Marking their debut into the Canadian hospitality industry, the St. Regis Hotels and Resorts opened a luxury property in the heart of downtown Toronto. The St. Regis Toronto has ushered in a new era of luxury hospitality in Toronto in the Financial District bringing their signature rituals and bespoke services into a modern space rising 65-stories high.
“As the first St. Regis in Canada, The St. Regis Toronto represents an incredible milestone for the brand. Rooted in the brand’s distinct history and heritage, The St. Regis Toronto will offer an exquisite escape for business and leisure travellers alike” said Don Cleary, President of Marriott International in Canada.
Not only does The St. Regis Toronto cater to the most discerning of travellers with their services, but it is also within walking distance from some of the best shopping, attractions (including theatre and sport) and dining within the city.
St. Regis Signature Service
Guests will enjoy the brand’s signature St. Regis Butler Service, which offers around-the-clock service and customizes each guest’s stay according to their tastes and preferences. This hallmark service includes unpacking and packing, beverage service and garment pressing. The hotel will also introduce eButler chat – where guests can contact their Butler through the Marriott Mobile App, available 24 hours a day.
What Are the Rooms Like at the St. Regis Toronto?
The St. Regis Toronto has Canada’s largest collection of suites in one property boasting a variety of guest room sizes and configurations to meet your needs.
The St. Regis Toronto has also designed two new specialty suites on the 30th floor. The Caroline Astor Suite is designed with a feminine palette and detailing and the John Jacob Astor IV Suite is masculine. Each suite has a master bedroom with an oversized three-piece ensuite featuring a deep soaker tub that overlooks Toronto.
Located on the 31st floor of the St. Regis Toronto, LOUIX LOUIS offers a menu of contemporary American cuisine with French technique under the direction of Executive Chef Guillaume Robin. Bringing a taste of New York and Paris to Toronto, the two-storey grand bar offers an extensive spirit list and served a signature Bloody Mary cocktail the “Rouge 140.”
The hotel lobby will house Astor Lounge, a café counter and living room-style space that will serve Afternoon Tea on weekends and transform each evening with a brand ritual of champagne sabering at 5:00 pm for seated guests.