The Park Hyatt Toronto has officially reopened following a restoration of its interiors. The hotel offers 219 rooms, including 40 suites, featuring a refreshed contemporary design, modern materials, soothing color schemes and nods Canadian heritage, art deco and literature.
Designer Alessandro Munge of Studio Munge has redesigned the Park Hyatt Toronto, drawing inspiration from Canada’s seasons and natural landscapes.
The hotel’s permanent art collection, which highlights pieces from renowned Canadian and indigenous artist, includes new public art sculpture ‘Rendezvous’ by Canadian artist An Te Liu and large-scale tapestry in the lobby ‘Dead Ringers’ by Canadian artist Shannon Bool.
Food and beverage offerings include Joni, a new casual bistro-style restaurant inspired by Toronto’s arts and culture scene, features contemporary cooking techniques, with breakfast, lunch, cocktail and dinner service. The hotel’s existing 17th floor rooftop cocktail bar has been renamed Writers Room, paying homage to the literary icons who have frequented the hotel in the past.
Meanwhile, the hotel promises a spa and wellness center will open “at a later date” and include personalized treatments.
The Park Hyatt Toronto opening is one of more than 200 properties that are part of Hyatt’s strategy to grow its Americas brand portfolio by 33 percent by 2022. The new hotel will join 15 other properties under Hyatt brands currently operating in Canada.