Toronto Marriott Markham

170 Enterprise Boulevard, Markham, Ontario L6G 0E6 Canada
+1 905-489-1400

Travel brilliantly in downtown Markham

Rewards Category 4 Points needed per night

Toronto Marriott Markham sits in the center of downtown near Unionville village and is in walking distance of trendy restaurants, technology hubs and multicultural, family-friendly events. Enjoy exclusive art inside our hotel or venture out for contemporary art exhibits at Varley Art Gallery, just minutes away. Our sleek hotel stretches skyward and is the recipient of many architectural awards in Ontario. Host a meeting in one of our 10 event venues, offering built-in A/V technology and rooms with natural light. Overlook downtown and sip on a signature cocktail from Restaurant Draco, serving Canadian-inspired cuisine. After a workout in our 24-hour fitness center, soak in our infinity pool in a relaxation chair and admire the colorful, floor-to-ceiling stained-glass windows. Our luxury hotel rooms, including our Executive, Penthouse and Presidential suites, are decorated with soothing gray tones and expansive windows. Wake up to beautiful views of the city at Toronto Marriott Markham.

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Key Amenities

  • Fitness center
  • Pool
  • Kitchen/kitchenette
  • Meeting event space


  • Stay strong in Markham at our 24-hour hotel fitness center with free weights and an infinity pool.

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  • Explore the upscale restaurants, shops, art galleries and theatres in downtown Markham and Unionville village, all located near our luxury hotel.

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  • Spend the night in one of our 209 modern hotel rooms and suites, featuring keyless entry, bedside adapter ports and sleek hardwood floors.

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