The Gladstone Hotel, Toronto

The Gladstone Hotel in Toronto is literally the most innovative and amazing accommodation facility in Toronto. Located on Queen Street West, the exterior side of the location is rather old fashioned, but designed with taste and sense of style. Regarding the interior décor, every customer will certainly be dazzled by the amenities. With a history of 100 years old, the hotel is indeed remarkable because of its ideas of putting a bit of art in every private space for customers to appreciate.

First of all, what makes the Gladstone so unique is the fact that each of the 37 rooms is decorated in a different style, by a different designer. Dignifying Toronto, as well as worldwide visual arts, each room within the hotel has a different meaning. The teen Queen Room for instance, is perfect for young Read more...

Cambridge Suites Hotel

Positioned in the middle of the financial capital of Canada, Toronto, the 4 star Cambridge Suites Hotel embodies modernity and style to make every customer feel welcomed. The lodge is 100% smoke free with friendly staff and fewer rooms, to create that intimate and peaceful vibe for its clientele.  Apart from the rest of Toronto’s hotels, the Cambridge is more personal to make its customers feel safe and protected from the noisy outer world. Suitable for private clientele who needs to be alone and peaceful, the place is simply ideal.

Just 30 minutes away from the airport, the Cambridge is chic and luxurious, decorated in contemporary style and ultimately appropriate for any type of voyager. The rooms come in different categories. From executive suites to cityscape suites, from a gorgeous ambassador penthouse to Read more...

The Strathcona Hotel

Located in the central quarter of Toronto, in the heart of the city’s Financial District, Strathcona Hotel is an excellent choice when it comes to comfortable accommodation.  Recently renovated and highly luxurious, the lodge has various room options to undertake. From the romantic deluxe suites to the high-tech executive rooms, travelers will surely find the ones according to their needs and wants. The place has everything to make business travelers enjoy the quiet and just relax for a few days, while for leisure tourists Toronto will definitely take good care of its visitors.

Equipped with all the necessary amenities like wireless internet, mini bars, 24/7room-service and flat screen TVs among many others,  at The Strathcona Hotel customers will have an amazing vacation, regardless of the reason of their trip. Apart from the lively and comfortable Read more...

Sorrento Ristorante

1Sorrento Ristorante is an Italian specialized bistro in Toronto Canada, situated on Yonge Street and opened for the first time in October 2008. Featuring an exquisite Neapolitan cuisine, an amazing chef and a relaxing and comfortable ambiance, Sorrento Ristorante will surely manage to electrify its clientele. Situated right next to Lawrence Park, Sorrento is accessible, exciting and ultimately great to spend a recreational mealtime.

The restaurant’s specialties includes pizza, various sorts of pasta, Italian breads, salads and delicious deserts, while Chef Luigi Spasiano dedicates his entire time to making customers feel as welcomed as possible. His expertise in Italian cooking started in Naples and continues today in Toronto. Furthermore, his entire staff is Italian, all the food is original, fresh and his entire menu is simply mesmerizing. Some of Read more...

Woofstock – Toronto Canada

Located in the historic neighborhood of St. Lawrence Market, Woofstock is the greatest animal festival in the entire North America. Starting on the 12th of June and ending on the 13th, the event is a dog celebration where admission is totally free.

Woofstock begins at 10:00am and starts with the presentation of various breeds of dogs. From the cutest to the dangerous ones, from the most stylish canines to the most outrageous, the event is indeed one of Canada’s most entertaining festivities of the year. Recognized as “the summer of canine love”, Woofstock gathers annually more than 300,000 dog lovers and their best friend, to come and show off their abilities, skills and looks.

The event features various contests where some of the most beautiful dogs in North America will have the opportunity to be noticed. The Read more...

The Toronto Wine and Spirit Festival

Located at the famous Distillery District in Toronto, the Wine and Spirit Festival features a celebration that has succeeded to make people curious to experience and try out some of the most unique and fascinating wine flavors from all over the world. Recently opened again, the event starts this year on the 17th of June and ends on the 19th. Sip from the most expensive wines, sense the flavor of some of the strongest spirits ever made, and pay a visit to the Toronto Wine and Spirit Festival to undertake some real excitement.

Hence, The Toronto Wine and Spirit Festival is also a gala for connoisseurs who know what there are talking about. Tasting the genuine Fermenting Cellar of the past Gooderham and Worts distillery is the perfect place to start, while various seminars that talk about the history of wine and spirits are simply staggering and Read more...

Amuse-Bouche

Amuse-Bouche Restaurant is the dream of two enterprising cheffs – Parisian born Bertrand Alèpèe and Barbadian born Jason Inniss. These two culinary geniuses had a vision of haute cuisine; a vision that was as ambitious as it was unconventional. Combining their passion for cooking along with their experience in the kitchens of Centro and The Fifth they finally opened this restaurant in June 2005.

The food served at Amuse Bouche seems to be the culmination of their traditional French training and yet the dishes are unique enough to highlight their own differing styles. Their gamble paid off and Amuse Bouche has managed to hold the attention of customers as well as critics and the restaurant found its way into Toronto.com’s list of Top Ten Restaurants of 2005, Toronto Life’s pick of Top 20 Restaurants in Toronto.

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Canon Theatre, Toronto Canada

Created in 1920 under the name of Pantages Theatre, and designed by architect Thomas W. Lamb, the Canon Theatre in Toronto features today one of the most appealing and attractive entertainment places of the entire Canada. Get ready for the most engaging shows, witness some real Canadian, as well as international talents and spend a cultural evening within the spectacular playhouse.

Located in Ontario, on Victoria Street, the theatre was renamed in 2001, the Canon, after the Clear Channel made a promise, in public, that Canon Canada Inc. will protect and maintain the theater alive and running. Thus, in honor of the corporation, Pantages was named the Canon. Further on, in 2008 the amazing theatre was bought by Key Brand Entertainment Ltd., a company owned by John Gore, a film and British producer.  Having more Read more...

Cosmopolitan Toronto Centre Hotel and Spa

The Cosmopolitan Centre Hotel and Spa is situated in the middle of Toronto’s Financial Districts and shopping centers, a location where everyone will find multiple stores and amenities to take advantage of.  The facility feature pure luxury, comfort and hospitality, suitable for every type of guest.

Designed by specialist Sylvia Noble throughout the interior, the place dignifies a warm and intimate touch, where the joy of the Canadian staff and the lively atmosphere will make every customer contended.

The rooms of the hotel are spacious, welcoming and luxurious, equipped with top class amenities like flat screens, mini bars, room service, air purifiers and dryers in order to make the stay of every guest as soothing as possible.  The design of the condos is modern and Read more...

The Rosewater Supper Club

Located conveniently to the theater district, the Rosewater Supper Club offers a fine selection of foods and a nice atmosphere, not to mention an excellent wine list and menu of cocktails for you to enjoy. If you’re attending a play or musical, then this restaurant is a nice starting point. Dinner is served from 5:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. daily, and the restaurant provides rooms for banquets and parties as well.

The food is good and is a mix of select classics, all created by Dean Guerreiro, the Executive Chef. Treat yourself to first course menu selections such as roasted baby beets with goat cheese crème fraiche sprinkled with toasted walnuts or try the smoked salmon with fennel salad and mustard dressing. On the other hand, you might be in the mood for the restaurant’s heirloom tomatoes served with sweet pepper s and buffalo mozzarella. If you Read more...