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The Omni King Edward Hotel
The King Eddy has been a landmark hotel in Toronto since it opened in 1903. For many years, it was the hotel where the rich and famous stayed when they came to the city. Sadly, the glitz and glamor... Read More
The King Eddy has been a landmark hotel in Toronto since it opened in 1903. For many years, it was the hotel where the rich and famous stayed when they came to the city. Sadly, the glitz and glamor faded...until local investors poured millions of dollars into restoring the property to its former glory. It once again became the hotel to come and stay for special occasions. The carved marble columns and the glass-domed ceiling in the lobby harken back to more genteel days. Rooms are on the small side but seem larger because of high ceilings and large windows. All have been decorated with an Old European flair and many personal touches. The large, marble bathtubs are truly decadent. The on-site spa is also a great place to be pampered. You'll be within walking distance of Toronto's best restaurants, theatre district and many other attractions.
- Recommended as Best Hotels Because: A great brunch, a sunken bathtub and an air of the glamorous: The King Edward has it all.
- Best for Downtown Hotels Because: Gorgeous, old world charm in the heart of a new-world city.
- Best for Romantic Hotels Because: John Lennon and Yoko Ono certainly had some romantic (and naked) times at this hotel. Why can't you?
- Best for Luxury Hotels Because: From Queen Victoria to Elizabeth Taylor, the King Edward has housed some VIPs (with emphasis on the V).