The Hazelton Hotel Toronto
Tucked away from the coastal center of Toronto’s up-market Yorkville district. The Hazelton Hotel overlooks a bunch of trendy boutiques, restaurants and bars, all only a two-minute stroll from Toronto’s Mink Mile, the town’s designer cart. The junction of the two major subway lines, in the corner of Yonge and Bloor Streets, is a 10-minute wander off, as is the Royal Ontario Museum.
Style & personality
This independent house gets the kind of full scale luxury favoured by lifestyle-conscious high-achievers, along with the occasional pop celebrity. The design speaks of a well-appointed old-style private club — all dark and lavish, with lots of feel and comfy seating nooks. Retro colors — rusts, oranges and greens — have been given a modern twist, with floral lighting, metal accents, soft cloths and ostrich leather heating things up.
Service & amenities
Find careful, luxury-calibre support from a group of employees that’s well-practiced at catering to whims, and quick off the draw to call you by name. A full size spa touts Swiss merchandise lineup Valmont. The spa and gym shifting areas have big steam rooms, using a elevator which takes you down to some calm lap pool.
The rooms are spacious, uncluttered, and dimmed, with enormous closets, swivel TVs, curtains you may control from a bedside change, and also a through-the-roof thread count. A Nespresso machine can help kick-start your own day. A hot, dark green granite bath does not feel overdone and comes replete with heated flooring, L’Occitane comforts, a significant bath for two and another shower. Nineteen of those 77 rooms have balconies.
Food & beverage
ONE Restaurant is a destination in itself, helmed by one of Canada’s top chefs, Mark McEwan, that, along with using his own TV series, The Heat, was among those Warriors on leading Chef Canada. Vintage Italian and French flavours are paired up with the very best ingredients Ontario has to offer you. A traditional beef selection is encouraged by hearty seafood and pasta dishes, and a massive starter listing that includes decadent items like truffled perogies, fresh oysters, grilled octopus and foie gras crostini.
Two private dining rooms are all available, as is 24-hour in-room dining and personal catering. The lively pub is ideal for people-watching along with a boxwood-lined terrace is always occupied. Total breakfast possibilities such grilled salmon rosti and lemon ricotta pancakes are accompanied by a large assortment of teas, a nutritious smoothie listing and very good coffee.
Value for cash
Double rooms from 435 Canadian Dollars (#260) in low season; also out of 495 Canadian Dollars (#295) in high season. Free Wi-Fi. Breakfast not included (in 20 Canadian Dollars/p12).
Accessibility for guests with disabilities?
The principal floor and lifts are totally accessible. 2 465-square-foot rooms are wheelchair-adapted, with available important inserts, towel bars and shower seats.
All rooms have an additional outer doorway, so households can asked to be connected with the adjoining room. The Hazelton includes a Johnson & Johnson welcome kit for infantstoddlers and toddlers will discover a rubber duck and child-sized bathrobes awaiting them in their room on arrival. The concierge can also customise kids’s extras predicated on pre-arrival correspondence.
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