BEST WESTERN Plus Executive Inn
38 Estate Drive, Toronto, ON M1H 2Z1
Phone: 416-430-0444 | Fax: 416-430-0555 | 95 Rooms
Check Out Time: 11:00 AM | Check In: 3:00 PM | Online Reservations
This Highway 401 Best Western is near local attractions in Scarborough, making staying at our Toronto hotel an easy choice for travelers.
Are you looking for hotels close to the zoo? Our Best Western Scarborough has both the perfect location as well as the best amenities. Close to major Highway 401, it’s simple to get around the region. The Scarborough Business Area is a brief commute away, perfect for those in town for business with CP Rail or the Yellow Pages.
Toronto hotels Best Western-style combines elegance with affordable rates. Close to public transportation like the Go Bus, TTC and the subway, and centrally located for your convenience, business and leisure travelers alike can make the most of their stay with us. Friendly staff members are always on hand to provide recommendations and ensure your stay is flawless. Scarborough hotels, Best Western-backed, are the ultimate getaway, too.
We’re close to downtown Toronto, so fine dining, culture and night life are nearly at your doorstep. The Toronto Zoo is a must for family vacations, and Scarborough Bluff is a gorgeous must-see for all vacationers. Duck into the Ontario Science Centre to infuse a little fun education in your trip, and the Scarborough Town Centre is a shopping haven. Even for guests here for a meeting with Telus Mobility or here for a work assignment with Toyota Training Centre, it’s easy to make time for a little R&R.
Scarborough has numerous attractions like the Scarborough Historical Museum and Thompson Memorial Park. The Henry Marshall Entertainment Centre hosts events year-round, and major annual events like the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) are held here. From Nuit Blanche to the Gay Pride Parade and Santa Clause Parade, there’s always something to see. With 55 percent of local residents born outside of Canada, we welcome many guests visiting family from other parts of Canada and the US.
Hotel Amenities & Services
- Exercise facilities
- 100% smoke-free hotel
- Complimentary full breakfast, choice of breads, cereal, fruit, hot eggs, hot breakfast meat, other hot items, yogurt, juice, and coffee
- Indoor pool
- Guest laundry
- Ice/vending machines
- Concierge, virtual
- 24-hour front desk
- Exercise facility, Open from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
- Free parking
- Meeting facilities
- Business center
- Fax services
- Photocopy services
- High-speed Internet access
- Outdoor parking
- Inter corridor
- Breakfast room
- Complimentary newspaper
- Corporate rates
- Senior rates
- Group rates
- CAA/AAA rates
- CPSA rates
- Government rates
- EV (Electric Vehicle) Charger
- Cash machine (ATM)
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Conveniently located, the best western plus executive inn in Toronto, Ontario is shown on the map. Detailed driving directions from popular points or nearby cities are listed below. For those with GPS, here you go:
Longitude: 43.783441 / Latitude: -79.237319
Driving Directions to Hotel
From: Highway 401. From Highway 401 (MacDonald Cartier Freeway), Exit Markham south. Proceed west on Progress Road. The first street is Estate Drive, turn right and follow through to BEST WESTERN PLUS Executive Inn entrance.
From: Highway 2/Kingston Rd. Proceed north on Markham Road, west on Progress Avenue and north on Estate Drive to the BEST WESTERN PLUS Executive Inn.
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We care about the quality of your stay with us. Below are nearby attractions, shopping and restaurants that are popular with our guests. Listed locations are nearby with approximate distance listed where available.
Most Popular Area Attractions
Covering over 625 acres of farmland, Andrews' Scenic Acres are located west of Toronto in the town of Milton, Ontario. Originally planned as a pick-your-own berry farm by Lauraine and Bert Andrews, the farm now includes farmers markets and the Scotch Block Winery.
Adult group tours are offered throughout the spring and summer and the farm is also a popular school field trip destination. Featuring a large playground, a farm animal corral, and free hayrides, Andrews’ Scenic Acres is the perfect place for classic family fun.
The Art Gallery of Ontario
A representation for art in the Toronto area has been an important element of the community for more than a century. In 1900, local citizens founded the Art Gallery of Ontario, formerly named the Art Museum of Toronto.
By 2004, the gallery was ready for a significant renovation. Local architect, Frank Gehry designed the $276 million Transformation AGO project, his first project in Canada. It's a premier attraction in Toronto.
