Located in the heart of the financial district of Toronto, the Le Meridien King Edward Hotel is near the Hockey Hall of Fame, Harbourfront Centre and Toronto Theatre District.
This four-star property, designed by Chicago architect Henry Ives Cobb and Toronto architect E.J. Lennox, comprises several conference rooms, ballrooms, fitness club and spa center.
All 298 spacious guest rooms and suites are equipped with 42" plasma cable television, iPod docking station, telephone and wireless internet access.
The property includes first-class restaurant and elegant bar and offers in-room service.
Toronto Union Railway Station is only 500m away.
Number of floors: 16.
Number of rooms: 298.
The hotel accommodations feature old-world charm and elegance combined with modern amenities, including iPod docking station, plasma cable TV, cribs, large bathroom with separate bath and shower, hair dryer, bathrobes and slippers, work desk with telephone, voicemail, full mini-bar, full-length mirror, wake-up service and alarm clock.
Victoria's restaurant offers to savor intimate afternoon tea and traditional regional specialties in contemporary atmosphere.
The Consort Bar with relaxed ambience provides signature cocktails and selection of light meals.
All visitors are offered a full breakfast for a fee.
There are 19 spacious meeting rooms and elegant ballrooms that can seat from 10 to 500 people and provide contemporary audio-visual equipment, professional secretarial assistance and high speed internet access.
The on-site spa center offers an array of calm and tension-relieving massages, basic and exotic facials, make-up, waxing, skincare, body and nail treatments. Fitness center comprises treadmill and strength-training exercises.
The hotel also includes valet service, beauty salon, free newspapers, wheelchair access, safe deposit boxes at front desk, luggage storage, concierge service, multilingual staff, babysitting, laundry, floral service and currency exchange.
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