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Four Seasons Toronto

Toronto, Canada

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Four Seasons Toronto
Welcome to the new Four Seasons Hotel Toronto, soaring 55 storeys in the heart of Yorkville, Toronto's most glamourous shopping and restaurant quarter. The brand-new luxury Four Seasons hotel blends warm sophistication with spectacular design in this vibrant international city.

Designed on a warm, personal scale by international design house Yabu Pushelberg, the chic new Four Seasons Hotel Toronto in Yorkville at Bay Street exemplifies the Four Seasons luxury hotel experience in every detail. Sleek, contemporary comfort fills the 259 sunlit five-star hotel guest rooms – including 42 spacious luxury suites. Walls of windows frame the canopy of treetops that characterizes this part of the city, from Yorkville to the mansion-lined streets of nearby Rosedale. As always, our guests can count on the knowledgeable, responsive, around-the-clock support for which Four Seasons is renowned.
Hotel Address:
  • Four Seasons Toronto
  • 60 Yorkville Avenue
  • Toronto, M4W 0A4
  • Canada

Location Summary
Four Seasons Hotel is in the hub of Yorkville Village, in the geographic heart of downtown Toronto. Yorkville’s tree-lined streets and charming Victorian façades are alive with tony boutiques, galleries, cafés and restaurants. Bloor Street – Canada’s answer to Rodeo Drive or Faubourg St-Honoré – offers haute fashion stores, including Holt-Renfrew, literally around the corner. Placing the city’s most strollable district at the doors of the Hotel, Four Seasons offers discreet breathing space mere blocks from the business district just down Bay Street.

Directions to Hotel
Directions from Pearson International Airport (YYZ): Take Highway 427 south. Take Gardiner Expressway east into Toronto. Exit onto Yonge/Bay/York Streets and follow the signs for Bay Street. Follow Bay Street north, past Bloor Street. The Hotel is on the corner of Bay Street and Yorkville Avenue. For GPS, the Hotel entrance is at 60 Yorkville Avenue, M4W 0A4.

Directions from Toronto City Airport (YTZ): Exit airport ferry and take Bathurst Street north. Turn right onto Bloor Street. Turn left onto Bay Street. The second street on your right wil be Yorkville Avenue. The Hotel is on the corner of Bay Street and Yorkville Avenue. For GPS, the Hotel entrance is at 60 Yorkville Avenue, M4W 0A4.
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Business Center
Аround the clock, Four Seasons can assist you with business, entertainment or travel arrangements through the Business Centre.
Banquets & Meetings
1,331 square metres (14,300 square feet) of space across 17 function rooms.
Fine Dining On Site
Michelin-starred Chef Daniel Boulud draws inspiration from Toronto's vibrant global influences to create fresh and innovative fare at Café Boulud.
Fitness Center
At our full-service Health Club, guests can work out with a view of the pool and terrace.
High Speed Internet
Available in all rooms
Pool Indoor
Dive in to our refreshing indoor lap pool, with its sunny, skylit terrace.
Pool Outdoor
Spa Facility
Aesthetically simple and serene, this sun-filled urban retreat will be the largest luxury hotel spa in the city, with over 2,787 square metres (30,000 square feet) of relaxation opportunities, 16 treatment rooms – including a luxury couples' spa suite and four additional couples' rooms – and a salon with hair, manicure and pedicure stations.
The boutiques of Bloor Street and Yorkville are located just steps from the Hotel.

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Hotel Amenities
  • - Banquets & Meetings
    - Business Center
    - Meeting Space
    - Disabled Access
    - Executive Retreat
    - Fine Dining On Site
    - Fine Dining Nearby
    - Fitness Center
    - High Speed Internet
    - Pets Allowed
    - Pool Indoor
    - Pool Outdoor
    - Spa Facility
Available Activities
  • - Golfing
    - Shopping
    - Skiing_snow
    - Theatre & Museums

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