The suite life at W Toronto
The suite life at W Toronto

Three new premium suite categories now booking at W Toronto

TORONTO — W Toronto has unveiled three new premium suite categories, with décor that the hotel says continues its celebration of Toronto’s “iconic street and performance art scenes, cultural diversity, and legacy of non-conformity.”

W Toronto celebrated its much-awaited grand opening in July 2022, at 90 Bloor St. East, on the doorstep of Toronto’s upscale Yorkville neighbourhood. Formerly the Marriott Toronto Bloor Yorkville, the 11-storey property now has all the eye-popping design elements befitting a W Hotel.

“Since our debut last summer, W Toronto has been welcoming guests from all over the world who are in search of the unique and unexpected when it comes to a luxury-lifestyle hotel stay,” said Perry Pisani, Director of Sales & Marketing. “From our striking guest rooms to our wildly popular rooftop bar, we have delivered and are now raising the stakes even higher with a collection of suites that will take a stay at W Toronto to the next level.”

Pisani says all offer a nod to old Toronto glamour, with jewel-like tones of magentas, purples and mauves, and theatrical design elements, from shimmery tassel curtains to up lighting adorning each velvet bed frame. The suites also feature spacious living spaces for gatherings as well as a fully stocked MIXBAR minibar flanked by a gold orb designed to showcase drinks for guests.

Here’s a look at the new suite categories. All six of the brand new suites are available now for booking.

Extreme WOW Suites (Presidential) – Two 1,765-square foot bi-level suites featuring a bedroom, workspace and spacious, spa-inspired bathroom on the second level with round soaker tub and a shower for two. With city views, the E-WOW Suites include an expanded living room space, a dining table for eight and a full kitchenette complete with an oversized MIX Bar for entertaining.

WOW Suites (Vice Presidential) – Facing both the city and the courtyard, the two 1,090-square foot WOW Suites feature an expansive entertaining and dining space; a separate bedroom where the bed is flanked with dramatic, shimmery tassel curtains and a spa-inspired bathroom with jet and rainfall showers (with one WOW featuring a soaker tub).

Amplified Studio Suites – Featuring a large, open-concept bedroom and living space with plenty of plush seating, the two 667 square foot Amplified Studio Suites also feature workspaces, bathrooms with dual vanities and rainfall showers.

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