Hilton Toronto unveils renovated accommodations and introduces lobby bar and brasserie

Hilton Toronto has unveiled its renovated accommodations and its newest French bar and brasserie, Frenchy.

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Upon entering the hotel, guests are greeted by a transformed lobby, exuding an engaging ambiance and a sense of closeness. Realized by renowned studio DesignAgency and in collaboration with Barney River—the lobby’s revitalized structure and layout boast softened concrete surfaces, enriched sightlines, and improved flow between entrances and amenities.

Personalizing the arrival process, individual desks now replace the traditional long check-in counter, allowing for intimate service and a refined experience for individuals and groups. In addition, Frenchy adds a touch of sophistication to Hilton Toronto’s signature hospitality. The oval-shaped bar serves everything from freshly brewed coffee to artisanal cocktails. Tucked away within Frenchy lies a private dining room wrapped with lacquered cabinets showcasing a selection of wines.

“Collaborating with Hilton Hotels and Resorts on revitalizing its Downtown Toronto property was an exciting project,” says Matt Davis, founding partner, DesignAgency. “With the goal of elevating the hotel’s existing elegance and service, we are honoured to have contributed to the city’s hospitality landscape by reimagining the previous space as a vibrant and lively new experience."

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Furthermore, the hotel room’s accommodations are remodelled with meticulous thought and regard for accommodating and ensuring comfort, a sense of belonging and ease for guests away from home. Positioning the Toronto location as a must-visit Hilton destination, the design approach embodies a fusion of timelessness and elegance with contemporary sophistication. A seamless blend of tradition and modernity, classic shapes and a thoughtfully selected neutral and light palette evoke a sense of warmth and comfort.

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