Park Hyatt, Toronto
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Park Hyatt, Toronto
Park Hyatt, Toronto
Park Hyatt, Toronto
Park Hyatt, Toronto
Park Hyatt, Toronto
Park Hyatt, Toronto
Park Hyatt, Toronto
Conveniently located near the subway, museums, and upscale boutiques and galleries of Toronto’s swish Yorkville neighborhood, the Park Hyatt Toronto originally opened in 1929. Seventy years later, a south tower was added to the hotel, with the art deco–influenced lobby space linking the two. The spacious rooms have a soothing palette of pale peach, dusky pink, beige, and gold. The Annona restaurant has a similarly rich color scheme, boldly decked out in shades of plum and gold, with plush banquettes and floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Yorkville. The 18th floor offers sweeping views over Queens Park and the CN Tower, but the main attraction may be the Roof Lounge’s bartender, Joe Gomes: He's been shaking up cocktails here for the past 50 years, so guests can order a martini from a man who knows how to make them just right. A host of other extras, including complimentary town car service within a five-kilometer radius, free Wi-Fi, and even a kosher kitchen, add to the hotel's charms.
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Neighborhood Vibe
Surrounded by some 700 upscale boutiques, art galleries, and restaurants, the Park Hyatt Toronto is just over the road from the fascinating Royal Ontario Museum (with a dodo skeleton on display), and a five-minute cab ride from another of the city's premier museums, the Art Gallery of Ontario. In the nearby Garden District is the historic Massey Hall; luminaries from Winston Churchill and the Dalai Lama to Justin Bieber and Neil Young have appeared on its stage, and virtually every Torontonian has a story about an amazing gig they saw there.
Need to Know
Rooms: 291 rooms, 45 suites; from $405.
Check-in: 3 p.m.; check-out: noon.
Dining options: Annona is open for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, and dinner. Award-winning chef Joan Monfaredi is at the helm, cooking up gourmet international cuisine. Brunch is offered on weekends; the French toast drenched in Quebec maple syrup, with a side of the justifiably famous double-smoked bacon, is a must-try. At the northeast corner of the hotel, Morton’s of Chicago is open for lunch and dinner, specializing in steaks. The Roof Lounge on the 18th floor has a comprehensive cocktail menu, alongside snacks and Cuban cigars. There’s a Second Cup coffee shop in the lobby.
Spa and gym details: The fitness center is accessible 24 hours a day. The award-winning Stillwater Spa offers a range of treatments in a 10,000-square-foot urban retreat that includes saunas, steam rooms, whirlpools, and private cabanas with plasma TVs.
Insider Tips
Who's it for: Business and corporate travelers; luxury shoppers keen to explore Yorkville’s "Mink Mile."
Our favorite rooms: Created by Canadian interior designer Sarah Richardson to help raise awareness about breast cancer and prostate cancer, the Pink Room and the Blue Room are decorated as their names suggest. A percentage of the sales go toward helping to fight the diseases.
Jogging tours: Guests can get away from the treadmill and take a guided running tour of Toronto with the hotel’s running club.
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