Four Seasons Toronto Announces Opening Date

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On Friday, October 5, Four Seasons Hotel Toronto will open (or reopen, as it were, albeit in a new location) as the company’s brand new flagship property.

Located in the heart of Yorkville, Toronto's shopping quarter, the property has a "Victorian carpet" driveway; a Claude Cormier-designed rose garden and a four-story-high fountain.

Other hotel features will include a two-story Spa, international dining options, flexible function rooms and glass-enclosed event spaces. The 259 rooms include 42 suites with interactive tablets and marble bathrooms with hidden TVs inside mirrors.

The hotel will also have a dedicated building for functions, with 17 event spaces.

The Spa and fitness center will sprawl out over 30,000 square feet across two floors, including suites for two, a hair and nail bar, a heated relaxation pool and an adjacent whirlpool. We hear it will be the largest luxury urban spa in Toronto and in any Four Seasons hotel around the world.

Café Boulud and dbar by international restaurateur and Chef Daniel Boulud will offer modern French cuisine. The loft-like restaurant is located on the first floor and floats above the bar located next to the lobby area. It also has huge floor-to-ceiling windows and a seasonal terrace.

The new hotel will be located at 60 Yorkville Avenue, Toronto. For more information, visit www.fourseasons.com/toronto.

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