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Welcome to The St. Regis Toronto

Experience a new era of glamour at our Toronto luxury hotel

Trendsetting and boundary-breaking, The St. Regis Toronto marks its Canadian debut at the city’s most coveted address in the heart of downtown. Soaring 65-stories above Canada’s international enclave for business and culture, The St. Regis Toronto hotel offers a remarkably central location, steps from Toronto’s most preeminent downtown landmarks including the CN Tower, Scotiabank Arena, Rogers Centre, Toronto International Film Festival and the city’s premier shopping, theatre and entertainment. Modern elegance and bespoke butler service unite amongst 258 of the city’s largest luxury hotel guestrooms and suites, defining the new standard for luxury in Canada.

Rooms & Suites

Live Exquisite

The Caroline Astor and John Jacob Astor suites are located on the 30th floor of the hotel showcasing 1,675 and 2,035 square feet of stunning space including a kitchen, living and dining room, 2 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms.

John Jacob Astor Suite master bedroom with city view.

Canada's Largest Collection of Luxury Suites

Balancing elegant sophistication and sleek modern style our 124 luxury suites capture a distinct sense of place. Each residential-style suite embodies the language of the downtown core - modern forms with a stoic and elegant expression. Every detail has been executed with impeccable craftsmanship.

Two-Bedroom Deluxe Suite with city view.
Dining
LOUIX LOUIS Grand Bar and Restaurant
Grand bar lounge seating and bar counter.

A mystical and alluring place to enjoy forgotten classics and rediscover the lost charm of conversation, LOUIX LOUIS soars 31 floors above the Toronto skyline.

Grand Bar balcony seating and cocktail tables.

At the heart of the restaurant is the glamorous two-storey high grand bar showcasing over 500 dark spirits.

Astor Lounge

Located on the hotel’s lobby level, Astor Lounge welcomes guests with modern elegance and a relaxed atmosphere, where contemporary jazz music enchants and a daily champagne sabering ritual recalls the hotel’s esteemed heritage.

Astor Lounge white couch and fireplace.
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The Heart of the City

Located in the heart of the city’s cultural corridor, The St. Regis Toronto is perfectly situated as the city’s finest address. As Canada’s newest luxury hotel and the country’s first St. Regis hotel, the property provides the finest features and amenities for business and leisure travelers with direct access to all of downtown Toronto’s noteworthy points of interest.

St. Regis suite city view.

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Our Location

Getting Here

The St. Regis Toronto

325 Bay Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5H 4G3

Tel: +1 416-306-5800
Distance from Property: 26 KM
Phone Number: +1 416-2477678
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Distance from Property: 3 KM
Phone Number: +1 416-2036942
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Nearby

Bus Station

Dixie Mall Bus Terminal Platform B

Subway Station

Osgoode

Train Station

Union Station
Lobby desk and reception area.

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St. Regis Signature Rituals

Signature Rituals are an integral part of the St. Regis brand and are at the heart of an exquisite stay. The Astors, The St. Regis founding family, practiced these glittering traditions for centuries and, through time, have defined the hotel collection since its founding by John Jacob Astor IV in 1904. Today, each hotel in our portfolio celebrates three daily rituals — the Bloody Mary Ritual, the Evening Ritual and the Afternoon Tea Ritual — each a modern articulation of timeless tradition and an opportunity to invite guests to experience our enduring legacy.

The Evening Ritual

Champagne sabering dates back to the 1700s when Napoléon Bonaparte and his cavalry of men would win wars and to celebrate, they would saber bottles of champagne. Our founding family The Astors often did this as a way to welcome the evening and to bid farewell to the working day back in the late 1800s. Today, we celebrate this ceremonious ritual daily at 6:00 pm in Astor Lounge, lobby-level.

Champagne sabering by hotel staff.

Napoléon and his men would be on horses so it would be difficult for them to unwrap and unscrew a bottle and hence they would grab a saber and chop off the top of the bottle. He once proclaimed of champagne, “In victory one deserves it, and in defeat, one needs it.”

Today, champagne sabrage takes place each sunset at various St. Regis hotels around the world. The St. Regis Toronto hosts this signature ritual at 6:00 pm in Astor Lounge seven days a week, located lobby-level, to bid farewell to the working day and welcome the evening. Guests can enjoy a distinct moment of anticipation before the bottle is opened with a dramatic pop, accompanied by the festive cheer.

The Original Bloody Mary

Invented by famed barman Fernand Petiot at The St. Regis New York in 1934, the Bloody Mary remains the signature cocktail of St. Regis. Once rechristened the "Red Snapper” as the name Bloody Mary was deemed unrefined for the hotel's elegant clientele, today, each St. Regis address crafts its own local interpretation of the libation to pay homage to Petiot's original recipe.

