Located in Toronto’s Garment District is Ace Hotel, one of the city’s most well-known hotels that became quickly recognized after just over a year of opening. Designed by Toronto firm Shim-Sutcliffe Architects, the picturesque guestrooms and public spaces have a timeless and effortless homey feeling to them with red seen throughout the spaces to signify Canada, and original artworks primarily done by Canadian artists. Renowned as one of the top culinary talents globally, Chef and partner Patrick Kriss takes charge of all dining menus at the Ace Hotel, while Pastry Chef Victoria Ammendolia expertly handles desserts. The hotel’s food and beverage selections are highly sought after, creating a noteworthy experience for visitors. Whether at the Lobby Bar, the rooftop bar Evangeline, or the acclaimed restaurant Alder on the lower level, both guests and locals indulge in the enjoyment of coffee, cocktails, and delicious dishes.
Equipped with 123 rooms, Ace Hotel is a perfect place to stay whether you need a night to yourself, or are traveling with loved ones in groups large or small. If you prefer to venture out, the hotel is situated among an endless amount of options. From shops and cuisine on Queen Street West or in Chinatown to music venues, and Otherships immersive spa are just steps away. The guest room experience begins as soon as you walk in with music playing and an in-room vinyl collection curated by Toronto record label Arts & Crafts. A selection of snacks and drinks are also available for purchase, as well as in-room dining. The cool and creative space draws you in and welcomes you with a well-rounded experience that makes for a memorable stay.
View the gallery for a look into the hotel, located at 51 Camden Street, and book your reservation now at acehotel.com.