Room 404 celebrates Canadiana and pays homage to the long tradition of travel inspired by the history of the hotel itself. The design work is tongue in cheek, smart, and fun.
- Queen bed
- 266sq ft (25 sq m)
- 4 piece bathroom with hairdryer
- North view
- 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 The Big Stuff and Jenny Francis
What is Canadiana? It is a caricature. It can be a little bit kitsch and endearingly romantic, hinting at epic spaces and endeavors. We have chosen to be both specific and deliberately un-specific, relying on abstracted images, colours and shapes…. A glimpse of the woods at the cottage. The hue of cedar paneling. A window that glows above CN rail lines. A slit of light through a sepia photograph. The texture of wool. The light cast through turning leaves. We are fabricating nostalgia: a brief, whimsical fantasy of Canada.
Jenny Francis is an architect and an interior designer, and principal of the company Jenny Francis Design. She is passionate about both disciplines, integrating them for a uniquely holistic and detailed approach to each project.
The Big Stuff is a reupholstering business run by husband and wife duo Charlene and Grant Gilmour. Charlene attended George Brown College for Furniture Production & Design, and specialized in upholstery in her second year. Grant is a former contractor whose proficient carpentry skills complement Charlene’s creative flair. Recent projects include: upholstery of furniture for the Drake Hotel, the banquettes at the Beaconsfield Lounge, and benches at Kubo Radio on Queen Street East. Together they continue to change the landscape of lounges and homes one ottoman at a time.