that offers multiple meeting rooms to choose from is the Westin Harbour Castle. After a meeting, if you want to host a social gathering, take a look at Harbour Sixty.
St. Lawrence and the Distillery District
For a team off-site or small board meeting, take a look at St. Lawrence Hall.
St. Lawrence Market is also the most popular attraction in St. Lawrence. Nearby, in the Distillery District, you’ll find a similar historic vibe and industrial architectural style that you see in St. Lawrence.
Downtown Toronto and Yonge-Dundas Square Area
Downtown Toronto has many popular attractions, such as the CF Toronto Eaton Centre and the Hockey Hall of Fame. It’s also a popular area to host business meetings.
If you’re looking for a hotel meeting venue in Toronto, there’s the Intercontinental Toronto Centre, Novotel Toronto Centre, Holiday Inn Toronto Downtown Centre, The Strathcona Hotel, and Fairmont Royal York. You can filter hotel meeting rooms that fit a specific group size by clicking on “Guests” at the top right of the page, above the search results for Toronto meeting rooms on HelloRSVP.
For a company off-site meeting, take a look at Stratus Restaurant, which offers audio visual services along with elegant dining. Another space that can accommodate team meetings is The University Club of Toronto.
There’s also the Chestnut Residence and Conference Centre, which is a downtown Toronto meeting space that can fit all types of budgets.
The Arts & Letter Club has boardroom spaces and The Textile Museum of Canada has multiple meeting spaces as well. Both have meeting rooms that can also meet all types of budgets.
Chinatown, Queen Street West, and The East End
In Toronto’s original Chinatown area, there’s convenient access to public transportation too. If you’re looking for a meeting space in this area, you can check out OCAD University.
For meeting room rentals for a wide range of budgets, take a look at Centre for Social Innovation.
You’ll also find many shops and galleries in this area of Toronto.
Yorkville and The Annex
If you’re searching for meeting space in Yorkville, the Toronto Marriott Bloor Yorkville Hotel, The Hazelton Hotel, and Intercontinental Toronto Yorkville have multiple stylish meeting spaces (including a boardroom) for a business meeting or company off-site.
Yorkville is also great for dining and there are many restaurants that can host social gatherings of any size.
If you have more questions about finding or renting a meeting room, please let us know how we can help!