The Art Gallery of Ontario was unveiled in 2008, featuring a new entrance, a new four-story wing made of blue titanium and glass and a new wood and glass facade.
Visitors to this impressive gallery view over 80,000 works of art, including European art, Oceanic art, modern art, African art, contemporary art and Renaissance and Baroque era art. With 480,000 square feet of space, the Art Gallery of Ontario is one of North America's largest galleries.
Located in the heart of downtown Toronto, the Bata Shoe Museum is home to over 10,000 footwear items from all over the world and all throughout history. The museum is truly one-of-a-kind, as it's the largest collection of footwear in North America and perhaps the only footwear museum as well.
Aside from the historic, exotic footwear, the museum proudly hosts lectures, performances, and family events as well. Bata features four primary exhibits, three of which are open on a time limited basis, are available for viewing seven days a week, closed only on Christmas and Good Friday. Tour this museum on your next visit to Toronto.
Also known as the Toronto Island Airport, the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport (YTZ) is a public airport located on the on the Toronto Islands just south of the city of Toronto. Serving the Toronto metropolitan area, YTZ is Ontario’s third busiest airport in terms of passengers.
YTZ supports two airlines; Sky Regional Airlines and Porter Airlines – as well as two terminals. When flying into southern Ontario, be sure to plan your flight so you land at Billy Bishop. Once in Toronto, you'll have a wide range of exciting attractions to see. Don't miss the Air Canada Centre or the Art Gallery of Ontario.
Seating over 21,000 soccer fans, BMO Field is the fifth stadium to be built in its location in the Exhibition Place district of Toronto, Ontario. Owned by the City of Toronto and operated by Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment Ltd., it is home to the Canada men's national soccer team, Toronto FC, and Canada national rugby union team.
Visitors to BMO Field will find themselves immersed in food options, with favorites including RealSports Bar & Grill, Footy's Footlongs and Taco FC. Those looking to celebrate can join the party at the Budweiser King Club and other bars in the stadium's concourse.
Bruce Peninsula National Park
The park provides visitors with the perfect conditions for a wealth of outdoor possibilities, including hiking and bird watching.
Arguably the park's most popular hiking destination, the Grotto is a picturesque limestone cave carved out by the waves of Georgian Bay. Meanwhile, the Visitors' Centre boasts a viewing tower that reaches 20 meters high and provides aerial views of the park and water.
Casa Loma in Toronto
The populous, global city of Toronto is home to a variety of museums, galleries, performing arts centers, sports venues and attractions. While visiting the Capital City, be sure to include a visit to the Art Gallery of Ontario and Casa Loma.
This beautiful Gothic Revival style castle, known as "Canada's Majestic Castle," was the home for Financier Sir Henry Mill Pellatt. A team of three hundred construction workers completed this incredible house from 1911 - 1914, at a cost of nearly $3.5 million. It was designed by E.J. Lennox, a local architect who also designed several other Toronto landmarks.
By 1923, Pellatt moved out of the house. In 1937, the Kiwanis Club leased the castle and began offering tours for the public. Enjoy a self-guided tour of this magnificent estate to see the Great Hall, Library, Dining Room, and the Conservatory, and much more.
Centreville Amusement Park, Ontario
Located on Centre Island, Centreville Amusement Park is set on more than 600 acres of land – and just a seven-minute ferry ride from downtown Toronto.
This summer-time park on Lake Ontario boasts a variety of rides for little ones and adults. Whether visiting Far Enough Farm or getting a thrill on the Toronto Island Monster Coaster, there's plenty to do for the whole family.
Kids love to ride the Centreville Train, Pony Express, and the Kiddie Boat. Families love the Touring Cars, the Antique Carousel, and the Centreville Ferris Wheel. Be prepared to get soaked on the Log Flume Ride, and glide across the lake on one of the life-like Swans.
To get to Centreville, take the Centre Island ferry from 9 Queens Quay in West Toronto.
CN Tower at night
Functioning as a telecommunications antenna, Canadian National Tower's dramatic architecture and observation level make it a popular tourist attraction.
Visitors to the tower's Indoor Lookout Level enjoy a breathtaking view of Toronto through the Glass Floor before dining at 360 Restaurant, which completes a revolution around the tower every 90 minutes. Make the most of your next visit to Toronto and explore the CN Tower – it truly is a premier destination.
