Until October 31, 2012 you can experience the hospitality of Shangri-La Hotel, Toronto.
With the “Tales of Toronto” package” from Shangri-La, you can begin your day at the hotel’s Health Club, an 828-square-metre health and fitness facility. Visitors to Toronto can enjoy loads of activities, from the Art Gallery of Ontario to Royal Ontario Museum and some of the best nightlife choices in Canada. West of Shangri-la lies the city’s theatre district and to the south is a vibrant waterfront area. For dinner, Bosk has a collection of international dishes with a decided Asian influence. Executive chef Jean Paul Lourdes has brought his Michelin-starred cooking talents to the Shangri-la.
Brijbassi: “The gorgeous Shangri-la Toronto is ultra-luxury, Asian-style, which sets it apart in an urban landscape suddenly filled with elite properties separated by only a few blocks. It opened its doors on Friday, presenting Toronto with elegant touches that harken to Hong Kong and Shanghai.”
- $75 food and beverage credit at Bosk
- Complimentary upgrade to the next room category.
Vacay.ca Recommends a Vacation in Toronto for the Distillery District
While in Toronto, catch a cab from Shangri-La and pay a visit to the Distillery District. Vacay.ca Writer Waheeda Harris had a chance to do just that and wrote about it in her article “Past meets present at Toronto’s Distillery District.”
Harris wrote: “Reopened in 2003 as a pedestrian-only neighbourhood, the district has kept its 19th-century feel alive with many cafes, galleries and artist studios housed in the original brick buildings. A unique compliment to the industrial brick is installations of sculpture such as “Koilos” by Michael Christian and “Still Dancing” by Dennis Oppenheim.”
To Book with Shangri-La Hotel, Toronto: Click here, or call 1-647-788-8888.