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Toronto Hotels

Park Hyatt Toronto

Pros

  • Large marble baths
  • Le Labo toiletries
  • Free Internet
  • Impeccably appointed

Cons

  • Breakfast is pricey

Updated 09/18/2013

Fodor's Review

The experience here is très New York Park Avenue, with elegant, 400-square-foot guest rooms overlooking Queen's Park and Lake Ontario. Of all the Yorkville properties, this one definitely enjoys the most prominent spot—right at the corner of busy Bay Street and Avenue Road. Two-level loft suites have designer kitchenettes, and the 2,500-square-foot Algonquin Suite affords three different skyline views. The Stillwater Spa is largely considered one of the city's

finest. If you forgot any tolietries at home, check the gift boutique for fine soaps and skin-care items. A haven for literati, the Roof Lounge serves up a tasty burgers-and-fries lunch that draws a crowd. The Annona Dining Room serves Mediterranean-inspired dishes that make good use of local, seasonal ingredients; the well-known steak house Morton's is attached.

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Hotel Information

Address:

4 Avenue Rd., at Bloor St. W, Toronto, Ontario, M5R 2E8, Canada

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Phone:

416-925–1234; 800-778–7477

Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 291 rooms, 45 suites
  • No meals

Updated 09/18/2013

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By David

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Sep 26, 2005

Not up to usual Park Hyatt standards

Recently returned from five nights at the Toronto Park Hyatt and was disappointed. Although the hotel is certainly beautiful and the rooms are wonderfully appointed, we felt the service at this particular Park Hyatt did not measure up to usual Park Hyatt standards. For instance, turn down service, including refreshing used towels, replacing used glassware, etc., has always been customarily provided each evening at any Park Hyatt we have previously

stayed in. In Toronto, however, we had to request such service the first evening. This request was acknowledged by both the front desk staff and housekeeping but, ultimately, ignored. The second night we again requested that the room be refreshed. Again, the request was acknowledged but went unfulfilled. Finally, on the third night, our request was honored. Meanwhile, daytime maid service was not provided until late in the afternoon on two days of our stay, in the morning on other days. This level of inconsistency, coupled with unmet requests, is simply unacceptable for a hotel at this level. Unfortunately, the lobby bar was consistently, and inexplicably, closed while we were at the hotel, although the rooftop lounge was quite nice and inviting. We only had breakfast in the restaurant (acceptable quality and service but terribly expensive) so cannot comment on what other meals might be like there. All-in-all, a nice property from a locational and physical perspective but they have some service issues that really need to be dealt with, especially considering their high nightly rate.

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By Rod

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May 8, 2002

Attentive service, great location

Everything about our stay was terrific. The room was elegant and comfortable and each staff person was friendly and most helpful. A miscommunication with our spa reservation was corrected immediately by the front desk manager. Cumberland Street, a half block away, is home to a movie theatre, a Budget rental agency, and trendy shops. The Royal Ontario Museum and a subway stop is also very close. By the way, check out chef Jamie Kennedy's restaurant

on the roof of the museum. We ate there for lunch and enjoyed a delicious meal in a most pleasant atmosphere.

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By Sherry

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Apr 19, 2002

Great Hotel

Enjoyed our stay immensely! Only drawback is the rooms dont have coffee makers. Otherwise, the rooms/bathrooms are quite nice, new and modern, all amenities, turn down service and housekeeping were good. Very friendly staff. Overall, a wonderful relaxing few days, spa treatments were good to excellent! One tip: book your spa treatments in advance, they are extremely busy. Enjoy!

By Frank

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Aug 28, 2001

Best bar/greatest view in town

This is a great hotel with excellent service.

By Howard

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May 4, 2001

Enormous, comfortable rooms -- good service, too

I stayed four nights here over Easter, and loved every thing about it. I had just escaped from a disastrous place (The Metropolitan) which had drab, tiny rooms, and it was like heaven to walk into the ENORMOUS, luxurious rooms here. My room faced the Four Seasons (another great place) and I wasn't a bit sorry to be where I was, while saving hundreds a night. Food was excellent, good housekeeping, and even the doorman was genuinely helpful and friendly

-- not the usual self-important hot shot you see at nice hotels. In a city with great hotels, this is one of the best by far.

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