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King Blue Hotel Toronto opens in Entertainment District
Northland Properties hits a company milestone with the opening of King Blue Hotel Toronto, the company's first hotel property in the city’s downtown core.
Northland Properties hits a company milestone with the opening of King Blue Hotel Toronto, the company’s first hotel property in the city’s downtown core. The hotel pays tribute to Toronto’s deeply-rooted history, keeping the front-facing exterior built from the original six stories of the Canadian Westinghouse Company Building.
“We are thrilled to have the opportunity to serve guests in the heart of Toronto’s vibrant entertainment district. We will create a fun and energetic culture at King Blue by building a team of authentic, caring and exceptionally friendly people,” says Robert Pratt, president, Sandman Hotel Group.
The hotel’s 118 guestrooms, including seven suites, offer contemporary design accented with natural touches of leather and wood. Guest amenities include a deluxe indoor swimming pool, a modern fully-equipped fitness centre, rooftop terrace, and pet-friendly rooms.