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From the moment you arrive on your floor at Thompson Toronto, you’ll know your guest room will be distinct. Gray hallways (each etched with a famous Canadian quote) are as sleek as they come, with room numbers illuminated by red lights. From the smallest accommodations (377-square-foot king superiors) to the largest (the 2,100-square-foot penthouse suite), the 102 guest rooms here are designed to impress and filled with amenities to please.
Dark wood floors give these spaces a more loft-like, residential feel than your typical hotel room. A soft brown-and-white color palette is accented with papaya-orange retro-contemporary chairs and modern library-style desk lamps, and floor-to-ceiling windows also help brighten the partially wood-paneled rooms. When you’re ready for some shut-eye at the Forbes Travel Guide Recommended hotel, simply sink into the crisp, white duvet and push a button next to your bed to close the drapes and turn down the lights. In the morning, suite guests can shuffle to their Nespresso machine for coffee, while those in standard rooms need only make a run to the lobby’s coffee station between 7 and 10 a.m.
Bathrooms are a luxurious retreat in themselves. Outfitted with white marble and chic glass tiles, they feature heated floors, rain showerheads and Ren bath products. Wide, rectangular sinks and long vanities give you plenty of room for getting ready before a night out at one of the dining or drinking establishments within the hip hotel.