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St. Regis is my favorite brand in the Marriott portfolio, so I had to check out the St. Regis Toronto on a recent trip. The hotel is excellent and I found the service, suite, and amenities excellent. I’m not surprised to see that Forbes Travel Guide recognized the property as a leader in luxury for a second year in a row with coveted Five-Star Hotel and Five-Star Spa ratings for 2024.
Hiren Prabhakar, General Manager of The St. Regis Toronto, said:
We are honoured to receive these accolades from Forbes for a second time, proving The St. Regis Toronto’s dedication to maintaining excellence in luxury hospitality. Our commitment to bespoke service at every level is what sets The St. Regis Toronto apart and earns us the distinction of being a top luxury hotel in Canada.”
The downtown location is good for both business and leisure travelers. We were able to walk to the CF Toronto Eaton Centre (a huge shopping mall) and a Christmas market. Any remnants of the hotel’s former identity (Trump Hotel) have been exorcised and the hotel did a good job of remodeling in 2018.
The St. Regis Toronto offers a luxe and comfortable base while visiting the city. Breakfast was nice and I loved that the hotel was so elegantly decorated for the holidays. Service was excellent across the board with every employee being friendly and efficient. I’d definitely return again (full review here).
Anthony’s Take: It’s no surprise that this excellent hotel won this award from Forbes. I can’t wait to get back to Toronto and stay here again.
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