The Top 20 Corporate Event Venues in Toronto


There is no shortage of outstanding event spaces in Toronto. But with so many to choose from, you might find yourself wondering where to begin your search. That’s why we’ve compiled 20 venues in Toronto to help you find the perfect place. 

As the biggest city in Canada, and one of the largest in North America, Toronto, Ontario, is a multicultural hub where over 180 languages and dialects are spoken. With a population of more than 2.7 million people – and almost one quarter of Canada’s population living within 100 miles of it – it’s a vibrant and bustling metropolis.

This 400 square mile city is chockfull of outstanding places to host corporate events of all kinds – from team building events to conferences, off-site meetings, company retreats, and more. And with ample neighborhoods and areas to choose from, it can be daunting to navigate when it comes to choosing the right one to fit your needs. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of 20 event spaces in Toronto that we think you’ll love.


1. Casa Loma

If you’re looking for a unique venue in Toronto for your company event, look no further than Casa Loma – the only truly authentic castle in North America. Each year, more than 500,000 visitors tour Casa Loma and its historic estate gardens. A perfect backdrop for special occasions, it also plays host to over 250 private functions, weddings, and events annually.

Area: Midtown

Address: 1 Austin Terrace, Toronto

Phone Number: 416-923-1171

Number of Event and Meeting Spaces: 4

Capacity: 100 – 400 people 

Event Venue Features:

  • Full air conditioning
  • State-of-the-art AV 
  • Cutting edge theater


2. Berkeley Church

Built in 1871, Berkeley Church offers an amazing combination of historical tradition and contemporary vibes. The main floor features a Grand Ballroom with fireplaces and a Victorian-inspired bar. Overlooking the main space is a classically beautiful mezzanine, featuring 17-foot-high stained-glass windows.

Area: Corktown

Address: 315 Queen Street East, Toronto

Phone Number: 416-361-9666

Number of Event and Meeting Spaces: 2

Capacity: 330 seated, 580 standing 

Event Venue Features:

  • Nearby parking
  • In-house AV capabilities 
  • Unique vibe and feel


3. Sunnyside Pavilion 

If you’re searching for a great event venue in Toronto for a summertime corporate gathering, look no further than Sunnyside Pavilion. This historic waterfront space offers a casual and inviting beachfront venue with delicious cuisine and cocktails to create a one-of-a-kind, world-class corporate event space.

Area: Sunnyside

Address: 1755 Lake Shore Boulevard West, Toronto

Phone Number: 416-531-2233

Number of Event and Meeting Spaces: 1

Capacity: 800 standing, 250 seated

Event Venue Features:

  • In-house AV capabilities 
  • Catering available 
  • Beautiful and scenic observation deck


4. The Westin Harbour Castle Hotel 

Centrally located on Toronto’s beautiful waterfront, The Westin Harbour Castle offers more than 70,000 square feet of flexible meeting space, great catering, and exceptional customer service. Located within walking distance of the streetcar, Union Station, the Harbourfront Centre cultural complex, and the Financial District, The Westin Harbour Castle is a local favorite for good reason.

Area: Harbourfront

Address: 1 Harbour Square, Toronto 

Phone Number: 416-869-1600

Number of Event and Meeting Spaces: 32

Capacity: Spaces available to accommodate groups of up to 3,000 people

Event Venue Features:

  • State-of-the-art AV equipment
  • On-site WiFi
  • Catering available 
  • Valet parking


5. St. James Cathedral

The St. James Cathedral is located in the heart of Old Town Toronto. Built in 1853 and magnificently restored in 2012, this Gothic Revival cathedral offers a modern, multi-functional event space boasting spectacular park views and natural light which is sure to impress your guests. 

Area: Old Town

Address: 65 Church Street, Toronto

Phone Number: 416-868-5229

Number of Event and Meeting Spaces: 5

Capacity: Groups of up to 540

Event Venue Features:

  • State-of-the-art AV equipment
  • On-site WiFi throughout 
  • Full kitchen on-site


6. Arcadian

Situated across from the iconic Nathan Phillips Square and Toronto’s City Hall, Arcadian is an Art Deco event space that can accommodate business gatherings big and small. From a corporate gala in Arcadian Court to an executive retreat in Arcadian Loft or a team building exercise in Arcadian Studio, this stunning venue has something for every need. 

Area: Downtown 

Address: 401 Bay Street, Simpson Tower, 8th Floor, Toronto

Phone Number: 416-364-1211

Number of Event and Meeting Spaces: 3

Capacity: 450 seated, 1200 standing

Event Venue Features:

  • AV equipment
  • WiFi available  
  • On-site catering (no outside caterers allowed)
  • Beautiful views


7. The Richmond

The Richmond embodies the diverse and artistic spirit of Toronto. Its elegant, clean lines contrast the vivid artistry of Toronto’s famed Graffiti Alley for a unique blend of sophistication and bold city style. With its gallery-like décor and feel, it’s dynamic and adaptable to any event’s needs.

