Rogers Cup, presented by National Bank, is a prestigious professional tennis tournament organized by Tennis Canada and one of two US Open ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Series tournaments. Each year, Montreal and Toronto share the task of hosting the best mens and womens players in the world, with both tournaments played at the same time. In 2018, from August 4-12, the WTA will play in Montreal, while the ATP will play in Toronto. The Qualifying Rounds will take place from August 1-3, 2018. If you miss this years Rogers Cup in your favorite city, you will have to wait two years to see your favorite players again!

Coupe Rogers is the 3rd oldest tennis tournament in the world, after Wimbledon and the U.S. Open, and has been played since 1881 on the hard Deco Turf courts of Uniprix Stadium. For many years, the tournament has been one of the favorite spots for the best tennis players in the world. Past champions include names such as Agassi, McEnroe, Borg, Murray, Nadal, Djokovic, Federer, and many others.

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Rogers Cup Montreal (Uniprix Stadium)

Montreal, the largest city of Canada’s Quebec province, set on an island in the Saint Lawrence River, is not only about tennis. Officials take a whole new approach to organize the Rogers Cup as they emphasize the on-site festival-like experience. Get ready for delicious dining, lots of shopping, daily activities including your favorite player’s autograph sessions, and many different entertainment options.

Rogers Cup Toronto (Aviva Centre)

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Rogers Cup Hotel Picks

Montreal Hotels

Stay Downtown and visit all of the tourist’s favorite spots between the matches! You will have a number of choices if you decide to find a place in the city center. Downtown Montreal is not only full of world class hotels, but you will also find charming smaller Inns and B&Bs there.

Located in Montreal’s Golden Square Mile, Le Mount Stephen is a guest favorite and one of our top pics in Montreal. Housed in a historic mansion, the hotel is located just minutes from the Museum of Fine Arts, Bell Center, McGill University, and Ste-Catherine Street, known for shopping. It provides its visitors with beautiful antique restaurant and exterior, as well as gorgeous modern rooms with luxurious touches such as marble bathrooms. Heated floors, rain forest shower heads with Chroma lighting therapy – just a few of many perks which you can find in your hotel room!

Looking for familiarity? Pick the Courtyard by Marriott Montreal Downtown! Located in the business district, the hotel is conveniently positioned to all the city’s points of interest and maintains its traditional high brand standards. Enjoy the indoor rooftop pool, hot tub, sauna, fitness room, on-site restaurant, and outdoor terrace!

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If you are looking for authenticity and luxurious decor, definitely stay at Loews Hotel Vogue. Located only 50 m from Ste-Catherine Street, the hotel features an on-site restaurant, La Société, offering Parisian bistro-style cuisine, stylish and spacious rooms, gorgeous bathrooms with jet bathtubs and professional and attentive staff. Can’t go wrong with that!

Renaissance Montreal Downtown Hotel is definitely one of the top pics in Montreal! This luxurious lifestyle hotel is known for its local street art interior design, as well as a panoramic lounge with stunning city views, and a delicious Asian restaurant. Plus, you will get to stay just minutes away from Montreal’s most popular landmarks!

If you are looking for a one-of-a-kind experience with delicious breakfast in the privacy of your guest-room, stay at Petite Auberge Les Bons Matins, a charming Inn located in the heart of Montreal. Enjoy a truly relaxing environment, friendly staff and spacious rooms full of character in the heart of the city!

Sir Montcalm Gite B&B is another beautiful, tranquil, and private property in Montreal. Great value and location, beautiful rooms, kind and helpful owners and hosts in one… and you may even take a morning walk to the beach, which is only about 20 minutes away!

Rent one of the apartments or vacation rentals and stay close to Uniprix stadium!. This lovely fully equipped Apartment on two floors is near the subway and a great value, with easy Subway access, free toiletries, free wifi, and only 1.2 miles from Uniprix Stadium!

Habitats Julie et David is another great option if you would like to stay close to the tournament site. You may even rent a bike at the property and get your daily portion of exercise before watching some of the best tennis players in the world! Also, take advantage of the BBQ area and celebrate their victories with your family and friends during warm summer evenings!

Looking for a true home away from home? Then stay at one of the MTLVacationRentals – The Chic Laurier or The FabFour – and experience Montreal from the eyes of locals! These vacation rentals are both spacious – great for large groups of friends and families. They come with plenty of perks such as terrace, BBQ area, bicycle rentals, fully equipped kitchens and much more! They are both very comfortable and provide you with a truly relaxing ambiance. In addition, apartments are located in the beautiful Plateau-Mont-Royal neighborhood with tons of fantastic dining options, and just minutes away from Mont-Royal Metro Station.

Lastly, it is definitely worth to stop by Old Town while visiting Montreal. In fact, if you are looking for beautiful luxurious hotels with a lot of character, history, and outstanding customer service, Old Montreal may be your best pick!

Stay at Hotel Bonaparte because of its wonderful staff and outdoor rooftop terrace, or pick Hotel Place D’Armes and enjoy their full-service Rainspa and gourmet dining options at seasonal rooftop Terasse 701.

However, if you are looking for the best of the best – a celebrity treatment with a world class service, Old Town Montreal and its historic landmark hotel – Hotel Le St. James Montreal, located on prestigious St-Jacques Street, are waiting for you! Enjoy a prime location in the heart of Old Town just minutes from Old Port and St. Lawrence River, get spoiled in the hotel’s full-service spa, and taste gourmet food from the on-site XO Restaurant. Don’t forget to pick up a bottle of wine from the hotel’s wide selection on your way to their library or have a drink and enjoy stunning views from hotel’s rooftop terrace! Cheers! Relax and have fun!

