Park Hyatt Toronto

A tony Toronto classic in Yorkville
Occupying a prime patch of real estate on Yorkville’s Avenue Road, Park Hyatt Toronto offers an excellent base for exploring the Canadian city as it is just steps from department stores like Holt Renfrew and cultural venues including The Royal Ontario Museum.

In the 1960s, Yorkville was the center of Toronto’s bohemian culture and the hotel’s Roof Lounge served as a meeting place for prolific writers and artists. The next few decades would see the growth and flourishing of Yorkville into a high-end, fashionable neighborhood. Park Hyatt is also the only Toronto hotel with a rooftop bar and patio that offers a spectacular view of the city skyline.

Aside from a great location, the 336-room hotel stands out for its outstanding service, from the helpful concierges to the thorough housekeepers. The spa and wellness offerings also are a draw, including the 10,000-foot Stillwater Spa with a full salon.
Our Inspector's Highlights
  • Park Hyatt Toronto is located in the center of Toronto’s upscale Yorkville neighborhood, which offers a multitude of classy restaurants, cafés, shops and galleries. This area is frequented by those who want to see or be seen, with expensive cars often whizzing through the narrow streets.
  • If you’re more interested in culture than couture, the Forbes Travel Guide Recommended hotel is also across the street from some of the city’s most renowned museums and theatres, including the Royal Ontario Museum, the Bata Shoe Museum and the Royal Conservatory of Music.
  • The overall design style of the Park Hyatt Toronto is charming and elegant. When you’re driving up to the entrance of the property, its exquisite brightly-lit canopy is just the beginning of the chic experience that’s to come.
  • Park Hyatt Toronto is Toronto’s only hotel with a rooftop bar and patio, offering a stunning view of the city skyline. The Roof Lounge was built in the 1930s and drinks have been made and served by the same bartender, Joe Gomes, for 50 years.
Things to Know
  • September is a popular time to stay at the hotel, when the Toronto International Film Festival is taking place and the city, especially Yorkville, are abuzz with the excitement of celebrities and A-list Hollywood stars making appearances for their film premieres and walking the red carpet.
  • December is another beautiful time to visit the Park Hyatt Toronto thanks to its proximity to the designer shops on Bloor Street West and special holiday window displays.
  • And if you don't mind temps in the 70s, another optimum time to visit the Park Hyatt Toronto is in the summer because it offers perfect weather for enjoying a summery cocktail on the Roof Lounge’s outdoor terrace.
  • The hotel also has two special rooms, the Pink Room and the Blue Room, that were designed by Sarah Richardson for Breast Cancer and Prostate Cancer awareness. As their names suggest, the rooms are filled with pink and blue décor and a percentage of the proceeds goes to cancer research.
The Rooms
  • The rooms at the Park Hyatt Toronto are warm, comfortable with an ambience of classic luxury accentuated by neutral beiges, gold and natural wood highlights.
  • Starting with rooms from 350 square feet, there are several room categories available for guests such as standard, deluxe, suite, and specialty suites like the Algonquin Suite (at 2,500 square feet) or one of the Bi-Level Suites (at 1,500 square feet).
  • Each room offers a plush, king-sized bed with pillow-top mattress and a soft feather duvet. Bathrooms are outfitted with luxurious marble and boast bath products from Le Labo fragrances.
  • Also included in your stay comes complimentary Wi-Fi, newspaper service (choice of up to 300 daily international papers), iPod docking stations, flat-screen LCD televisions, high-quality hair dryers and comfy bathrobes.
  • In addition, there are two rooms that serve as the exception — the Blue and Pink suites — each designed by celebrity interior designer Sarah Richardson for prostate cancer and breast cancer awareness.
The Restaurants
  • Park Hyatt Toronto has a couple of main restaurants, which include Annona Restaurant, and Morton’s, The Steakhouse. The hotel’s food philosophy is “Food Thoughtfully Sourced, Carefully Served” and is a deliberate effort to provide sustainable and responsible food and beverage across the property’s offerings.
  • Practically, this has meant providing gluten-free and vegetarian options, organic ingredients, supporting sustainable food sources, local farmers and working actively with the community to promote the same.
  • The main restaurant at Park Hyatt Toronto is Annona Restaurant, where guests can enjoy gourmet, international cuisine for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner, Sunday brunch and kosher dining.
  • Also on property is Morton’s, The Steakhouse, a steakhouse recognized in many of the world’s top cities for its top two percent USDA prime-aged beef.
  • Last but not least is The Roof Lounge, with its rich, dark décor where guests can order snacks and relish a drink by the fireplace or on the outdoor patio overlooking the stunning cityscape.
Getting There
4 Avenue Road, Toronto, Ontario M5R 2E8
YYZ (24-35 min)  
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