Have you ever spent time in a Four Seasons Hotel? Now is the time. The iconic Four Seasons Toronto will be transitioning to the new home just down the street soon.
So many incredible memories were made and great times enjoyed at this hotel’s current location. I’ve been to fundraisers and events over the past few years and have met up with friends in the Avenue Bar at night or in the afternoons as a quiet spot to write. Part of me is sad that the old location is closing but excited to see what the new hotel will be like!
Valentine’s Day is a coming up. If you’re in search of something to do that’s maybe more unique, you may be interested in this exhibit at the Four Seasons Hotel in Toronto. This is on our “must see” list in the next couple of weeks.
The Four Seasons Hotel is delivering a “A Love Letter to Toronto” – soooo perfect for February! Today, an exhibition by prominent photo journalist, TOM SANDLER will be unveiled in the Avenue Bar. Sandler has been capturing images at events at the Hotel and around the city for the past 25 years of celebrities, dignitaries and socialites alike. From TIFF to fundraisers to cultural events, his lens has featured some of the most glamorous. This spectacular look through his lens is a celebration of some the Hotel’s most historical moments. The photo exhibit will run until March 23rd.
There’s just something soooo romantic about the Four Seasons. It’s classy, inviting and intimate without any attitude. It’s a great place for celebrations with friends and family.
Thank you, Four Seasons for all the very special memories! I am looking forward to many more beautiful years to come!
How about you? Do you have any great memories from this hotel?
Happy Valentine’s Day!
BTW… You may be interested in a Valentine’s Dinner at the STUDIO CAFE in the Hotel. They have created a special 3 course prix fixe menu for $49 per person. But make reservations!
The Four Seasons Hotel is located at 21 Avenue Road, Toronto. 416-964-0411
(It is scheduled to open this summer at the new location at 60 Yorkville Avenue)