Last Updated on May 30, 2024 by Katrina

Photo credit: Toronto Marriott City Centre

The home of Major League Baseball’s Toronto Blue Jays is located perfectly in the Canadian hub. Rogers Centre sits in the heart of downtown, close to the landmark CN Tower as well as top attractions such as the Hockey Hall of Fame, Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada and the Distillery Historic District. Booking a hotel near Rogers Centre, whether you’re coming to town for a baseball game or a concert, offers a wealth of options, all within walking distance. Here are the best Toronto hotels near Rogers Centre—some luxury brands, and some that boost the experience with unique amenities.

Toronto Marriott City Centre (One Blue Jays Way; 844-631-0595) Downtown

You can’t get any closer to Rogers Centre than this 344-room Marriott. It’s actually part of the stadium, with about half of the rooms overlooking the field. “If you’re here for a baseball game, it’s simply amazing,” says a Tripadvisor user. A Google reviewer adds that this is “a great place to stay in the city, as long as you didn’t drive, as parking is a bit of a hassle, but it’s also near lots of great restaurants.” The hotel also has a sports bar with floor-to-ceiling window into the stadium.  >> Book this hotel for less

Radisson Blu Toronto Downtown (249 Queens Quay W; 437-886-9667) Downtown

Just about a five-minute walk from Rogers Centre, this 157-room Radisson boasts a rooftop pool plus a branch of the Shoeless Joe’s sports-grill chain, a nod to the early 20th century baseball legend. “Comfortable room and courteous staff,” writes one Google reviewer. “Hotel is by the waterfront and a 10-minute walk to the Rogers Centre—ideal for taking in a baseball game.” A Tripadvisor user likes “the great service and beautiful view of CN Tower, right in the heart of downtown Toronto. Loved being around it all—Rogers Centre, Ripley’s, CN Tower, and Eaton Centre.”

Fairmont Royal York (100 Front St W; 416-368-2511) Downtown

One of the palatial railway-affiliated hotels that opened in Canada in the early 20th century, this Fairmont “breathes Toronto history,” writes Afar. The magazine notes that even with recent renovations—now with sleekly contemporary decor and a gorgeous indoor pool—“this 1,363-room Gothic revival masterpiece still feels magical.” Given its railroad origins, the hotel is across the street from Union Station, but it’s also “a few minutes’ walk to the Rogers Centre, Air Canada Centre and the metro convention center,” writes a Google reviewer. “Basically the heart of the downtown core, and the place is immaculate.”  >> Book this hotel for less

The Ritz-Carlton, Toronto (181 Wellington St. W; 416-585-2500) Downtown

This 263-room Ritz-Carlton offers the expected high-end amenities—a spa and locally sourced gourmet dining—and Condé Nast Traveler loves it for its “sanctuary-like vibe,” calling it “a modern twist on the luxury hotel brand’s classic style, with sleek décor accented by more than 400 pieces of Canadian art.” One Tripadvisor found bliss in easy access to Rogers Centre, less than one mile away. “Went to three baseball games including a double header … easy walking distance to Rogers Centre, especially going out the back door of the bar.”  >> Book this hotel for less

Bisha Hotel Toronto (80 Blue Jays Way; 437-370-8142) Downtown

Travel+Leisure writes that this 96-room luxury hotel “is known for its sumptuous interior and elevated guest experience” that includes a “Gatsby-esque lobby bar” and decor “inspired by pop art and cultural icons, such as Andy Warhol.” A Google reviewer commends it for being “very close to Rogers Centre and the CN Tower, the wharf, and lovely streets lined with stores.” Don’t miss the 44th floor lounge with its sweeping views of the city.  >> Book this hotel for less