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What We Love

  • Over-the-top marble bathrooms with heated floors, deep-soak tubs, multi-head showers and Molten Brown products
  • The 3-story loft-like penthouse suite with a glass elevator
  • The heart-of-the-action location, close to all of the city's major attractions
  • Free morning limo service in a Lexus LS460 (7:30-9:00 am)

What To Know

  • WiFi is included in the resort fee
  • The fitness center has a lap pool, steam room and access to personal trainers
  • The décor is contemporary but can feel a little generic
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Amenities

  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Overview

Sleek sleep in downtown Toronto with spa-like bathrooms, a buzzy bar and bakery

The Lowdown

Set in a modern glass and steel building in downtown Toronto, this 92-room stay offers a friendly boutique vibe with all the conveniences of a big hotel. Admire the hyper-colorful Dale Chiluhy glass sculpture hanging in the lobby before heading to a generously sized guest room complete with soaking tub, separate dressing room and high-tech touches like smart lighting systems that adjust both the illumination and the drapes. Stay active at the fitness center or chill out in the salon, which offers manicures and massages.

In the Area

Start with a downtown art fix at the Art Gallery of Ontario, which celebrates artistic provocateurs like Ai Weiwei and Marina Abramovic, along with hosting talks, symposiums and meet-the-artists days. Expand your Canadian sporting knowledge by taking in a game at nearby Rogers Centre (formerly known as Skydome), where you might catch home team the Toronto Blue Jays. Head to the hip Queen West neighborhood for top-notch noshing at one of the city’s most feted new restaurants, Nota Bene, whose produce-driven menu offers an overview of the country’s best ingredients.

How to Get There

SoHo Metropolitan Hotel & Residences
318 Wellington St W
Toronto, M5V3T4 Canada

Reviews

Perfect hotel for our trip
GoodFellaTex

We very much enjoyed our recent stay at SoHo Metropolitan. Our room was very spacious and comfortable (I loved our bed). Housekeeping was very efficient and the additional evening service was a nice touch.

The hotel location was ideal for us and our trip. The King Street TTC Streetcar stop was only a few steps away. Rogers Centre, CN Tower and Scotiabank Arena are in easy walking distance.

Every time we walked through the door we were greeted and we felt very much at home. We would gladly return.

Very Good Hotel
Patrice L

Had a very good time at Soho Hotel Toronto, great location, very nice room and spacious, very good service, very well equipped gym, breakfast a bit expensive for my point of view and stunning staff, special thanks to Geovanna ( Miss Lens) Marie France waitress at the bistro, Scott the concierge and the Stunning Nadine at the Front Desk, will stay here again when I am back in Toronto

SOHO october
kos2poulos

Very good hotel, location and bed comfort a+
No complaints, rooms could have been a little more clean on the small details like coffee machine.
Nice Staff friendly. Restaurant is amazing Pizzeria Moretti ads a lot of value to the hotel.