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Multifunctional stadium currently occupied by baseball team Toronto Blue Jays. Interesting is fact that stadium has retractable roof. Unfortunately during my visit was building closed so I didn't manage to get a tour inside.
This is a big old place. It is just OK to watch a concert or sports event at. It is too big and there is so much concrete. Nice big "Jumbo" TV. But the sight lines and angles are odd. Not a good place to...More
We went to see a baseball game for the first time. Great fun but not sure we understood it all.The immense roof opened as the game started and there was the CN right above us. We really enjoyed the evening experience even though Toronto BJ's...More
I remember the day the Sky Dome opened, What an Amazing structure, A Roof that would op[en and close. A Building for the future and it has stood up to its billing.
Even though it has gone through name Changes. ( it will always be...More
I have attended a number of baseball games when visiting America, and took my partner to her first game when we visited Toronto.
The stadiums setting is amazing, right under the CN Tower. Having a roof means you don't have to hope it isn't going...More
I spend about 15 days a year in this stadium. Die hard fans will see the improvements being made, still a very cool site to see on a summer day. Roof open sunny skies and a ball game is a great way to spend a...More
Response from MrMastino | Reviewed this property |
Well first I guess it would help to know the name of the place! It's the Toronto Marriott City Centre Hotel. Now I can't post links here but if you contact the hotel directly you should be able to get pricing, availability... More
Well first I guess it would help to know the name of the place! It's the Toronto Marriott City Centre Hotel. Now I can't post links here but if you contact the hotel directly you should be able to get pricing, availability etc. As a point of interest, if you wanted to "blow him away" for his 60th. You can get a Sky box for a game that will accommodate up to 30 people. Catering probably isn't cheap and box rentals start at around $1800. Compare the cost of a cruise to a once in a lifetime party .... just something to think about!