Shangri-La Hotels and Westbank are introducing the new Living Shangri-La Toronto, designed by James K.M. Cheng Architects and Young Wright Architects. The hotel occupies the first 17 floors of the 65-storey tower. Luxury condominiums will be located on floors 18 to 48 featuring one- and two-bedroom residences with larger private estate suites on the 49th to 64th floor, and two expansive penthouse units on the top floor.
The hotel features a three-storey lobby with the famous BOSK bar and restaurant, the Momofuku mezzanine-level restaurant overlooking University Avenue, and Miraj Hammam Spa By Caudalie Paris.
Hong Kong-based Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts currently manages 50 hotels around the world. The building has a clean-lined contemporary design with Asian influences, featuring; spa, lounge, retail and restaurant spaces.
Suites include Italian-style kitchens, high-end Sub- Zero and Miele appliances and marble and stone finishes. Amenities Residents will be able to take advantage of the in-house spa, a fitness centre and such a la carte services as housekeeping and room service. There will be a concierge and doorman, and residents in the estate and penthouse suites will also have valet parking included.
The hotel will feature restaurants and retail elements, the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts is across the street, shopping and the services of downtown are close by.
Amenities and Services:
· Traditional doorman and 24-hour concierge
· Heated indoor pool, hot tub and deck managed by Shangri-La Hotel
· Fitness centre: 2500 sqft. Facility with top of the line TechnoGym equipment.
· Yoga/pilates spaces; steam room and luxurious showers
· Luxurious private banquet rooms with video, wireless, internet and video conferencing
· Business centre with semi-private work stations and private office
· World-class 18 seats multi-media screening room
· Access to Shangri-La Hotel lounge and fine dining restaurant
· Miraj Hammam Spa By Caudalie Paris offering an array of personal indulgences
· Lobby lounge with sidewalk cafe overlooking University Avenue
· Street-level bar leading to a mezzanine-level restaurant overlooking University Avenue