Always wondered what some of Toronto’s most famous hotels look like inside? We took a peek in three of city’s hotels, and found something for every traveler’s taste. Whether you’re looking for timeless tradition, a trendy travel memory or a VIP experience you’ll find what you are looking for here.
The Fairmont Royal York
The Fairmont Royal York has a long and storied history, hosting famous guests like Queen Elizabeth II and forming the backdrop for films such as Cinderella Man. First opened in 1929, the hotel was the tallest building in the British Commonwealth. The magnificent hotel became known as a city within a city, rising in 28 floors of architectural splendor and opulence never before seen in Toronto.
Today it remains a favourite among travelers. As @damaclachlan says, “My favourite is the historic Royal York…always good to be able to open a window!”
It’s small touches like the magnificent hand-painted ceilings, crystal chandeliers and fresh flowers which make a visit here memorable:
For more info: The Fairmont Royal York
Tucked into Toronto’s eclectic King West Village, Thompson Hotel Toronto is where you’ll find gorgeous views of the city and an sleek decor. The Thompson Hotel opened in 2010 and features 102 guest-rooms, with dark hardwood flooring and floor to ceiling windows where you can admire views of the CN Tower or Lake Ontario. Whether you are looking for a room to rest after a busy day exploring the city, or a luxurious home away from home, the Thompson Hotel has a range of accommodations. Want to take a peek in the prestigious Thompson Suite? From a comfortable sitting area to a billiard’s table, guests here will be sure to enjoy their stay.
For more info: Thompson Hotel Toronto
Trump International Hotel and Tower Toronto
Toronto’s brand new luxury hotel has star power to spare! From the caviar and champagne coloured accents, to the subtle theme of cherry blossoms found throughout the hotel, Trump International Hotel Toronto is the ultimate metropolitan experience.
The 65-story hotel features everything from an in-house spa, featuring a heated pool, fully-equipped health club, and a refreshing juice bar, to the signature restaurant, StockTM, on the 31st floor. And you can be sure of a restful night with 500 thread count sheets, and a cozy Trump bathrobe to relax in.
For more info: Trump International Hotel and Tower Toronto
Which of these unique Toronto hotels would you mos like to check in to?
2 replies on “Rooms with a View – A Virtual Tour of Toronto’s Hotels”
[…] 7. Five Star Sightings In the past year Toronto has become home to some spectacular new five star hotels, including the Ritz-Carlton, the Shangri-La and Trump International. During TIFF these hotels are a sure place to spot a star, and you’ll often see a crowd outside the hotel waiting for the next sighting. For a peek inside the Trump hotel click here. […]
One of the best hotels I visited during my travel to Toronto, I had a great experience visiting this hotel and had a lot of fun.