Preview: New Four Seasons Hotel Toronto Set to Open Summer 2012
Opening Summer 2012. Now accepting reservations for arrivals from October 1st.
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More than 50 years ago, a modest hotel was built in Toronto with hopes for a grand future. Decades later, with an expansion to 86 hotels in 35 countries, Four Seasons continues to soar high above the city’s skyline at the company’s flagship and hometown property at a new location at 60 Yorkville Avenue.
The brand new Four Seasons Hotel Toronto, located in the city’s glamorous Yorkville neighborhood, is now accepting reservations for guest stays starting on October 1, 2012 and beyond. Four Seasons Hotel Toronto is designed to represent the new generation of Four Seasons hotels and resorts worldwide with 259 state-of-the-art guest rooms, an elaborate Spa and fitness center, cutting-edge function rooms, and Café Boulud and dbar by international restaurateur and chef Daniel Boulud.
The Hotel’s 259 rooms, including 42 suites boast interactive tablets where guests can order room service, call a cab and even request a toothbrush with the swipe of a finger. For ultimate relaxation, guests can soak in an en-suite deep soaker bathtub while watching a tv hidden discreetly inside the bathroom mirror. For a farther escape, guests can visit the largest luxury urban spa in the city at the Hotel’s two-story Spa and indulge in one of the several treatments offered. And, once hunger strikes or for a truly original thirst quencher, guests can visit Cafe Boulud and dbar.
An Oasis in the City: Toronto’s First Four Seasons Spa
With natural light, The Spa at Four Seasons Hotel Toronto will span 2,700 square meters (30,000 square feet) across two floors and is fully equipped to help guests de-stress in one of the 17 customized treatment rooms, a full service salon, relaxation pool with adjacent whirlpool, fitness center and yoga studio. “We are bringing a completely new spa experience to Toronto,” explains Senior Spa Director Todd Hewitt, an Ontario native who most recently managed the award-winning spa at Four Seasons Resort Costa Rica. “It’s not only a selection of spa experiences tailor-made to each person, but we have the most advanced fitness equipment, interactive workout classes, and special surprises along the way as we introduce the newest spa trends and skincare from around the world.”
Gourmands Rejoice: Café Boulud and dbar are Joining the Culinary Scene
International restaurateur and Chef Daniel Boulud brings his innovative culinary expertise to Four Seasons with Café Boulud and dbar, destined to take their place amongst the city’s most lively establishments. The loft-like restaurant floats above the bar located next to the lobby area and will offer a Mediterranean menu rooted in French culinary traditions in a more playful setting. Available for breakfast, lunch and dinner, guests can expect a delicious blend of contemporary cuisine, seasonal selections, fresh vegetable dishes and explorations of international flavors.
Capturing the essence of the city and the glamour of Yorkville, dbar’s contemporary design features spectacular six meter (20 foot), floor-to-ceiling windows and a spacious seasonal terrace. With its own menu, chic cocktails by master mixologists and craft beers on tap, dbar will soon become a favored hangout, whether it’s for a drink after a long day at work, a lunch break from a day of shopping and gallery hopping in the neighborhood, or a memorable night out.
Utterly Unconventional: The New Look of Four Seasons Hotel Toronto
Inside, Toronto-based and internationally acclaimed designers Yabu Pushelberg have created an environment of playful elegance and stylish luxury. Canadian art-filled public spaces present a palette of materials and textures that beautifully blend together, though strikingly different. Woods and stone are carefully book-matched to create harmonious surfaces, while an innovative lighting system featuring Czech glass fixtures transitions from day to night. In the sunny guest rooms, the mood is lively featuring gold or silver undertones with modern considerations.
Living at Four Seasons: Four Seasons Private Residences
For the lucky few who own one of 210 Four Seasons Private Residences, 60 Yorkville Avenue will also be their personal address. Housed in two towers connected by a skyway bridge with full access to all the services and amenities of Four Seasons Hotel Toronto and interiors by Brian Gluckstein Design Planning, Four Seasons Private Residences are modern urban living at its very best.