TORONTO — Following the renovation of the 43rd-floor Club Lounge in October 2021, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel has completed the latest phase of its extensive transformation. This summer, the hotel is welcoming guests to its re-imagined lobby level which includes two new food-and-beverage offerings, private collaboration Studios and soundproof Booths, upgraded porte cochère and an outdoor pool garden.

The first new food-and-beverage concept is 43 Down, which focuses on mixology as an art form and delivers classics, handcrafted and locally-inspired cocktails from Toronto’s diverse culinary scene. The second, Dual Citizen, offers coffeehouse-style grab-and-go during the day, while transitioning to a lobby bar in the evenings.

Additionally, the Studios are built on raised platforms and enclosed with glass and are available to book hourly or on a per-day basis. They are suitable for small group meetings to private dining experiences. The soundproof Booths and Community Tables allow guests to connect privately with friends, family or colleagues from afar. Lastly, the year-round pool and 6,000-sq-ft Urban and Waterfall Garden offers a great location for weddings, social gatherings and events.

“We are thrilled to be one of the first hotels in Canada to introduce Sheraton’s new vision,” says Tim Reardon, general manager, Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel. “We’re welcoming back guests from the past 50 years to a modernized property that encourages productivity, collaboration, and to be part of a larger community.”


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