The Hazelton ~ Celebrated as one of the most prestigious and affluent milieus in Toronto, the corner of Yorkville Avenue and Hazelton Avenue, the Private Residences of The Hazelton offer a unique synergistic experience of living in the privacy of your own home, while having access to all the amenities of a five-star hotel. Under the direction of Page and Steele Architects, the design of Old-World European grandeur is completed by small-scale exclusivity.
Private elevator access to 3,979 sq. ft. of penultimate luxury. The finest of finishes include ten-foot ceilings, wide-plank walnut hardwood floors, custom silk wall treatments, a wealth of wall-to-wall windows and French doors allowing natural light to freely cascade throughout.
Form and function combine in the epicurean kitchen complemented by professional-series appliances catering to entertaining on a grand style in the formal living and dining rooms or facilitating gatherings in the family room, a perfect place for a more casual setting.
The master suite beckons a relaxing haven featuring his and hers walk-in dressing rooms and lavish three and four-piece marble ensuites. The richly panelled office offers a quiet retreat, while the lounge is the ideal spot for greeting guests.
Indulge in an array of exclusive services offered by the hotel including twenty-four-hour room service, a world-class health club and spa with a two-storey infinity swimming pool, a 26-seat screen room where the ceilings are more than sixteen feet in height and enjoy the incomparable culinary delights in the restaurant “ONE”.
The Residence at The Hazelton is an integral part of the Bloor Street shopper’s paradise, recognized internationally as one of the top ten destinations. Often compared to Fifth Avenue, New York, Rodeo Drive in Los Angeles and Chicago’s Magnificent Mile. Boutiques with international labels such as Prada, Hermes, Channel, Tiffany and Gucci stand beside great Canadian retail icons, Birks, Harry Rosen, Pusateris, Holt Renfrew, Bay-Bloor Radio and William Ashley China. Four shopping centres, Hazelton Lanes, Holt Renfrew Centre, Manulife Centre and Hudson’s Bay Centre offer an array of shopping experiences. Visit the many art galleries replete with native Canadian works and local artists, experience the latest exhibits at the Gairdner Museum of Ceramic Arts and the Royal Ontario Museums Crystal, enjoy concerts in The Tellus Centre at the Royal Conservatory of Music and witness the changes of the four seasons by strolling down Philosopher’s Walk and through Queen’s Park.