Park Hyatt Toronto

Toronto’s tribute to Canadian arts

For decades, Park Hyatt Toronto has been an icon in the city, a standard for discreet luxury and sophistication. In September 2021, the hotel reopened its doors after a highly anticipated redesign and restoration to create an even more elevated standard that focuses on the country’s (and the Park Hyatt’s) artistic heritage. Partnering with world-renowned designer Alessandro Munge of Toronto-based Studio Munge, the hotel now boasts 219 luxurious rooms, including 40 suites, with a contemporary aesthetic that offers you a refreshingly personalized experience.

The newly designed entrance and lobby are Canadian inspired with textures and tones that evoke the natural landscape à la Group of Seven (a famous 1920 school of Canadian painters who depicted the country’s rugged wilderness), accented by featured artwork and tapestries from local Canadian and indigenous artists, creating an intimate guest arrival experience akin to luxury boutique hotels. The newly opened Joni restaurant crafts relaxed yet elevated fare, weekend brunch and afternoon tea; while the hotel’s rooftop bar, Writers Room, is certain to remain one of the city’s best hidden gems with a view like no other.

Our Inspector's Highlights

  • A celebration of art is a pillar of the Toronto hotel, and each artwork has its own story. Take Where Beavers, Deers, Elks, and Such Beasts Keep by contemporary visual artist Nadia Myre (an Algonquin member of the Kitigan Zibi Anishinaabeg First Nation) that features more than 12,000 ceramic beads, handmade and hand-stitched into its final form.
  • The menu at Joni serves classics like Hawaiian crudo or beef tartare with a “bistronomy” approach: blending casual bistro-style dining with techniques of contemporary gastronomy, by executive chef Antonio Soriano, whose refined culinary techniques were honed at top-notch restaurants.
  • The 17th-floor Writers Room picks up on the Park Hyatt’s art-centric approach — where the hotel reception area boasts first editions of Margaret Atwood and Mordecai Richler novels, the rooftop bar celebrates Canadian writers, distinguished Canadians and the art of the written word with antique ink bottles and pen nib boxes. The bar, whose history stretches back 50 years, was a favored haunt among noted Canadian scribes and other creatives.
  • The redesigned 8,000-square-foot Stillwater Spa features a luxurious lounge, 13 treatment rooms and a range of transformative and restorative treatments, including facials, massages and manicure/pedicures. The spa is set to open later in 2022.
  • The hotel’s address at Avenue Road and Bloor Street West offers proximity to the chic boutiques and high-end shops of Yorkville, the Royal Ontario Museum, the Bata Shoe Museum and the ivy-lined walls of the University of Toronto campus.

The Rooms

  • The accommodations feel understated and soothing, with creams, deep blues and wood touches, while the white marble bathrooms are stocked with lavish Le Labo toiletries.
  • Custom-designed bars with a clean, midcentury modern aesthetic boast sleek Nespresso coffee makers while hiding away the mini bar fridge, well-stocked with high-end products like Grey Goose and Casamigos Reposado Tequila.
  • Technology like a portable Bluetooth-compatible speaker allows you to listen to tunes anywhere in the room, while the STAYCAST entertainment system on the TVs lets you log on to your streaming services through mobile devices in an easy, secure way.
  • At bedtime, blackout curtains keep the room dark while the bedside night table holds convenient light switches for the entire room. There are also thoughtfully placed electrical and phone-charging plugs, so you don’t have to go looking for an outlet, and subtle floor lighting to help you find your way to the bathroom in the middle of the night.
  • Rooms at the luxury hotel have irons and ironing boards as well as steamers for those hard-to-iron blouses, silks and suits.

24-hour room service
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Pet friendly
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4 Avenue Road, Toronto, Ontario M5R 2E8 Canada
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