The fully restored Park Hyatt Toronto hotel, considered one of Toronto’s most iconic addresses, will reopen to guests from 15 September 2021.
The re-imagined Park Hyatt Toronto will combine luxury, sophistication, and glamour with a distinctive nod to Canadian heritage, art deco, and literature. The hotel collaborated with world-renowned designer Alessandro Munge of Studio Munge, who drew inspiration from Canada’s striking seasons and natural landscapes to bring this experience to life.
Park Hyatt Toronto is rooted in celebrating the sophistication of the arts. The iconic 17th-floor cocktail bar, familiar to Torontonians and international travellers alike, will be known as the Writers Room, paying homage to the history of literary legends that shared moments in Park Hyatt Toronto.
The restoration of Park Hyatt Toronto comes as part of a wider redevelopment of the site into a mixed-use destination by its owner, Oxford Properties. In addition to Park Hyatt Toronto guest suites, the redevelopment has created 65 luxury rental apartments at Two Avenue Road, in the heritage-designated south tower. The south tower has been completely restored and retained, making it one of the largest heritage restoration projects in Canada.
The hotel will feature a significant permanent art collection highlighting spectacular pieces from renowned Canadian and indigenous artists. The 219 guest rooms, including 40 suites, will balance residential comfort with contemporary design featuring sophisticated décor, overlooking tree-lined Yorkville.
Park Hyatt Toronto will feature a spa and wellness destination, Stillwater Spa, which offers 13 treatments rooms, including couple’s rooms.