TORONTO — After months of renovations, the Hazelton Hotel is sporting a new look and vibe. The hotel recently completed its long-awaited renovation project, undertaken with the hotel’s original design firm, Toronto-based Yabu Pushelberg. Despite suspending its operations due to COVID-19, the massive renovation project proceeded as planned. With the reno now completed, the hotel resumes full operations, offering guests a transformed guest experience, including a new Spa by Valmont and a renewed approach to food and beverage at its popular signature restaurant ONE by chef Mark McEwan.
“The Hazelton was founded in 2008 with the vision of bringing international luxury to Toronto. After a challenging few months, we’re delighted to unveil the evolution of our original vision and welcome back our loyal community to Yorkville,” says Hani Roustom, managing director, the Hazelton Hotel. “We look forward to sharing this exciting new chapter with all our guests and colleagues who make this hotel so remarkable.”
To preserve the hotel’s unique identity, Yabu Pushelberg recreated the lobby, 77 guestrooms — including three signature suites — sleek dining space, spa and screening room with an updated aesthetic that pays homage to its original vision.
To ensure the health and safety of guests and employees, the hotel has developed an eight-point safety plan aligned with the Canadian public-health authorities’ guidelines. The detailed plan can be accessed at thehazeltonhotel.com/covid-19/