• The Residences at the Ritz-Carlton

    Toronto, Ontario
  • Price Upon Request.


PROPERTY INFORMATION

LUXURY AND SOPHISTICATION AT THE RESIDENCES AT THE RITZ-CARLTON

Located at 183 Wellington Street west Toronto, suite owners at The Residences enjoy a lifestyle with access to remarkable amenities such as the hotel’s feature restaurant and bars, opulent spa, and the legendary level of service for which The Ritz-Carlton is so well known. The spacious and gracious suites envelop residents in surroundings infused with natural light from massive windows. To fully comprehend the spectacular nature of these homes in the sky, tours of the two impeccable designer-decorated model suites are available.

Exquisitely appointed by Alexander Donovan, Showroom Director at 1212 Décor, in a contemporary style with a nod to the transitional, the Park Avenue model suite invites you to indulge in sumptuousness. According to Donovan, “This suite was designed with the successful urbanite in mind. It is defined by elements chosen to reflect an appreciation for fine design, a refined space where the smallest details create a cosmopolitan environment. This is the perfect airy perch in the sky to entertain and enjoy magnificent views while dining in a sophisticated space. This buyer is a world traveller - an art lover and collector who enjoys unique and glamorous design.”

For nearly a century, the very name, The Ritz-Carlton, has conjured images of unsurpassable luxury, sophistication and aristocratic chic. A place of rich encounters and glittering soire´es, this icon of legendary quality and impeccable service has been a haven for many kings and queens, dignitaries, movie stars, and business tycoons alike, and it all began with the vision of one man — Ce´sar Ritz. 

When the Swiss hotelier first opened Ho^tel Ritz in Paris, in 1898, and later, The Carlton, in London, he set a precedent for international luxury accommodation. Mr. Ritz quickly gained a reputation for good taste and elegance, but the one thing that mattered most to him was the comfort of his guests. By the time The Ritz-Carlton, Boston opened in 1927, his philosophy of service and innovation had already refined the luxury hotel experience in Europe and was about to revolutionize hospitality in America: from private baths in each guest room to fresh-cut flowers to world-class gourmet cuisine toasted by signature cobalt blue goblets. That exemplary tradition carries on today at all Ritz-Carlton hotels, and now the legacy continues at The Residences at The Ritz-Carlton, Toronto.

If you are one of the lucky few to own a suite here, life will never be quite the same again. Your lifestyle will be more lavish, glamourous and effortless; you will be enveloped by an effable sense of well-being; of having arrived to your very own palace in the sky — just as Ce´sar Ritz intended. Welcome home.