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The 92 guest rooms at SoHo Metropolitan Hotel, Toronto are sleek, modern and exceedingly comfortable home bases for exploring the city. Décor in soft shades of brown provides a soothing palette, with plenty of blond Canadian maple wood, soft lighting and colorful artwork to warm up each space — and with windows that actually open to let in fresh air. Thoughtful amenities abound: Wi-Fi is complimentary, bedside controls allow you to dim the lights and close the shades with the touch of a button, a 47-inch flat-screen HD TV (with a Blu-ray/DVD player) swivels to your desired angle and a laptop-friendly safe comes complete with an outlet for charging gadgets. Other indulgences at the Forbes Travel Guide Four Star hotel include Frette linens, a Keurig coffeemaker with Montreal-based Van Houtte coffee and to-go cups, and an 80-square-foot dressing area stocked with an umbrella, iron and ironing board. Sahara marble bathrooms boast heated floors, multi-head showers, deep soaking tubs and Molton Brown bath amenities.
Eighteen one-bedroom suites offer more space and separate living rooms — plus mega-sized showers — and a number of guest rooms and suites can be closed off to form multi-room accommodations. For a super-sized Toronto vacation, book the SoHo Met’s three-story penthouse and enjoy 4,000 square feet of space, five baths, two fireplaces, a chromotherapy soaking tub and an in-suite glass elevator.