Soho Metropolitan Toronto
At a Glance
Trendy urban hotel close to the restaurants and shopping of downtown Toronto
All suite accommodation ideal for couples
Wonderful lobby cafe offering delectable sweet treats
Swimming pool and extensive gym complete with personal trainer
Senses Restaurant perfect for fine dining before heading out in the evening
To start planning your vacation to Soho Metropolitan Toronto
Stay at the Soho Metropolitan Toronto and you will be in good company. With a hip young vibe, this is the cool place to be seen in downtown Toronto. From the sleek lobby through to the Senses bar and restaurant or decadent Senses café with it’s gourmet treats, the hotel oozes contemporary chic.
Upstairs, the guest rooms offer exquisite furnishings and state of the art technology ideal for the urban couple about town. For down time there’s a lap pool and gym as well as a spa and beauty salon which although is open to the public, offers guests at the hotel their own private entrance.
If guests wish to head to their favorite restaurant or shopping street, the hotel’s car will be happy to transport to a downtown destination at guests leisure. All part of the service at this slick hotel.
From dining at the chef’s table to a personal training session in the gym, this hotel offers the ultimate urban hotel experience
72 Luxury Guestrooms, 18 Executive Suites and 3 Storey Penthouse. Each room offers larble clad bathrooms, dressing area, Molton Brown amenities, remote control lighting and draperies, high speed internet access, mini bars and floor to ceiling windows. Nightly turndown service
Children are accepted however there are no facilities
Senses bar and restaurant, café, indoor lap pool, Salon Daniel and Spa, gym, business center, WiFi throughout (additional charge in rooms)
Room service available, concierge, complimentary sedan service to downtown, personal trainer on site
Location & Directions
On the corner of Wellington and Blue Jays Way near Clarence Square, in downtown Toronto, in the theater and entertainment district.
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.