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Courtyard Hotel

Relaxing stays in Toronto, Ontario, begin at Courtyard Toronto Downtown, one of the largest Courtyard hotels in the world. Find us centrally located on Yonge Street, within easy reach of many downtown destinations, such as Dundas Square, the Village, SickKids Hospital, Eaton Centre and the University of Toronto’s St. George campus. After a day exploring downtown Toronto, work out in our hotel fitness centre or dine at The Bistro, our on-site restaurant. When you’re visiting Canada for business, take advantage of 13,300 square feet of light-filled event venues and modern AV equipment. Then unwind in a stylish accommodation in Toronto, Ontario, with cozy reading chairs, a mini-fridge, large windows, a sleek work desk and free Wi-Fi. Reserve a spacious hotel suite with a separate living area during extended stays or group travel in Toronto. Whether you’re traveling to Canada for work or play, Courtyard Toronto Downtown stands ready to make your visit memorable.
Book your group rate for Pride Toronto June 2024 AND use the group code “KQQ” for a special discount.

Hotel X Toronto

Experience the Height of Relaxation: Step into a realm where luxury meets tranquility. From invigorating mornings in our pool to peaceful retreats in our Yoga studio and Spa, culminating in mornings greeted by the sun over the lake—elevate your stay into an art form at Hotel X Toronto.

Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel

Situated steps away from the festivities in Nathan Phillips Square, the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel offers unparalleled convenience and comfort for attendees looking to immerse themselves in the vibrant energy of the Pride festival and parade. Located in the heart of Toronto in the financial district, we are steps from the entertainment district and all major attractions. Experience the unbeatable comfort of our pet-friendly rooms and suites, work out in our 24-hour fitness centre or enjoy a refreshing swim year-round in our heated indoor outdoor pool. Upgrade to a room providing access to the hotel’s stunning 43rd floor Sheraton Club Lounge with sweeping views of downtown Toronto, complimentary breakfast, evening appetizers and free WiFi. A proud Official Tourism Sponsor of Pride Toronto, we invite you to make unforgettable memories at the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel during the Pride festival and beyond.
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Use promotional code 4LG for our Stay with Pride offer – Book a minimum of 2 nights at our hotel until October 19, 2024, and receive a 10% discount on upgraded guest room accommodations. Offer is also bookable via this link:

Bisha Hotel Toronto

In the Heart of Toronto’s Entertainment District and steps away from the city’s shopping, dining and nightlife. Bisha Hotel provides guests with unrivaled access to local experiences, elevated service & artfully bold interiors. Boasting a floor of Lenny Kravitz-designed guestrooms, with breathtaking city and lake views, Destination Restaurant, an exquisite lobby lounge and a rooftop restaurant with a pool, Bisha welcomes local tastemakers and discerning travelers alike.

SoHo Hotel Toronto

SoHo Hotel Toronto is considered the OG when it comes to luxury boutique hotels in Toronto. For over 20 years A- A-list celebrities and industry leaders have chosen The SoHo as the place to stay in downtown Toronto for personalized service. Its mission continues by offering an exceptional guest experience, be it short or long-term stays. Our hotel not only offers refined luxury accommodation but also professional staff that have perfected the elusive art of hospitality. From now until December 30th, 2024 celebrate with us by booking the Pride Preferred package. Guests receive a $50 hotel credit to be used on a restaurant, laundry, parking, and minibar (not valid towards room charge, no cash value if not redeemed). Blackout dates may apply.

Discovering Toronto’s Multicultural Landscape


We recommend booking convenient and affordable parking in advance through SpotHero, the nation’s leading parking reservations app.
To reserve your parking spot for the Pride Toronto Festival, visit the Pride Toronto SpotHero Parking Page.

Once You’re Here, Don’t Forget
to Explore

Once You’re Here, Don’t Forget to Explore

Accommodation, Food & Drink, Tourism

Toronto boasts excellent hotels, hostels, short-term rentals, and an impressive array of restaurants and bars. The city is known for its diverse cultural restaurants and nightlife. An absolute must-visit is the Church Wellesley Village for the Queerest nights.

Toronto also offers various attractions, from the CN Tower and Nathan Phillips Square to the Royal Ontario Museum and Art Gallery of Ontario. 

Check out natural parks, the Distillery District, Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada, Toronto Zoo, and more for outdoor adventures.

Accommodation, Food & Drink, Tourism

Toronto’s 2SLGBTQI+ Hot Spots

Check out organizations such as The 519 Community Centre or the Lesbian/Gay/Bi Youth Line to improve the experience and lives of 2SLGBTQI+ community members. Church Wellesley Village is also a great place to experience 2SLGBTQI+ culture.

Looking to be a Sponsor?

If you’re interested in learning more about Pride Toronto’s sponsorship opportunities,
please email

Navigating Pride Toronto's Festival

Substance Use Policies

Substance Use Policies


Only allowed in designated alcohol areas.


Prohibited indoors and only allowed in designated smoking areas.


Legal for those 19 or older. Areas of usage are restricted.

Non-Prescription Drugs

Mostly illegal with a few exceptions.

Health Services

Toronto offers Sexual Health Clinics, which include free and confidential clinical services like birth control counselling, STI testing and treatment, pregnancy testing, and abortion services. 

Medical assistance is also available if required.

Health Services

The History of Pride Toronto

For a thorough understanding of Toronto’s 2SLGBTQI+ history, check out the Pride Toronto History, which sheds light on the queer and trans people of Toronto’s past.

The detailed guide provided above will ensure a safe, convenient, and memorable visit to the beautiful city of Toronto during Pride.

Celebrate Pride in Toronto!

The Progress Flag

Pride Toronto flies the Progress Flag, symbolizing various facets of the LGBTQI+ community. The chevron pattern on the left side of the flag includes elements representing the intersex community, the trans community, and the experiences of 2SLGBTQI+ People of Colour. 

The specific coloured stripes each have their designated meanings.

Demystifying 2SLGBTQI+

The acronym “2SLGBTQI+” stands for Two Spirit, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, Queer, Intersex, with the “+” emphasizing the diversity and inclusivity of the community.

Understanding and Respecting Pronouns

Pronouns can replace nouns in sentences and are critical for gender identity expression. Examples include “She/Her,” “They/Them,” “He/Him,” etc. Consistently using the correct pronouns shows respect for individuals’ identities.

Inclusive Language at Pride Toronto

We prioritize using language that includes everyone, regardless of gender or sexuality.  Our communication is mindful and acknowledges all identities.

Land Acknowledgement

We acknowledge that we are on the traditional territory of many Nations, including the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee, and the Wendat peoples. Toronto is now a diverse home

Indigenous Terminology

“Indigenous peoples” refer to the original peoples of North America and their descendants, which include three recognized groups: First Nations, Inuit, and Métis.
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