The InterContinental Toronto Centre says business travellers staying at its newly renovated Club InterContinental are certain to appreciate the hotel’s next door neighbour.
The 584-guest unit hotel adjoins the Metro Toronto Convention Centre and is “the only hotel in Toronto directly connected” to that cornerstone of the city’s business trade, Mary Ann Gamboa, the hotel’s director of sales and marketing, told a Thursday event marking the relaunch of the Club InterContinental.
Club InterContinental now offers 91 rooms and suites on the hotel’s eighth, ninth and 10th floors and provides numerous complimentary amenities, among them private check-in and check-out, deluxe continental breakfast, afternoon tea, evening hors d’oeuvres, premium Internet, laundry and garment pressing, limousine drop-off within the downtown core and access to a private boardroom. Also found are dedicated concierge service, a private lounge and a library.
Guests units feature textured wall coverings accented with purple and gold, “instantly giving guests a feeling of affluence,” the hotel says. Hexagon patterns on the carpet, along with double headboards, “evoke a level of classic luxury,” the hotel continues.
Hotel general manager Alexi Hakim told the Thursday gathering that the “sophisticated environment” found in the redone Club InterContinental will provide both business and leisure travellers with a “home away from home,” noting guest units have the likes of espresso machines and plug-ins “for any device that you have.”
Gamboa added that Club InterContinental serves as a “hotel within a hotel” and offers a “truly complete luxurious experience from arrival to departure.”
The InterContinental Toronto Centre also offers the Azure Restaurant & Bar and the Spa InterContinental. The hotel overlooks Lake Ontario and is found in Toronto’s financial, shopping, theatre and restaurant districts.
Pictured are Gamboa and Hakim.