Located in the heart of Toronto is Shangri-La, a luxury hotel based on the legendary land featured in James Hilton‘s 1933 novel, Lost Horizon. The 202 spacious guest rooms are among the largest in Canada, starting at 490 square feet. Incorporated work areas and bedrooms are designed to enhance the sleep experience with generous bathrooms fitted in an Asian-inspired decor. Furniture, finishings and amenities are residential in feel and function.
The ultimate in luxury, Shangri-La Suite, located on the 17th floor, offers Shangri-La Hotel, Toronto’s most impressive accommodation. Open and airy, it makes use of distinct Asian furnishings, Japanese lattice screens, oak wood moulding and pewter marble.
A dark and dramatic suite with wood panelling, a library-like entrance and open living area.
Modern marble bathroom with separate glass-enclosed shower, deep soaking tub and heated floors.
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So stylish, and the use of so much wood in the design, just adds such a rarefied air of elegance and comfort, now doesn’t it? Stunning hotel!