This soaring, 46-story skyscraper was completed in 2014, the first purpose-built high-rise hotel to join Toronto’s skyline in decades—until Hotel X stole this distinction in 2018. Although the brand may be American, Delta’s new hotel celebrates all things Canada. The art, for example, is 100 percent Canuck: Pieces by Aleksandra Rdest, Jennifer McGregor, Hyun Chul Kim, and Teresa Aversa grace the walls. The public spaces local touches as well. A colorful Toronto mural spans the length of the equally vibrant lobby. Even the event rooms are named after Toronto neighborhoods. Fresh, modern rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows are spacious, clean, and bright. Those who love to luxuriate in bubble baths will appreciate the corner units with deep soaker tubs that overlook the lake below.
Delta Hotels by Marriott Toronto
755 Lower Simcoe Street , Toronto
Our Rating Neighborhood Downtown West Transportation Parking $45. Subway: Union. Phone 416/849-1200 Prices $220–$290 double Units 459 Amenities Restaurant; bar; hot tub; pool; room service; free Wi-Fi. Web site Delta Hotels by Marriott Toronto
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