Wonder where top stars and celebrities visiting Toronto stay? The suites at three of Toronto’s hotels made Elite Traveler‘s Top 101 Suites in the World list. Elite Traveler rated new suites in new and existing hotels and renovated suites in hotels. The most expensive suite on the private jet magazine’s Top 101 Suites list is the Royal Suite at the Plaza Athenee in Paris at a whopping $33,731 per night. The other Canadian suite that made the list is the Royal Suite at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Montreal.
You may or may not be a fan of “The Donald,” but the 4,000 square foot Presidential Suite at the Trump International Hotel and Tower in Toronto made the Top 101 Suites in the World list. At $7,500 per night, you’ll get to enjoy a view from your 30th floor room while watching your 103″ flat screen HD TV. Large enough to accommodate a party for 60, this Ivanka-Trump designed suite also features fireplaces in the living, dining and media rooms. A stone-finished bathroom with a deep-soaking tub and in-mirror bathroom TV and a European style wet bar will make you feel like a wealthy business magnate.
Not surprisingly, the Royal Suite at the new Four Seasons Hotel in Toronto made the Top 101 Suites in the World list. This flagship hotel, which was rebuilt in 2012 at Yorkville Avenue and Bay Street, a block east of its former location features a Royal Suite designed by Yabu Pushelberg. The 3,820 square foot penthouse suite, which goes for $15,553 per night features three bedrooms, three bathrooms, modern art, as well as a 180 degree view of Toronto from the bathtub.
Toronto’s new Shangri-La Hotel made the list with its Shangri-La Suite that will set you back $10,000 per night. The 2,100 square foot suite features floor-to-ceiling windows to take in the Toronto skyline, heated bathroom floors for cold Toronto winters and fine woodwork. There is a 100 square foot private balcony for outdoor entertaining and a pantry with private butler’s entrance.