The newest hotels in Toronto and a few coming soon
When new hotels open in Toronto, it's a pretty big deal and over the past few years, we've seen some big projects pop up. Meanwhile, there are a number of other hotels in development, including some that have been rumoured for quite a while.
Here are the newest hotels in Toronto and some that are coming soon.
The Saint James Hotel
The Saint James, at Yonge and Gerrard, is centrally located and relatively affordable, considering it's smack dab in the middle of downtown. Sure, it may not be as swanky as other hotels, but it features a modern interior, comfy beds and on site parking.
This massive hotel is right by Ripley's Aquarium, the Rogers Centre and of course, the CN Tower. It boasts great views and has a pool, fitness centre and spa if you need to relax after a long day spent running through the 6ix.
Bisha Hotel and Residences
This project by club king Charles Khabouth (of Ink Entertainment fame) is under construction at 56 Blue Jays Way right in the heart of the Entertainment District. At 44 storeys, this tower will feature condos, hotel suites and most likely, lots and lots of parties.
The Broadview Hotel
The Broadview Hotel (and Jilly's of course) is currently being restored by Streetcar Developments. When it's ready to reopen, it'll feature nearly 60 rooms and a slew of other amenities (like a rooftop bar) that'll appeal to both locals and guests alike.
There's finally going to be a luxury hotel at Exhibition Place. The 30-storey Hotel X will include 400 suites, a 71,000 square-foot sports club and a rooftop pool. After numerous set backs, it's now supposed to open in 2017.
The Ace Hotel
The City of Toronto received a development application for a 14 storey, 130 room hotel at 41-51 Camden St., in King West. And, earlier this summer, the city started looking at the feasibility of turning some of the nearby thoroughfares into one-way streets. Could the The Ace Hotel's Toronto invasion be imminent?
Jarvis and Shuter
As Urban Toronto reports, there's a new development application in the works for the northeast corner of Jarvis and Shuter. Dubbed the Manga Hotels project, this proposal wants to see a 35-storey tower with 242 hotel suites and 227 residential units above soar above what's now an empty parking lot.
Image via Hotel X.
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