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Holiday Inn Select Toronto AirportHoliday Inn Select Toronto Airport
970 Dixon Road
Toronto, ON M9W 1J9 CA

Toronto Airport with high quality bed linens, pillow top mattresses and modern bed wrap and pillow menu options for your added comfort. Unwind after your flight by booking an in-room massage by SpaDirect, relax in the indoor pool, one of the largest on the airport strip Consider our hotel's Metropolitan Dining Room, Lounge and Sushi Bar as the perfect place to meet associates, family or friends...more

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Holiday Inn Select Toronto Airport
970 Dixon Road
Toronto, ON M9W 1J9 CA

Holiday Inn Express Toronto Airport Area
5585 Ambler Drive
Mississauga, ON L4W 3Z1 CA

Sheraton Gateway Hotel Toronto Airport
Terminal 3
Toronto, ON L5P1C4 CA

Comfort Inn Toronto Airport
6355 Airport Road
Mississauga, ON L4V 1E4 CA

Four Points Toronto Airport
6257 Airport Road
Mississauga, ON L4V 1E4 CA

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ABOUT Toronto Pearson International Airport

Toronto Pearson International Airport traces its origin to the 1935 Ministry of Transportation reorganization and its goal to build a world-class commercial airfield. In 1937, the ministry selected a site northwest of Toronto and began the airport construction project. The airport's official opening and the first aircraft landings occurred in 1938. The airfield was known as Malton Airport until 1960 when the name was officially changed to Toronto International. In 1984, the Canadian government changed the name again to honor Lester B. Pearson, Nobel Peace Prize recipient and the country's 14th Prime Minister.

The award-winning airport has five runways and two terminal buildings with 100 passenger gates. Numerous domestic, international and charter airlines provide service for almost 32 million passengers each year. The airport also serves as a hub for Air Canada. The carriers provide non-stop and connecting flights to destinations across the globe. An automated people mover connects the terminal buildings, surface lots and parking structures. There is a variety of parking options, including valet services and a cell phone waiting lot. The airport has a mixed-use garage that contains more than 8,500 spaces that serves as the rental car facility as well as long-term parking.

Inside the terminal buildings, travelers will find a wide assortment of shops and eateries. You can purchase clothing, gifts and travel accessories. There are banking facilities, baggage services, and an interfaith ministry. Passengers have access to complimentary WiFi. The airport is fully accessible to travelers who have mobility issues and visual impairments.

The airport maintains a permanent art collection to make the time transiting through the terminal more aesthetically pleasing. It also provides space for various rotating exhibits. The works on display are by artists from around the world and represent Toronto's role as a gateway to North America. The Royal Ontario Museum sponsors a dinosaur exhibit in Terminal 1. The Toronto International Film Festival provides an exhibition in Terminal 3 that shows how the city has been portrayed on the silver screen over the years. Located 27 kilometers from downtown, Toronto Pearson International is the largest and most active airport in Canada.