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Four Seasons Hotel Toronto shines bright like five AAA diamonds

Just 0.3% of 59,000 AAA approved hotels and restaurants receive the travel authority's highest rating.

TORONTO – The brand new Four Seasons Hotel Toronto has been awarded the coveted AAA Five Diamond Award. Properties at this level require experienced, highly qualified staff to provide the custom service today’s luxury hotel guest expects, according to AAA.

These establishments deliver unmatched guest comfort with luxurious accommodations, extraordinary facilities and many personalized amenities. Four Seasons Hotel Toronto is part of a select group representing the upper echelon of the hospitality industry in North America. Currently, just 125 hotels and 53 restaurants hold the AAA Five Diamond Rating.

“It is a real honour to receive the AAA Five Diamond Award designation,” said Dimitrios Zarikos, Regional Vice President and General Manager of the hotel. “This award is a reflection of our dedication to exceptional service, quality product and genuine hospitality for every guest. The Five Diamond Rating acknowledges the hard work and dedication of our entire team.”

“AAA Five Diamond establishments consistently exceed the expectations of the most discriminating traveler – the AAA inspector. They provide guests with a highly personalised, memorable experience in a luxurious setting,” said Michael Petrone, director of AAA Tourism Information Development. “AAA is pleased to recognize Four Seasons Hotel Toronto with the Five Diamond Rating.”

The brand new flagship Four Seasons Hotel Toronto opened October 5, 2012 and features 259 guest rooms, a 30,000 square foot luxury spa, glass enclosed event rooms and signature Cafe Boulud and dbar by international restaurateur and Chef Daniel Boulud.

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