What’s New at Toronto’s Fairmont Royal York Hotel
Renovations are now completed on the latest phase of a multi-million dollar revitalization plan at Toronto’s 5-Star Luxury Fairmont Royal York Hotel.
Accommodations and Amenities
A total of 898 Luxury and Signature Rooms across 11 floors are now available for booking. Updates also include a newly renovated pool and health spa complete with brand new exercise equipment, exterior revitalization, new HDTVs in every room with upgraded services on demand, satellite iPad check-in during peak hours, paperless checkout, and digital path-finding monitors.
Dining at Fairmont Royal York
Treat yourself to one of the award-winning restaurants, whether you’re looking for a fine dining experience, or a great place to simply grab a drink – from late night lounging, to catching the big game with friends. Click here for a list of options.
Easy Access by Air or Rail
From the airport to your hotel room in about 30 minutes. Yes, that’s possible with the UP Express rapid transit system that takes travellers from Pearson International Airport to Union Station directly across from the Fairmont. For those arriving into downtown’s Billy Bishop Airport, there’s a free shuttle to Union Station, and of course all VIA Rail trains stop there as well.
Fairmont Royal York is located in the centre of Downtown Toronto, and is minutes away from its biggest attractions including: The CN Tower, Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada, Air Canada Centre, Rogers Centre, the Eaton Centre, and the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts.
About the Author
Bryen Dunn is a freelance journalist based in Toronto with a focus on tourism, lifestyle, entertainment and community issues. He has written several travel articles and has an extensive portfolio of celebrity interviews with musicians, actors and other public personalities. He’s willing to take on any assignments of interest, attend parties with free booze, listen to rants, and travel the world in search of the great unknown. He’s eager to discover the new, remember the past, and look into the future.