TORONTO, Nov. 23 /CNW/ - Travelling out of Toronto Pearson International Airport this holiday season has never been easier and more inviting than with the current Park, Stay and Fly packages starting from $89.50 per night. Get a head start on this year's holiday vacation and take pleasure in the comfort of avoiding a frantic morning waking up at the crack of dawn and ensure a good night's rest, enjoy breakfast the next morning and catch a warm, free shuttle to the airport before taking off.
Toronto's airport region hotels offer convenient and discounted Park, Stay and Fly packages, many of which include parking and shuttle service, including:
- Radisson Suite Hotel Toronto Airport offers rates starting at $102
per night. Free parking for up to 14 days and complimentary shuttle
service to and from airport is included.
- Marriott Toronto Airport Hotel's Park Here, Fly There package
includes underground parking and complimentary airport shuttle
starting from $119 per night through December 31st.
www.marriott.com/yyzot and enter promotional code PKF.
- Best Western Toronto Airport offers complimentary airport shuttle
service included in rates starting at $89.95 per night with one week
parking, and $114.95 per night with two weeks parking.
- Hilton Toronto Airport Hotel and Suites offers visitors retail
therapy with a $25 gift card at Sherway Gardens and rates from $109-
$199 per night through March 2010. www.toronto-apt.hilton.com
- Four Points by Sheraton Toronto Airport has Park & Stay Packages
with rates starting at $129.00 per night, including up to 2 weeks
parking and 24-hour dedicated airport shuttle service.
- Sandalwood Suites Hotel Toronto Airport's Park-In & Fly-Out package
includes deluxe continental breakfast, on-site parking for up to 15
days, airport pick-up and drop off and in-suite high speed internet
starting from $104.99 through March 2010. www.sandalwoodhotel.com
- Hotel Indigo Toronto Airport offers $109 per night through December
30th, including one week of parking and airport shuttle service.
For those wishing to add a day or two to their winter holiday, Toronto's west region attractions offer visitors plenty of options such as the Toronto Air Combat Zone, Black Creek Pioneer Village, Sherway Gardens, Downsview Park's Trail of Lights, Canadian Air & Space Museum, or Woodbine Racetrack.
Downtown Toronto welcomes visitors for an excitement-packed day of holiday shopping at one of Toronto's top attractions, the Eaton Centre, lunch at one of Toronto's 7,000 restaurants, the Cavalcade of Lights, or blockbuster museum exhibits such as King Tut: The Golden King and the Great Pharaohs at the Art Gallery of Ontario or Precious Medals: The Complete Olympic Collection at the Hockey Hall of Fame.
For more Toronto inspiration and information on how to Park, Stay and Fly out of Toronto Pearson International Airport, visit www.SeeTorontoNow.com.
About Tourism Toronto
Tourism Toronto, Toronto's Convention and Visitors Association, is an industry association of more than 1,200 members established to sell and market the Greater Toronto Region as a remarkable destination for tourists around the globe. For more information please visit www.SeeTorontoNow.com.
SOURCE Tourism Toronto
For further information: For further information: Emily Sheff, Tourism Toronto, (416) 987-9088, email@example.com