The Windsor Arms Hotel is a boutique, 5 star hotel located in the heart of Toronto's fashionable Yorkville district. The hotel has been the home away from home for visiting royalty, aristocracy, stars of film and screen as well as heads of state and industry. Renowned world wide for it's excellence, intimacy and attention to the finest details. Originally built in 1927, and then completely rebuilt in 1999, the hotel harmoniously synthesizes the comfort and convenience of the 21st Century with a distinct spirit and the aesthetic of a bygone era. With event spaces able to accommodate everything form a small meeting for 6 up to a large gala for 3000, we offer unparalleled service to seamlessly guide you through all the decisions in the event planning process. Here to offer support, our team of experts will assist you in planning the perfect menu, guiding you on design decisions, provide you with our list of preferred partners and assist in executing all the event set up, thus providing a true one stop shop.
Gallery of Windsor Arms Hotel
Did a take away for Afternoon tea during Covid. Absolutely loved it - the scones were so buttery and nice! Sandwiches were good too!
Came here the other week for afternoon tea with my girlfriend. Girlfriend really enjoyed it. Nice ambiance, staff were very accommodating and pastries were delicious
Went for tea service on a Friday afternoon. Staff were very accommodating, even when we called to say we'd be a little late. The decor is beautiful and fits the theme. The pastries and sandwiches were very fresh and tasty! Would recommend :)
A beautiful boutique hotel, the five-star Windsor Arms is tastefully decorated in a very traditional style. Youll find lovely antiques and artworks on show alongside fabulous furnishings, lending the place a very English look and feel.The hotel has two splendid restaurants for guests to try, as well as an indoor pool, fitness centre, and business centre. Its European-inspired spa is the highlight.Location: The Windsor Arms is a five-minute walk from the Royal Ontario Museum and Yorkville Avenue shopping district. Guests can hop on the metro and find themselves in downtown in just 15 minutes.
Rude old front desk guy has no manners when dealing with a customer . He needs to be replaced and would not be coming back