$103 per night
Expected price for:Mar 21 - Mar 22
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Back in the day, Toronto Pearson International Airport began life in modest fashion as Malton Airport. It then became known as Toronto International Airport, and in 1984 there was yet another name change to Lester B. Pearson International Airport, after a Canadian Prime Minister. Nowadays, and as Toronto Pearson International Airport, it is a recipient of the Best Global Airport award and is one of the busiest and most sophisticated airports in Canada. The name might have changed over the years, but facilities and services remain at sky-high levels.
When wondering about things to do at Toronto Pearson International Airport, a treasure hunt in search of Terminal 2 will definitely prove to be a stressful waste of time. At Toronto Pearson International Airport the two operating terminals, 1 and 3, cover all arrivals and departures. Terminal 2 was demolished some years ago but they decided, unusually for this airport, not to rename terminal 3 as it would have meant changing all the signage. Your much more fruitful pursuits include the onsite spa, gymnasium, and massage services. In addition to some great shops, duty free outlets, and boutiques, there are shower facilities for freshening up, and the airport has a lovely lounge area for relaxation. If time is on your side, take the Union Pearson Express train from the airport to see the sites of Toronto. It takes less than 30 minutes.
It is useful to know that covered parking facilities are a short walk from Terminal 3. Open air parking is a bit further away, but the free train shuttle to the airport offsets any inconvenience. Logistically, Terminal 1’s check-in procedure is centrally located at third floor level, and Terminal 3’s is close to the A gates. Interestingly, if arriving at Terminal 3, and if your travel documents can be scanned electronically, there are Primary Inspection Kiosks which, in conjunction with the CanBorder mobile app, can make the process much quicker. Your airline will be able to provide full details. There is a lot of useful information to digest here so, if you find yourself tired and in need of sustenance, you’ll love the Italian, Asian, and French cuisine choices that are provided in the onsite airport restaurants.
At Toronto Airport, near neighbours include the ever popular Hilton and Sheraton Gateway Hotels. The latter hotel, formerly a Swissôtel, offers direct access to the airport’s Terminal 3. Motels near Toronto Pearson International Airport include the Super 5 Inn, and Love Mississauga is one of a number of popular B&Bs. It’s worth noting that some Toronto hotels offer a park and fly facility; also a shuttle to the airport. In order to ensure easy travel, the airport sensibly suggests that you advise your airline of any specific requirements at least 48 hours prior to departure. This principle should also be adopted when booking airport hotels and an early visit to trivago will ensure that you secure your ideal accommodation at the price you want, and in a convenient location of your choice.