SoHo Metropolitan Hotel
The SoHo Metropolitan Hotel would like to inform guests that the pool and gym are undergoing renovation and remain open. Luckee and Senses restaurants are now closed in preparation for a new concept coming spring 2019. Walhburgers remains open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and bar service.
With a Dale Chihuly sculpture in the lobby and the best of Toronto culture on the doorstep, you know the SoHo Metropolitan Hotel is something special from the moment you arrive. By the time you get to know the exceptional concierges and sample the modern dim sum at superstar chef Susur Lee's Luckee, special feels like an understatement.
- Work out in a fitness center with lap pool, steam room, and personal trainers managed by Dalton Brown
- Source tickets, reservations and city tips from Les Clefs d'Or-certified concierges
- Stretch out in a spacious bed with goose-down duvets and Italian Frette linens
- Dress for dinner in an 80-sq-ft dressing room with custom-made maple closets
- Plan perfect events with 4,000 sq ft of meeting space and a dedicated conference manager
- Discover downtown Toronto in style with a complimentary limousine service
Step into the heart of Toronto's entertainment and dining districts, guided by some of the very best concierges in the business. Then relax and recharge in a stylish, contemporary room with commanding city views. SoHo Metropolitan Hotel is more than a boutique hotel; it's your gateway to the best Toronto has to offer.
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The SoHo Metropolitan Hotel's 89 guestrooms and suites come with large beds, art prints and walk-in dressing areas. Floor-to-ceiling windows deliver panoramic views of Toronto, while bathrooms mix classic marble with modern touches like heated floors. The mini-bar contains gourmet snacks and premium drinks, while a nightly turndown service keeps your room looking as chic as the day you checked in. For the ultimate in luxury, choose the Penthouse Suite, with three floors, multiple fireplaces, a private glass elevator, a Kohler Infinity aromatherapy tub, and a rooftop patio with hot tub and grill.
For longer stays, choose a Residence Suite, offering a full kitchen and laundry facilities. As a Residence guest you also have access to all the hotel's facilities, including a 24-hour front desk and round-the-clock room service.
Equally suited to business guests and leisure travelers, SoHo Metropolitan Hotel specializes in personalized service. Its high-spec business center is fully staffed, and its concierge team is Les Clefs d'Or certified. For trips around Toronto, ask about the complimentary sedan service (available Monday–Friday until 9 a.m.) in a luxury Lincoln Continental.
Get the very best features of a luxury hotel within the comforts of a residential setting.
The jewel in the SoHo Metropolitan Hotel's crown is Luckee, a modern take on dim sum from multi-award-winning chef Susur Lee. A Toronto destination in its own right, it serves up traditional recipes filtered through French classical technique and global influences. For a casual dining experience, head to family-run Wahlburgers, or grab a coffee, breakfast, or light bite at Senses Café. When cocktail hour arrives, choose from oddball "Wahlcoctions" at Wahlburger or relaxed classics and cutting-edge mixology at Luckee.
Luckee – The SoHo Metropolitan Hotel's flagship restaurant looks like a Chinese tea house with a futuristic twist; traditional motifs appear on neon signs, back-lit panels and floor-to-ceiling murals. Try the signature cheung fun — soft rice rolls with crispy fillings — or Lee's unique take on Peking duck. The cocktail menu ranges from classics to exotic Luckee originals, and the extensive wine list is accompanied by an expertly curated selection of sake.
Senses Café – Meet and relax in the SoHo Metropolitan Hotel's sophisticated café space, serving fresh coffee, homemade pastries, breakfasts and light meals. Open from early morning to late afternoon, Senses can set you up for the day with a hearty buffet breakfast, re-energize you with a mid-morning flat white, or serve up tempting shareable plates for a sociable lunch.
Wahlburger – Mark, Donnie, and Paul Wahlberg's burger and sports bar concept offers a menu of simple classics and fully loaded house creations. Go for a Dad's Basic — sauce, onions, and pickles — or a BBQ Bacon Burger, which layers on bacon, avocado, jalapenos, and BBQ sauce. Fish and chicken options and a range of salads mean there's something for everyone.
Relax out or work out at SoHo Metropolitan Hotel's health and fitness center, featuring a lap pool, steam rooms, and a well-equipped gym, where programs are overseen by star trainer Dalton Brown. Peruse striking contemporary art throughout the hotel, including a colorful Dale Chihuly piece and a limited-edition Albert Watson portrait of Steve Jobs.
Out in downtown Toronto, head a few blocks south to see the Blue Jays play at the Rogers Center, then stroll to the adjacent CN Tower for the ultimate view over the city. Head south from there to visit The Power Plant, Toronto's waterfront contemporary art gallery. As night falls, return north to dine on "restaurant row" — an area of taste-making eateries up and down King Street West — and catch a show in the Theater District.
SoHo Metropolitan Hotel
There's downtown, and then there's downtown. The SoHo Metropolitan Hotel puts you between the Fashion District, Entertainment District, and Chinatown, and just a few blocks north of the Queen's Quay waterfront, where ferries depart for Lake Ontario and the Toronto Islands. Whatever you're in town for, this is the perfect base.
Pearson International Airport is 10 mi / 16 km and 25 minutes away.
You can join Toronto's tram system just a block away or walk to the Union Station transport hub, which offers long-distance trains to most major Canadian cities and an express link to Toronto Pearson airport.