Four Seasons has reopened its global flagship
The Four Seasons Hotel Toronto opened its
doors on Friday, bringing its award-winning service back to the
Yorkville neighbourhood of the city.
As part of the new health and safety protocols all
guests, residents and employees must have their temperature checked
before entering the hotel. Employees will be wearing personal
protective equipment and all guests are asked to wear a face mask
when in public spaces inside the hotel.
The Four Seasons Mobile
App provides a contactless way for guests to customise their stay,
as it can be used it to make and manage reservations,
request luggage pickup, airport transfers, room service,
housekeeping requests, and more.
“The ultimate luxury is the absence of worry,”
said Konrad Gstrein, General Manager at Four Seasons Hotel
Toronto. “While the Four Seasons experience may look different, we
trust that all of our guests and residents will feel completely
cared for and comforted by our intuitive service and attention to
Along with the hotel’s luxurious choice of accommodation, The
Spa at Four Seasons Toronto on the ninth floor is offering select
massage and body treatments from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm, whilst the Hair and Nail Bar
has also reopened to offer manicures,
pedicures and hair care services.
The pool is open to
residents, Hotel and Spa guests from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm. Family
swim hours are all-day from Monday to Thursday from 10:00 am to 12:00
noon and 4:00 to 6:00 pm from Friday to Sunday. Relaxation hours
at the pool are from 12:00 noon to 4:00 pm from Friday to Sunday.
While the property’s popular dining destinations Café Boulud and
d|bar by Chef Daniel Boulud remain closed due to government
regulations, hotel guests and residents can still enjoy a
selection of in-room dining offerings in the comfort of their