The Four Seasons finally opened its new doors in Toronto last week. After closing its original Toronto hotel earlier this year (and hosting an auction of the hotel's items), the hotel company opened its doors to the 55-storey hotel in Toronto's trendy Yorkville district, and proclaimed this new location as the flagship Four Seasons hotel worldwide.
The latest luxury hotel to open in Toronto, the Four Seasons Toronto features 259 rooms (all outfitted with iPads), expansive meeting rooms and star chef Daniel Boulud's new restaurant. But it's the hotel's spa that has everyone talking.
The 30,000 square-foot spa, simply named 'The Spa,' becomes the largest spa in Toronto, and the largest spa of any Four Seasons hotel worldwide. The hotel refers to this serene escape as a ‘spa in the sky’, thanks to its lofty views of Toronto. More than 30,000 square feet hosts 17 treatment rooms on floors eight and nine, While you're here, don't miss the indoor relaxation pool, whirlpool, steam room, yoga studio, nail bar, a spa boutique and a 3,500-square-foot fitness center.
Breathe in The Spa's signature white tea scent while you wait for your treatment. Spa treatments are priced by length of treatment, instead of type of treatment. Four exclusive product lines at the Spa include Amala, Ajne, Sjal and Neuma, all making their Canadian debuts at Four Seasons Hotel Toronto.
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