Need to know
Sixty-two rooms, including 15 suites.
Noon; earliest check-in, 3pm. However, both are flexible, subject to availability.
Double rooms from $346.24 (CA$458), excluding tax at 17 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional service charge of CA$12.00 per room per night on check-out and an additional local city tax of 1% per room per night on check-out.
Rates exclude breakfast (from CA$25).
The globetrotting and award-winning design studio of Yabu Pushelberg is behind the sleek, no-expenses-spared interior design, and there's a gallery's worth of original artwork by Canadian artists throughout the hotel.
At the hotel
Pool, spa, state-of-the-art gym, screening room, free WiFi throughout. In rooms: flatscreen TV, iPod dock, minibar, coffee and tea service, L'Occitane en Provence bath products.
Our favourite rooms
With massive private zebrawood dressing rooms and dining areas, the Hazelton and Avenue Suites are fit for a rock star. Although if you're a real entourage-brandishing superstar, the Bellaire Suite has additional lounge areas and is kitted out with glassware, cutlery and dishes for guests who have a longer stay in mind.
There’s a private lift to an eye-catching saltwater lap pool set in pretty marble and mosaic tiling. There’s no lounging poolside though, it’s all about the aqua waters.
Specialising in stress-soothing treatments all featuring the Swiss-based Valmont skin care line, the Spa at the Hazelton is a five-room sanctuary for all-out spoiling. Roll back the years with an Intensive Lift facial or recover baby-soft skin with a signature exfoliating scrub. Pampering options are very popular here, so be sure to book before you arrive.
The surrounding enclave is a shopaholics dream, so leave room in your luggage for your high-end hauls.
Smoking is not permitted anywhere in the hotel. The hotel has two Deluxe Rooms for mobility-impaired guests.
Dogs and cats are welcome for $125 each a night; owners will need to sign a pet policy. Just let the hotel know when booking. See more pet-friendly hotels in Toronto.
Somewhere so chichi isn’t ideally suited to tots, but so determined is the Hazelton to please its guests, if you do take a little one they even have child-size bathrobes; there is no extra charge for cribs.
Proving that eco and luxe can go hand-in-hand, Hazelton was one first hotels in the city to create a green roof to reduce carbon dioxide emissions and urban island heat effect. They have super-efficient recycling and low-voltage lighting in place, plus the restaurant uses organic, seasonal and locally-sourced ingredients whenever possible.