I`ll be seeing this view from the CN Tower, but in a different light…at nighttime, lit up by the glow of the city.
I had the pleasure of visiting Toronto for Fashion Week earlier this year and like with all visits to thriving cities, a few days just isn`t enough. So I feel lucky to go back to discover more of the city and everything luxury it has to offer. Some of the highlights will include art, shopping and gastronomy. I hope you`ll follow along as Toronto uncovers its best indulgences.
I`m being hosted by the Shangri-La Hotel Toronto, located on the west side of University Avenue at Adelaide Street, making it an ideal location in the center of the financial and entertainment districts and an easy walk to shopping and dining areas, theatres and performance venues. Love one of their quotes on the website:
“From timeless luxury come endless memories”
Follow me along on this luxury trip from 14 till 18 November 2012. You can do so through the hashtag #LuxuryToronto on Twitter or via my Facebook page. Make sure to follow Instagram for photo updates.
If you`ve already been to Toronto,
what should`t I miss on this luxury trip?
Note: This campaign is brought to you by iambassador and is sponsored by the Canadian Tourism Commission, Tourism Toronto and Shangri-La Hotel Toronto. As always opinions are my own.
Gayla LaBry says
I love Toronto! A performance of Pantom of the Opera at the historic Pantages Theatre (now the
Canon) during the show’s 10 year run was a major highlight for me. I imagine any production in this theatre would be fantastic. Whatever you do, have a great time!
Thanks Gayla for the tip!
I know I typed Phantom of the Opera, but my computer typed something else 🙂 Sorry about that. Enjoy Toronto!
Eating Italy Food Tours says
Can’t wait to see photos of the meals you have in Toronto. One of Canada’s best culinary scenes at the moment.
Hope you`ve been following along with the hashtag and have seen all the amazing food we`ve had. Delicious!
Red Hunt says
Hope you’re enjoying your time in TO, I am always curious to hear what other travellers think of my city….as I don’t think of it as a great ‘tourist’ place!
I loved it! It was my second visit to Toronto and this time I grew even founder of it. It must be a great place to live as well, as the city has so much to offer, but still that cozy feeling of not being a “big” city.