CN Tower, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
CN Tower is one of the modern Seven Wonders of the World. It is a concrete communications and observation tower in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The tower attracts more than 2 million visitors annually and is considered as the signature icon of Toronto’s skyline. The “CN” in CN Tower’s name refers to “Canadian National” originally which derived from the name of the railway company that constructed the tower. CN Tower had been the world's tallest free-standing structure for 32 years after Khalifa surpassed it in 2007 and later Khalifa surpassed by Canton Tower in 2009. The Guinness World Records has called the tower "the world's tallest free-standing tower" and "the world's tallest self-supporting tower."
CN Tower is essentially not a building because it has no floors continuously from the ground although it contains a gift shop, a restaurant and multiple observation levels. Many of the hotels near CN Tower are nearby the city of Toronto and Rexdale. Guests planning a visit to CN Tower will find many hotels in Toronto. The Ritz-Carlton, Toronto has a cheese cave and a posh bar that has amenities like free WiFi and event center. The other top-rated hotel close to downtown Toronto is the Delta Hotels by Marriott Toronto. While enjoying a stay in Toronto, close to CN Tower is an arena used for ice hockey, trade shows, and agricultural displays is Ricoh Coliseum. The Ripley's Aquarium of Canada just southeast of the CN Tower is a public aquarium. It is an ideal family attraction that contains 20,000 aquatic animals.