Canada’s biggest city is and always has been a hub of world-class hotels, but these days, there are almost too many to count. Between the newly-revamped historic hotels that have called Toronto home for decades, to the luxury chains coming to the city for the first time, there are infinite options for overnight stays in this city. These new hotels in Toronto boast some seriously opulent amenities, as well as lounges and restaurants ready to be enjoyed by visitors and locals alike.

Here are 9 of Toronto’s newest hotels now open to the public and set for completion in the near future.

1 Hotel Toronto


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From Miami’s South Beach to NYC’s Central Park and beyond, Toronto’s first 1 Hotel opened its doors this past summer. The new downtown hotel is powered by renewable energy systems and it’s where sustainability meets luxury.

Like any luxury hotel, there are many amenities for guests to enjoy, including a rooftop pool and fitness facility. There are 112 rooms complete with heated floors, organic bath products, yoga mats, in-room water filtration systems, and more — 21 of the rooms are suites with sweeping views of the city’s skyline.

There are also 5 “dining concepts” to experience at this hotel, including an indoor-outdoor restaurant, a cocktail lounge in the lobby, an outdoor garden venue called The Garden Pavillion, and Canada’s first Casa Madera restaurant.

Where: 550 Wellington St West

W Hotel Toronto


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The upscale Marriott-owned hotel chain with locations in the dreamiest destinations around the world is finally coming to Canada. The W Toronto will be the “newest and most sought-after hotel destination” in the city, according to Marriott.

Located in the heart of Yorkville, W Toronto will feature live music in the Living Room, a dazzling hotel rooftop bar, three restaurants, a ground-floor coffeehouse, and of course, some seriously luxurious suites with unbeatable views.

When: March 2022

King Blue Hotel Toronto


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A new contemporary landmark now stands at the corner of King St West and Blue Jays Way. The pet-friendly suites are both modern and cozy, located in two separate high-rise towers that are connected by a six-floor podium. The hotel’s amenities include an indoor pool, fitness centre, banquet hall, and executive lounge.

The hotel opened to the public last fall after it was acquired by Northland Properties, a company that operates hotels, resorts, and entertainment venues in five different countries, reports

The Pearle Hotel & Spa

A new spot for getaways, spa days, and dinner dates with water views has opened near Toronto. The Pearle Hotel & Spa is now welcoming the public for spa treatments and overnight stays on the shores of Burlington.

Described as an urban retreat where luxury meets lifestyle, The Pearle is the very first Autograph Collection hotel in Ontario, of which there are 240 worldwide.

The hotel has over 151 rooms designed to make you feel like you’ve arrived at a modern lakehouse, with elegant white oak paneling, tranquil views of the lake, and the lights of downtown Burlington. The hotel also has two restaurants — a California-inspired spot called Isabelle with a year-round terrace and delicious coastal cuisine and the Earth to Table Bread Bar.

Where: 3 Elizabeth St, Burlington

Curio by Hilton Distillery District

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History is being made in Toronto’s historic district. Canada’s only Curio by Hilton will soon become the first hotel to ever be built in the Distillery and will occupy the last remaining heritage building to be restored in the district.

The hotel will be 31 storeys tall and the first three floors will be preserved with the existing brick exterior of the building, which was originally built in 1890.

It’ll have nearly 400 guest rooms, a rooftop bar, and a restaurant with a patio and sweeping views of the city. Construction is set to begin in mid-2022.

Where: 60 Mill St

Nobu Hotel & Residences

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Canada’s first Nobu hotel and restaurant is well on its way to completion in Toronto and the finishing touches are scheduled to start in spring 2022.

Nobu says its residences in Toronto will be “dedicated to distinguished luxury, incorporating historical facades from the Pilkington Glass Factory, maintaining the integrity of iconic elements while fusing striking architectural details in a contemporary aesthetic.”

When developed, the Nobu Toronto residences will feature 650 condominium suites in two 45-storey towers, and a podium complete with state-of-the-art indoor and outdoor amenities as well as 6,000 sq. ft. of commercial retail space. And of course, the first Nobu restaurant in the country.

Park Hyatt


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The new and improved Park Hyatt reopened its doors in Yorkville this past fall after four years of renovations, showcasing a breathtaking modern interior, a Living Room lounge surrounded by art, a 90-seat restaurant, and a rooftop bar with a famous history and a luxurious new look, complete with some of the best views of the city skyline.

There are over 200 suites, each of which got a total makeover down to the robes and towels. The Presidential Suite is nearly 2,000 sq ft of opulence and typically costs well over $2,000 per night.

Where: 4 Avenue Rd

Gladstone House

The Gladstone Hotel, sister to The Broadview Hotel and one of the most iconic stays in Toronto, has gotten an impressive facelift and a brand new name — Gladstone House.

Having been a part of the city for over 130 years, Gladstone House reopened in September showing off a fresh new look. Along with its updated aesthetics, Gladstone House now features works from over 50 local artists in art installations that can be found in each of the 55 Gladstone House guestrooms.

The new interiors are filled with colourful splashes contrasted by the classic stone and brick finishes, creating a funky but very attractive look that balances modernism and the site’s history.

Where: 1214 Queen St West

Ace Hotel


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Canada’s first Ace Hotel is set to open its doors near Richmond St West and Spadina Ave this June. This chain of stylish boutique hotels operates locations in cities around the world, including New Orleans, Sydney, LA, New York, Brooklyn, Palm Springs, Portland, Seattle, and Kyoto.

Toronto’s Ace Hotel is designed by the local Shim-Sutcliffe Architect firm. Its key design features include concrete, clay, copper, and wood, with the 124 guest rooms resembling “urban cabins,” reports Business Traveller.

The hotel will also feature a lounge, rooftop bar, and restaurant headed by chef Patrick Kriss. Reservations for overnight stays are now being accepted starting on June 15th, with rates of $349 per night.

Where: 51 Camden St