“The first luxury hotel in Toronto, built in 1903, has been re-imagined for the 21st century. The focus of our $40 million renovation is to showcase the old-world charm and vibrancy of Toronto with a complete transformation of our spacious guest rooms, meeting space, lobby, restaurant and bar. While combining modern comfort and elegance, we are excited to have restored the legendary hotel to palace-like grandeur.
Our 301 oversized guestrooms and suites have recently been renovated, combining sophistication with modern amenities. It truly redefines luxury for our most discerning travelers. Accommodations in this iconic hotel feature the finest in furnishings, custom bedding and vintage crown moldings, all with impeccably appointed marble bathrooms perfecting every aspect of the guest experience at this legendary destination.
Both dining establishments, namely Victoria’s Restaurant and Consort Bar, were included in the revitalization process at The Omni King Edward Hotel. Executive Chef Daniel Schick and his culinary team have updated the dining menus to include local, seasonal ingredients and classic cooking methods. The hotel’s long-standing tradition of Afternoon Tea – a favourite activity of families and people-watchers since the turn of the 20th century – will continue Friday through Sunday.”