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Shangri-La Hotel Toronto

Asian inspired chic for the city’s highest rollers who demand equal parts discretion and discernment

Urban Zen appears to be the desired state this Asian inspired hotel is attempting to coax visitors into feeling. Results are never less than thrilling; from the orchids, vases and Japanese watercolours that are artfully scattered around the lobby and corridors to the floor to ceiling windows casting wide screen views out over the Toronto skyline. The lobby piano comes etched with lyrics from one of the most sonorous of Canadian exports- a certain Joni Mitchell- and the Bosk restaurant keeps up the skilfully subtle melodic balance with dishes rich in invention including a duo of Quebec bison with chilli, peanut, turnip and tamarind glaze and Alaskan sablefish with shitake mushroom and smoked ham broth.


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