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Victoria's Restaurant is popular with the power-breakfast crowd and serves high tea later in the afternoon.
Opened in 1903, this grand historic hotel, a member of the Leading Hotels in the World, offers elegantly appointed rooms, courteous service, spa, and every possible amenity; guests want for nothing.
Toronto's landmark "King Eddy" Hotel, which has hosted the well-heeled for over a century, continues to be a favorite choice for special occasions and a nod to grand hotels of the past. Full review →
Among the amenities, guests will find plasma TVs, cable TV, iPod docking stations, high-speed Internet, laptop-size safes and mini-bars. Full review →
The glorious 'King Eddy' is Toronto's oldest hotel, named for King Edward VII, who gave it the royal seal of approval over a century ago. Full review →
Possibly the most historic hotel in Toronto, the King Edward has had a reputation for elegance for over 100 years. Full review →
Still, at The King Eddie, as locals affectionately call it, guests are treated like royalty, and the staff is a great highlight here. Full review →
Its storied hallways have seen the likes of Ernest Hemingway, The Beatles, Elizabeth Taylor, Rudolph Valentino and Britney Spears. Full review →
Architect EJ Lennox, who also built Casa Loma and Old City Hall, sure knew how to show off. Full review →
Old-world elegance is the aesthetic at this historic, century-old hotel that projects a classic British ambience, complete with afternoon tea service and a clubby bar area.
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