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These Are Toronto's Most Exclusive Hotel Suites

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Toronto offers some of the most luxurious hotels in Canada, so it should come as no surprise that the majority of our nicer hotels offer up accommodations for every type of traveler, including the super rich. From the Ritz-Carlton to the Trump Hotel, the city dishes up some sweet suites that includes all of the fixings. The price doesn't come cheap either with one of the priciest hotels asking $20,000/nightly for their 2,500 square foot penthouse; and catering to the very elite. Note that not all hotels are included. Some suites were so exclusive, the hotel staff wouldn't release photos or the even the cost of the room. We've mapped out some of Toronto's most expensive and luxurious hotel rooms and you might just be surprised which celebs have slept in that king size bed. If you know the inside scoop about a luxury hotel room, share it in the comments below. Click on the website for more room photos.


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Four Seasons, $15,000/night

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Located on the 21st floor of the new Four Seasons Hotel and Residences, the penthouse suite is designed by Toronto's most famous design firm, Yabu Pushelberg. With more than 4,000 square feet of space, the suite provides a wrap-around view of the city providing guests the ability to look out into Rosedale valley from their tub. With Luxurious Etro bath amenities, rain-head showers, Nespresso coffee machine, chocolate from Thomas Haas, organic juice by Treehugger Organics, you'll never want to leave.

The Hazelton Hotel, $5,000+/Night

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This five-star Yorkville boutique hotel features just 62 rooms and 15 suites with personalized service. Opened in 2008, the Hazelton kicked off Toronto's luxury hotel boom with a blast. Its Presidential Suite with three bedrooms, four bathrooms, is 4,200 square feet with its own private elevator, wine cellar, and eight flat panel HDTVs.

Park Hyatt, $5,200+/night

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The Algonquin Suite situated on the 15th floor is an opulent living space with great views of the city. Occupants will love the substantial marble bathroom, offering a luxuriously oversized bathtub with jacuzzi jets and a two-person shower. With access to Toronto's favourite rooftop bar, Morton's Steakhouse, and the Stillwater Spa you can enjoy luxury all around.

Windsor Arms Hotel, $2,000/Night

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The Windsor Arms Hotel, the city's classic hotel near Yorkville, offers its luxury suite at $2,000/night. The 1,550 square foot suite includes a living room, dining room, powder room and master bedroom with ensuite, and you're allowed to bring your dog. Included is your very own 24-hour in-house butler.

Shangri-La, $10,000/Night

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For $10,000 per night, the exclusive suite at the Shangri-La Hotel offers 2,200 square feet of luxury. There's a Moon Gate entrance to the master bedroom, a focal point of the room, a living room and dining room. Downstairs of the hotel features a piano bar and the popular Momofuku Noodle Bar.

Trump Hotel, $20,000/Night

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Our most expensive hotel room to date, the Trump International Hotel wants $20,000/night. What does that give you? "The Presidential Suite is approximately 2,500 square feet and located on the 35th floor of the tower with a great view of the city. The room features a living and dining room, a separate breakfast area and lounge, a full operational kitchen with island, a master bedroom with full ensuite and roman tub, and a guest room with another ensuite. The suite has a private elevator to the hotel's Sky Lobby with private lounge area and outdoor terrace. The suite includes a Trump Attaché concierge available around the clock."

Thompson Hotel, $4,500/Night

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The Thompson is Toronto's happening hotel on Bathurst and Wellington Street. Stay in the penthouse suite for $4,500/night and have access to the hotel's amazing rooftop swimming pool. The 2,100 square foot suite includes two bedrooms and bathrooms, a full kitchen, dining room that seats eight and a library. There's comfort food like mac & cheese available downstairs at the Thompson Diner.

Ritz-Carlton, $6,000/Night

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The most expensive room in the hotel is 2,400 square feet and rents for $6,000 a night. The one-bedroom suite features a king-size bed, separate dining and living area, and walk in closet. The bathroom includes a 19" HD television custom designed into vanity mirror and there is a separate fitness area with cardio machines. The exclusive room gives access to the Ritz-Carlton Club Lounge with concierge service and complimentary food and beverage.

Fairmont Royal York, $1,999/Night

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The Queen stays there and so does Justin Bieber. For $1,999/night, the Fairmont Royal York on Front Street offers up its luxurious Royal Suite to only the elite guests. The room itself is 5,000 square feet, two bedrooms both with ensuite bathrooms and a formal dining area. Guests can enjoy a good night sleep on the hotel's customized pillow menu.

