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Review: The Living Room at The Windsor Arms Hotel, Toronto

Posted By: Christine Korda

A few days ago I skipped through Yorkville to enjoy lunch at Toronto’s favourite luxury boutique hotel The Windsor Arms. The city was truly blessed with glorious weather in October. Every day seemed as though Summer were blowing us a kiss. I enjoyed sips and nibbles at the hotels famous Tea Room this past Spring as well as a steak centric feast in the Winter of 2012 in their elegant Prime dining room. This summer the team at The Windsor Arms enthusiastically refreshed and rebranded Prime, announcing their new concept as The Living Room.

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An “Exquisite Corpse”: Poetry and Chance in Surrealist Drawings at the AGO

Posted By: Christine Korda

The focus of this installation is a rare cadavre exquis (exquisite corpse) drawing, a remarkable new AGO acquisition made collaboratively by several major Surrealist artists. The creation of cadavre exquis drawings began in the 1920s as a parlour game.

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The 18 Essential Toronto Hotels

Posted By: Christine Korda

The Windsor Arms Hotel was known as Toronto's celebrity hot spot for almost three decades. The hotel continues to provide discreet luxury for those looking to stay out of the spotlight. Many of Toronto's most prominent chefs like Jamie Kennedy and Keith Froggett of Scaramouche, started their careers in the hotel's restaurant.

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Astrogeography: Windsor Arms Hotel

Posted By: Christine Korda

ArgyleEmpire: Destination Toronto: Windsor Arms Hotel ~ Click the picture for the blog post by Cranberry + new pinterest board in honor of Toronto: pinterest.com/... Astrogeo position: in the highly magnetic royal fire sign Leo indicator of personal emotionality, pleasure and sexuality with the earth sign Taurus the sign of local centers, market places and enjoying food. Constellation for a luxury and pleasure orientated town center accomodation.

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Couples Staycations – Windsor Arms Hotel

Posted By: Christine Korda

The Windsor Arms is one of Toronto’s finest Boutique Hotels and Masalamommas looking for old world charm with modern and luxurious touches are sure to love this respite in the trendy Yorkville, Toronto area. The 28-suite hotel can trace its history back to 1927 (though it was closed briefly from 1991 to 1999) and today stands as one of Toronto’s luxe hidden gems. Given that the Toronto International Film Festival has roots in the Windsor Arms, it is no surprise that many a celebrity can often still be spotted here.

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