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Sparkling Toronto at its best

If it seems like the worldly Thompson Toronto has multiple personalities—that’s entirely by design.

Much like its host city—the most culturally diverse epicenter on the planet (a stunning 140 languages are spoken here)—the multifaceted hotel offers up many distinctly different and yet cohesive experiences throughout the day and night, to suit any mood.

Start your day with a sun drenched morning at the Colette Grand—the aroma of freshly baked croissants and espresso filling the air—is reminiscent of a bustling Parisian bistro. Once you’re finished with breakfast, explore the city and take a stroll in the surrounding Central King West area, one of the most creative address in town.

At night, take in the 360-degree views of the Toronto city skyline and Lake Ontario set against a pale pink and apricot streaked sunset—add an infinity pool that’s exclusive to guests by day (yes, it’s open year round)—and all you need is a cocktail from the rooftop lounge and you’re set. Hungry at 2am? Perhaps a succulent burger will hit the spot? Try the Thompson diner, open 24/7 for that late night, or shall we say, early morning, fortifying meal.

After dinner, order a cocktail at the Thompson Toronto Rooftop bar with stunning views of the skyline, then retreat to your room designed by New York’s Studio Gaia, all of which have dark hardwood floors, contemporary furnishings, and an open, airy atmosphere.

All of this and more unfolds within the sleek and stylish environment designed to make you feel relaxed within its walls and energized when you leave, eager to take on all this great, humming city has to offer.

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