Four Seasons Hotel Toronto opens with the largest Four Seasons spa worldwide

Four Seasons hotel that has its roots in Canada has now complete a full cycle of its 50-year existence with a flagship New Four Seasons Hotel Toronto. The 259 room hotel is located in the heart of Toronto — Yorkville Avenue, near Bay Street and debuts with the first Four Seasons Spa in for the city-dwellers.

As you enter the new property, you will be greeted by “Claude Cormier’s visionary roseless rose garden”, a grand fountain, and a “12-color mosaic with a floral overlay from the etched glass canopy above”, created by Cormier and Hotel interior designer Yabu Pushelberg. Inside you will be treated to some interesting art made by artist Alissa Coe. The hotel boasts of features such as 15-Minute Room Service menu, complimentary in-room wireless internet, WiFi in hotel cars and a dedicated Guest Experience Manager. The rooms come equipped with an ergonomically-designed chair, an oversized desk with “ample outlets close at hand”, and an in-room Nespresso machine, an iPad to order room service, book a Spa treatment or shop online. The bathrooms have been stocked up with “signature Vicolo Fiori scent by Etro of Milan toiletries”, fast-filling bathtubs, silent-close toilet seats, and tv screens hidden in mirrors.
For your gastronomic delights, the floating staircase lead to a loft above dbar, taking you to the Michelin-starred Chef Daniel Boulud’s Café Boulud. Apart from its rustic settings, you can arrange for private dining for up to 10 guests. For you tasting pleasure, you can pick form la tradition, classic French cuisine; la saison, seasonal delicacies; le potager, the vegetable garden; and le voyage, exploring the flavours of international cuisines. The chef recommends — the poulet au vinaigre – a succulent roasted chantecler chicken breast and stuffed leg with tomato confit, fennel and tarragon vinegar jus, so don’t forget to check that out while you’re there
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To accompany your food, you can pick form wines and spirits from the Niagara Region, to “perfectly match Shedden’s menu”. Plus, there are some new signature cocktails to savour — La Tour CN, a colourful concoction of gin, maraschino, Champagne and blackberry puree.
For those looking for letting their hair down, can head over to the 8th and 9th floors for the Four Seasons Spas, the most expansive of its kind in the city, and the largest for any Four Seasons property ever. In the 17 treatment rooms you can find a, a pool, a nail and hair bar, men’s and women’s change rooms with separate steam rooms, and a Spa boutique, that houses Four exclusive product lines : Amala, Ajne, Sjal and Neuma.
Finally for the fitness freaks, there is a the 24-hour 3,500 square foot Fitness Centre offering cardio and weight training machines on state-of-the-art Matrix virtual reality equipment, plus free weights. Alongside all this, a collaboration with 889 Yoga opens doors to an “exclusive program of classes and private sessions in the Hotel’s own natural light-filled Yoga Studio”.
The hotels wears a celebratory look with an interesting Welcome Back Package, that gives you access to “luxurious accommodations and a Hotel spending credit”, with special itenaries created keeping in mind your interests. For those who follow art keenly, the Hotel’s own Art Shopping Concierge Jamie Angell will assist you on a private tour of the city’s finest galleries. Wine lovers can enjoy a quick trip to the Niagara region in Ontario’s wine country for a fun tasting day out.
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