Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel is welcoming guests again with the opening of its new Sheraton Club, marking the completion of the first phase of an extensive transformation following the first closure in its nearly 50-year history.
The first phase of the reopening welcomes a new look, experience and service style – with spectacular floor-to-ceiling skyline views – at the hotel’s famous Sheraton Club on the 43rd floor. The Sheraton Club is a premium space with a welcoming, refined atmosphere – exclusively accessible to Marriott Bonvoy Elite members and any guest that upgrades their stay to access the Club floors.
Tasked with giving the penthouse level a completely new look and feel, award-winning international design studio DesignAgency revamped the interior to make the most of the spectacular setting, while creating a memorable place to meet, work and connect over coffee, food and cocktails.
“To reimagine this incredible, exclusive space of such an iconic Toronto hotel was very special. The one-of-a-kind views played a key creative role, and we focused the seating to capture every inch of the expansive vistas,” said Allen Chan, founding partner, DesignAgency. “Every element is designed to make guests feel like they’re at home in a penthouse in the heart of the city.”
The new design pays homage to Toronto with bespoke artwork and accents representative of local history and landmarks, allowing guests to connect to the city on an intimate level. From locally-sourced furniture to photographs of iconic Toronto communities, the space was designed with the city and its guests in mind. In the elevator lobby, a relief map of downtown, rendered in concrete, is overlaid with an abstract laser-cut copper screen inspired by local maple trees – one of several striking art pieces that salute the area’s diverse neighbourhoods and cosmopolitan streets.
Set to be completed in the first half of 2022, the Sheraton Centre Toronto’s transformation includes a full re-imagining of the hotel’s porte cochère, lobby, pool deck; introduction of new lobby-level collaboration studios and soundproof booths; and upgrade of the food and beverage program.