Located in the heart of fashionable Yorkville, the Hazelton Hotel Toronto is comprised of 77 suites in a limestone building designed by internationally renowned designers Yabu Pushelberg interiors and ONE, a Mark McEwan restaurant designed to set the standard for five-star hotels in Canada. This luxury boutique hotel offers high-end rooms and amenities, including lush, pillow-top beds, heated marble floors in the bathrooms and separate walk-in showers.
We live in a high-tech gadget world were we are in-love with our toys and can’t get enough of them to make our lives better. The OPUS Vancouver, a luxury boutique hotel in Vancouver will be offering an iPhone that will serve as your phone in your guest room so goodbye to the old phones that are traditionally in your hotel guest room.
The Hazelton Hotel, a luxury boutique hotel in Toronto, announced that its newest amenity – the art concierge that would be available to guests and the general public. Located in the city’s prestigious Yorkville neighborhood, home to nearly 40 art dealers and galleries – the hotel boast an extensive on-site contemporary art collection.
Hotelier Jeff Stober, the man behind the Drake Hotel Toronto have recently bought the former Devonshire Inn to be renamed the Drake Devonshire Inn in Wellington,Prince Edward County. The hotel will boost six-room stylish country lodging, a restaurant that will feature farm-to-table dining by Chris Sanderson whom is a Drake veteran, a rough-luxe design palette with the usual Drake essence to rustic Canadiana and a deck that will captivated the beautiful Prince Edward County overlooking the lake that as per Stober hopes to be as scene-y as the rooftop patio on Queen. Stober told theGlobe and Mail that he envisions the hotel as a “camp for grown-ups” eager to leave the city on the weekend but still hang out someplace hip (he plans to offer cultural programming from local artists and musicians, plus an old-school games room). The Drake Devonshire Inn is set to open early 2013.
Drake Devonshiree Inn is located at 24 Wharf St. in Wellington, Prince Edward County
Hotel Ocho owner Louise Choi officially opened the boutique hotel in June 2011. Built 110 years ago in 1902, the hotel’s large four storey heritage building has been a cigar factory and garment warehouse and it took five years of renovation from the city’s top design firms. A first-level lounge, second restaurant, and twelve hotel suites with no big hotel facilities like an indoor pool or gym on its premises. WiFi are available within their suites with flat screen TVs which is an added bonus. The hotel is located in between Chinatown and Queen Street West,