Now Open: Four Seasons Toronto

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The Four Seasons Toronto opened earlier this month featuring 259 guestrooms and suites, Michelin-starred chef Daniel Boulud’s Cafe Boulud and dbar, and Toronto’s first Spa at the Four Seasons.

Four Seasons Toronto features the new 15-Minute Rooms Service menu, complimentary in-room wireless Internet, WiFi in hotel cars, and a Guest Experience Manager, who, says the company, is responsible for making sure every stay is memorable. Rooms also have a Nespresso machine and iPad, which guests can use to order room service, book a spa treatment or shop online. The guest bathrooms feature the signature Vicolo Fiori scent by Etro of Milan, custom-made fast-filling bathtubs, and TV screens hidden in mirrors.

Chef Daniel Boulud will be serving his signature cuisine at Cafe Boulud, comprised of classic and contemporary French dishes. Boulud has also created a casual dining menu for dbar, a street-level lounge where guests can grab a bite or sip a cocktail invented by mixologist Albert Kirby.

Taking up the entire ninth floor and part of the eighth, the Spa at Four Seasons Toronto is the largest Four Seasons hotel spa worldwide. The spa includes 17 treatment rooms with several suites for two, a nail and hair bar, men’s and women’s change rooms with separate steam rooms, an indoor relaxation pool, a fitness center and yoga studio, and a spa boutique.

For more information, contact (800) 819-5053 or visit

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