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Review: Four Seasons Toronto | Prince of Travel

Review: Four Seasons Toronto | Prince of Travel

Earlier this year, I enjoyed my first-ever stay with Four Seasons, and what better place to get acquainted with the brand than at its original location in Toronto?

Four Seasons has one of the loftiest reputations among the world’s major hotel chains, and I had heard many amazing accounts about the brand over the years, including its unparalleled level of service.

As a result, I certainly had very high expectations as I arrived at the Four Seasons Toronto to discover what the hype was all about.

Four Seasons Toronto – Booking

Given the Four Seasons Toronto’s location in one of the city’s most desirable neighbourhoods and its lavish reputation as a whole, prices here definitely don’t come cheap. Expect to pay $700–1,200 (CAD) for a regular room, depending on the time of year.

For full disclosure, I was able to book this stay at a favourable industry rate.

Note that unlike many of the popular chains, such as Marriott Bonvoy and World of Hyatt, Four Seasons doesn’t offer a loyalty program in the traditional sense with points and elite status. Instead, Four Seasons only offers a more exclusive, invitation-only guest recognition status to select few clientele who spend significant amounts with the brand. 

Fortunately, there’s still a way to get extra value out of a Four Seasons stay. By booking your stay through the Four Seasons Preferred Partner program, you can enjoy exclusive additional benefits and perks at no extra cost, including complimentary breakfast for two, a $100 (USD) property credit, and more.

Moreover, Four Seasons Preferred Partner differs from other comparable programs, like Virtuoso or Amex Fine Hotels & Resorts, as its own bookings take priority in terms of upgrades, early check-in, and late check-out requests.

What’s more, you’re able to combine all promotional rates with Preferred Partner benefits, including on prepaid and promotional rates in addition to flexible or fully refundable rates.

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