The Hazelton Hotel

Rated 9.4 in 239 reviews. 77 rooms.

★★★★★

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This hotel is located in the upscale district of Yorkville and is near a number of Toronto's finest restaurants. A full service spa, boasting world class spa treatments is available. Guest rooms feature 2 flat-screen TVs. The Hazelton Hotel rooms include a spacious marble bathroom with plush bathrobes. The modern rooms, with interiors designed by Yabu Pushelberg, are also equipped with a work desk, a seating area, and access to Wi-Fi. Guests at the Hazelton Hotel can watch a movie in the Silver Screen Room or have dinner in One Restaurant. The hotel also offers pet grooming and walking services. Concierge services are available and offer information on events and activities in the Toronto area. The Hazelton is within a 5-minute walk of the Royal Ontario Museum and Queen’s Park. This boutique hotel is nestled in the heart of Toronto's famed Yorkville neighborhood steps from the shops of Bloor Street.

Spa Facilities

  • Massage
  • Indoor pool (all year)
  • Fitness centre
  • Spa and wellness centre

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Recommended Nearby

A guide to great places nearby The Hazelton Hotel

  1. Hemingway's

    One of the best places in the city to enjoy a cocktail on a hot summer night.

    112 m from hotel
    142 Cumberland St.

  2. Moroco Chocolat

    Try the Milk Chocolate fondue. It's served with fresh fruit, tiny madeleine cookies and homemade marshmellows! Also, ask for a spoon so you can eat the leftover chocolate. Seriously.

    160 m from hotel
    99 Yorkville Ave.

  3. Sushi Inn

    The teriyaki here is really good. I love the teriyaki chicken don! It's a big bowl of rice with teriyaki sauce and crispy chicken. I like it more than the bento bc u get more sauce and it's mixed in.

    182 m from hotel
    120 Cumberland St.

  4. Trattoria Nervosa

    TIFF TIP: National Post's Mark Medley says: "During TIFF, this trattoria's fantastic patio, makes it one of TIFF’s celeb-watching hotspots." http://www.nationalpost.com/TIFF

    231 m from hotel
    75 Yorkville Ave.

  5. Royal Ontario Museum

    Go to the first of the two dinosaur galleries and find the Parasaurolophus walkeri (the duckbill with the trombone-like crest sticking out the back of its head). It's the real McCoy and type specimen.

    266 m from hotel
    100 Queen's Pk

  6. Duke of York

    Unlike the trivia played via satellite TV that used to dominate bars in the GTA, more venues are featuring live hosts presenting rounds of questions in the tradition of U.K. pub quizzes. Read more:

    332 m from hotel
    39 Prince Arthur Ave.

  7. Indigo Bay & Bloor

    TIFF: Well-read filmmakers are bring their literary adaptations to the fest this year, including Brighton Rock, Easy A, Barney’s Version, Never Let Me Go, Tamara Drewe and more. http://natpo.st/9Ah5jF

    433 m from hotel
    55 Bloor St. W

  8. Holt Renfrew Centre

    TIFF TIP: Nathalie Atkinson says, "Best red carpet foot forward hunting ground for starlets, incognito in-between press conference category."

    451 m from hotel
    50 Bloor St W

  9. Black Camel

    the beef brisket with BBQ sauce... one of the best sandwiches ever

    0.8 km from hotel
    4 Crescent Rd

  10. Fresh on Bloor

    Quinoa rings were really yummy! I had it with the avocado chipotle sauce.

    0.9 km from hotel
    326 Bloor St. W

  11. barVolo

    Bending Elbows: One of the city’s best beer lists. Nibble on Italian nosh while watching the Yonge Street people go by.

    0.9 km from hotel
    587 Yonge St

  12. TIFF Bell Lightbox

    Dave Bidini: "In many ways TIFF is the worst of Toronto, but, in some ways, it’s also the best: Insane coverage of celebrities whose presence is balanced by great little films." http://natpo.st/cxBLoe

    2.7 km from hotel
    350 King St. W

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