Area: Fashion District

Address: #104 – 477 Richmond Street West, Toronto

Phone Number: 416-368-2801

Number of Event and Meeting Spaces: 1

Capacity: Up to 150 people

Event Venue Features:

  • AV equipment
  • WiFi available  
  • On-site catering (no outside caterers allowed)
  • Public transit and parking nearby 


8. The Great Hall

In Toronto’s true signature style, The Great Hall fuses Victorian heritage with modern facilities. Located in a charming part of the city, it boasts four unique and flexible event spaces. And with an open vendor policy and flexible décor guidelines, you can personalize every detail of your event.

Area: West Queen West

Address: 1087 Queen Street West, Toronto

Phone Number: 416-792-1268

Number of Event and Meeting Spaces: 4

Capacity: Small spaces can accommodate up to 97 people; large spaces can accommodate up to 500 people

Event Venue Features:

  • AV equipment
  • WiFi available  
  • Coat check area
  • Green room
  • Open vendor policy 


9. The Storys Building

Area: Entertainment District 

Address: 11 Duncan Street, Toronto

Phone Number: 416-367-9000

Number of Event and Meeting Spaces: 2

Capacity: 165 seated, 225 standing

Event Venue Features:

  • AV equipment
  • WiFi available  
  • Full-service in-house catering
  • Offsite catering welcome
  • Valet parking available 


10. The Thompson Hotel

Area: Fashion District 

Address: 550 Wellington Street West, Toronto

Phone Number: 416-640-7778

Number of Event and Meeting Spaces: 9

Capacity: 30 – 280 people 

Event Venue Features:

  • AV equipment
  • WiFi available
  • In-house bar
  • Stunning rooftop venue


11. The Globe and Mail Centre

Area: Design District  

Address: #1600 – 351 King Street East, Toronto

Phone Number: 416-585-5172

Number of Event and Meeting Spaces: 6

Capacity: 25 – 400 people

Event Venue Features:

  • State-of-the-art AV
  • Scenic city views
  • Parking nearby
  • Preferred caterers and in-house bar


12. The Broadview Hotel 

Area: Corktown   

Address: 106 Broadview Avenue, Toronto

Phone Number: 416-362-8439

Number of Event and Meeting Spaces: 5

Capacity: 20 – 140 people

Event Venue Features:

  • Dedicated kitchen and catering
  • Fully equipped bar 
  • Integrated sound system and WiFi
  • Scenic city views
  • Easy access to public transit


13. The Eglinton Grand

Area: Midtown

Address: 400 Eglinton Avenue West, Toronto

Phone Number: 416-485-5900

Number of Event and Meeting Spaces: 1

Capacity: Between 50 and 429 seated and up to 1000 standing

Event Venue Features:

  • Lowest service charge in the Greater Toronto Area
  • In-house catering
  • Updated surround sound system, HD digital projector, screens, and lighting effects


14. The Delta Hotel Toronto

Area: South Core

Address: 75 Lower Simcoe Street, Toronto

Phone Number: 416-849-1200

Number of Event and Meeting Spaces: 13

Capacity: As many as 700 people

Event Venue Features:

  • Full business center 
  • Top-tier AV equipment
  • WiFi available 
  • In-house catering
  • Easy access to city highlights


15. One King West Hotel 

One King West is about as convenient as possible with its central location at the corner of King and Yonge Streets. This historic hotel with modern accommodations and warm hospitality puts you within minutes of Toronto’s downtown business district. And with 11 event spaces to choose from, this is one of the most versatile event venues in Toronto. Whether you’re hosting a leadership meeting or a full company off-site, you’ll find a space here that can accommodate groups of any size. 

Area: Old Toronto 

Address: 1 King Street West, Toronto

Phone Number: 866-470-5464

Number of Event and Meeting Spaces: 11

Capacity: 8 – 350 people

Event Venue Features:

  • On-site AV
  • Valet and self-parking 
  • Easy access to nearby landmarks and restaurants


16. Hyatt Regency Toronto

For both business and leisure travelers, the Hyatt Regency Toronto is a great choice. It’s located mere minutes from both Toronto’s business core as well as its entertainment options. It also offers a variety of flexible spaces that can be arranged to meet the needs of your specific event. Whether you’re planning an intimate board meeting or a gala for several hundred guests, this hotel has a meeting room available to match your requirements.