Toronto Hotels

You will have a number of diverse accommodation options while watching your favorite Rogers Cup in Toronto. It is really up to you to decide whether to stay closer to York University and Aviva Centre, or book your room in The Old Town and have the city’s main attractions just minutes away.

Toronto Hotels Close to Aviva Centre

  • Courtyard by Marriott Toronto Vaughan – What a great value! Only 1.7 miles from Aviva Centre, home of the Rodgers Cup and 10 minutes away from Canada’s Wonderland, which makes it the closest hotel to famous amusement park and entertainment venue. Also, D&B, Vaughan Mills Shopping Centre, LEGOLAND Discovery Centre, Vaughan Sports Village and Canlan Ice Sports-York Complex are just minutes away! Courtyard Toronto Vaughan is a great option for group of friends or families with children, who like to have fun or prefer to relax in the complimentary hotel pool and hot tub after long tennis days.
  • Best Western plus Toronto North York Hotel & Suites – If you are looking for a convenient location in the neighborhood of York University, this 4-star Best Western is also located about 1.3 miles from the tournament venue. It features beautiful, large contemporary rooms, and comes with complimentary amenities such aa a pool and hot tub, along with a great location near shopping, dining and enjoyable attractions. Relax, enjoy, and have fun!
  • Residence Inn Toronto Vaughans – also located about 1.7 miles away from the venue, the Residence in is is a great choice for those who like to have their space and decide to make the tournament a mandatory stop and part of their vacation. Although minutes away from the entertainment sites, this extended stay hotel is situated in a quiet, peaceful environment and provides you with everything you need in order to relax and stay in shape. Pool, fitness center, hot tub, running maps,… and even more!
  • Holiday Inn Express North York – However, if you’re looking for a great value, free breakfast, spacious rooms, friendly staff, and Canada’s Wonderland, York University, ad LEGOLAND just 10 minutes away, definitely stay at Holiday Inn Express North York, located only 1.2 miles from the Roger’s Cup venue.
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Toronto Hotels in Old Town

  • Omni King Edward Hotels – Pick modern and elegant Omni King Edward Hotel and experience their excellent customer service, taste classic high tea, and discover a true relaxation at European-style Nouvelle Maria Spa. In addition, you will be located close to city’s main attractions such as Hockey Hall of fame, Toronto Eaton Center, Four Seasons Center for the Performing Arts, Toronto symphony orchestra, and you will gain convenient subway access. That’s not all! This Beautiful luxurious boutique hotel is only about half mile away from Lake Ontario!
  • The Novotel Toronto – another great option while enjoying your favorite tennis tournament. This European style hotel is located only 8 mins from the beach and just minutes from city’s main attractions. Don’t forget to try its Café Nicole, elegant restaurant serving international meals.
  • Three-Bedroom on Queen Street E Apartment – another possibility to stay in The Old Town is to rent an apartment. You will receive a lot of privacy, space, and a great value! Some of your options include this Three-Bedroom on Queen Street E Apartment and this Eclectic Luxury Downtown Toronto Apartment Hotel.
  • Residence & Conference Centre – Toronto Downtown – a condo hotel and one of the city’s best sellers. It provides you with a great price which makes it a perfect alternative to a traditional hotel. On top of that, it is less than 5 minutes’ walk from Toronto’s historic Distillery District and offers some of the most beautiful city views.

Totally Unique Toronto Hotels

The Ivy at Verity – Looking for something truly romantic? Then definitely stay at The Ivy. This 1850’s chocolate factory is lovely! It only has four rooms, but you can experience a lot of luxury, attention to detail, plenty of space, and privacy. The hotel features exclusive George Restaurant and a women’s only spa. Also, The Saint Lawrence Market is an 8-minute walk away!

Looking for a one of a kind experience? Stay at Making Waves Boatel and enjoy truly authentic marina life! Set on a boat and docked in Toronto Harbour, this unique and seasonal bed and breakfast boasts unlimited views of the city centre and Lake Ontario. Join the captain for breakfast and taste the delicious food made of local ingredients, or relax on the boat deck and admire beautiful evening sunsets and panoramic city views. Any questions? Just talk to amazing Boatel staff who will guide you throughout your stay in Toronto. On top of that, all of the harbor attractions and tours are just minutes away!

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Venue Information

Aviva Centre at York University
1 Shoreham Drive, Suite 100
Toronto, Ontario
8,000 capacity (Centre Court)Aviva Centre Seating Map

Uniprix Stadium
285 Gary-Carter Street
Montreal, Quebec
11,715 capacity (Centre Court)
4,296 capacity (National Bank Court)

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Rogers Cup Transfer & Ground Transport

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Rogers Cup Car Rentals

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Rogers Cup Flight Info

Toronto – Montreal

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Cheap Flight Tips:

1) Tuesdays and Wednesdays are generally the cheapest days to fly. Next lowest fares are usually Thursday and Saturday (which usually means you can catch quarter finals on Friday, and head out on Saturday)

2) If you’ve already searched multiple times on a site for airfare, trying going private or incognito on your browser, which may show newer and lower rates

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Montreal Popular Activities & Things to Do

Montreal, the cultural capital of Canada, is just beautiful… Royalty, boutiques, cafes, museums, river surfing, as well as modern design.

Toronto Popular Activities & Things to Do

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