Toronto Kimpton St. George Now Taking Reservations

by Maria Lisella

Kimpton Hotels and Restaurants is now taking reservations for stays beginning on July 1 at the Kimpton Saint George, the group’s first property in Toronto scheduled to open this summer.

Located in the Bloor Street’s Culture Corridor in close proximity to attractions and museums such as the Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema, Bata Shoe Museum, Gardiner Museum, Royal Conservatory of Music, the 14-story hotel will have 188 guestrooms including 20 suites.

“Toronto is one of the most dynamic cities in the world right now with its own distinct identity and culture, making it a perfect home for Kimpton,” said Ron Vlasic, Vice President of Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants. “We’re thrilled to be opening the first boutique hotel that embodies the essence of the lively Annex neighborhood, in the hub of the city’s arts, culture and dining scene.”

Kimpton became part of the InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) family of hotel brands in January, 2015.

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