Introducing: Four Seasons Hotel Toronto, the haute brand’s new flagship
Less than a week ago, Toronto hotelier Issy Sharp cut the ribbon on the new Four Seasons Hotel Toronto, a 55-storey tower at Bay and Yorkville containing 26 elevators, hundreds of iPads and a $15,000-a-night royal suite. As fond as we were of the old Avenue and Bloor location, we have to admit that the new hotel—the brand’s new global flagship—is a step up. (For anyone wondering, the iconic old Four Seasons is well on its way to becoming condos.)
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The interior was designed by Yabu Pushelberg and features over 1,700 works by Canadian artists and a slightly whimsical dandelion motif. There’s also a watering hole and a “casual fine-dining” restaurant masterminded by Michelin-star chef Daniel Boulud, and a massive spa with views over the city. We recently stopped by to take a look.