Hazelton Hotel Toronto
At a Glance
Located in the heart of Yorkville, close to restaurants and bars
Toronto's art galleries are only a few blocks away and downtown Toronto is only 5-10 minutes by underground train
Modern and contemporary hotel with Asian twists. Ideal for families with interconnecting rooms
Small basement swimming pool and wonderful little spa
ONE Restaurant with renowned Executive Chef Mark McEwan is the place to be!
To start planning your vacation to Hazelton Hotel Toronto
For those who would like to be away from downtown Toronto, the Hazelton offers the perfect solution. Still only 5 subway stops away from the CN Tower, the hotel is located close to museums and popular bars, so ideal for those who want to experience the locals nightlife.
The hotel is home to local celebrity chef Mark MCEwan’s “One” restaurant which is a must try during any stay. There is a welcoming lobby lounge as well and a cosy bar which is popular with guests and locals alike. The hotel offers a superb underground spa and pool which is ideal for a quick dip after a day in the city.
The rooms offer an indulgent escape with most featuring opening French doors onto private balconies. Families are also well catered for with suites ideal for traveling with smaller children or inter-leading rooms for older families.
The Hazelton is a great alternative to the usual downtown hotel and an opportunity to see a different part of this vibrant city.
62 guest rooms and 15 suites each with a touch of Hollywood glitter. All rooms and suites are large with many offering exterior French doors out to private balconies. Each features a dressing area, black granite bathroom with tubs and rainfall showers, L’Occitane products, plasma TV’s and WiFi
Children are welcome and the hotel offers inter-leading rooms and suites to accommodate them
Lobby lounge, indoor pool, Hazelton health club and spa, “One “ restaurant, private screening room
Room service and concierge available
Location & Directions
Hazelton House is located on Yorkville Avenue, in the Museum District of Toronto, north of the city's financial and entertainment districts and around 30 minutes walk from downtown.
When to go
Toronto enjoys a full experience of all four seasons, any of which are great to visit. Toronto is truly sublime in the fall. The climate is brisk but temperate, the skies are sunny, the city parks are a riot of color, and the cultural scene is in full swing. Another great time to see the city -- if you don't mind a dusting of snow -- is December, with its vacation festivities. Spring and summer, the city's many gardens are blooming and the calendar is full of festivals. However, in January the temperature can be unbearably cold, and there's less to do.