Trump International Hotel Toronto unveils new accommodations

To respond to the demand for residential-style hotel accommodations, Trump International Hotel & Tower Toronto unveiled the “Sky Suite” and the “Wellness Suite”. Offering views of the city from the cornerstones of the financial district, these two suite accommodations offer one- and two-bedroom plans.

Taking its name from its location, the “Sky Suite” spans over 2,300 square feet. This two bedroom/two and a half bath suite has muted natural tones; a mix of transitional furnishings punctuating the contrasts of metal, woods and pops of color; and champagne and caviar décor scheme throughout the living and dining room areas separated by double French doors. The clean lines of the white kitchen are accented with warm, tumbled stone shades, stainless steel Miele appliances and an eat-in dining area. The space also boasts floor-to-ceiling windows that flood this suite with natural light and a bird’s eye view of the lake. Both the master bedroom and guest bedroom’s décor continue the design theme of a neutral palette from the common areas. The five-piece master bath has a deep sculpted freestanding tub, separate shower and rainfall shower head, dual vanity sinks, and stone topped vanities.

Meanwhile, the “Wellness Suite” offers 1,350 square feet of space; and its own workout room complete with a Technogym stationary bicycle, free standing weights and yoga mats. The suite also boasts a fully equipped Miele kitchen, master bedroom with king size bed, in-suite laundry and guest powder room that complement each other in a natural color scheme and modern traditional design. Guests will have access to Trump Hotel Collection’s signature Trump Wellness program.

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Trump International Hotel & Tower Toronto is a 65-story tower, with 261 rooms and suites with floor-to-ceiling windows offering views of Toronto’s skyline, stone-accented bathrooms, in-mirror bathroom TVs and Nespresso coffee machines. Dining venues include: America Restaurant and The Calvin Bar. There is a two-level, 15,000-square-foot Purebeauty Salon & Spa. Other amenities include: a fitness center and a 65-foot heated indoor saltwater lap pool and whirlpool. 

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