The King Edward Hotel
4/5
Location
Information
Reviews
Details

Products and Services

  • Beach,
  • Redeem Starpoints,
  • Weekend,
  • Earn Starpoints,
  • Resorts,

Brands Carried

  • Luxury Collection,
  • Element and Aloft,
  • w Hotels,
  • Regis,
  • Le Méridien,
  • Westin,
    • St,
    • four Points by Sheraton,
  • more...
  • less...
Location
37 King St E, Toronto, ON M5C 1E9
Useful Information

Opening Hours *Holiday hours

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Verify with Merchant

Methods of Payment:

Ratings & Reviews - The King Edward Hotel

How would you rate this business?
4/5
  • Excellent
  • Very good
  • Average
  • Poor
  • Terrible
0
1
0
0
0
    Language:

    What, no reviews yet? Be the first to write one!

    Did you do business with this business? Share your experience!

    Get an opinion about this business!

    Think your friends might be familiar with this business? Ask your friends on Facebook to see what they think.

    Appears in 3 Smart Lists

    Editor’s Pick
    Best champagne brunch in Toronto

    Best champagne brunch in Toronto

    If the King Edward Hotel wasn’t already regal enough, it serves Sunday brunch in the Sovereign Ballroom. The brunch is served buffet style, and includes a seafood bar, an omelette station, Beef Wellington and a decadent assortment of cake! The champagne menu is on rotation.

    View this Smart List
    Charming venues for afternoon tea in Toronto

    Charming venues for afternoon tea in Toronto

    King Edward’s afternoon tea is fit for royalty! The quaint mismatched china and scrumptious finger sandwiches and pastries were designed for the aristocratic aesthetic. There’s also a Jester’s Tea service for those aged 12 and under that includes a double decker grilled cheese, chocolate dipped fruit skewer and a jeweled cookie crown. Service: Friday to Sunday: 1:30 pm - 5 pm

    View this Smart List
    Places in Toronto to relive your favourite movie scene

    Places in Toronto to relive your favourite movie scene

    The Consort Bar in the classic King Street hotel is in a scene in American Psycho when Patrick Batemen (Christian Bale) is at a Gentlemen’s Club with Luis Carruthers (Matt Ross) and comes close to killing him at the sight of his new business card.

    View this Smart List
    Contact this business
    Close menu