An artfully balanced revival

By Kylie McKenzie

Considered one of the city’s most coveted addresses, the revival of the Park Hyatt Toronto by Studio Munge is a glamorous nod to Canadian heritage, art deco, and literature.

Rooted in celebrating the sophistication of the arts, the iconic Park Hyatt now features a permanent collection of pieces from renowned Canadian and indigenous artists.

A stay in one 40 suites or 179 rooms—tastefully balances residential comfort with sophistication. Even better…book the 14th floor, Presidential Suite which now hosts a chef’s pantry and private dining room, a study and living room grounded by a stone-clad fireplace with champagne metal accents. It’s stone-tiled bathroom with glass-enclosed double rain shower, and a free-standing soaker tub overlooking Yorkville can only rivalled by the soon to be open spa as a wellness sanctuary.

Joni, the lobby’s casual bistro dining and the rooftop Writers Room are the new places to gather and celebrate fresh and fabulous cuisine with exceptional flare and variety. Be it breakfast, lunch, and dinner service or a visit to the historic cocktail bar that pay homage to the great Canadian literary legends who’ve made it their favourite haunt over the years. There’s nowhere else quite like it in  “The 6.”

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