Ritz Carlton Montreal Awarded AAA 5 Diamond Status


Joining the ranks of the Shangri-la Vancouver, Four Seasons Whistler, Ritz-Carlton Toronto and officially the Ritz-Carlton Montreal, just four months after re-opening, has been awarded the most prestigious AAA Five Diamond Award®, recognizing its status as one of North America’s most luxurious hotels.

Shangri-La Toronto to get its own signature restaurant

Eats & Sips

With the impending opening this month of luxury hotel Shangri-La Toronto, this week we find out more about another great news that the hotel will have its own signature restaurant called Bosk, reports the National Post. Bosk, which literally means a small wooded area will feature decor of natural oak. The 80-seat restaurant to be led by Executive chef Jean Paul Lourdes, include a private dining room and an outdoor terrace perfect for summer weather. This will be a different concept and offering from the Momofuku Toronto David Chang’s restaurant: Noodle Bar, Nikai, Daishō, and Shōtō.  Read the entire story [National Post] »

Shangri-la Toronto set to open this August – stay tuned!


Back in October 2011, Shangri-la Toronto one of the newest luxury property set to open in Toronto and the second Shangri-la Hotels and Resorts (Shangrila Vancouver opened in January 2009) from the Asian-based luxury hotel group in North America have set an ambitious pinpoint precision to open this August 7 at exactly 1:30 pm.

OPUS Vancouver offers iPhones to their guests


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.

Skyline Hotels & Resorts to Manage Iconic Hotel


Politicians, celebrities, movie stars,financial gurus you name it have stayed at the King Edward Hotel located on the south side of King Street East at Victoria Street steps away from Toronto’s financial district built by George Gooderham of Gooderham and Worts Distillery opened its doors on May 11,1903. Now under new ownership to Skyline Hotels & Resorts, this architectural and cultural icon the hospitality division of Skyline International Development, has signed a deal to assume management of The King Edward Hotel in July, and has planned a major revamp of the 109-year-old Toronto property.