Established in 1984, the Gardiner Museum features nearly 3,000 pieces of ceramic works of art – making it Canada’s lone museum encompassing only ceramics. Neighboring the Royal Ontario Museum, the Gardiner Museum is set within the eastern part of the Toronto metropolitan area.
This Toronto museum showcases ceramic works from Ancient Americas, Italian Renaissance, and the English Delftware – plus porcelain from China, Japan, and across Europe. The Gardiner Museum also features clay classes and events hosted at the museum, plus the Gardiner Bistro and the Gardiner Museum Shop.
Hosting more than 300,000 visitors each year, the Hockey Hall of Fame is located in the Bank of Montreal builing in downtown Toronto, Ontario. Originally established by James T. Sutherland, the hall now honors National Hockey League and other North American and international league players, including Gordie Howe, Mario Lemieux and Wayne Gretzke.
Visitors to the Hockey Hall of Fame enjoy interactive exhibits like the NHLPA Be A Player Zone and Source For Sports Shoot Out, while the MCI Great Hall holds the Hall of Fame's centerpiece, The Stanley Cup.
After being founded in 1999, the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, also known as MOCCA, was relocated from New York to Toronto in 2005. Fans of contemporary art and Toronto metro area travelers flock to the museum to witness exhibits from over 800 artists from seven different countries.
The museum features two separate exhibit areas – the 5,000 sq. ft. Main Space and the 1,000 sq. ft. Project Room. Free tours are offered Saturdays and Sundays at 2 p.m., with more specialized art shows frequently put on at the museum as well. Be sure to check on what events are taking place at MOCCA during your visit.
Ontario Legislative Building
Constructed in 1893, the Ontario Legislative Building, located in downtown Toronto, houses prominent Canadian figures like the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario, the Legislative Assembly of Ontario, and offices for members of the provincial parliament.
Altogether, the building is five stories tall with a multitude of separate wings and add-ons occurring throughout the years.
The impressive structure is surrounded by Queen's Park and is near University of Toronto. No matter your reason for visiting Toronto and the extended metro area, be sure to take a tour of the Ontario Legislative Building.
A perfect spot for winter, PawsWay is a more than pet-friendly indoor eatery and 3,700 square foot space for dogs to roam off-leash in the city of Toronto. The first facility of its kind in Canada, PawsWay also offers free admittance and clean-up bags.
Closed on Tuesday, PawsWay also features exhibits, events and onsite experts for any pet-owner. PawsWay is located on Toronto’s Harbour Front, close to many of the top and must-see attractions in Toronto. You'll want to see the Ontario Legislative Building, the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, and the Hockey Hall of Fame.
With the seating capacity for 8,000 hockey fans, Ricoh Coliseum is located in Toronto, Ontario. Owned by the City of Toronto and operated by Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment Ltd., it is home to the American Hockey League's Toronto Marlies, the Maple Leafs' farm team.
Formerly known as both the Civic Arena and the CNE Coliseum, the facility also hosts the Lingerie Football League's Toronto Triumph as well as WWE professional wrestling events. Since its opening in 1921, the building has held exhibitions of the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair and the Royal Canadian Horse Show and now hosts Canadian National Exhibition events.
Open daily throughout the year, Ripley's Aquarium of Canada boasts over 5.7-million-litre aquarium sure to entice anyone visiting downtown Toronto. Neighboring the CN Tower, the aquarium features several galleries, including Rainbow Reef, Dangerous Lagoon, and Canadian Waters.
Ripley's Aquarium of Canada frequently hosts non-aquatic events like weddings, receptions, birthday parties, and more – all of which are common at the aquarium grounds. Don't forget to visit Systems Control, where guests can see exactly how the world-class facility is run. It's a must-visit destination in Toronto.
With a seating capacity of 54,000, Rogers Centre is a multi-purpose stadium complex in downtown Toronto, Ontario. Originally known as the SkyDome, the stadium changed its name when it was purchased by Rogers Communications, which also purchased the Toronto Blue Jays, who call the stadium home.
Besides being the first stadium in North America with a fully retractable roof, Rogers Centre can be converted to host a variety of other sports including soccer, cricket, Gaelic football, Hurling, Australian rules football, tennis and NCAA International Bowl games.
