The St. Regis Toronto

Toronto, Canada

The hotel

This luxury pad could draw in the crowds for its location alone – being close to guidebook-topping Toronto attractions like CN Tower and Scotiabank Arena (which in turn have drawn in the city’s best restaurateurs, entertainment venues, and boutiques). But The St. Regis Toronto is on a quest to be one of the city’s most luxurious locations too, with its spa sanctuary and heated indoor pool, its grand Louix Louis dining venue, the jazz notes and decadent ‘champagne sabering’ of Astor Lounge, and guestrooms that feature decadent décor, oversized rainfall showers and soaking tubs (complete with mirror TV), and floor-to-ceiling windows capturing views of that super-central location.

Amenities

  • Bar
  • Spa
  • Swimming Pool
  • Babysitting service
  • Room Service
  • Valet parking
  • Fitness Centre/Gym
  • Internet Access
  • Close to City Centre
  • Restaurant

Where is it

In the heart of downtown Toronto, a short walk from the CN Tower, Scotiabank Arena, Toronto International Film Festival and the shopping, theatre and entertainment district. Transfer time from airport: 45 minutes.

Hotel information

258 rooms and suites. All with air-conditioning, TV, tea/coffee-making facilities, iron and board, mini-fridge, safe and hairdryer. Superior One King Bed Rooms are 550 sq ft and have 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Deluxe One King Bed Rooms are 550 sq ft with views of the city, with 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Superior One Bedroom Suites are 750 sq ft and have separate living room with fireplace, bathroom with oversized rainfall shower and deep-soaking tub and in-mirror TV, with 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

LOUIX LOUIS (restaurant and bar located on the 31st floor, open for breakfast, lunch and dinner). Astor Lounge (lobby lounge with music entertainment, open for breakfast, lunch and dinner). Heated indoor swimming pool and whirlpool. The Spa at The St Regis Toronto*. Fitness centre. 24-hour room service*. Babysitting service*. Complimentary WiFi. Valet parking CA$50 plus tax, per day (payable locally, subject to change).

*Denotes local charge.

Rating summary

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Image of the Tripadvisor rating Good service, some room interior needs work though

Sep 15, 2019 FredYin Hong Kong, China

What used to be the Trump Hotel in Toronto has recently been re-badged to the St Regis. Once you enter the hotel or walk down the halls, there are still remnants of the opulent decor that defines Trump properties. However, the interior of the rooms lack the simple elegance St Regis properties are known for. The shower door handle was also loose,… Read more
What used to be the Trump Hotel in Toronto has recently been re-badged to the St Regis. Once you enter the hotel or walk down the halls, there are still remnants of the opulent decor that defines Trump properties. However, the interior of the rooms lack the simple elegance St Regis properties are known for. The shower door handle was also loose, suggesting some work needs to be done with fixing up the small details such as that. The restaurant on the 31st floor was a great spot for breakfast, but unless it’s included in your room rate I wouldn’t recommend given how expensive it’d be. Lastly, I’d like to highlight how warm and welcoming the service staff are, from the check in process to the check our and the complementary hotel car to the airport (BMW X7), it was a smooth and enjoyable process. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Richard Hartl :front desk agent

Sep 11, 2019 Janet M Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida

Richard Hartl is the finest front desk agent we have encountered in the many years we have traveled across the world. He is personable, deeply charming, efficient yet gentle-mannered. He is intuitive, respecting our privacy none the less he allowed us to get to know him as the good man he is. The St. Regis Toronto must know what a loyal… Read more
Richard Hartl is the finest front desk agent we have encountered in the many years we have traveled across the world. He is personable, deeply charming, efficient yet gentle-mannered. He is intuitive, respecting our privacy none the less he allowed us to get to know him as the good man he is. The St. Regis Toronto must know what a loyal employee they have in Mr. Richard Hartl. Cheers, John and Janet McDonald Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Luxury and fun!

Sep 2, 2019 kettsar Ottawa, Canada

Family of 4 stayed 2 nights in the deluxe suite. Beautiful corner room, separate master bedroom, 3 tvs, 2 bathrooms; super comfy master bed (however pull out couch in living room could be more comfortable), mini fridge, best mini bar I've seen. I don't want to give away all the room extras but there are plenty. The service by far was… Read more
Family of 4 stayed 2 nights in the deluxe suite. Beautiful corner room, separate master bedroom, 3 tvs, 2 bathrooms; super comfy master bed (however pull out couch in living room could be more comfortable), mini fridge, best mini bar I've seen. I don't want to give away all the room extras but there are plenty. The service by far was exceptional. A bump on check in was handled by a 'do t worry about it we'll figure it out, here is your room key'. When we called to have the sofabed made up the room attendant offered to do our dishes, gave us water and the kids chocolate and asked it there was anything else. The included breakfast on the 31 floor was good. Infinity pool, hot tub and sauna were lovely. If you are looking to be pampered, this hotel is it! Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Too many "no" for a hotel of this class.

