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Rooms at The Ritz-Carlton, Toronto start at $500 per night for the standard “Deluxe” room. Corner Suites, which offer panoramic views and upgraded features and amenities, start at $595 per night. If you’re looking for an ultra-luxe experience, you can splurge on one of the two $3,000-per-night Wellington Suites, or live large in The Ritz-Carlton, Toronto Suite for a cool $6,000 per night.
Floors 17 to 20 at the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel are “Club Level,” offering you a special club lounge with all-day food, drinks, computer and printer access, newspapers, magazines, a dedicated concierge and other perks. Access to these premium services costs an extra $100 per night, for up to two people per room.
The only rooms with balconies at The Ritz-Carlton, Toronto are on the sixth floor. If you want to take advantage of outdoor space and Club Level benefits, you can pay the Club Level fees on top of their sixth-floor room rate.
It’s worth noting that the tax rate on hotel rooms in Toronto is 13 percent, so your basic $500-per-night room at the luxury Toronto hotel will actually cost $565 per night after tax.