Kimpton Saint George Hotel launches Project 416

The Kimpton Saint George hotel has announced the launch of Project 416, an initiative to highlight Toronto’s diversity and cultural icons.

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The hotel has room 416 with Toronto-centric decor and curated snacks and activities that reflect the diversity and what makes the city unique.

From June until the end of summer, prospective guests of the Kimpton Saint George hotel have the option to book the Project 416 room to experience an elevated hotel stay. From each reservation booked during the duration of Project 416, the Kimpton Saint George will donate ten per cent of the room’s revenue to local charity, Red Door Family Shelter, to support its ongoing efforts to assist families, refugees and women who are fleeing violence. To pay homage to the Red Door Family Shelter, room 416’s door has been painted red to highlight Project 416’s charity partner.

During a stay at the Kimpton Saint George, Project 416’s guests will be treated to several extra amenities. Room 416 has been designed with artwork from Toronto studio Gotamago’s Lichia Liu, a curated vinyl record collection from diverse Toronto artists, postcards with iconic Toronto imagery that guests can fill out and send to loved ones and a Polaroid camera for use during their stay. Guests will also receive a basket upon arrival with snacks and beverages from local businesses.

To inspire guests during their Project 416 stay, the Kimpton Saint George has teamed up with Destination Toronto to collaborate on a Project 416 City Guide book that highlights diverse and locally-owned Toronto businesses, cultural activities, and destinations to visit. From Toronto’s most popular spots to must-visit hidden gems, the guide has it covered for the best things to do in the city.

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