Area: Entertainment District 

Address: 370 King Street West, Toronto

Phone Number: 416-343-1234

Number of Event and Meeting Spaces: 3

Capacity: 10 – 550 people

Event Venue Features:

  • In-house catering
  • WiFi in all meeting and event spaces 
  • Complete AV functionality with on-site tech experts


17. The Soho Hotel and Residences

Area: Entertainment District 

Address: 318 Wellington Street West, Toronto

Phone Number: 416-599-8800

Number of Event and Meeting Spaces: 4

Capacity: 20 – 200 people 

Event Venue Features:

  • Dedicated Conference Services Manager
  • Full AV capabilities
  • WiFi throughout every space


18. The Fermenting Cellar

Built in 1859, this venue retains its original heavy timber beams and Kingston limestone walls. The historic architecture of The Fermenting Cellar will captivate your guests with its European atmosphere and 32-foot ceilings. This industrial-chic space offers a blank canvas that has been re-imagined hundreds of times for events and gatherings of all kinds. 

Area: Distillery District 

Address: 51 Mill Street, Suite 202, Toronto

Phone Number: 647-849-3264

Number of Event and Meeting Spaces: 4

Capacity: Up to 400 people 

Event Venue Features:

  • Dedicated Conference Services Manager
  • Full AV capabilities
  • WiFi throughout every space


19. Vantage Venues

Area: Financial District 

Address: 150 King Street West, Toronto

Phone Number: 416-366-4228

Number of Event and Meeting Spaces: 30

Capacity: 14 – 170 people

Event Venue Features:

  • Full-service, designated training and meeting facility
  • In-house AV
  • Convenient location
  • On-site kitchen 


20. Evergreen Brickworks

Area: Rosedale 

Address: 550 Bayview Avenue, Toronto

Phone Number: 416-596-1495

Number of Event and Meeting Spaces: 6

Capacity: As many as 2,000 people 

Event Venue Features:

  • On-site parking
  • In-house catering
  • WiFi throughout the complex
  • Full AV capabilities

If you’re planning an event, conference, or corporate get-together and are looking for ways to make it even more memorable, you might want to consider adding a team building activity into your day plan. Whether you’ve got a lot of time or only a little bit, it can provide an added dimension of fun – and employee engagement benefits – to any type event. Here are five great options:

  1. Hardware Harmony – Toronto is a city of arts, culture, and music. That’s what makes a musical jam session with Hardware Harmony the perfect addition to your Toronto team building activity. Your group will have to find their rhythm as they complete music-themed challenges. For each challenge they complete, they’ll earn household items and hardware which they will end up using as instruments in a massive performance. And best of all, your group will get to donate their “instruments” to a Toronto-based charity which will use them as supplies and tools to assist those in need of affordable housing.

  2. Wild Goose Chase Whether you’re a Toronto local or you’re visiting from out of town, a Wild Goose Chase scavenger hunt team building activity is an awesome way to explore the city in a whole new way – all while tackling a wide array of fun and high-energy challenges.  

  3. Charity Bike Buildathon – Doing good deeds has been proven to make people happier. That’s why there aren’t many better additions to your next corporate gathering than a philanthropic team building activity. With Charity Bike Buildathon, your team will get together to build and decorate bikes which will be donated to a children’s charity in Toronto. And, in the process, they’ll also have the opportunity to gain valuable business skills as they develop and present an ad campaign for their bicycle to the rest of the team. 

  4. Code Break Tackling brainteasers with your colleagues is a great way to re-energize your body and mind during a busy day of meetings. With Code Break, your group will break out into teams and work collaboratively to complete puzzles, riddles, and trivia questions. You’ll need to exercise creative thinking and problem-solving skills in order to get them done. For each one your team completes correctly, you’ll receive points. And, when time is up, the team with the most points will be named the winners!

  5. CI: The Crime Investigators – There’s only one way for your team to successfully solve a mysterious and deadly crime: by putting your heads together to gather evidence, solve clues, and piece together exactly what took place before time runs out. With CI: The Crime Investigators, you and your colleagues will need to communicate and collaborate to make sense of complex and challenging clues in order to identify the culprit. No matter where you’re hosting your event, our Toronto-based event specialists can transform your venue into an “active crime scene.”

Toronto – also known fondly as “The Big Smoke” to locals – is a diverse and exciting city with ample venues to accommodate any need. Do you have any favorite event venues in Toronto that you didn’t see on our list? If so, tell us about them in the comments section below!

Learn More About Team Building Activities in Toronto

For more information about team building, training and development, and coaching and consulting solutions that are available in Toronto, just reach out to our Employee Engagement Consultants.


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