The Exhibition Place welcomes Toronto’s only hotel, Hotel X Toronto, on the West end of the lakefront where the 30-floored property provides a multi-faceted experience to their guests. Hotel X aims to offer lavish accommodations with refreshing new views, exceptional hospitality, and impeccable venue spaces for events and weddings. The incorporation of Ten X Toronto (a 90,000 square foot athletic facility home to 4 tennis courts, 9 squash courts, a 50 foot pool, 4 group fitness studios), spacious theatre…
Yayoi Kusama’s much-anticipated “Infinity Mirrors” exhibit at Toronto’s Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) is one of the hottest tickets in town – and trust us when we tell you that it’s about to saturate your social media feed.
In addition to the ample networking opportunities, the photo ops, and the design inspo (the last two of which are naturally synonymous), Toronto’s annual Interior Design Show (IDS) offered a harsh dose of reality that my place isn’t as great as it could be.
Hublot official debut in Toronto started with a home run. Hublot collaborated with Toronto Blue jays baseball slugger legend José Bautista to release an exclusive timepiece. Jean-François Sberro, Managing Director for Hublot North America, unveiled it at an intimate cocktail reception and dinner hosted at The Adelaide Hotel on January 30th, 2018.
For the love of quality food, Winterlicious is one of the best reasons to emerge from hibernation in the dark depths of the Canadian winter.
With the new revitalized Union Station, Amano Pasta is a great addition as the first full-service restaurant. Chef Michael Angeloni envisioned the restaurant concept since childhood while making pasta in his nonna’s basement. Similar to Angeloni, as a second generation half-Italian Canadian, the dishes are Italian while many of the ingredients are not.