Friday, April 4, 2014

Checking In: The Four Seasons Hotel Toronto

After staying in what feels like a million hotels - it's the little details that keep the Four Seasons at the top of my list. Housekeeping was so nice to leave a bookmark, when they noticed that Paul was using a receipt to keep the page marked in his book. On checkout day, they left three clear TSA-approved ziploc bags next to my toiletries for my carry-on bag. The staff truly anticipate every need before you even know you need it. That's the stuff I really begin to notice now and that's what separates this luxury hotel brand from the others.

The Four Seasons Hotel in Toronto features 217 guest rooms and 42 suites at 55 stories and only recently opened in 2012. The adjoining residential tower is home to some pretty serious condos with 210 units and both buildings were built from the ground up. This brand new hotel replaced the cement block that was the former Four Seasons just south of the new location. The decor is very modern and cool - not stuffy at all. I liked the lightness of it all with an undertone that made you just want to relax.

If you're feeling a little sluggish or have the opportunity to sleep-in, definitely order yourself up some room service breakfast. I was definitely NOT disappointed. I ordered the Healthy Breakfast option which included an egg white frittata with goat cheese, tomato and asparagus. I could never get my eggs this fluffy at home! My meal came with a skinny latte, a glass of carrot orange juice and a homemade muffin. It was one of the BEST room service breakfasts I've had in a long time.

Pricing-wise, the rates are in line with what you would pay at a luxury hotel. It's definitely splurge-worthy or fitting for a special occasion celebration. Whether it's a staycation, work or a vacation to Toronto - you will not be disappointed with a stay at the Four Seasons Toronto. For more information:


Four Seasons Hotel Toronto
60 Yorkville Ave
M4W 0A4 Toronto
ON, Canada


Lisa Ng is also the Editor-in-Chief of This Beautiful Day, a lifestyle blog for smart women and where this article first appeared.


Disclosure: My media visit was hosted by the Four Seasons Toronto, however the opinions expressed in this post remain my own.




2 comments:

  1. OH, how FABULOUS is the Four Seasons Hotel Toronto! I am not sure if I could have the Healthy Breakfast option, as I love hotel French Toast, but even the healthy breakfast looks delicious - you are right - fluffy eggs and creamy goat cheese. I am green with envy! Lucky you!

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  2. What a very adorable hotel. Looks so comfortable and homey.

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