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Toronto's first and only member of The Leading Small Hotels of the World opened in August 2007. Located at 118 Yorkville Avenue, on the northwest corner of Yorkville and Hazelton, the five-star Hazelton Hotel boasts 77 guest rooms and 18 private residences.

Room amenities

Interior design team Yabu Pushelberg created large guest rooms, averaging 600 square feet, with vestibules for noise insulation, nine-foot ceilings and big dressing rooms with floor-to-ceiling mirror walls. Rooms have state-of-the-art sound systems and 42-inch high-definition LCD plasma flat-screen plasma TVs.

Guests can adjust lights and curtains, from their beds, with a remote control system. Instead of "Do not disturb" door signs, they use button commands sent to Housekeeping's computer.

Bathrooms feature dark green and white granite walls, separate rain showers, polished chrome vanities, oversized granite tubs, heated floors and LCD TVs in the mirrors.

Spa and health club

The Hazelton Health Club & Spa has two steam rooms and a lap pool, made from imported Bissaza mosaic tiles. Massage therapists offer spa treatments in four rooms and a manicure/pedicure room. The fitness centre has top-quality equipment and offers the services of a personal trainer. The Health Club has two lounges and separate lockers and dressing rooms for men and women.

Mark McEwan restaurant

A highlight of The Hazelton Hotel is ONE, Mark McEwan's newest restaurant. The 250-seat restaurant offers 24-hour room service, private catering, a private dining room for 16 guests, an outdoor patio that seats 70 and a large bar and lounge.

McEwan, who is chef and owner of North 44 and Bymark, says ONE's menu features classic French and Italian cuisine, made from fresh Ontario produce and international ingredients. The décor includes rich wood floors, smoked glass, mirrors and tiger-eye onyx.

State of-the-art screening room

The Hazelton Hotel's 25-seat Silver Screening Room is in demand during the annual September Toronto International Film Festival. The $2 million screening room boasts state-of-the-art digital projection and surround sound. Designed to Hollywood standards, by Christopher Hansen of Beverly Hills' Simply Home Entertainment, the high-tech theater has sound isolation with 16-foot ceilings and mohair-lined walls.

The screening room's Hall of Mirrors private lounge, designed by Yabu Pushelberg, is suitable for business receptions, presentations and lectures, as well as private screening events. The Joseph Bloor Event Room provides an additional 389 square feet of meeting space for 78 people, theater-style, and a foyer breakout room.