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Summer Celebrations at Four Seasons Hotel Toronto

Toronto is one of the great cities on this planet, but in the summer it becomes something truly special. It's also headquarters for one of our favorite brands... Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts. Four Seasons currently operates over 100 hotels and resorts worldwide. Their first property opened in this gem of a city in 1961. What better way, we thought, than to learn about summer in Toronto than from the flagship property of this iconic company!

By: TravelAnne Staff Writers & Four Seasons Toronto


No matter the time of year, Toronto has something to offer everyone, but many argue that summertime is unparalleled. In fact in the summer, Toronto is a force to be reckoned with as everything gets amped up. Lean into spontaneity and a renewed sense of curiosity. There’s more time for connecting as you journey from Adventure A to Adventure B — and stumble upon Adventure C!

Situated in the heart of Yorkville, Four Seasons Hotel Toronto invites travelers near and far to immerse themselves in the energy and vibrancy of the flagship’s surrounding city.

In the centre of Toronto's historic Yorkville neighborhood, Hotel guests, residents, and locals alike can look forward to savoring the taste of summer at the Hotel’s seasonal dining outlets, relaxing afternoons with a treatment at the property’s Five Star rated Spa or stepping out and exploring Canada's largest city.

“Toronto is known for being home to diverse cultures, neighbourhoods, and entertainment that create a metropolis sparking a sense of wonder,” says Patrick Pollak, General Manager, Four Seasons Hotel Toronto. “This summer, we invite guests and locals to immerse themselves in the soul of our city as they experience it through our team’s curated luxury lens.”

Toronto’s Summer Sports

As one of North America’s best sports cities, get the full Toronto experience by joining fans at one of Toronto’s can’t-miss professional sporting events. Catch a baseball game and cheer on the Toronto Blue Jays at the Rogers Centre, or the Toronto Argonauts or Toronto FC at BMO Field. The Hotel’s dedicated multilingual Concierge team will happily help arrange the ultimate afternoon of revelry and excitement.

“Whether our guests are looking to explore the sights, sounds and flavours of the city or take advantage of the many amenities, offerings and comforts of our Hotel, our team is excited to create the perfect itinerary for their well-spent time in Toronto,” says Harry Hollywood, Chef Concierge. “What does a quintessential weekend in Toronto look like? Cheer for the Blue Jays on Friday, eat your way through dynamic neighbourhoods on Saturday and, of course, unwind with a treatment at our world-class Spa on Sunday.”

Dine al Fresco at d|azur

Paying homage to the French Riviera and the Mediterranean coastline, d|bar’s outdoor dining destination, d|azur, sets the stage for days spent dining beneath the sun with a fresh menu and its annual mural installation captivating the spirit of the South of France.

Designed to transport guests to the Côte d'Azur, the mural It's "Nice in Nice" by Victoria Sequeira sparks a visual journey for guests while they indulge in coastal-inspired cuisine.

Menu highlights include, but are certainly not limited to, Seafood Towers, Tostada Borracha and Lobster Rolls, alongside four seasonal thirst-quenching cocktails, the Fleur Royal, Apricot Sour Sorbet, Cucumber Punch and the Sandia.

A Summer of Self Care

Whether guests are looking to pamper themselves and get warm weather ready with a mani-pedi or blowout at the Salon or relax and unwind with numerous treatments and services, the Spa at Four Seasons Toronto is a must-visit. From full-service hair styling sessions and a range of manicures, pedicures and scrubs to facials, massages and body treatments, relax and rejuvenate while taking a break from the summer heat with a getaway to the spa.

Further elevating its bespoke treatments, the Spa’s state-of-the-art Wellness & Bio Bar has introduced a new selection of offerings just in time for a summer of self-care. The Wellness & Bio Bar, short for biohacking, is focused on improving guests’ health, well-being and quality of life through strategic therapies. The new services include the Sports Recovery LPG Treatment, the Lymphatic Drainage LPG Treatment, the Age Defying LPG Facial and the 3-in-1 Facial with Light Therapy.

Visit the Cloud 9 Oasis

Following a well-deserved Spa experience, soak up the sun and indulge in healthy bites and beverages at the Spa’s terrace, the Cloud 9 Oasis. This year, the culinary experts at Four Seasons Hotel Toronto have worked closely with the world’s leading nutritionists to curate the Live Well menu that highlights delicious and well-balanced dishes focusing on plant-forward recipes with produce from trusted local suppliers. Inspired by Four Seasons passion for culinary artistry, the Live Well program was designed to support a healthy and well-balanced lifestyle. Exclusive to spa guests, Hotel guests and residents, the terrace is the perfect place to conclude every relaxation journey.

Family Fun with Four Seasons Hotel Toronto

For those looking for a fun-filled family getaway in the city, the Concierge team at Four Seasons Hotel Toronto will tailor a personalized itinerary catering to everyone’s ages and interests. On rainy summer days, make use of board games, a PlayStation 4 or a Nintendo Switch. Come nighttime, enjoy a movie night and popcorn for the entire family to enjoy while lounging in plush bathrobes.


City of Festivals

Toronto's events scene is hot this summer. From music festivals to cultural celebrations, there is an event in Toronto catering to everyone's interests. One of our favorites is Toronto Jazz Fest in mid June. It's a chance to see some world-class musicians strutting their stuff, from Lake Street Drive to Hiatus Haiyoteto to Colin Stetson, in the summer season.

Jazz giants, including Miles Davis, Roberta Flack and Tony Bennett, have played in years past. The Toronto Jazz Festival continues cultivating emerging talent with its Immersive Artist in Residence Program, allowing selected participants to develop new skills and work, often to debut at the festival.



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