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Rooms and suites at The Adelaide Hotel, Toronto are expansive, with 14-foot ceilings and tall windows that let in ample natural light. The rooms themselves — from the 550-square-foot studios to the 750-square-foot, two-bedroom suites — hearken back to a golden age of gracious living. You’ll find crystal wall sconces and soft plush couches, tufted leather headboards and white Carrera marble; on the walls, look for silver-framed, black-and-white photos of old Toronto, taken when horses rather than financiers traveled up Bay Street.
The Toronto hotel also adds 21st-century touches, such as drapes that close with the touch of a switch, Nespresso coffee machines in the snack nooks, in-mirror TVs in the bathrooms, heated marble floors and a gas fireplace in every suite. You’ll appreciate that the room décor is neither too feminine, nor too masculine. Colors are neutral, leaning heavily on pale gray, soft beige and brief pops of color from purple orchid or pinky cherry blossom panels above the bed.
Speaking of which, there’s no tossing and turning here. The 550-thread-count Italian sheets and Serta beds allow for peaceful sleep. Every guest, including the family pooch in a special doggie bed, will wake up refreshed after a night at this luxury hotel.