The Four Seasons Toronto reboots its presence in the city’s Yorkville neighbourhood with a brand new hotel/condominium on the eastern edge of the fashionista and celeb area. Set to open in October 5, the luxury flagship hotel Continue reading
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. Continue reading
Already recognized by Wallpaper Magazine as the second best hotel in the world for best new business hotels, the Templar Hotel,part of the Design Hotels Group quietly opened its doors this past May. It’s been a year and half as I’ve been keeping a close eye on new developments on actual hotel opening dates and looking at their website photos it surely doesn’t disappoint. The Templar Hotel is located at the Entertainment District on Adelaide St, just west of Peter St, with 8 stories, 27 styled luxury guest rooms – each one with an iPad created by Toronto-based designer Del Terrelonge, Monk Kitchen, helmed by Chef Roberto Fracchioni, a rooftop bar and a luxury Japanese influence Onsen Spa. Rates starts at $395.
Following an extensive $200 million transformation, the Ritz-Carlton Montreal re-opened its doors May 28,2012 re-establishing itself as one of the top luxury hotel that have welcomed some of the world’s head of state, celebrities and royalty including the Queen Mother, Winston Churchill, Pierre Elliott Trudeau,as well as Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, who celebrated their first wedding anniversary at the hotel. The buildings façade was preserved and restored, as were the lobby and the famous hotel garden. Continue reading
The Hotel Le Germain Toronto, located at 30 Mercer St, in the heart of the Toronto’s Entertainment District hands down gets my vote for top boutique with world-class unparalleled service from its competition. Their staff are attentive but not intrusive, and are known for going beyond the call of duty to accommodate special requests,like dietary needs and tours out of town. The Hotel Le Germain which is Canadian owned small chain opened a second location last year, Hotel Le Germain Maple Leaf Square, that continues to impress and remain true to its thoughtful service,with a remarkable location which is perfect for sports fans and anyone attending an event at the Air Canada Centre