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Location & Venue Information

Westin Harbour Castle Hotel
1 Harbour Square, Toronto, ON M5J 1A6
Main intersection: Bay and Queens Quay

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Parking & Location Details:

Hotel Parking Options:

  • Valet parking at a fee of $50 per day
  • Self-parking (one block away) at a fee of $40 per day
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Valet parking:

  • $50 CAD/night
  • Valid until 4pm on day-of-departure
  • Unlimited in/out privileges
  • Covered, secure parking facilities
  • 6’1 clearance
  • 268 parking spaces are available on a first-come-first-serve basis
  • A limited number of oversized vehicle spaces are available on a first-come-first-serve basis. In the event that oversized parking is full, the self-parking lot can accommodate oversized vehicles.

Self-parking:

  • $40 CAD/night
  • 400 spaces are available on a first-come-first serve basis
  • Valid until 4pm on day-of-departure
  • Unlimited in/out privileges
  • Heated underground garage
  • 6’8” clearance
  • 24/7 security presence
  • Limited parking for oversize vehicles. Based on a first come first serve basis.

Self-parking includes unlimited in/out privileges until 4pm on the day-of-your-departure. You must purchase a pass from the hotel prior to parking your vehicle. Our hotel's self-parking facility is located one block north at 16 Harbour Street, The Pinnacle Centre. The Pinnacle Centre is the very next building to the north of the hotel.

If you wish to self-park through the hotel, please drive to the hotel main entrance. You will be able to unload & store your luggage. The parking cashier will issue you a self-parking pass, which must be visible at all times from outside the car — please display the parking pass on the dashboard.

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