$150 spa credit at the Hazelton Hotel

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Posted August 14, 2012 by Vacay in Deal of The Day

Travel DealTravel Deal For August 14, 2012

Stay at the Hazelton Hotel with this package and get a $150 credit at the spa!

Enjoy accommodation in one of the suites, breakfast for two (served in your room or in the restaurant) from Mark McEwan’s ‘ONE’ Restaurant, and get a credit of $150 per night to use toward services in The Spa. Parking and late check-out are also included at the Yorkville hotel.

A favourite stopover for Hollywood stars attending the Toronto International Film Festival, Hazelton’s guest rooms average over 620 square feet with nine-foot ceilings. Sixty-two beautifully designed rooms and 15 exceptional suites evoke grandeur with a splash of 1940s-inspired Hollywood glitter.

And when we say Hollywood glitter, we aren’t kidding. Vacay.ca Managing Editor Adrian Brijbassi wrote about celebrities who enjoy staying at the Hazelton Hotel in his article headlined “When Justin Bieber and JLo come to town” — give it a read and you’ll be primed for TIFF 2012.

To Book: Click here, or call the Hazelton directly at 1-866-473-6301.

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