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We are pround to be AAA/CAA approved motel.
As a AAA/CAA member, we will offer you a 10% discount off our standard room rate. Remember to ask for your special rate when you make a reservation and show your card when you arrive at the Park Motel.
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Being long time member of OAA, Ontario Accomodation Association (OAA), adds value to our growth, profitability and competitive advantage as well. Through Association our interests are always better represented to government.
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As a modest part of travel industry of Ontario is our mission to promote travel and tourism in Ontario.
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Contact Info
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Park Motel
3126 Kingston Road
Toronto, ON M1M 1P2

Phone: 416-261-7241 ext 0
Toll Free: 1-800-955-7241
Email: parkmotel@rogers.com

Located on Lake Ontario's northern shore, Toronto, Canada's biggest city shines with rich in culture, interesting neighborhoods, excellent museums, good theaters, art and entertainment places and a lively downtown.

Downtown Toronto offers museums and art galleries galore including The Royal Ontario Museum , Canada's largest museum and one of the best in the world; the Art Gallery of Ontario, Canada's oldest art gallery and home to more than 15,000 paintings; and the Ontario Science Centre, which entertains and educates 1 million visitors a year.

Toronto's waterfront - one of North America's largest recreational waterfronts - provides a scenic setting for many popular and entertaining attractions including CN Tower, Harbourfront, Ontario Place,Rogers Centre, and the Toronto Islands. It's also the backdrop of a numerous big events including the Toronto International Film Festival, Caribana, Scotiabank Nuit Blanche, the Canadian National Exhibition and WinterCity.

Recently nominated one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World, the CN Tower features glass floor observation decks, a revolving restaurant, and a Simulator Theatre. It is Toronto's most recognizable landmark and as such, it receives almost two million visitors annually. From the 1,815-foot CN Tower, a Toronto icon, the views are spectacular. Children especially like the glass floor, located at 1,122 feet, which allows them to feel as if they are floating atop the city.

The Royal Ontario Museum, one of Canada's largest museums, focuses on world culture and natural history. Indeed, in combining a universal museum of cultures with that of natural history, the ROM offers an unusual breadth of experience to visitors and scholars from around the world. The facility opened ten new galleries in spring 2006, including ones devoted to the art, sculpture, and ceramics of Japan, China, and Canada's First Peoples.

The Ontario Science Centre is famous for its more than 600 interactive exhibits. Float weightlessly in a rocket chair at the Space Hall, wander through a creature-infested rainforest, climb a rock wall, and use DNA to catch a criminal. At the new Weston Family Innovation Centre, older kids find out about the latest science news, and at the expanded Kid Spark, younger ones can create shapes with magnets, stage a puppet show, and float boats and splash as part of water play.

For more play, visit lakefront Ontario Place. Try the boats, miniature golf, get shot out of a tube of water, and zip down water slides and float on rafts at the Soak City water park. Lakeside Harbourfront Centre has craft and art galleries, performance venues, and restaurants. With young kids, take the ferry across the harbor to Centre Island'sCentreville, an amusement park with a carousel, Ferris wheel, and pony rides.

Kids and parents can have a lot of fun dropped 230 feet, swung upside down, and tossed and twirled on coasters and spin rides at Paramount Canada's Wonderland, a theme park about 30 minutes from downtown.

The Toronto Zoo is Canada's premier zoo. Highlights include gorillas, African Savanna's ostriches and giraffes, and Zellers Discovery Zone, home to the Kids Zoo and Splash Island, two acres of spurting fountains great for cooling off under and burning off any excess energy.

Department stores, exclusive shops, neighbourhood retailers and ethnic markets - Toronto has more than 20,000 stores catering to all fashions and tastes. Its premier shopping destination, the Eaton Centre, is a multi-levelled, glass-roofed galleria comprising more than 320 shops and restaurants, 17 cinemas and more to be seen...!

Toronto's most exclusive retail district is located in the Bloor/Yorkville area. International retailers offering high fashion designs, eclectic boutiques, fine crystal and china shops, art galleries, and superb restaurants are all available in the village-like atmosphere of Yorkville and Hazelton Lanes.

As the world's most ethnically diverse city, Toronto also has distinctive shopping districts and markets that offer a wide range of unique shopping experiences. These vibrant retail areas include Queen Street West, Kensington Market, St. Lawrence Market, five Chinatowns, Little Italy along St. Clair West, the Greek community along "The Danforth," Little Portugal at Dundas and Bathurst Streets, and Gerrard India Bazaar at Gerrard and Greenwood.


City Hall Toronto

Roy Thomson Hall

Toronto Wanderland

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Otario Place

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