Corporate event planners cannot get enough of these spaces, which they’re dying to book for their next events.
Located within Toronto’s entertainment district is Maison Mercer. This club/lounge venue offers space for any kind of set-up, fitting up to 950 standing guests or 180 seated friends with all-in-one capability for a seamless experience.
A fully equipped catering kitchen, state-of-the-art A/V facilities, and LED walls that portray any image desired show it’s easy to elevate the ambiance at your next party. It’s a multi-experience space that can be configured to any layout.
A range of eco-friendly bonuses, including partnering with local vendors and an environmentally conscious designed space, make The Richmond a unique and memorable venue for an event.
Toronto’s first green venue has bamboo flooring and a loft-like airiness that adds a dimension of depth beyond its 1,600 square feet. The Richmond is an intimate gallery space perfect for smaller guest lists while making everyone feel welcome.
The Royal Conservatory
It can be less daunting to find a venue whose décor speaks for itself. Toronto’s musical education building brings a historical ring to your function. Corporate event planners can choose between four spaces for lively gatherings sure to bring everyone together. Breathtaking views, outstanding acoustics, and the ability to stage the party in one or multiple areas make the Conservatory a fantastic choice.
Koerner Hall is the venue’s key feature, designed in the style of traditional European concert venues. The Leslie and Anna Dan Galleries are found on multiple levels, each one with its own unique views, including the ROM and Toronto’s Philosopher’s Walk. The Royal Conservatory’s stylish and dramatic elements make it the space to see.
The MaRS Centre
From kitchen availability and preferred caterers to exclusive staffing and furniture rentals, the MaRS Centre makes event planning easy—a perk corporate event planners love. Three levels: the Lower Concourse, the Auditorium, and the Atrium-Heritage offer endless possibilities regardless of party size. The Auditorium is a contemporary, warm space, which can be booked in conjunction with the Lower Concourse for additional space.
Toronto’s innovation hub is a natural wonder that will impress guests, with a commitment to local cuisine and a reduced ecological footprint. Their 62-foot-high glass atrium allows plenty of natural light while showcasing its blend of historical and modern aspects.
Hockey Hall of Fame
Hockey fans will be immediately won over here. Toronto’s landmark historical hockey venue is in the heart of the city, providing an unparalleled experience for a variety of functions, from elegant dinners to standing receptions.
The Esso Great Hall, home of the Stanley Cup, has been restored to its 19th-century grandeur. The Museum Level is filled with goaltending games, a replica dressing room, and museum access. Guests will love the chance to explore all the hall has to offer, and each space inside has ample room to accommodate any size guest list.
The city’s creative hub can be found in the vibrant Queen West neighbourhood, host to a variety of spaces for any kind of set-up. The Flex Creative Studio includes a kitchenette with high ceilings and natural light, while the Hallway Galleries span 3,000 square feet of corridor space, evoking a “schoolhouse/art gallery” vibe. Youngspace’s open concept is incredibly versatile in addition to being an excellent venue choice.
Bata Shoe Museum
This trendy cultural space is one of a kind—it’s the only space in North America dedicated to the history of footwear. A light-filled atrium and four-story-high glass art window encourage guests to explore the diverse shoe collection, featuring footwear from today’s era to generations long past. Glass, wood, steel, and leather features complement this modern space, creating endless event inspiration.