Aug 30, 2019 Michael Z

We specifically returned to this hotel since our last year's stay at the then named Adelaide was excellent! We stayed for one week. The first two nights, the suite was freezing. I requested a change to two rooms, ready to pay additional, but my request was declined. The AC was subsequently fixed. Then, before noon, we asked for cancellation of a 5… Read more
We specifically returned to this hotel since our last year's stay at the then named Adelaide was excellent! We stayed for one week. The first two nights, the suite was freezing. I requested a change to two rooms, ready to pay additional, but my request was declined. The AC was subsequently fixed. Then, before noon, we asked for cancellation of a 5 o'clock SPA service, which was declined for being "within the cancellation policy". The light settings in the room are automated so at the morning settings, the spots shine in your eyes. Details? Yes! But attention to detail and a positive attitude from employees is what you should expect from a hotel of this class. Unusual for a St. Regis. At the St. Regis in Mexico City, you just get spoiled :-) Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Luxurious & Fun Visit

Aug 26, 2019 coladakitty New Hampshire

I took my son (14) to visit the Hockey Hall of Fame and various other Toronto attractions over a long weekend. We got a great deal on the St. Regis and I cannot tell you how lucky we felt from beginning to end. The hotel is located within an easy walk (or very brief cab ride) from Union station amid plenty of restaurants, the waterfront, CN… Read more
I took my son (14) to visit the Hockey Hall of Fame and various other Toronto attractions over a long weekend. We got a great deal on the St. Regis and I cannot tell you how lucky we felt from beginning to end. The hotel is located within an easy walk (or very brief cab ride) from Union station amid plenty of restaurants, the waterfront, CN Tower, Aquarium, Hockey Hall of Fame, St. Lawrence Market and Eaton Center. We were able to walk nearly everywhere we wanted to go within 15-20 minutes. I was pleasantly surprised to find several really good restaurants nearby as well. We were upgraded (Bonvoy member) to a deluxe 1-bedroom suite. The room was quiet and beautifully appointed. My son slept on the pull-out couch in the living room area and said it was plenty comfortable. He had his own half bathroom and was especially enamored of the lighting settings - press a button on the wall for morning/evening/night, turn on the gas fireplace, open or close your drapes, heat the bathroom floor. The bedroom was large with plenty of space, and the bed comfortable. We asked for more pillows and received them quickly. The hotel’s turndown service was delightful - water, chocolates, slippers by the bed. Bathroom amenities by Remede are among my favorites anywhere. While there was a stocked minibar, the prices are (as expected) outrageous. Water, Nespresso and tea were complimentary, which was a nice touch. We found a minimart nearby and bought our own juice. I picked up a bottle of wine at the St. Lawrence Market and there was plenty of space in the mini fridge for our things. Each day we went down to the lobby for an inexpensive breakfast of coffee and delicious apricot croissants. Every afternoon I enjoyed a fabulous botanical gin and tonic from the special G & T menu while my son tried a different mocktail. One afternoon we made it for the daily “sabering” - a St. Regis tradition in which they use a sword to open a bottle of champagne and pass around complimentary little glasses. Overall the service was top-notch from beginning to end. We were given a late checkout on my request, and each and every person we encountered was pleasant. When we asked for local recommendations they had lots of ideas and all were perfect. Any housekeeping requests were dealt with quickly and efficiently. If you’re there to check out touristy things, definitely stop in to see the concierge. We were able to get discounted tickets to a few things. I learned after we had booked that this had been the Trump hotel. I wouldn’t have guessed it by the decor, other than some black and gold marble in the basement restroom. Everything was beautiful and very well done. Although it is definitely a luxury hotel, it was also comfortable for us even though we were on a decidedly casual and relaxed trip. We never felt out of place in the lobby bar. We only ventured upstairs to the restaurant up there to look and to use the pool, which is on the same floor. The pool area is not large but it is pretty, with nice views of the city. I would recommend the St. Regis to anyone visiting Toronto. Read less