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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 →
Toronto's first luxury hotel has come up to snuff since undergoing a major renovation. Located five blocks north of Air Canada Centre, near the downtown shopping mall, the Eaton Centre... Full review →Rooms are equipped with mini-fridge, flat-screen HDTV, a large working desk, a Keurig coffeemaker, laptop-sized safe, premium bedding, phone, iPod docking station, high-speed wireless Internet access, iron and ironing boards, and bathrobes and slippers upon request.
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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