Kick off the NHL playoffs with Stanley

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Posted May 1, 2013 by Vacay in Deal of The Day

Travel Deal for May 1, 2013

vicky vacay deal of the dayThe Hockey Hall of Fame is dropping the puck on a great package with The Westin Harbour Castle, the official host hotel for the Hall.

Hockey Hall  of Fame website: “Toronto’s premier hockey attraction is home of the Stanley Cup and the best of hockey. … Guests can take shots at real-time goalies; stop the shots of legends Gretzky and Messier; call the play-by-play of some of hockey’s greatest goals; view hockey flicks like Stanley’s Game Seven, hockey’s first 3D film, in one of two theatres; get up close and personal with the Stanley Cup; explore the largest collection of hockey memorabilia in the world.”

The Westin Harbour Castle is on the vibrant waterfront of Lake Ontario and features refreshing accommodations in Canada’s largest city. Experience hockey’s holy grail and enjoy time with the Stanley Cup with your family. Rates from $189, a second room can be added for $99.

Package includes:

  • Accommodations for a family of four (one room)
  • Four Hockey Hall of Fame tickets
  • Valet parking for 1 car (limited parking spots)
  • 3 pm late check-out
  • Valid for Thursday-Sunday stays

Vacay.ca Recommends Toronto for Sightseeing

After a fun-filled day at the Hockey Hall of Fame, make a play for the CN Tower. It’s an attraction Vacay.ca Managing Editor Adrian Brijbassi recommends for visitors to the city, even if Toronto’s residents treat the needle building as just another skyscraper in a metropolis full of them.

Brijbassi writes: “Torontonians don’t get too excited about the tower any more. It’s been around for nearly 40 years and for most residents it serves as a directional landmark more than a place to go. But the tower — the tallest free-standing structure in Canada — is a thrill and visitors won’t be disappointed. The view in any direction you look — but especially facing southeast toward Lake Ontario and beyond on a clear day — is magnificent. (Here’s a video)”

Brijbassi makes more recommendations for visitors coming into town to experience the activity on game days during the NHL playoffs as the Toronto Maple Leafs chase the Stanley Cup, which they haven’t won since 1967. Read his article “The Maple Leafs go for glory and respect.”

To book with Westin Harour Castle: Click here, or call 1-866-500-8238. Use reference promotion code HHOFPARK to make your reservation.


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