A $12 facility fee per night will be collected at the Jetsetter checkout
Views from the four-story building are not particularly panoramic or interesting
Light sleepers, beware: Late night crowds and street noise can be heard from the rooms during the Toronto International Film Festival every September
Parking on site
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Artful boutique with designer interiors and a hip restaurant in Toronto's most fashionable neighborhood
The four-story Hazelton Hotel belies the glamor that awaits the moment you set foot inside. The foyer's playful stack of shiny chrome suitcases by Toronto artist Bruno Billio signals to tired travelers they are now luxury hotel guests. Indeed, artworks of all kinds — sculptures, photographs, paintings — help define the hotel's interior. Internationally acclaimed design firm Yabu Pushelberg combines original art with a roster of rich materials and textures, including mohair-lined walls, zebrawood paneling and chrome detailing.
Bed and Bath
Spacious guestrooms feature a neutral palette of brown, gray and cream jazzed up with dramatic details such as glossy zebrawood closets, chunky marble bedside lamps, oversize leather headboards and modern Canadian art. French doors open to a Juliet balcony, adding charm, not to mention fresh air and sunshine. Adorned top to bottom in green, black and streaky white "Galaxy" granite, bathrooms are equipped with extralarge towels, roomy rainfall showers and heated floors. Luxurious beds are dressed in exquisite linens come with a pillow menu offering playful options like a "no-snore" or a "TV watching" headrest.
See and be seen at ONE, the hotel's hip restaurant helmed by Toronto chef Mark McEwan and popular among celebrities and locals alike. Favorites include the tender and meaty lobster spoons and truffle frites. In summer the terrace is hopping. For a unique cinematic experience reserve the Hazelton's state-of-the-art 25-seat private screening room, built to Hollywood standards. Elsewhere, there's a saltwater lap pool decorated with imported Bisazza mosaic tile, a small but fully equipped 24-hour gym and a spa featuring Valmont skin products.
Once a hotbed of bohemian culture attracting artists and hippies, today Yorkville is one of North America's most swish shopping districts. Break the bank or window shop at the likes of Prada, Gucci, Coach and Chanel, but don't miss the privately owned boutiques, galleries and restaurants in turn-of-the-century Victorian houses along Hazelton Avenue and Scollard Street. For an only-in-Canada shopping experience, visit Holt Renfrew, a posh department store on Bloor Street. Also on Bloor, the Royal Ontario Museum is especially famous for its striking glass exterior. Local eateries include the cosy and unpretentious Carens Wine & Cheese Bar on Cumberland, and kitty corner from the Hazelton raise a pint at the Oxley, a lively pub that serves real British fare.
The Hazelton Hotel Toronto
118 Yorkville Ave
How to Get There
The closest major airports to The Hazelton Hotel Toronto are:Toronto, ON (YTZ-Billy Bishop Toronto City) - 4.3 km / 2.7 miToronto, ON (YYZ-Pearson Intl.) - 17.6 km / 10.9 miThe preferred airport for The Hazelton Hotel Toronto is Toronto, ON (YYZ-Pearson Intl.). Distances are calculated in a straight line from the property's location to the point of interest or airport and may not reflect actual travel distance. Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometre.