Where Elegance Meets Luxury
The Ritz-Carlton Hotel is synonymous with luxury and elegance around the world. The Swiss hotelier first opened The Ritz in Paris France in 1898 and The Carlton in London later on. The Ritz-Carlton first opened in Boston in 1927.
Now they will be making their mark in Downtown Toronto with their 53 storey residence suites. Steps to Roy Thompson Hall and Royal Alexandra Theatre, Princess of Wales, And Festival Hall (where future Toronto Film Festival will be screening) great entertainment is only minutes away.
The Ritz-Carlton Hotel welcomes you with a warm and elegent lobby with luxury surrounding. The grand stairs in the lobby will guide residents and guest to their second floor fine dining restaurant and the Sky Walk, which will bridge the resturant to the elevators. On the fifth floor of the Hotel there will be a Spa facility for residents and guests. Pamper yourself in one of Toronto's largest hotel spas. Equipped with a vitality pool, saunas, and steam room enjoy the Zen space of Ritz-Carlton hotel.
The Ritz-Carlton Residential Lobby will have a chic urban vibe with stone columns and limestone floors with an accent of onyx. Enter the Sky Lobby on 22nd Floor where you are greeted by a concierge. This will be a great place to retire after a long day of work. The residents only floor will be equipped with a fitness facilities, games room, boardroom, and a screening room. There will also be private suites for overnight guests, who will enjoy the elegant Ritz-Carlton standards.
Graywood has been selected for the redevelopment of ROM has teamed up with Cadillac Fairview who will be bringing us Maple Leaf Square And Ice. Suites Start from 1,397 Square Feet.
Starting Price: $700,000-$8 Million. The top Penthouse on the 52nd floor will be 10,920 square feet for $11 Million.
Occupancy is set at 2010