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Tucked away on a side street between King Street and Blue Jays Way in the heart of Toronto’s entertainment district, Hotel Le Germain is a cozy escape from the bustle of the city. Full review →
Like its sister properties elsewhere in Canada, the Le Germain Toronto is a modern Euro-designy hotel with a comforting vibe.
Toronto waited too long for a hotel like Le Germain, which opened in 2003. Designed by Lemay Michaud Architecture Design, its 122 rooms and suites feature downy beds and Aveda toiletries.
An 11-story-brick-and-glass facade conceals a lobby outfitted with rich South American woods. Full review →
With its modern, understated decor, this boutique hotel is the very height of elegance.
Every room in this intimate 11-story building has a different configuration, ensuring that regular guests never get bored. Full review →
This Quebec-based company adds a continental touch that blends effortlessly with an edgy elegance. Full review →
Hotel Le Germain Toronto is a luxury boutique hotel located in Downtown Toronto with 118 rooms and 4 suites. Full review →
Contemporary urban sleep in downtown with Scandinavian-inspired décor and a restaurant showcasing Canada’s multicultural cuisine. Full review →
Hip and harmonious, Le Germain resides in a quiet Entertainment District side street. Full review →
This 122-room boutique hotel is centrally located in the heart of the Entertainment District. Full review →
Immaculate, chi-chi boutique hotel kitted out in the full flourish of modern style, from the handsome foyer... through to the stylish, well-appointed guest rooms.
In an epicenter locale near the Rogers Center, this captivating, upscale boutique-chain creation is primed for the modern traveler who desires luxury on a small scale Full review →
This stylish boutique property run by the Quebec-based, family-run Le Germain chain of hotels is a cosy retreat catering to everyone from business travellers to ‘staycationers’. Full review →
The Le Germain group specialises in creating Euro-style boutique hotels; it owned award-winning properties in Montreal and Quebec before opening this Toronto counterpart in 2003. Full review →
Situated in the entertainment district, Hôtel Le Germain is housed in a converted red-brick warehouse with a stainless-steel and glass façade. Full review →
Contemporary architecture and touches such as a library with cappuccino bar, an exercise room with an open-air terrace and a rooftop putting green distinguish this outpost of a boutique hotel group.
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