TORONTO — The Soho Hotel Toronto has completed its multi-million-dollar renovation, resulting in 89 updated rooms by Gluckstein Design, which include 80-sq.-ft. dressing areas featuring Canadian-maple millwork, imported marble bathrooms with heated floors and Dornbracht fixtures.
Upgraded hotel amenities include a saltwater pool, steam room and a gym designed by trainer and two-time heavy-weight champion Dalton Brown. The SoHo Hotel Toronto also offers new COVID-19-safe features, such as touchless check-in, room service and special requests via direct message using the hotel’s app, individual HVAC in every room and an ion air-filtration system.
“As Toronto’s premier downtown boutique hotel, we’re committed to crafting memorable and intimate travel experiences for all of our guests,” says David Kelley, general manager, The SoHo Hotel Toronto. “Guests of SoHo will benefit from a small team of knowledgeable and friendly staff ready to personalize and tailor the needs of each individual stay.”
The three-storey Presidential Penthouse is the hotel’s hidden gem, with more than 4,000 sq.ft. composed of two separate one-bedroom suites. The space includes a renovated hot tub on a large rooftop terrace. Additionally, the hotel’s lobby café and restaurant by Moretti offers an Italian twist and robust flavour to its guests.
“We all know how important food is to a perfect hotel stay,” says Kelley. “Whether guests are looking to indulge in a lively meal at the restaurant, or comfortable Italian cuisine in their suite with room service, Moretti and Moretti Caffé are valued additions to The SoHo Hotel and leave our guests satisfied and happy.”
Situated in Toronto’s downtown core, The SoHo Hotel is surrounded by a number of shops, pubs and restaurants and other attractions.
I’ve been to this hotel before it was renovated, and I’m just glad that the renovation ended up taking place. The place did need renovating; there’s no doubting that.