St. Regis crest logo.

Explore Toronto, Canada, by Foot


Ideally situated near the epicentre of business and culture, The St. Regis Toronto hotel is within close walking distance of preeminent entertainment like the Distillery District, shopping at Saks Fifth Avenue and Hudson's Bay Company, museums and internationally recognized attractions such as the CN Tower, Hockey Hall of Fame, Nathan Phillips Square and the Theatre District.

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Iridium Spa treatment room with massage bed.

The Spa at The St. Regis Toronto

Merging timeless design with elegantly crafted private spaces, our luxury hotel spa offers thoughtful, custom treatments for your personal wellness. Overlooking downtown Toronto, The Spa features a full menu, from massage to body wraps, facials and more.

Fitness centre with city view.

Fitness Centre

Our gym features an extensive selection of state-of-the-art fitness equipment.

Indoor heated pool with lounge chairs.


Heated Indoor Pool

Mon-Sun: 6:00 AM-10:00 PM


Towels provided



32nd floor

Spa & Fitness

Unwind at The Spa at The St. Regis Toronto, our 31st floor sanctuary in the sky where every moment is crafted to dazzle the senses and celebrate the mind, body and soul. Away from the hectic life below, the 15,000 square-foot urban oasis invites guests to renew and recharge with ultra-luxurious amenities, fitness centre and infinity-edge salt water lap pool overlooking the glittering city skyline.

Iridium spa boutique area and reception.

The Spa at The St. Regis Toronto offers a bespoke approach to wellness and rejuvenation, treating you to an urban oasis unlike any other. Framed by spectacular views of Toronto, a day at our hotel spa begins with curated, attentive services from our St. Regis Spa Butlers, who greet you and anticipate your every desire.

Iridium Spa steam room with bench seating.

Our indulgent spa menu dazzles the senses and celebrates you mind, body and spirit through massages, facials, body wraps and more. Relax even further at our infinity-edge, saltwater lap pool on the hotel's 32nd floor or in our detoxifying, infrared cedar saunas.

Iridium spa lounge area with city view.

End your day downtown in the serene atmosphere of our spa lounge, offering complimentary water, tea and refreshments. Kindly note that we are following the latest health and safety regulations from the city of Toronto and therefore certain services and amenities have been adjusted or offer limited access.

Fitness centre with machines and free weights.

Take a Virtual Tour

You can virtually explore our exquisite hotel and experience full 360 degree and 3D of our rooms/suites, restaurant, lounge, spa & fitness and meeting rooms.

Toronto city sign and public fountain.

Nathan Phillips Square

Located in the heart of the City and just two blocks from The St. Regis Toronto, no trip to Toronto is complete without a photo with the ‘TORONTO’ sign at Nathan Phillips Square. Every year, over 1.5 million visitors attend a variety of community and special events hosted at the Square, such as the Cavalcade of Lights, New Year’s Celebrations, Remembrance Day Celebrations, concerts and more.

Downtown shopping stores and traffic lights.

Toronto Eaton Centre

Just two blocks away from The St. Regis Toronto, the CF Toronto Eaton Centre is the city’s most famous retail destination, featuring more than 250 shops. CF Toronto Eaton Centre attracts almost 50 million visitors annually and ranks as one of North America’s best performing centres. CF Toronto Eaton Centre is the first Canadian shopping centre to feature both a Nordstrom and a Saks Fifth Avenue.

Toronto waterside pier.

Toronto Waterfront

Enjoy the best of Toronto's waterfront year-round with kayaking, stand-up paddle-boarding, cycling, jogging and ice-skating. The waterfront features many parks including HTO Park and Toronto Musical Garden and The Harbourfront Centre, a hub of cultural activities, innovative arts and performances.

Suite view from high floor.

The Distillery District

Toronto’s newest centre for arts, culture, food and entertainment. This national historic site includes 44 heritage buildings and numerous brick-lined courtyards. Explore the district’s many restaurants, art galleries, artisan boutiques, specialty retail stores and famed Christmas Market.

Royal ontario museum exterior of entrance.

Royal Ontario Museum

No trip to Toronto is complete without a visit to the Royal Ontario Museum — Canada’s largest museum showcasing art, culture, and nature from around the globe and across the ages. The ROM is home to a world-class collection of 13 million artworks, cultural objects and natural history specimens, featured in 40 gallery and exhibition spaces. Explore special exhibitions, as well as the Museum’s assorted collection.

Scotiabank Arena is a multi-purpose arena (formerly Air Canada Centre) and recognized as Canada's premier sports and entertainment venue.

September 10 to 20, 2020. The Toronto International Film Festival is the world’s largest public film festival, screening more than 300 films from around the world in venues across the city. Visit our home at TIFF Bell Lightbox to get into the Festival spirit year-round.

This downtown stadium is the home of major live concerts and events throughout the year.

In the centre of historic Old Town Toronto, close to the hub of today’s downtown sits the St. Lawrence Market Complex – three buildings that have served as Toronto’s social centre, City Hall and marketplace throughout the City’s history. Explore the south market building with its restaurants, artisans and specialty food vendors offering visitors the unique and lively atmosphere of an authentic farmers market; the Market Galley with changing exhibits dedicated to Toronto’s art, culture and history; and the Market Kitchen with cooking classes for all ages and abilities. In the north market building you’ll find the farmers’ market where farmers arrive every Saturday at dawn to sell their meat, cheese and produce, just as they have been for more than 200 years. 

Fully accessible and conveniently located in downtown Toronto, one of Canada’s greatest cities to visit, the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) is one of the most important art museums in North America. The AGO Collection features more than 100,000 great works of art, from cutting-edge contemporary to classic European masterpieces. View iconic paintings by the well-known Group of Seven as well as amazing art by established and emerging Indigenous, Inuit and Métis artists, sculptures, photographs, prints & drawings and so much more are on display in a beautiful building that itself is a work of art, with design details created by world-renowned architect Frank Gehry.

The world’s one and only! Experience the game that defines Canada and a sport that has been adopted by over seventy countries. Spread across 65,000 square feet, the Hall of Fame offers something for everyone: the finest collection of hockey artifacts at all levels of play from around the world; simulation games that challenge shooting, goalkeeping and broadcasting skills; themed exhibits dedicated to the game’s greatest players, teams and achievements; theatres; a replica dressing room; an unrivalled selection of hockey-related merchandise and memorabilia within our gift store.

Immerse yourself in a world of 20,000 aquatic animals and discover your own underwater adventure in the heart of downtown Toronto. Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada features North America’s longest underwater viewing tunnel with more than 5.7 million litres of water and over 100 interactive opportunities. Get up close and personal with several touch exhibits and soak in a live dive show daily. This awe-inspiring attraction consists of nine carefully curated galleries showcasing a cross section of saltwater and freshwater environments from around the world; starting with species from Toronto’s backyard, the Great Lakes basin.