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Awesome Jenn Jenn: The Treasure Chest - Carefully Curated European Vintage

Posted By: Christine Korda

The Windsor Arms Hotel is known for it's famous TIFF events as well The Tea Room and the other amazing restaurants. Now - there is a new addition to the Windsor Arms Hotel. Earlier this month I headed to the Windsor Arms Hotel for the exclusive launch of the new vintage fashion and accessories shop, The Treasure Chest. There was a constant flow of champagne - hello, I was in heaven, thank you very much.

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MoVernie Lifestyle on the MOVE: Treasure Chest at Windsor Arms Hotel

Posted By: Christine Korda

MoVernie is on the MOVE again! This time, he and his crew got invited to attend the grand opening of a vintage boutique called the “Treasure Chest” located inside the Windsor Arms Hotel. As we know, Windsor Arms Hotel is famous for its TIFF InStyle Celebrity party. It is also famous for its afternoon high tea, the nice restaurant called “The Living Room” that has a nice outdoor yard to enjoy a glass of wine during warm summer days. To add to this solid Windsor Arms community, located at the corner of the lobby is where the new Treasure Chest Boutique is located.

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In Search of Scrumptious

Posted By: Christine Korda

The Windsor Arms Hotel has a fantastic spread every Sunday. From made to order eggs to fresh cheese to pilaf to decadent desserts, they really do have it all.

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WaySpa: Massage at the Windsor Arms

Posted By: Christine Korda

As a WaySpa Ambassador, I have the privilege to enjoy spa treatments around the city so that I can spread the word about the incredible spas in Toronto and the convenience of WaySpa.

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Calculated Traveller: Tea for Two – High Tea at the Windsor Arms Hotel in Toronto

Posted By: Christine Korda

When I was a child my mom bought me a tea set. I remember it being very special because it wasn’t plastic like the ones my friends had. Mine was white china and it was decorated with little pink flowers, ribbons and bows and even came complete with “silver ware”. I hosted tea parties, as all children do, with my “stuffed” friends but served orange pop and Chinese almond cookies instead of orange pekoe and scones.

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