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Toronto is getting a new hotel attached to a museum

The latest hotel that's set to come to life in Toronto will be attached to condominiums as well as a museum.

The seven-storey, 120-room Qube Hotel is owned and will be operated by Shanghai-based developer Greenland Group, part of their mixed-used development on the historic Westinghouse Canada Building site aty King and Blue Jays Way that also includes 48-and-44-storey King Blue Condominiums and a 10,000 sq. ft. Theatre Museum of Canada.

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The ballroom at Toronto's new Qube Hotel. Photo courtesy of Qube Hotel.

The hotel's design, by CHIL Interior Design, uses marble, various metals, and wood. 

A central sculptural staircase connects a double-height lobby to a ballroom, and amenities like a pool, sky bar, media room and fitness areas are shared with condos.

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A pool is one of several amenities the hotel and condo will share. Photo courtesy of Qube Hotel.

The north and west facades of the old Westinghouse building will be preserved along with salvaged I-beams featured in the lobby. 

The hotel should be opening June 1, though that date may change.

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