Louix Louis bar liquor display.

Our version of the classic Bloody Mary, named the 'Rouge 140', is available at LOUIX LOUIS grand bar and restaurant, located on the 31st floor of The St. Regis Toronto. The Rouge 140 pays tribute to Toronto, the “most multicultural” city in the world. There are people from more than 200 cultures, and more than 140 languages spoken around Toronto.

Each culture has its own flavours in the culinary world but they are all bound together through the tomato, which is indubitably one of the most important vegetables in Ontario. A multitude of flavours from these various cultures are represented in our version of the Bloody Mary as we look to honour the people who live here.

The Art of Afternoon Tea

Afternoon Tea became a favourite pastime of many luminaries, including ‘The’ Mrs. Caroline Astor, who adopted the tradition at The St. Regis New York in the early 1900s. For her, afternoon tea was a joyful occasion and an opportunity to host gatherings with close friends as a prelude to her grand galas. Today, Afternoon Tea is available each Saturday and Sunday from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm in Astor Lounge, lobby-level.

Lady drinking tea with champagne and snacks.

Indulge in our timeless Afternoon Tea ceremony, a Signature Ritual of the St. Regis brand, offered on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM in Astor Lounge, located lobby level.

The tradition of afternoon tea is said to have been introduced in the mid-1800s by the Duchess of Bedford of Great Britain, who enjoyed gathering friends over a cup of tea and a slice of bread and butter to stave off hunger between lunch and dinner. These occasions became a favourite pastime of many luminaries, including ‘The’ Mrs. Caroline Astor - the mother of the founder of The St. Regis and grand dame of New York high society during the Gilded Age – who transformed the occasion into an exclusive private social gathering for the city’s elite. Today, Time for Tea remains a quintessential St. Regis tradition and we are proud to work with Toronto-based Sloane Fine Tea Merchants who has curated an impeccable selection of fine teas including a bespoke blend made for The St. Regis Toronto, named Midnight Blossom.

Inspired by Mrs. Astor, Midnight Blossom pays tribute to her iconic galas where only a handful of her 400 notable guests would be invited to join her afterwards for a highly coveted dinner at midnight, known as the Midnight Supper. Made exclusively for The St. Regis Toronto, Midnight Blossom captures at once the actual flowers used around her residence, the exotic woods of the ballroom, the potted palms and apple blossoms that lined the hallways, and the light crisp essence of champagne wafting through the crowds.

Property Details

Restaurant

Spa

Fitness Center

Indoor Pool

Hot Tub

Turndown Service

Meeting Space

Dry Cleaning Service

Kitchen

Room Service

Wake up Calls

Kitchenette

Service Request

Check-in: 3:00 pm

Check-out: 12:00 pm

Smoke Free Property

Pet Policy

Pets Allowed.

Maximum pet weight: 12kgs

Parking Valet

Daily: 60

Electric Car Charging Station
Policies and Payments

Accepts: Credit Cards

Services

Babysitting

Concierge desk service

Property has elevators

Languages spoken by staff:
English,French

For more information about the physical features of our accessible rooms, common areas or special services relating to a specific disability please call +1 416-306-5800

Accessible Hotel Features

Property has elevators

Service Animals are Welcome

Accessible Areas with Accessible Routes from Public Entrance

Accessible Entrance to On-Site Pool

Entrance to On-Site Business Center is Accessible

Entrance to On-Site Fitness Center is Accessible

Entrance to On-Site Spa is Accessible

Main Entrance is Accessible

Meeting Spaces are Accessible

On-Site Restaurants are Accessible

Guest Room Accessibility

Adjustable Height Hand-Held Shower Wand

Alarm Clock Telephone Ringers

Bathtub Grab Rails

Bathtub Seat

Close Caption TV

Flashing Door Knockers

Guests in mobility-accessible rooms may inquire about lowering the bed height.

Hearing Accessible Rooms and/or Kits

Lever Handles on Guest Room Doors

Lowered Deadbolts on Guest Room Doors

Lowered Electrical Outlets

Lowered Night Guards on Guest Room Doors

Lowered Viewports in Guest Room Doors

Mobility accessible rooms

Non-slip Grab Rails in the Bathroom

Roll-in Shower

TTY/TTD Compatible

Toilet Seat at Wheelchair Height - Toilet for Disabled

Certifications

Green Key Eco-Rating Program Certified

The Green Key Certified

Environmental Practices

Electric car charging