St. Regis Hotels and Resorts marks Canadian debut in Toronto

Owned by Innvest, the landmark hotel is set to elevate Toronto’s luxury hospitality landscape

The St. Regis Toronto, Marriott, Toronto, Canada

St. Regis Hotels and Resorts has opened The St. Regis Toronto, marking the luxury brand’s debut in Canada. The property is owned by Innvest.

The hotel has 258 guest rooms, including 124 suites – the most suites of any luxury hotel in Canada – and is designed by DesignAgency and Chapi Chapo Design.

Guests will enjoy the brand’s signature St. Regis Butler Service, which offers around-the-clock service and customises each guest’s stay according to their tastes and preferences. This includes unpacking and packing, beverage service and garment pressing. The hotel will also introduce eButler chat – where guests can contact their butler through the Marriott Mobile App, available 24 hours a day.

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The hotel will unveil two culinary venues toh the city, including Louix Louis, the grand bar and restaurant on the otel’s 31st floor, and Astor Lounge, a lobby-level café lounge.

Helmed by executive chef Guillaume Robin, the former offers a menu of American cuisine with French technique. The crystal glass interior design draws inspiration from the cocktail bars of New York and Paris. 

The hotel lobby will house Astor Lounge, a café counter and living room-style space that will serve afternoon tea on weekends and transform each evening with a brand ritual of champagne sabering at 5:00 pm for seated guests.

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