Shangri-La Opens Toronto Hotel

Shangri-La Toronto


Toronto’s luxury hotel boom continues: The new Shangri-La Hotel, Toronto sits in the first 17 floors of a new 66-story tower and is near the performance center for Canada’s opera and ballet companies plus a number of important business and sports venues.

Four Seasons, Trump and Thompson hotels have also recently appeared on the city’s posh accommodations roster.

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Shangri-la will be popular with locals; its Lobby Lounge, well lit with two-story windows, has an all-day menu revolving around Southeast Asian flavors. The Bar sits out in front of Bosk, the hotel’s signature restaurant.

Guest rooms here are large: ranging from 490 to 2,200 square feet. Bedrooms have 47-inch flat-screen LED TVs and iPads for in-room use. Nice Touch: Nine guest rooms have private terraces.

The 49 suites include the Owner’s Suite at 1,100 square feet and the Shangri-La Suite at 2,200 square feet.

Hotel amenities include Miraj Spa by Caudalie Paris, a yoga studio, an indoor pool, and a 24-hour fitness center with floor-to-ceiling windows. More awesome news: David Chang has just opened a Momofuku restaurant right next to the Shangri-La.

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