We will be holding the 2017 world mystery convention at the Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel:

Sheraton Hotel Downtown   Sheraton Hotel Toronto
  123 Queen Street West
  Toronto, Ontario
  M5H 2M9  
It is located 1 block East of the Osgoode subway station and 2 blocks West of the Queen Street subway station. Both stations are easily accessible via transit from Union Station, our central train station.


When we selected the Sheraton Centre as our convention location, we looked very carefully at access questions. Please visit our Accessibility page for details. If you have any questions, please contact our Accessibility volunteer.


The rumours are true! There has been such a great response to Bouchercon 2017 that our block of reserved hotel rooms in the convention hotel are sold out

Click here for details on Alternate Hotels!

We have a “housing coordinator” to aid convention goers in finding room mates or alternate accommodations, but feel free to investigate options on your own.

If/when rooms become available through cancellations, room rates are:

  • Single and double room rates are CDN$169
  • Triple rooms are CDN$199
  • Quad rooms are CDN$229
  • Suites from CDN$199 (limited availability)
  • Club level CDN$269

Hotel/tourist/HST taxes combined are 16%.

The web link to make room reservations is sent to you upon registration.

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Getting Around

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The hotel is located along Toronto’s extensive PATH system, an underground walkway connected to the subway system and over 1000 shops, services, and restaurants.

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The Sheraton Hotel has a limited number of valet parking spots available at $50 per day.

Alternatively, you can park in the City Hall “Green P” parking lot adjacent and connected to the hotel for about $21.00 per day (cheaper on Saturday and Sunday). But, unless you are planning to drive to Toronto, you should not need a car – the convention hotel is an easy walk to many city highlights, the theatre district, restaurants, and shopping. And we’re only one block away from two subway stops (Queen, and Osgood)!

Good news: It’s a lot easier to find parking spots in Toronto.