Adelaide Hotel Toronto

Toronto, Canada

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Adelaide Hotel Toronto
Adelaide Hotel Toronto
Adelaide Hotel Toronto
Adelaide Hotel Toronto
Adelaide Hotel Toronto



From US$470 per night

– Bedside remote to control lighting and curtains
– Comprehensive spa and fitness centre
– Bathroom has a smart mirror with an embedded TV that defogs itself

– Can be a little difficult to get to due to one-way streets and road closures during rush hour
– Your car can only stay up front for ten minutes or less, so if you have a lot to unload, it may cause some issues


Jennifer BillockJennifer Billock
Review Team

Update July 2017: The Adelaide Hotel Toronto was formerly a Trump Hotel. The property is no longer affiliated with the Trump name and is currently using the name Adelaide Hotel Toronto. References to the original name have now been removed from this review. Contact information will be updated as soon as it is available.

Let’s get this out of the way up front—the Adelaide has possibly the most comfortable beds I’ve ever slept in. Add to that a remote to control the curtains and the lights, a smart mirror in the bathroom, and a minibar to rival a gourmet snack shop, and this hotel is top-shelf in the lap of luxury living.

The hotel wants you to be able to entertain guests like it’s your very own building and not just a short-term stay. To that end, residence are also available for purchase within the building—but both the hotel and the condos have separate elevator banks and lobbies.

A black and white colour scheme is echoed throughout every space in the hotel. The staff refers to it as “champagne and caviar,” with the purpose of leaving out a lot of colour so the guests will come in and change the feel of the space based on the shades they wear.

Everything was immaculate and luxurious, from the marble floors to the black crystal chandeliers, to the cherry blossom motif sprinkled throughout the hotel. Guests are welcome to use the full spa and fitness centre as well as an infinity lap pool. The restaurant had just closed for renovations when I arrived for my stay, so I didn’t get to eat there—but based on the extraordinary flavour of the dreamsicle truffle left at my bedside for my arrival, I can only imagine that the food is divine.