Enjoy 360-degree views of Toronto from the new Sheraton Club

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To the north is City Hall and Nathan Phillips Square. To the south, the CN Tower and Toronto’s beautiful waterfront. To the east, skyscrapers stand as far as the eye can see, and ditto to the west.

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The view from the newly renovated Sheraton Club on the 43rd floor of the Sheraton Center Toronto Hotel is a delight in all directions and worth the price of admission.

The Sheraton Center has been a major downtown hotel for decades – and a recent facelift should only draw in visitors as past pandemic closures appear to be in the rear view.

New offerings include a modernized Sheraton Club with 15,000 square feet of gathering space (exclusive to Marriott Bonvoy Elite members), a new lobby and redesigned Dual Citizen and 43 Down food and beverage offerings, the latter of which is about to become operational . †

The 43rd floor is beautifully decorated in jewel tones.  SARA SHANTZ PHOTO
The 43rd floor is beautifully decorated in jewel tones. SARA SHANTZ PHOTO

It’s a whole new imagination, with top-to-bottom renovations and improvements set to roll out throughout the year, calling the property the “most comprehensive renovation in the hotel’s 50-year history.”

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The Sheraton Lounge features locally inspired art and plenty of seating.  SARA SHANTZ PHOTO
The Sheraton Lounge features locally inspired art and plenty of seating. SARA SHANTZ PHOTO

The club’s herringbone floors are simply stunning, while the jewel-toned furnishings work on every level, along with some fantastic Toronto-inspired artwork. The space is stylish yet fully functional, with spacious and varied seating and dining areas.

While the Sheraton Club is exclusive to Marriott Bonvoy Elite members, guests can also pay $150 (subject to availability) for entry. Included in that price per night is parking, an excellent breakfast buffet, a light dinner and unlimited hot and cold drinks. Alcoholic drinks are available for purchase during certain hours.

The CN Tower serves as the backdrop to the Sheraton Lounge on the 43rd floor.  SARA SHANTZ PHOTO
The CN Tower serves as the backdrop to the Sheraton Lounge on the 43rd floor. SARA SHANTZ PHOTO

Dual Citizen is a grab-and-go style restaurant that doubles as a bar and lounge. It is an ideal place to try some interesting cocktails.

Dual Citizen offers grab-and-go deals.  IAN SHANTZ/TORONTO SUN
Dual Citizen offers grab-and-go deals. IAN SHANTZ/TORONTO SUN

Guests can also enjoy the trillium art installation — the trillium is Ontario’s provincial flower — hanging from the escalator.

A renewed heated indoor and outdoor pool and a garden are included in the final refurbishment phase that will open this summer.

The trillium art installation will not go unnoticed in the lobby of the Sheraton Center.  IAN SHANTZ/TORONTO SUN
The trillium art installation will not go unnoticed in the lobby of the Sheraton Center. IAN SHANTZ/TORONTO SUN

In total, Sheraton has nearly 20 hotels in Canada, six of which are scheduled to be transformed by the end of 2023.

For more information, visit marriott.com.

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