Hilton Toronto Unveils Renovation

Hilton Toronto unveils a $1.5 million top-floor makeover, with a newly-renovated executive lounge and four new luxury suites. The renovation honors Canada’s unique history while setting a new standard for contemporary style.
“These renovations represent our commitment to celebrating the best
Canada
has to offer,” says Armin Schroecker, general manager, Hilton Toronto
and
regional director-Canada. “Guests can expect not only an elevated
level of
hospitality standards, but also indelible one-of-a-kind experiences.”

Two of the four signature suites face the new Four Seasons Center For the
Performing Arts and have been outfitted by the Hudson’s Bay Company
(Hbc),
Canada’s most celebrated retailer:

- Hbc Heritage Suite: At 1,725 sq. feet, the hotel?s largest suite
features
two bedrooms, a living room and boardroom.  A distinctive blend of
ultra-modern and ultra-rustic, suite accents pay tribute to Canada’s
fur
trade and include: deerskin-covered tables, wall-size silkscreen art,
and a
block of maple divided into four parts to be used as convertible
furniture.

- Hbc Margery Steele Suite: Honoring Canada?s equivalent to Coco
Chanel,
this suite epitomizes Art Deco style, with a black, white, and gold
color
scheme.

All Hbc custom-made furniture and accents are available to the public,
either by special order or in-store purchase. Nightly rates for the
suites range from $1,500 to $3,000 CDN (approximately $1,237 to $2,474 USD)
and include exclusive shopping incentives at Toronto’s Bay flagship store.
——-

ADVERTISEMENT