August 2, 2022
As someone who was born and raised in Toronto, I’ve always dreamed of having my wedding on a Toronto Rooftop venue with the CN Tower as a backdrop. If this is you, here are some epic venues with a view!
Capacity: 120 guests.
Formally known as The Thompson Hotel, 1 Hotel Toronto is located at 550 Wellington St. W, Toronto. This rooftop, also known as Harriet’s rooftop, boasts one of the most expansive views of the Toronto skyline. A perfect place to celebrate love with those you cherish most.
Another rooftop wedding venue in Toronto is the Bisha Hotel. Bisha Hotel is home to Kost, a restaurant located on the 44th floor. Have your reception in the modern beach house-inspired space which is enclosed by floor-to-ceiling windows, allowing for spectacular, unobstructed panoramic views of the city.
Capacity: 130 guests indoors and 90 guests outdoors (can be combined with the Tower for an additional 20 guests).
Thirdly, The Broadview Hotel is situated proudly atop the 7th floor with big, unobstructed views of the Toronto skyline and the Don River. This dynamic space offers a remarkable, one of a kind location for a private event.
Capacity: 140 guests.
In the Burroughs Building, The Rooftop Terrace “7th Floor”, is included with the 6th floor venue space, and offers a spectacular 360 view of the city skyline, as well as a bar and lounge area.
Capacity: 138 seated, 200 standing reception.
The Chase is a bright contemporary space lined with floor-to-ceiling windows offering breathtaking city views from the fifth floor of Toronto’s historic Dineen Building. Host an intimate cocktail reception in the bar and lounge area or a summertime celebration on our spectacular rooftop terrace.
Capacity: 30 seats, 80-125 reception.
One of the trendiest wedding venues in Toronto, The Drake Hotel offers the perfect bespoke venue for your nuptials. Whether you’re into a rock ‘n’ roll wedding in the Underground, or a more classic outdoor ceremony on the Sky Yard, we’ve hosted it all!
Capacity: 300 guests.
The Globe and Mail Centre has an expansive terrace with sweeping city and lake views that’s perfect for your cocktail reception, and includes lounge furniture and fire pits
Capacity: 300 guests.
Escape to Lavelle, a rooftop experience unlike any other in Toronto’s exclusive King West neighbourhood. Sitting 16 stories above the commotion of the city, the luxurious, 16,000 square foot space features a seated restaurant, lounge bar, outdoor pool and cabanas, all with breathtakingly unobstructed, 360-degree views of the city skyline.
Capacity: 150 seated, 200 standing reception.
Malaparte‘s rooftop terrace and outdoor amphitheatre is reminiscent of the roof of Villa Malaparte in Capri where Jean-Luc Godard shot Le Mépris.
Spanning 1,500 sq. ft. The One Eighty‘s North and South patios feature seamless glass panels for unobstructed views of downtown and North Toronto.
Capacity: 30 seated, 40 mingling.
Peter Pan Bistro‘s 2nd Floor is a boutique venue within a heritage building, built in the 1890’s. The space has been fully renovated to provide contemporary features while keeping its vintage charm and original stained glass.
Capacity: 100 guests.
The SoHo Presidential Penthouse is over 4,000 sq. ft. with a private elevator and outdoor terrace with a hot tub and views of CN Tower and Rogers Centre
TERRONI‘s rooftop patio boasts one of the most breathtaking views of the Toronto skyline.
Capacity: 565 guests.
With a variety of eclectic, elegant, and extraordinary event spaces including a scenic rooftop patio and terrace, two stunning grand ballrooms, and impeccably groomed gardens, Hotel X Toronto sets the stage for wow-worthy Toronto Rooftop weddings.
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