Sneak Peek: Four Seasons Toronto

The Four Seasons Hotel Toronto has opened a 55-story tower with 217 guest rooms and 42 suites starting at about $550 per night. This tower and an adjacent 26-story building houses 210 whole-owned residences. Adding excitement to the new venture is the in-house Café Boulud restaurant, which offers chef Daniel Boulud’s French-American fare, plus his dbar lounge with its own menu featuring small plates and artisanal cheeses. Another attraction is the 30,000-square-foot spa with 17 treatment rooms. (+416.964.0411, www.fourseasons.com/toronto)

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