HI-Toronto (Toronto)
Travel Destinations: Ontario, Great Lakes

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HI-Toronto
76 Church Street
Toronto, Ontario M5C2G1

For Reservation & inquiries:
1.877.848.8737
416.971.4440
Fax:
416 971-4088




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Travel Tips & Directions

From Lester B. Pearson International Airport

Public Transport: Take 192 Airport Express from any Terminal to Kipling Subway Station. Take subway to Yonge Subway Station, transfer south until King Subway station. Walk east on King. Costs $3.25.

Shuttle train (UPX): Take UPX train from Pearson Airport to Union Station. Trains run every 15 minutes from 5H30 AM until 1 AM. Ride takes 25 min. Costs $12.00.

From the bus terminal

Walk south on Bay St., to Adelaide St. Turn left and walk east on Adelaide to Church St. Turn right on Church St. and the hostel is on the right.

From the train station (Union station)

Take the subway from Union Station to King Station. Walk east on King St. to Church St. Turn left and walk north on Church St. The hostel is on the left.

You can also walk to the hostel as we are really close by. Take Front Street West on your right to Church Street. Turn left and walk up to the hostel!

Ridesharing

Kangaride is an easy, cheap and social way to get around. HI members get a six month free passenger membership and get 10% off all prepaid cards in participating HI Hostels in Québec and Ontario.

Parking

Unit Park
We recommend the parking lot at the bottom of Church Street on the corner of The Esplanade Street. Prices are usually $10 for the overnight (6pm to 6am) and $18 to $25 for the rest of the day (6am to 6pm).*
This is an underground type of parking, you will usually pay the total sum once you leave the car park.

Other parking lots
There is a parking lot right beside the hostel. Please note this one is usually less affordable and top-up tickets must be purchased throughout the day at various hours.

Easy access to transport
We are located downtown with easy and quick access to transportation. If you have the option,  maybe you should consider not bringing a car and using our city's public transport.

*Prices are a guideline only and are subject to change


Nearby Places

Rooster Coffee House

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The Flatiron and Firkin Pub

49 Wellington Street East, Toronto
The pub in the basement of Toronto's iconic Flatiron building.

St. Lawrence Market

92-95 Front Street East, Toronto
A farmers market in Toronto's Distillery district.

Toronto's first Post office

260 Adelaide Street East, Toronto
National historic site.

Steam Whistle Brewery

255 Bremner Boulevard, Toronto
You can visit the home of Toronto's acclaimed pilsner!