Tucked In: Bisha Hotel Toronto

I orient myself in the direction of the Bisha Hotel Toronto by following the bassline of the party.

I round the corner onto Blue Jays Way and spot two exotic sports cars waiting outside. “Welcome to the Bisha,” says the doorwoman as she ushers me behind the opaque doors into the reception.

As a hotel built on the know-how of Toronto nightlife mogul Charles Khabouth, the black marble flooring and suave chrome check-in desk are up to dress code. Keeping the “on-the-go” guest in mind, reception is reachable via text message with all requests throughout the day. No need for introductions, your cell phone number is already paired with your room number.

Bisha Hotel Toronto


The Stella Suite…

Modelled to receive the smartest-dressed of guests, the Stella Suite equally divides the space between a foyer, living room and powder room; while slideable doors afford privacy to the master bedroom and spacious bathroom.

Guests can spread out on the long sofa under the gallery wall of fashion photos. Facing the sofa, what appears to be a custom-built floor-to-ceiling mirror lights up to reveal an embedded TV for movie screenings.

Elsewhere in the hotel, rooms and suites designed by Kravitz Design bring a show-stopping blend of brass finishes, marble and velour.

In the bedroom, high thread-count cotton sheets and a pillowtop King size bed envelop sleepy-eyed visitors. Separate reading lights make differing bedtimes a non-issue. For those sensitive to white light, a dimmable bedside lamp changes from snow white to an eye-soothing orange at the slide of a finger. Light’s out!

Bisha Toronto

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