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Four Seasons Toronto at Yorkville

9.2 | Excellent | #13 out of 121 hotels in Toronto
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Luxury hotel in Toronto's Yorkville district with elegant rooms, day spa and fine dining

Pros
  • Free amenities: Wi-Fi, shoe shine, newspapers
  • Rooms were beautifully designed and well appointed
  • Location excellent for shopping, dining and near public transit
  • Staff gave excellent service
  • Dining on site was highly praised by guests
  • Many guests enjoyed spa services on site
  • Wi-Fi was rated excellent
Cons
  • Valet-only parking is $50 for overnight including tax
  • Some felt spa, parking or room rates were expensive
  • Some complained of hearing loud music
Freebies
Free Wi-Fi
Editor's Review
Updated Jun 12, 2017
Overview
This hotel offers a luxury stay in Toronto's Yorkville area, an easy walk to fine dining and upscale shopping and a 7-minute drive or 20-minute subway ride to the city centre.

The hotel offers 259 smoke-free rooms over 21 floors with elevator access. 

All rooms include free Wi-Fi (includes 4 devices), a 37" HDTV with cable, and espresso machine, tea maker, a mini-bar, a desk with charging station for electronics and ergonomic chair, an iPod dock, a laptop safe, floor-to-ceiling windows, a sitting area, a granite bathroom with soaker tub, separate rain shower, in-mirror TV, bathrobes, a hair dryer, windows that open and climate control. 

Some rooms include a sofabed, 1, 2 or 3 separate bedrooms, bathrooms off the bedroom, a dressing area, a powder room with shower, a living room, a full kitchen, kitchen service entrance, a dining table for 6 or 8 and a private office. Accessible rooms are available.

Rooms are furnished with 2 double beds, or 1 king bed. 

Valet-only parking is available for $50 per day including tax with a clearance of 10'

Pets may be allowed on request by calling the hotel directly.

Restaurant on site:
CafĂ© Boulud serves breakfast, lunch and dinner daily and brunch on the weekends.  
d|bar Lounge offers lunch and dinner daily as well as cocktails and seasonal patio dining. 
Room service is 24 hours.

Hotel amenities include and indoor lap pool with skylit terrace, a hot tub, ladies and gents steam rooms, a 24-hour fitness centre, a day spa, a 24-hour business centre, concierge, gift shops, laundry services, a hair salon, free newspapers, free shoe shine and meeting rooms.

What's nearby? Holts and upscale shops on Bloor are within a 4-minute walk. Eaton Centre is 11 minutes by subway, 20 minutes walking and 8 minutes by car. CN Tower, Rogers Centre and Ripley's Aquarium are 12 minutes by car or 23 minutes by subway. 

Getting around: The Bloor-Yonge subway station is a 4-minute walk from the hotel. Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) is a 28-minute drive without traffic or 45 minutes by public transit. (All travel times: Google Maps)

Confirmed by hotel June 11, 2017: valet only parking is available for $50 per night taxes included, pets are allowed on request, clearance for underground lot is 10 feet
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The Good
Many guests had very positive experiences at the hotel with the great majority giving it top marks in the reviews posted online.

Guests really enjoyed their modern and elegant rooms. They were spacious and well thought out with plenty of storage, they were beautifully designed and guests felt they were peaceful with neutral and gentle colour schemes. Many also were impressed with the comfort of the beds.

The staff made guests happy to be there. Guests repeatedly told stories of outstanding service and warm encounters with the staff. One recent guest wrote, "They were so helpful, pleasant, cheerful, and never hesitated to accommodate our every need. It was GREAT!!"

The location was excellent. It was pleasant for walking, close to lots of great shopping and restaurants, museums and art galleries and guests liked having nearby access to public transit for getting to downtown.

Many guests considered the dining on site to be excellent. They enjoyed breakfasts, room service, the outdoor patio and mentioned the lounge with its DJ in the evenings and the restaurants: Cafe Boulud "the new French restaurant was outstanding.  A jewel addition to the hotel. The visuals, the menu and food preparation, the service --- all five-star." and "Buca in the smaller tower is a fabulous Italian restaurant which is fish and seafood dominated."

Guests very often enjoyed spa services on site, although there were also a few complaints in this department. One recent reviewer said, "The best Spa in Toronto, once in a while I will try another spa but I always come back. All the RMT's are excellent and very professional. The support staff are friendly, competent and a joy to interact with. I highly recommend the spa for a relaxing and enjoyable massage."
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The Bad
Complaints were relatively sparse and seemed quite isolated in nature overall.

Recent room complaints: beds could have been more luxurious, a stained carpet, shower leaked cold water when using the hand attachment

Occasionally guests found the rooms, parking or spa services expensive, but many guests also felt the prices were justified. For example one guest wrote, "It is obviously an expensive hotel but worth it if you want the extra luxury."

Other comments: music a little too loud in reception area, wedding music too loud and too late, loud music in dining room and bar and limited choice for late evening dining.
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TripAdvisor.com guest reviews ranked the hotel #1 of 138 Toronto hotels with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 from 1,548 reviews.

Expedia.ca guest reviews rated the hotel 4.7 out of 5  from 116 reviews.

Booking.com guest reviews rated the hotel 9.1 out of 10 from 116 reviews.

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hotels in Toronto

The average guest rating for Four Seasons Toronto at Yorkville is 9.2 out of 10 based on 2508 reviews from past guests. This average guest rating ranks Four Seasons Toronto at Yorkville at #13 out of 121 hotels in Toronto.

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60 Yorkville Avenue, Toronto, ON