BURLINGTON, Ont. — The Pearle Hotel and Spa will open on Burlington’s waterfront on November 1 2021. The 151-room urban retreat, just steps from Lake Ontario, is designed by the award-winning Studio Munge.
The Pearle Hotel and Spa is inspired by the Ciancone family matriarch, grandmother Pearle, whose work ethic and spirit of hospitality remain deeply admired by her family today.
“The Pearle Hotel and Spa is a dream soon to be realized,” says Aaron Ciancone, president of Pearle Hospitality. Upon arrival, guests are welcomed by local works of art and the warm hues of the hotel lobby, instantly sparking an autumnal ambiance with a grand cascading spiral staircase that begins the journey through the hotel’s inviting amenities.”
The luxurious, full-service spa is reminiscent of the arrival of spring, with a curated offering of rejuvenating treatments. Adjoining the spa, a Hammam steam room, an indoor swimming pool and a state-of-the-art fitness facility adds to the guest experience.
The Pearle Hotel and Spa is home to two inventive, farm-driven dining options, with much of their offerings grown on Pearle Hospitality’s own farm located 20 minutes down the road. Inspired by the vibrant, casual days of summer, The Pearle Hotel’s restaurant Isabelle, headed by executive chef Ben Heaton (formerly Patria, Mira, Byblos), has an expansive lakeside terrace with a weather-friendly patio. The hotel will also house the fourth location of the popular Earth to Table: Bread Bar for high-quality-ingredient dishes and coffee with more casual cafe seating.
The hotel’s exclusive event floor features elegantly designed event space totalling 10,000 sq. ft. with show-stopping floor-to-ceiling windows, hand-blown fixtures by local artisans and lake views.