Blues Summit 8: Hotel

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A new era of Blues Summit is here!

Blues Summit is upgrading to the Toronto Marriott Downtown Eaton Centre Hotel after twelve years at the Chelsea Hotel. The Toronto Marriott Downtown Eaton Centre Hotel sits in the heart of the city between Toronto’s Eaton Centre and City Hall at Dundas St West and Bay St. Amenities include exceptional on-site dining, indoor rooftop pool, fitness centre, and more!

The Toronto Marriott Downtown brings Blues Summit to a new level with its state of the art conference space.

  • Panels, Speed Schmooze and Keynote will take place in the lower ballroom during the day, with showcases in the lower ballroom at night in a twin stage setup.
  • RegistrationSummit information desk and drop boxes will be located beside the ballroom.

BOOKING & HOTEL DISCOUNT


Conference attendees can access discounted room rates of $129/night for the duration of Blues Summit Eight. To access this special rate online, click the link below.

Reserve Online at the Toronto Marriott Downtown Hotel

Marriott Hotel Photo CollageIf you prefer to reserve by phone, please call the Toronto Marriott Downtown at  and let them know you will be attending Blues Summit Eight from January 20-23, 2017. For phone reservations outside North America, click here to find your local toll-free number.

Only a limited amount of discounted rooms are available. Hotel reservations must be made by January 10, 2017 to take advantage of the discount rate.

For more information on the Toronto Marriott Downtown, click here.


DIRECTIONS


The Toronto Marriott Downtown Eaton Centre Hotel is located at:

525 Bay Street
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
M5G 2L2

For detailed directions to the Toronto Marriott Downtown Eaton Centre Hotel, click here

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