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Hotel X Toronto is Set to Open This September

Hotel X Toronto is Set to Open This September

Toronto will be establishing their first urban resort in September 2017.  The upcoming resort Hotel X Toronto, will offer the inhabitants of downtown Toronto sports, dining, and entertainment services along with a wide range of amenities to choose from.  This new resort is going to be a place that allows guests to enjoy themselves wholeheartedly amid a tranquil yet exhilarating environment, giving the guests a true R&R experience like no other.

The resort’s culinary offerings will to be nothing short of incredible as it introduces seven dining concepts of which includes the Library Club Lounge (a private lounge exclusive to hotel guests only), the Pergerine SkyBar (a 10,000 square-foot, three-story rooftop bar and lounge), Petros 82 (a Mediterranean fine-dining restaurant), and a beer garden that surrounds one of the city’s historic landmarks: the Stanley Barracks fort.

Hotel X Toronto encompasses 406 rooms including 37 suites, all of which were designed by Andi Pepper Interior Design with a contemporary layout that assimilates dazzling bursts of color, paying homage to the rooms vibrant city views.  The accommodations also feature two imposing Presidential Suites, one of them boasts a double-height living room and fireplace, while the other features two bedrooms and incredible panoramic views of Lake Ontario.

Another new, astounding addition to the resort is its Ten X Toronto; a 90,000 square-foot health & wellness facility that showcases a full service spa with six treatment rooms, four indoor tennis courts with 50-foot high ceilings, nine squash courts, a physiotherapy and chiropractic clinic, an 82-foot long rooftop swimming pool, Pilates and hot-yoga studios, and a state-of-the-art health center.  Hotel X Toronto will offer many other sumptuous amenities like “The Pond” an indoor/outdoor rooftop pool and a 243-seat cinema.  Furthermore, the hotel will be hosting a perennial archaeological exhibition that focuses on the historical, 19th century Stanley Barracks as well as an art exhibition which unveils a gallery showcasing works by talented and creative minded, local artists.

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