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Visiting SickKids

Nearby accommodations

The following accommodation lists are provided for families to easily find places to stay overnight close to the hospital. There are two lists; one has short term accommodation options (Hotels) and the other has longer term accommodation options (furnished apartments). Most of the hotels on the list do provide patient rates, so please bring proof of appointment with you in order for them to honor those rates. 

To find out exact pricing, and to book a reservation, please contact the hotel directly. 

Short-term accommodation list 

Long-term accommodation list 

*Please note; these are limited lists and there are many other options throughout Toronto. Listed hotels were chosen due to proximity to hospital and discounts provided to families at SickKids.

For more information about Toronto, call 416-392-CITY (2489) or visit www.toronto.ca.

Ronald McDonald House Toronto

Ronald McDonald House is available for eligible families, with children being treated for critical illness, for accommodation needs. 

Please visit their website at http://www.rmhtoronto.org/ or call 416-977-0458 for more information on eligibility criteria and steps to apply.

Inpatient room parent beds

In most unit rooms, there is a bed in the room for one parent to use. This is free and allows a parent to care for and comfort their child. If the other parent/family members require accommodations, they should make their own arrangements at local hotels.

If you have concerns about finances

The Resource Navigation Program is available to assist families find and utilize resources available to them. The Resource Navigation Program is supervised by the Social Work Department at SickKids.

If you would like to make an appointment, or have any questions about resources you may email the Family Resource Coordinator at resource.navigation@sickkids.ca or call 416-813-6805.

Sometimes government programs or service clubs, such as the Rotary Club, Lions Club or Easter Seals, will help families pay for things while their child is in hospital. Before you come to the hospital, ask your local community if it can help.