Sneak Peek: Ritz-Carlton, Toronto

The Ritz-Carlton recently opened its first property in downtown Toronto. At 53 stories, the Ritz-Carlton, Toronto features 267 guest rooms, each with floor-to-ceiling windows featuring panoramic views of the city or Lake Ontario. Rooms range from deluxe suites ($500 per night) to its 2,400-square-foot Ritz-Carlton suite ($6,000 per night). Floors 18 through 20 are designated for the Ritz-Carlton Club, which includes access to the Club Lounge, personal concierge, and complimentary food and beverage. The Ritz-Carlton Spa provides signature treatments such as the Cloud 9 massage, which utilizes locally grown ground flowers and herbs. The hotel restaurant, Toca, serves a menu of homegrown, naturally raised, and sustainable ingredients. (416.585.2500, www.ritzcarlton.com)

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