IBIA advises attendees not to book accommodation for the Sheraton Centre Toronto through a third party as the ability to cancel the reservation will be lost and no refunds will be given. Additionally, the third party sellers add fees that are not shared with the customer until the payment has been processed and a final receipt sent.

To make your reservation, please click here.

The IBIA-negotiated room rates for this conference are (CAD/Canadian Dollar):

  • Standard room – single/double occupancy: $229/night + taxes and fees
  • Standard room – triple occupancy: $259/night + taxes and fees
  • Standard room – quad occupancy: $289/night + taxes and fees

Please note that the special IBIA rates will be available until March 8, 2019. Subject to availability.

Sheraton Centre Hotel (Host Hotel)

Toronto is home to some 2.7 million people, a sprawling city filled with distinct shouldering neighborhoods. There’s the cobblestoned and car-less Distillery District – a jigsaw of industrial warehouses filled with galleries, fashion designers and artisanal foodie haunts. Off Dundas Street West you’ll find the colourful bustle and flavour of Chinatown, while the two-kilometre strip that runs along Queen West between Bathurst St and Gladstone Ave has become home to Toronto’s young creatives and some 300 galleries, design houses, record stores, independent coffee shops, restaurants and boutique hotels.

Superbly located in the heart of Downtown Toronto and close to the city’s top attractions, the Sheraton Centre Hotel is the perfect destination. The best of downtown Toronto is located at your fingertips here – the hotel in conveniently connected to both the financial and entertainment districts by way of the PATH, a 16 underground network of shops and services. 



This practice is called room poaching. Room poaching poses numerous problems for you and IBIA:

  • Room poachers often do not deliver on promises to customers. When participants arrive, the reservations are non-existent or the hotels booked are located far from the conference.
  • Often the rooms have been canceled with hefty cancellation charges placed on the guest’s credit card.
  • When attendees book outside the reserved IBIA room block, IBIA could be held financially liable to the hotels under contract, creating a negative perception of the conference and decreasing our negotiation power for future events.