Cosmopolitan Hotel, $3,500/Night

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Located in the Entertainment District, the Cosmopolitan Hotel offers up a luxury suite at $3,500/night. The two-bedroom suite is 1,450 square feet with two spa-inspired full bathrooms and a wrap-around balcony with lake views. Not so bad.

Four Seasons, $15,000/night

Located on the 21st floor of the new Four Seasons Hotel and Residences, the penthouse suite is designed by Toronto's most famous design firm, Yabu Pushelberg. With more than 4,000 square feet of space, the suite provides a wrap-around view of the city providing guests the ability to look out into Rosedale valley from their tub. With Luxurious Etro bath amenities, rain-head showers, Nespresso coffee machine, chocolate from Thomas Haas, organic juice by Treehugger Organics, you'll never want to leave.

The Hazelton Hotel, $5,000+/Night

This five-star Yorkville boutique hotel features just 62 rooms and 15 suites with personalized service. Opened in 2008, the Hazelton kicked off Toronto's luxury hotel boom with a blast. Its Presidential Suite with three bedrooms, four bathrooms, is 4,200 square feet with its own private elevator, wine cellar, and eight flat panel HDTVs.

Park Hyatt, $5,200+/night

The Algonquin Suite situated on the 15th floor is an opulent living space with great views of the city. Occupants will love the substantial marble bathroom, offering a luxuriously oversized bathtub with jacuzzi jets and a two-person shower. With access to Toronto's favourite rooftop bar, Morton's Steakhouse, and the Stillwater Spa you can enjoy luxury all around.

Windsor Arms Hotel, $2,000/Night

The Windsor Arms Hotel, the city's classic hotel near Yorkville, offers its luxury suite at $2,000/night. The 1,550 square foot suite includes a living room, dining room, powder room and master bedroom with ensuite, and you're allowed to bring your dog. Included is your very own 24-hour in-house butler.

Shangri-La, $10,000/Night

For $10,000 per night, the exclusive suite at the Shangri-La Hotel offers 2,200 square feet of luxury. There's a Moon Gate entrance to the master bedroom, a focal point of the room, a living room and dining room. Downstairs of the hotel features a piano bar and the popular Momofuku Noodle Bar.

Trump Hotel, $20,000/Night

Our most expensive hotel room to date, the Trump International Hotel wants $20,000/night. What does that give you? "The Presidential Suite is approximately 2,500 square feet and located on the 35th floor of the tower with a great view of the city. The room features a living and dining room, a separate breakfast area and lounge, a full operational kitchen with island, a master bedroom with full ensuite and roman tub, and a guest room with another ensuite. The suite has a private elevator to the hotel's Sky Lobby with private lounge area and outdoor terrace. The suite includes a Trump Attaché concierge available around the clock."

Thompson Hotel, $4,500/Night

The Thompson is Toronto's happening hotel on Bathurst and Wellington Street. Stay in the penthouse suite for $4,500/night and have access to the hotel's amazing rooftop swimming pool. The 2,100 square foot suite includes two bedrooms and bathrooms, a full kitchen, dining room that seats eight and a library. There's comfort food like mac & cheese available downstairs at the Thompson Diner.

Ritz-Carlton, $6,000/Night

The most expensive room in the hotel is 2,400 square feet and rents for $6,000 a night. The one-bedroom suite features a king-size bed, separate dining and living area, and walk in closet. The bathroom includes a 19" HD television custom designed into vanity mirror and there is a separate fitness area with cardio machines. The exclusive room gives access to the Ritz-Carlton Club Lounge with concierge service and complimentary food and beverage.

Fairmont Royal York, $1,999/Night

The Queen stays there and so does Justin Bieber. For $1,999/night, the Fairmont Royal York on Front Street offers up its luxurious Royal Suite to only the elite guests. The room itself is 5,000 square feet, two bedrooms both with ensuite bathrooms and a formal dining area. Guests can enjoy a good night sleep on the hotel's customized pillow menu.

Cosmopolitan Hotel, $3,500/Night

Located in the Entertainment District, the Cosmopolitan Hotel offers up a luxury suite at $3,500/night. The two-bedroom suite is 1,450 square feet with two spa-inspired full bathrooms and a wrap-around balcony with lake views. Not so bad.