Toronto's Roy Thomson Hall
The home of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Roy Thomson Hall is a landmark of downtown Toronto, Ontario. Completed in 1982 and renovated in 2002 to improve acoustics, the hall takes its name as thanks for the donations the family of Roy Thomson – the founder of the publishing giant, Thomson Corporation.
Roy Thomson Hall now hosts many gala screenings each year and is one of the main venues used by the Toronto International Film Festival. Shots of the concert hall can be seen in the first of the X-Men films and it is also featured in the documentary, Toronto Architecture.
With its unique, circular architecture and its impressive, built-in pipe organ, Roy Thomson Hall is a must-see for Toronto visitors seeking arts and culture.
One of North America’s largest museums, the Royal Ontario Museum is set within the Toronto metropolitan area as a major attraction. Established in 1914, ROM attracts more than one million annual visitors – all of which may explore over six million items across forty galleries.
Covering topics of art, natural history, science, architecture and more, Toronto's ROM is the largest field-research institution in Ontario – and even Canada. Formerly operated by the University of Toronto, ROM also features the Michael Lee-Chin Crystal Gallery, and the kid-friendly CIBC Discovery Gallery.
Toronto is home to a rich landscape of premier attractions. The Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, located in downtown Toronto, hosts a wonderful variety of year-round entertaining performances. Plan a special evening out with a group of family or friends by attending your favorite performance at the centre. Cap off a wonderful evening, by enjoying a delicious meal made by the centre's Executive Chef.
Let this exceptional Toronto-area performing arts centre host your next special event and let the staff take care of the details.The centre is easily accessible to the GO train station, as well as to the TTC subway line. Those driving to the centre will find plenty of parking on Scott Street and on the Esplanade.
Attracting around one million visitors per week, Toronto Eaton Centre is a shopping mall and office complex located in downtown Toronto, Ontario. Owned and managed by Cadillac Fairview, the mall boasts 330 retail stores, including Abercrombie & Fitch, Foot Locker, Lacoste and H&M.
Eaton Center is served by Queen station and Dundas station on the Yonge–University–Spadina line of the Toronto subway and is accessible by Dundas Street and Yonge Street. Hungry Eaton Center shoppers enjoy a variety of offerings at the Urban Eatery, the mall's food court, which features McDonald's, A&W, KFC, and Subway.
Drawing over half a million people each year, the Toronto Jazz Festival is a ten-day event held in over 40 venues across Toronto, Ontario. Sponsored by TD Bank, the festival kicks off in late June and stretches through early July, with Nathan Phillips Square serving as the hub of the celebration.
The festival brings first-rate jazz, blues, funk, R&B, hip-hop and Latin performers from all over the world and past festival headliners have included household names like Miles Davis, Dizzy Gillespie, Ray Charles, Tony Bennett, Rosemary Clooney, Etta James, Herbie Hancock and Blind Boys of Alabama.
Drawing over half a million people each year, the Toronto Santa Claus Parade is held every November in downtown Toronto, Ontario. The parade starts at Christie Pits and travels to St. Lawrence Market, passing several Toronto landmarks like the Rom and Eaton Centre along the way.
The Toronto Santa Claus Parade has been a Toronto tradition since 1905, featuring over 25 floats, 24 bands and 1,700 participants – including dancing clowns and Santa Claus himself. Major sponsors McDonalds, Canadian Tire, Lowe's and Sears Canada keep the fun alive each year.
Established in 1974, the Toronto Zoo is located within the eastern part of the Toronto metropolitan area. Covering 287 acres – making it Canada’s largest zoo and one of the biggest zoos in the world – Toronto's zoo encompasses over 5,000 animals across 500 species.
Open from May through December, the Toronto Zoo features exhibits across seven zoogeographic regions – from Africa back to the Canadian Domain – plus extra kid-friendly sectors like Waterside Theatre, Splash Island, and the Giant Panda Experience. The Toronto Zoo also hosts annual events like the African Arts & Culture Festival, Seafood For Thought, and the Oasis ZooRun.
University of Toronto campus
Founded in 1827, University of Toronto is a public university most known for its proficiencies in literary criticism and communication theory. The college, spread across 170 acres of metro Toronto scenery, boasts over 33,000 undergraduate and over 13,000 graduate students annually.
Varsity Blues is not just a 90s movie – the University of Toronto Varsity Blues compete in 44 varsity sports, primarily in the Canadian Inter-university Sport and the Ontario University Athletics groups, respectively.
