The Hazelton Hotel, the first true luxury hotel in Toronto, sets a new standard in style, detail and bespoke service.
Sexy, dramatic interiors by internationally renowned design firm of Yabu Pushelberg have made The Hazelton a cultural catalyst in the heart of Yorkville.
With its unique mix of stunning rooms, sensational art collection, private screening room and world-class cuisine at ONE Restaurant by Mark McEwan, The Hazelton is an unrivaled luxury hotel designed for the sophisticated guest.
Located in downtown Toronto, Canada’s most vibrant city, The Hazelton Hotel offers sixty-two beautifully designed rooms and fifteen exceptional suites which evoke grandeur and a splash of 1940s-inspired Hollywood glitter.
The spacious hotel guest rooms average over 600 square feet with 9-foot ceilings. Custom-designed furnishings and exterior French doors that open to a private balcony provide a feeling of intimate luxury and European flair. Rooms also feature beds with sumptuous leather surrounds, LG 47″ HDTVs, Lutron-controlled lighting and wireless connections.
Step into private dressing rooms made of zebrawood with floor-to-ceiling mirrors. Experience genuine glamour in full-size, ensuite bathrooms. Dark green galaxy granite adorns the floor and walls. Bathrooms also feature deep soaker tubs, separate glassed-in rainfall showers, mirrors with built-in TVs, heated floors, custom light sconces and Dornbracht fixtures.
The Hazelton Hotel is a luxury hotel that is proud to offer a pet friendly environment and we hope your furry family member’s experience is as enjoyable as your own.
In recent years, Toronto’s Yorkville area has turned into the city’s most stylish district, with fabulous shopping and dining, as well as the acclaimed Royal Ontario Museum. The buzzing neighborhood provides the backdrop for the Hazleton, a design-focused property that is a major social hub.
Naturally, during the annual Toronto Film Festival the hotel is a major see-and-be-seen place.
Toronto, Canada 🇨🇦
Welcome to Toronto, the most multiculturally diverse city on the planet: over 140 languages are spoken. It’s estimated that over half of Toronto’s residents were born outside Canada, and despite its complex makeup, Torontonians generally get along. When the weather is fine, Toronto is a blast: a vibrant, big-time city abuzz with activity. Some of the world’s finest restaurants are found here, alongside happening bars and clubs and eclectic festivals.
Yes, winter in Toronto can be a real drag. Things get messy on the congested highways and archaic public transit system. But come with patience, an open mind and during the delightfully temperate and colorful spring or fall, and you’re bound to have a great time.
There is a fresh international buzz about Toronto. Perhaps it’s the influx of flush new residents from across the globe; or was it the Pan-Am Games that shone a spotlight on Toronto? Either way, this is a city that is waking up to its own greatness.