Kimpton To Open Four-Star Toronto Hotel

by Jessica Montevago
Kimpton To Open Four-Star Toronto Hotel

Bloor-Yorkville in Toronto. Photo: Raysonho


Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants will open a four-star property in Toronto in 2018, the company announced today.

Located in the high-end Bloor-Yorkville area, the hotel will be a full conversion of the current Holiday Inn Toronto Bloor Yorkville. The posh neighborhood is home to art galleries, designer boutiques and Victorian homes turned restaurants.

The 13-story property will feature 189 guestrooms, including  18 suites and one presidential suite. Additional amenities include 2,000-square-feet of meeting space, a restaurant and bar and fitness center. Guests also have complimentary access to PUBLIC bikes and yoga mats in every room.

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