Shangri-La Suite - Shangri-La Hotel, Toronto

Toronto, Ontario

Asian Opulence Meets Canadian Cosmopolitian

The Shangri-La Suite is the most opulent and unique suite in Toronto. Located in Shangri-La Hotel, Toronto's 66-story landmark building in the bustling city Center, guests love the distinct Asian furnishings, Japanese lattice screens, oak wood molding and pewter marble. Space is no issue as the suite offers 2 bedrooms, an elegantly appointed living room and a spacious dining room. Exercise on the provided spin bike located in the luxurious walk-in closet or enjoy the pantry with a private butler’s entrance. Step onto the secluded balcony where guests can take in the premier views of University Avenue overlooking the heart of downtown Toronto. Should guests ever wish to leave the suite, our house car is waiting to whisk you away to see Canada’s largest metropolis. 


Suite Talk Q&A

  1. What is a typical day in the life of a suite? After one guest checks-out, our senior Room Attendant, Lany, will spend 2-3 hours cleaning the suite from head-to-toe. As the room has more marble than any other in the Hotel, the floors are monitored and buffed to maintain their luster. Crystal chandeliers and porcelain vases throughout the suite are carefully attended to–as well as the plush living room area rug. The beds are made with 800 thread count linens which are exclusive to our top suites and among the most luxurious in the city, as are the Acqua di Parma bathroom amenities. 
  2. Is there a famous name, a particular street or monument that you most identify with? What inspired your style? As the Suite has the Hotel’s premier view of University Avenue, northwards to Queen’s Park it is of course where we identify ourselves. The style is inspired by our brand’s unique Asian heritage, as well as the vibrant and cosmopolitan city of Toronto. A proud Canadian!
  3. What sets you apart from other suites in this city? It’s all in the details–distinct Asian furnishings, Japanese lattice screens, oak wood molding and pewter marble. The suite is filled with unique art pieces and artifacts. Vases with calligraphy by Shanghai artist Wang Xu Yuan lie on the shelves, accompanied by antique jade sculptures donated by a member of our ownership
    team–everywhere you look there is something interesting and unique. The Moon Gate leading into the Master Bedroom is one of the most distinct features. A Moon Gate is a traditional Chinese architectural element that can have many different spiritual meanings.

  4. Who was your all-time favorite guest? Wouldn’t you like to know?

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