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Why Stay At Templar Hotel
A sleek, 27-room boutique hotel and spa in the heart of downtown Toronto, with a buzzy restaurant helmed by Canadian star chef Roberto Fracchioni.
Toronto's hotel scene is booming, and stylish properties are going above-and-beyond to stand out. Case in point: the new-in-2011 Templar Hotel, in the city's downtown entertainment district, which uses a slick Porsche Panamera for its airport shuttle. Inside, the chic suites have Poliform furnishings, silk duvets, and floor-to-ceiling windows; high-tech amenities include Apple TVs and in-room iPads. But we fell for the hotel's public spaces. The ceiling of the lobby offers views into the hotel's lap pool; at Monk Kitchen's communal tables, a hip, suit-and-tie crowd dines on chef Roberto Fracchioni's Italian creations (the menu changes every day); and on the first floor, graphic skateboards by artist-of-the-moment Damien Hirst are mounted on glass and concrete.
Although Monk Kitchen is open to the public during regular dinner service, hotel guests are invited to sit at the chef's table anytime; staff is on duty 24/7.
The Roy Thomson Hall concert venue is just two blocks from the hotel. The circular glass building houses the Toronto Symphony Orchestra and hosts screenings during the Toronto International Film Festival.
Arrive at Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) which is approximately 17 miles from the hotel. Anticipate about 30 minutes of travel time.348 Adelaide Street West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Indoor Pool
- Spa on Property
- Wellness Center
- Japanese Garden
- Floor-to-ceiling Windows
- Apple TVs
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Work Desks
- Mini Bars
- En-suite Bathrooms
- Soaking Tubs
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Lobby Bar
- 2 person maximum occupancy
- Welcome drink
Why We Love Toronto
Buzz-worthy Toronto is having its moment: the multi-cultural city is filled with fashion-forward boutiques and happening restaurants, all set along Lake Ontario's western edge.
601 King St. W.
Dinner for two $120.
Where to Drink: Around 10 p.m., when Toronto's pre-clubbing crowd heads out, join the scene at nearby Weslodge for a tobacco-infused Manhattan cocktail or a local craft beer.
480 King St. W.
Drinks for two $30.
Where to Shop: Don't miss what Torontonians call "The Warehouse," a sprawling complex in a restored industrial building that's home to 140 artist studios. It's the place to pick up some of the best original art available for purchase.
401 Richmond St. W.
Best Day Trip: One of Canada's top tasting spots is located 80 miles away, at the wineries of Niagara-on-the-Lake. More than 25 vineyards, such as Hinterbrook Winery and the Ice House Winery, are located along the shore.
Why Go Now
January 25 - February 7, 2013
A two-week culinary festival that includes eclectic foodie events, such as traditional Japanese tea ceremonies, as well as prix fixe menus at many city restaurants.
Toronto Fashion Week
A showcase for Canada's most notable brands and global designers.
April 25 - May 5, 2014
Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival
North America's largest documentary film festival, with more than 150 films screened at various locations.
May 25 + 26, 2013
Doors Open Toronto
For one weekend each May, the city's landmark buildings are open for free private tours.