TORONTO — The opening of the new Four Seasons Toronto has been announced for Friday, Oct. 5.
“We greatly share in the anticipation surrounding the opening of this Hotel,” says Dimitrios Zarikos, regional vice-president and GM of the Hotel.
The new property located in the Yorkville neighbourhood was designed by Yabu Pushelberg. It will offer 259 rooms and 42 suites with interactive tablets, Wi-Fi, climate control, digital signage and marble bathrooms with televisions hidden inside mirrors. The hotel also features a two-storey spa, function rooms and glass-enclosed event spaces.
Café Boulud and Dbar by chef Daniel Boulud will be among the dining options at the hotel. The two spaces will showcase modern French cuisine.
The original Four Seasons Toronto closed in the spring to make way for a new condo development.