The first time you came to Toronto, all of your pre-conceived notions about Canadian cities flew out the window. Toronto was a big, bustling, cosmopolitan city with no igloos, Mounties, or moose in sight. Of course, there is a lot of snow in the wintertime, but that just makes you happier to be staying at a Ritz-Carlton, you think, as you snuggle into a comfy chair and take a sip of your glass of wine by a roaring fire.
Book a room on the Club floor if you can manage it and be treated to a brand of hospitality that goes above and beyond the regular Ritz-Carlton experience. The Club lounge is a perfect place to duck into at night, where guests can enjoy drinks and appetizers seated next to windows that face towards the CN Tower and Skydome.
All 267 rooms and 159 condominium residences are spotless, stylish, and immaculately furnished. A word of warning: don’t be surprised if you settle into a bubble bath and find yourself not wanting to get out until after the movie being shown on the in-mirror TV is over.
Wondering how to make the most of your time here? You’ll have plenty of options: countless world-class restaurants, theaters and shops surround The Ritz-Carlton, Toronto.