The Ivy at Verity

Rated 8.8 in 114 reviews. 4 rooms.


Located in a restored 1850’s chocolate factory, this luxurious hotel features an award winning restaurant. Guest rooms are spacious, uniquely decorated and provide a private balcony. The Saint Lawrence Market is an 8 minutes’ walk away.

Handcrafted beds with Italian linens are featured in each room at The Ivy at Verity. The rooms have a flat-screen TV and iPod dock. The large marble bathroom includes premium bath amenities and a bathrobe.

Using seasonal ingredients, George Restaurant, located in The Ivy at Verity Toronto, offers a variety of a la carte items. A large selection of wines is also available to choose from. Guests can enjoy a continental breakfast in the morning.

A women’s only spa is available at the hotel. The spa features an ozonated pool and sauna. A well equipped, women's gym is available as well.

The Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts is a 12 minutes’ walk from the hotel. Guests are 5 minutes’ walk from the Toronto Eaton Centre.

Spa Facilities

  • Indoor pool (all year)
  • Spa facilities
  • Spa lounge/relaxation area
  • Spa/wellness packages
  • Fitness
  • Swimming pool
  • Sauna
  • Fitness centre
  • Spa and wellness centre
  • Massage
  • Hot tub/Jacuzzi
  • Indoor pool

Available Rooms

2 guests




  • King Room

    289 ft² Tea/Coffee maker Bath Air conditioning Hot tub Balcony Patio Soundproofing Private pool Terrace Room service

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Recommended Nearby

A guide to great places near The Ivy at Verity

  1. Golden Thai Restaurant

    Get the Singha beer and beware: the food is amazing but super spicy!

    137 m from hotel
    105 Church St

  2. Fahrenheit Coffee

    Great lattes and pastries and a quiet, small place to get some work done! (via @elatlboy)

    166 m from hotel
    120 Lombard St

  3. The George Street Diner

    Club sandwich is made with real house-made turkey - try it!

    232 m from hotel
    129 George St.

  4. G For Gelato and Pizza Bar

    They'll upsize your drink or gelato when you check-in w/ forsquare, twitter, facebook or tripadvisor. Wowie!

    278 m from hotel
    75 Jarvis St.

  5. Terroni

    don't change the menu, it's fixed for a reason

    292 m from hotel
    57 Adelaide St. E

  6. Massey Hall

    Hawksley Workman on Massey Hall: "Just walking in, you feel the twinkle of specialness, especially for a country kid. It seemed then to be historic and monumental… even — gasp — European!"

    387 m from hotel
    178 Victoria St

  7. Hudson's Bay

    How do you reinvent Canada’s oldest retailer? You look to the past for inspiration, trading heavily on the colours of the retailer’s historic blanket in a new line of chic Canadiana. Read more:

    489 m from hotel
    176 Yonge St.

  8. Apple Store

    After huge profit, Steve Jobs trashes RIM: Apple CEO's rant overshadows technology giant's record revenue and earnings. More at the link:

    498 m from hotel
    220 Yonge Street

  9. Toronto Eaton Centre

    “The mall industry is changing, but if you build your brand into something that pleases consumers, there’s no reason that shopping centres around the city can’t succeed.” Read more:

    0.5 km from hotel
    220 Yonge St.

  10. St. Lawrence Market (South Building)

    Comedian Ron James: "The market’s alive and gregarious and friendly and amazing — it’s a bit like Brooklyn, not stuffy at all, like Toronto’s reputation can be." Read more:

    0.6 km from hotel
    93 Front St E

  11. Yonge-Dundas Square

    Nuit Blanche 2011: At Face Music expect to see warm, fuzzy furry animals suspended from the stage, reading people’s faces and interpreting those images into music.

    0.6 km from hotel
    1 Dundas St E

  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."

    1.5 km from hotel
    350 King St. W