St. Regis Toronto

With Bonvoy’s award chart elimination, we’ve been more picky in which hotels to redeem our Marriott points for. Nevertheless since the St. Regis Toronto was reasonably priced (66,000 points/night), we decided to redeem our award nights here for the long weekend.

Superior Suite

Our room wasn’t ready yet in the morning. Thus, we decided to explore the city. The hotel is centrally located so it’s quite easy to see the sights of Toronto simply by walking.

Disappointedly, when we returned to the hotel at around 4:00pm, our room still wasn’t ready. Nevertheless, we got proactively upgraded to the Superior Suite, which normally retails for almost 1000 CAD per night.

On top of the proactive upgrade we got gifted 20,000 Bonvoy points for the inconvenience, which was appreciated. Our faces were grinning from ear to ear when we got the upgrade/gifts.

The Superior Suite has 2 bathrooms. The first one is by the entry-way.

And the master bathroom, which has a really cool in mirror T.V.

There’s also a living room, which is convenient for friends and families to hangout.

Lastly, a notable amenity in this hotel is their rooftop pool, which Chloe spent a lot of time in.

Overall, the St. Regis Toronto is a decent option if you’re ever in Canada. Its comfort and prestige matches similar St. Regis properties we’re familiar with in other cities. The proactive suite upgrade and gift of points for the check-in inconvenience was also appreciated.

For 66,000 points / night (44K if you include the 20,000 bonvoy points gift “discount” 😉 ), this property is a great use of Marriott points compared to some U.S. properties where they charge over 100K/night for relatively the same experience.

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