Something special has arrived in Canada just in time for Christmas. That something is a new St. Regis property. In fact, St. Nick is bringing the first-ever St. Regis to the Great White North this holiday season. The doors to this luxurious property officially opened on Nov. 28.

The St. Regis Toronto is a luxury property that stands 65 stories tall above the city. It is being marketed as an international hot spot for both business and leisure travelers. Guests of the hotel will be able to walk to entertainment venues, sports arenas, theaters, shopping spots and key financial institutions within the city. In fact, the new St. Regis Toronto is just steps away from places like the CN Tower, Scotiabank Arena and Union Station.

The St. Regis Toronto doesn't skimp when it comes to offering the luxurious amenities guests expect from a Marriott-owned property. Guests will enjoy round-the-clock butler services. The list of perks in store for guests includes packing and unpacking services, garment pressing and beverage service. Guests can access these perks using a new eButler chat function that's been introduced on Marriott's mobile app.

The opening of the new St. Regis Toronto also introduces some new culinary options to the city. The hotel features a restaurant called LOUIX LOUIS and a café lounge called the Astor Lounge. LOUIX LOUIS offers a dramatic, upscale setting and a menu full of American cuisine crafted using French-inspired techniques.

The St. Regis Toronto also comes with 12,000 square feet of event space that can be used for both business events and personal events. In addition, an impressive collection of meeting rooms 30 stories up provides amazing views of Toronto's downtown. Floors 31 and 32 are taken up by a spa that features an infinity-edge saltwater pool, a state-of-the-art fitness center and a yoga studio.

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