Four Seasons Toronto Now Taking Reservations For October 1 at $545 a Night
Toronto’s über-luxe Four Seasons Hotel in the former hippie haven - now ch-chi neighbourhood - of Yorkville, has announced it is taking reservations for October 1 and beyond.
Designed by the Canadian interior design team of George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg, the hotel is full of soothing grays with accent colors of Wedgewood blue and butter cream yellow. Floor-to-ceiling windows and Toronto’s largest spa are only two of the items that set it apart from the crowd.
It is said to be the next generation of Four Seasons properties, with tablets in each of the 259 guest rooms and suites so that you can order room service, a cab, or a toothbrush; a TV in the bathroom mirror so that you can watch whatever suits your fancy, be it Glee, Dexter or Matlock; and a kitchen opened by Michelin-starred chef Daniel Boulard.
The smallest room in this 55-story behemoth measures 500 sq. ft., which is just slightly larger than our first apartment. The largest suite is a mammoth 2,580 sq. ft. with three full bedrooms, four bathrooms and a private office. We want to live there.
As a matter of fact, you can live at the Four Seasons Hotel – in one of their 210 residences. Now that one’s on our “1,000 Things To Do Before You Die” list.
Rates for the first weekend in October start at a hefty $545 CAD per night, but for this price you can loll about in absolute luxury for two days, just in case you can’t quite swing the down payment for one of the residences yet.
[Photos: Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts]