Four-Seasons-TorontoTORONTO — Toronto’s iconic 31-storey luxury hotel The Four Seasons, located on Avenue Road in the Yorkville district, is closing March 28, just months before the new flagship Four Seasons Hotel opens on Bay Street at Yorkville.

Despite being downgraded by the American Automobile Association from 5-Star to 4-Star in 1997, being housed in a 39-year-old building with limited amenities and the influx of new luxury hotels in recent years, the hotel maintained its cachet with luxury travellers, movie stars, brides and meeting and event planners.

Toronto is home to the 50-year-old Four Seasons brand, which was founded by Isadore Sharp.


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