Catch a sporting event and cheer on the Varsity Blues year round. Explore the campus on your next Toronto visit.
Opened in 2004, the Vaughan Mills Shopping Centre is one of the largest shopping facilities in Ontario. With 200 stores and nearly 100,000 square meters of retail space, you're sure to find just the thing you're looking for when exploring the Toronto area.
You'll find Vaughan Mills Shopping Centre only minutes from LEGOLAND Discovery Centre Toronto, at the southeast corner of Rutherford Road and Highway 400. It's a premier shopping destination for Toronto residents and visitors. You can also access the shopping centre via the Vaughan Mills Shopping Shuttle.
A two-day, outdoor festival for dogs and their owners, Woofstock is held each summer in Toronto’s historic St. Lawrence Market Neighborhood. Woofstock is not only the largest dog festival in the Toronto metropolitan area, but also North America.
Woofstock is free to the public, and features contests, shopping, and live entertainment – not to mention Winter Woofstock held in November. Established in 2003, Woofstock offers everything from vendor booths, to pageants and "Yappy Hour."
Opened in 1964, the Yorkdale Shopping Centre is one of the largest of its kind in Toronto. With 250 stores and more than 130,000 square meters of retail space, stop in on your visit to the Toronto area to find gifts and souvenirs for back home.
Plan your next visit to Toronto and check out some of the most exceptional shopping in the area. The Yorkdale Shopping Centre features a wide range of top designer stores and a slew of great deals throughout the year. Other nearby attractions you can see when done shopping include the Royal Ontario Museum, and the Toronto Zoo.
More Area Attractions & Services
- 0.10 kilometer(s) from Scarborough Chamber of Commerce
- 2.00 kilometer(s) from Scarborough Civic Center, winter skating, summer entertainment
- 4.00 kilometer(s) from Scarborough Historical Museum
- 4.00 kilometer(s) from Morningside Park
- 10.00 kilometer(s) from Toronto Zoo
- 14.00 kilometer(s) from Main Street/Unionville Village
- 15.00 kilometer(s) from Ontario Science Center
- 15.00 kilometer(s) from Rosetta McClain Gardens
- 20.00 kilometer(s) from Scarborough Bluffs Park and Marina
- 20.00 kilometer(s) from Guild Inn and Cliffhanger, outdoor productions
- 24.00 kilometer(s) from Yorkville
- 24.00 kilometer(s) from Chinatown
- 25.00 kilometer(s) from Royal Ontario Museum
- 25.00 kilometer(s) from Art Gallery of Ontario
- 25.00 kilometer(s) from Casa Loma Castle
- 25.00 kilometer(s) from Harbourfront-Queen's Quay
- 26.00 kilometer(s) from Eaton Centre
- 26.00 kilometer(s) from Hockey Hall of Fame
- 26.00 kilometer(s) from Center Island Ferry Docks
- 28.00 kilometer(s) from Air Canada Centre
- 28.00 kilometer(s) from CN Tower
- 2.00 kilometer(s) from Scarborough Town Center, 200 stores, theatres and dining (packages)
Local Area Recreation Opportunities
- Indoor pool
- 1.00 kilometer(s) from Indoor Golf Dome
- 2.00 kilometer(s) from Curling Club
- 5.00 kilometer(s) from Family Golf Center
- 12.00 kilometer(s) from Kidstown Water Playground
- 20.00 kilometer(s) from Lake Ontario
- 20.00 kilometer(s) from Scarborough Bluffs Parl and Marina
- 48.00 kilometer(s) from Woodbine Racetrack & Slots
- 125 kilometer(s) from Casino Rama
- Adjacent to The Keg Steakhouse, 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 Midnight
- 1.00 kilometer(s) from McDonalds, 24 hours
- 1.00 kilometer(s) from Oriental Feast Buffet
- 1.00 kilometer(s) from Griffith Pub
- 2.00 kilometer(s) from Jack Astors
- 2.00 kilometer(s) from Montana's
- 2.00 kilometer(s) from Scott House Restaurant
- 2.00 kilometer(s) from Red Lobster
- 2.00 kilometer(s) from Scarborough Town Center Mall, restaurants and food court
- 2.00 kilometer(s) from Station Restaurant
- 2.00 kilometer(s) from Milestones Bar & Grill
- 2.00 kilometer(s) from Boston Pizza
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