August 20, 2022
April 22, 2021
Hotels, Restaurants, Parks and Other Cool New Attractions are Coming to Downtown
Also reopening soon—hopefully along with the border—is the fabled Park Hyatt in Yorkville, a notorious literary hangout; past regulars at the rooftop bar include Mordecai Richler and Margaret Atwood, who even namedropped the hotel in The Edible Woman and Cat’s Eye.
November 23, 2017
Last call at Park Hyatt’s legendary Roof Lounge
The Park Hyatt is closing its doors for a major renovation, and with it goes the famous Roof Lounge that has hosted both celebrities and locals for decades. The lounge threw a closing-night party on Wednesday, hosted by Toronto Star columnist Shinan Govani, a sort of “last hurrah” to the classy, wood-panelled establishment, which has been serving since 1936.
April 1, 2019
Iconic Toronto hotel restored and reimagined
The grande dame has great bones. That’s why the landmark Park Hyatt hotel in Toronto’s upscale Yorkville neighbourhood will look very much the same from the outside when a two-year total rebuild is complete. But inside, everything will be fully modern and finished to a high standard of luxury.
April 02, 2019
A Landmark Reborn, Oxford Properties Unveils Designs for Transformation of Toronto’s Iconic Park Hyatt Hotel
Oxford Properties Group (“Oxford”), the global real estate arm of OMERS, today revealed designs for its redevelopment of Park Hyatt Toronto. Long considered to be one of the most venerable sites in Toronto, and one of the most iconic addresses, Park Hyatt Toronto will be fully modernized through Oxford’s plans that will restore the buildings to their true landmark status.