316 | flight316
- Queen bed
- 184 sq ft (17 sq m)
- 3 piece bathroom with hairdryer
- Hypo-allergenic duvet and pillows, 300 thread count sheets
- Studio-size ironing board (full sized ironing board available by calling the Front Desk)
- Samsung Galaxy Tablet with digital concierge system and browser for free internet surfing
- Coffee and tea service in the 3rd floor lounge (7am-10am)
- Fitness facilities available at 99 Sudbury Gym
- Telephone with private voice mail and free local calls
- 20″ flat screen television with premium cable
- All-natural Canadian bath products
- Safety deposit box
Find out more about our complimentary and extra room amenities HERE.
Designed by Adam Berkowitz and George Simionpoulos.
Industrial designer Adam Berkowitz launched his career in New York City after completing a Masters Degree at Pratt Institute. Known for his innovative and sophisticated yet playful design sensibility, Adam has designed and developed furniture and products for Umbra, The Ralph Lauren Home Collection, and Fish Design / Studio Gaetano Pesce. He has also designed custom furnishings and interiors for retail, corporate and residential clients. Now based in Toronto, Adam co-founded and runs Adam Be Design, a multi-disciplinary design and trading company.
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George Simionopoulos is a graduate of the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design, and recipient of the Architectural Research Centre Consortium/King Medal for excellence in Architecture and Environmental Design Research. Motivated by a passion for tectonics and craftsmanship, George has designed and fabricated architectural and industrial design projects that range from table wear to city blocks. George is principal of Group Two Design Inc., an agile design studio and engine for experimentation and discovery that he established with Erica Pecoskie in 2006.
Our design strategy was guided by a dedication to purity – of materials, form, function and space. flight316.ca is composed of three design themes, each reflecting the experience of the traveler:
The hotel room – as container of the guest – provides a safe haven. Similarly, floating boxes contain and organize the elements of this comfortable hotel room both visually and functionally. Hand crafted from walnut wood, the furniture serenely floats above the floor.
A dual metaphor for the meandering traveler and the concierge, the continuous wall-mounted rail system takes on different functions as it wanders throughout the room and guides the guest into and around thespace.
The upholstered and scented sky mural opens the room and virtually extending the space beyond the physical perimeter and underscoring the liberation of travel. This effect provides the guest with a feeling of space and freedom while adding nature and art to the room.