Sheraton Centre Toronto
Canada’s flagship Sheraton invites you to experience the allure of our completely refreshed hotel in the heart of downtown Toronto. With a $120 million renovation, no expense was spared to ensure that all of our 1,372 guest rooms were transformed into a vision of modern sophistication. Our downtown Toronto hotel is perfectly located near all of Toronto's attractions and connected to the financial and entertainment districts by way of the PATH, a 16-mile underground network of shops and services. During your stay enjoy shopping, Mirvish Toronto theatres, world-class dining at downtown Toronto restaurants and many Toronto museums are steps away. You’ll stay refreshed and warm in the largest indoor/outdoor heated Toronto pool – open year round. Additionally, we invite you to revel in our newly renovated meeting space and ballrooms, totaling 130,000 square feet. Our team is committed to providing you the highest quality of service during your stay with us; we look forward to welcoming you soon.
Sheraton Centre Toronto
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Accessibility Professionals of Ontario

Accessibility Professionals of Ontario (APO) is an organization dedicated to all aspects of accessibility and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. Our team is made up of individuals with permanent disabilities, thus enabling them to provide a unique perspective on removing barriers and increasing revenue and occupancy. APO provides organizations in the hospitality and tourism industry with consultation, training and education programs in a variety of areas, including- Accessible Customer Service, Accessible Communication & Accessible Building Environment. Let APO show you how easy and inexpensive accessibility can be.  Reach out to a large and underserved market in accessible tourism.  The benefits to your business and your bottom line are limitless!

Contact Colin McCarthy or Kyle Rawn
Tel: 647-477-8745 


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