Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel

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123 Queen Street West, Toronto, ON, M5H 2M9, Canada   •  Weather:    •   Local Time:     •  Phone: (416) 361-1000   •  Hotel Reservations: 888-627-7175

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Mirvish Productions

Mirvish Productions

Royal Alexandria Theatre

Centrally located in the heart of Toronto’s entertainment district, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel has partnered with Mirvish Productions and Ticket King to offer you exclusive access and ticket packages to the city’s vibrant theatre scene. Elevate your stay with our theatre package or discover one of Mirvish Productions’ four famous theatres at your leisure.


Exclusive Host Hotel Theatre Package

Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel is an exclusive host hotel for Mirvish Productions and Ticket King, offering direct access to live theatre and musical productions at associated venues: Panasonic Theatre, Ed Mirvish Theatre, Royal Alexandria Theatre, and Princess of Wales Theatre.

As a guest, we invite you to take advantage of our exclusive theatre package. The package includes:

  • Overnight accommodations at Sheraton Centre Toronto
  • Tickets to a Mirvish Production of your choice*
  • Three-course dinner voucher at one of more than 20 restaurants in the local area

Theatre packages can only be booked by calling Ticket King directly at 800 461 3333 and mentioning "Starwood."

Room Only Offer:
We invite existing ticket holders to book a preferred room rate with us.**

*Please note not all shows are packaged. Packages are based on per-person pricing. 

**Tickets must be shown at time of check in to qualify for this rate.

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Ed Mirvish Theatre

  • 244 Victoria St, Toronto - 10 minute walk
  • The Ed Mirvish Theatre opened its doors in 1920 as Canada's largest and most elegant theatre, welcoming guests to both motion pictures and vaudeville performances. In 1989, after an extensive renovation to restore the theatre's original 1920s splendor, the theatre reopened with a stunning performance of The Phantom of the Opera and has maintained its status as a staple of local theatre.
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Panasonic Theatre

  • 651 Yonge St., Toronto - 5 minute drive
  • Originally built as a residence in 1911, today's Panasonic Theatre has been constantly transforming. In 2004 the interior was gutted and the theatre reopened in 2005 as a preeminent live theatre and concert venue. Today, the Panasonic attracts some of the largest touring musical performances for their Toronto stops.
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Royal Alexandra Theatre

  • 260 King Street West, Toronto - 10 minute walk
  • As the oldest continually operating theatre in North America, the Royal Alexandra opened its doors in 1907. Named in honor of the Danish princess of the same name; the Royal Alexandra is the only true "royal" theatre in North America. Today the theatre is recognized as a National Historic Monument and has welcomed nearly 3,000 performances.
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Princess of Wales Theatre

  • 300 King Street West, Toronto - 12 minute walk
  • The Princess of Wales theatre opened in 1993 with a dramatic performance of Miss Saigon. Featuring one of the deepest and widest stages in North America, the theatre combines modern design elements with the elegance and intimacy of a 19th century theatre to create a memorable space.
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  1. Ed Mirvish Theatre
  2. Panasonic Theatre
  3. Princess of Wales Theatre
  4. Royal Alexandra Theatre
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