The Windsor Arms has mix of historic charm and modern luxury. The hotel opened in 1927 in Toronto's Yorkville neighbourhood and immediately became a favourite with high-end travellers seeking high-end... Read More
The Windsor Arms has mix of historic charm and modern luxury. The hotel opened in 1927 in Toronto's Yorkville neighbourhood and immediately became a favourite with high-end travellers seeking high-end accommodations. There was a short period of time where it closed in the 1990s, but it reopened better than ever. The hotel's all-suite 28 rooms have incredible touches, such as a butler's pantry, which allows for uninterrupted room service. Rooms include Italian linens and handmade furnishings, as well as creature comforts including an IPod dock, sound systems and spa-like bathrooms. Each of the hotel's 28 guestrooms also includes a musical instrument. You could find a guitar, a harp or even a baby grand piano waiting for you. Downstairs, make time for tea, with a choice of hats that would make the Kentucky Derby attendees blush. Whether you go in the afternoon or at twilight, the scones are worth the stop.
18 Saint Thomas St
Toronto, ON M5S 3E7
- Recommended as Best Hotels Because: A Victorian building with Wi-Fi sounds like a perfect way to modernize this historic hotel.
- Best for Downtown Hotels Because: Luxury and comfort, with just enough cool to keep things interesting.
- Best for Luxury Hotels Because: Not many hotels come with a Nespresso maker and a musical instrument. You may want to take up harp playing in your new luxury life.
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