TORONTO — The Four Seasons Hotel Toronto re-opened on July 10. As guests are welcomed back to the luxury property, the brand’s global flagship introduced its Lead with Care program and enhanced health and safety measures.
Grounded in healthcare expertise and enabled by access to leading technologies and tools, the Lead with Care program is focused on delivering the utmost care, confidence and comfort to all Four Seasons guests, residents and employees.
“The ultimate luxury is the absence of worry,” says Konrad Gstrein, general manager at Four Seasons Hotel Toronto. “While the Four Seasons experience may look different, we trust that all of our guests and residents will feel completely cared for and comforted by our intuitive service and attention to detail.”
As part of the new health and safety protocols, all guests, residents and employees will adhere to a temperature check before entering the hotel. Employees will be wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) and all guests are asked to wear a face mask when in public spaces inside the hotel.
The Four Seasons Mobile App provides a convenient and contactless way for individuals to customise their stay. With Four Seasons service at their fingertips, they have the ability to make and manage reservations, request luggage pickup, airport transfers, room service, housekeeping requests and more.
As part of the re-opening, The Spa at Four Seasons Toronto is currently offering select massage and body treatments for those seeking much-needed relaxation. The Hair and Nail Bar is also open for manicures, pedicures and hair-care services.
Post-treatment, guests can also enjoy the pool on the new Spa Terrace. This outdoor space also features a new Cloud 9 Oasis menu with seasonal dishes including a mezze selection with taro chips and a plant-based watermelon tartare.
The property’s popular dining destinations Café Boulud and d|bar by Chef Daniel Boulud remain closed due to government regulations. However, guests and residents can still enjoy a selection of in-room dining offerings.