Millennial glitterati (aka influencers) flock to Bisha, which has become a nightlife hotspot with its two buzzy restaurants and glam bar, all located under its infinity pool–decked roof. According to design firm Studio Munge, the hotel aesthetic they created “celebrates the animals of the night that we are.” Minimalism has been chucked to the curb; instead, Bisha embraces lavish maximalism: velvet walls, exotic marble, leather details, polished brass, and crown emblems aplenty, reminding visitors that this is a hotel tailored for modern royalty. The Gothic lobby, swathed in dark, reflective hues, has the feel of a very modish vampire queen’s lair, and that nocturnal-bacchanalia motif is carried into the room decor. Stylish suites come with cloudlike beds swaddled in Frette linens. But this is not a hotel that invites guests to rest and recharge; it's a starting point for opulent adventures. Bathrooms are decorated to match the over-the-top theme with more marble, egg-shaped bathtubs, and heated floors. Luxe touches include toiletries by Stockholm’s Byredo, minibars stocked with Veuve and CXBO chocolates, and a turndown service that delivers scrumptious rose-shaped Squish candies to make your dreams just a touch sweeter. Service is nightclub casual: No one holds the door for you, and that’s worth noting since the double-height doors are a bear to push open with your suitcase in tow.
Subway: St. Andrew, then streetcar 504 W to Blue Jays Way.Phone 416/551-2800 Prices $330–$370 double Amenities 2 restaurants; 1 bar; outdoor pool; concierge; steam room; gym; room service; free Wi-Fi; pets permitted. Units 96 Web site Bisha Hotel Toronto
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