Built in 1927 to seamlessly blend in with surrounding University of Toronto Victorian buildings, the Windsor Arms encapsulates classic European elegance, refinement, and old-world charm. One block from the university campus and some of the best shopping in the city, including the Bloor Street West corridor in Yorkville, the hotel is also a favourite hangout for celebs during TIFF (the Toronto International Film Festival). Sumptuous suites offer butler service, and include Art Deco-inspired furnishings with separate living areas and a musical instrument. Baby grand, anyone? The hotel boasts one of the finest afternoon teas in the city, a high-end British pub, a private screening room, and a beautifully appointed spa with a panoramic terrace.