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Hotel X

Hotel X

Bisha Hotel

Bisha Hotel

The Drake

The Drake

The St. Regis

The St. Regis

Hotel X
111 Princes' Boulevard
+1 647 943 9300
If you’re the type of traveler who likes to get a sweat session in to keep you energized during your holiday, then Hotel X is the place for you. Why? Because it’s got the largest hotel gym in all of Canada. I mean, seriously what could be more memorable than the chance to get your namaste on at Hotel X’s bikram yoga studio as you stare out to the iconic CN Tower? Inside the property’s 400 rooms expect contemporary interiors lined with vibrant art by landscape photographer Neil Dankoff.

Bisha Hotel & Residence 
80 Blue Jays Way
+1 416 551 2800
The Bisha in two words? Dramatic Decor. Think a lobby that features crushed velvet chairs, black marble walls and moody lighting. Of course, the beautiful people sipping martinis at The Bisha’s Mr. C lobby bar are pretty easy on the eyes as well. And yet, the hotel’s real claim to fame is its 7th floor, which was designed by none other than rockstar and full-time badass Lenny Kravitz. If you’re in town during the summer months, be sure to check out Bisha’s rooftop where light Baja bites are served up at KOST with a side of sensational city views from the hotel’s wraparound sun deck. 

The Drake 
1150 Queen St W
+1 416 531 5042
With zero affiliation to the rapper, the Drake has made a name for itself on its own accord. Since opening in 2004, the boutique property (19 rooms) has become the ultimate hub for creative types looking for a place to rest their heads in Toronto. And bonus: the hotel has a rotating calendar of screenings and concerts to keep culturally curious Canadians as well as out-of-towners satisfied. 

The St. Regis 
325 Bay St
+1 416 306 5800
Big news: The St. Regis is scheduled to open its first property in Canada at the end of November. Oh, and it’s right smack in the center of Canada’s financial capital — one of the most desirable addresses in the city. Translation? A stay here promises *endless* layers of luxury, from butlers and a heated saltwater lap pool to nightly champagne saberings in the hotel’s lobby.