The Ritz-Carlton, Toronto Rating: 5.0 Pearls

Doing business in the Great White North is easy when you're staying at these business-friendly hotels: From its high-end decor to its high-tech amenities, the 267-room Ritz-Carlton exudes a luxurious vibe. The design style is a blend of modern and traditional; the lobby, for example, features large open arches, wood-paneled walls, trendy mid-century modern furniture, high ceilings with funky fixtures -- and the occasional large marble leaf embossed on the tile floor. Business Perks: The hotel has the largest luxury ballroom in Toronto, fitting up to 600 guests, and a wide variety of meeting spaces, many with floor-to-ceiling windows and lovey views.

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 Doing business in the Great White North is easy when you're staying at these business-friendly hotels:
From its high-end decor to its high-tech amenities, the 267-room Ritz-Carlton exudes a luxurious vibe. The design style is a blend of modern and traditional; the lobby, for example, features large open arches, wood-paneled walls, trendy mid-century modern furniture, high ceilings with funky fixtures -- and the occasional large marble leaf embossed on the tile floor.
Business Perks: The hotel has the largest luxury ballroom in Toronto, fitting up to 600 guests, and a wide variety of meeting spaces, many with floor-to-ceiling windows and lovey views.
Doing business in the Great White North is easy when you're staying at these business-friendly hotels:
From its high-end decor to its high-tech amenities, the 267-room Ritz-Carlton exudes a luxurious vibe. The design style is a blend of modern and traditional; the lobby, for example, features large open arches, wood-paneled walls, trendy mid-century modern furniture, high ceilings with funky fixtures -- and the occasional large marble leaf embossed on the tile floor.
Business Perks: The hotel has the largest luxury ballroom in Toronto, fitting up to 600 guests, and a wide variety of meeting spaces, many with floor-to-ceiling windows and lovey views. The 618-room Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac is a grand and ornate Quebec City landmark. It's housed in a 19th century castle, which was used as a stopover destination for Canadian Pacific Railway riders, and is full of ornate design features, such as a grand double staircase, wood paneling, coffered ceilings, and chandeliers. Amenities include a beautiful indoor pool with Jacuzzi, steam rooms, a fitness center, and a fine dining restaurant with sweeping views.
Business Perks: The hotel's reputation is sure to impress your clients, while the hotel's well-equipped business center will keep you connected to all of your partners. The Shangri-La offers uber-luxe digs in Downtown Vancouver. Catering to the business traveler, the hotel's large rooms feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs with DVR, bedside controls for curtains and lights, and floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking downtown. The hotel also has a Jean-Georges restaurant and a hip spa, both of which are extremely pricey and only add to the hype.
Business Perks: The hotel's six meeting venues all have state-of-the-art technology and can fit from 10 to 110 people. The Blue Moon Theater -- a 36-seat screening room -- is also available to reserve. Hotel Le Crystal, located in Downtown Montreal, is convenient for both business travelers and families, thanks to its big suites with kitchenettes and pull-out sofas. Room decor is clean-lined and contemporary, with lots of wood accents, while the lobby delivers more of a wow factor with its sleek, trendy style. The lovely indoor pool offers great views of the city through floor-to-ceiling windows, the French brasserie is elegant, and the fitness center is big and modern.
Business Perks: In addition to lovely meeting rooms, the hotel also has a business center and lounge perfect for negotiating business deals. Plus, the hotel offers extended stay rates if you're going to be in town for a while ironing out the particulars. This 261-room Trump property is one of Toronto's top luxury hotels, located conveniently in the city's Financial District near many tourist sights. Contemporary decor is opulent without being over-the-top, and the rooms feature many high-end details, such as fireplaces, deep soaking tubs, wet bars, iHome sound systems, and Nespresso machines. The on-site restaurant, appropriately called STOCK (a nod to the hotel's FiDi location), serves solid locally sourced fare.
Business Perks:  It's an excellent pick for business travelers, with 12,000 square feet of event space available and two lounges popular with the suit-and-tie set. This 77-room luxury boutique has a modern, stylish feel, with a glam lobby (think: velvet couches, dark wood ceilings, and a stunning black-and-white granite fireplace surround) and a popular French bistro. The large, sleek rooms may be the highlight, with subtle earth tones, floor-to-ceiling windows, and decadent marble bathrooms, but the Downtown Vancouver location is convenient as well.
Business Perks: Meeting rooms at the Loden are stylish and sophisticated, and the hotel also offers a full business center, secretarial and translation services, and car service. The Four Points Sheraton Levis Convention Center is a comfortable, stylish place for a business retreat, featuring spacious, modern rooms with great light. Bathrooms are contemporary, and some have appealing soaking tubs and separate walk-in showers. The year-round outdoor heated pool is a nice touch -- though it may not be particularly appealing during Quebec winters. The distance from Quebec City is a bit of a detractor for this hotel, but a shuttle bus to the Old City is available from June through September, and a ferry that connects directly to the Old City is nearby. For a cost effective and stylish way to see the Old City, Four Points is a solid pick.
Business Perks: The 24-hour business center is a well-equipped to handle the needs of our savvy travelers, as does the free Wi-Fi and the four meeting spaces. The sophisticated, 291-room Park Hyatt has all the trappings you'd expect from one of Toronto's top luxury hotels -- a great spa, a terrific fine dining restaurant, a rooftop bar with gorgeous views, excellent service -- but the decor feels a tad plain and dated for a property of this caliber. The location right on Bloor Street, however -- home to some of the city's best high-end shopping -- is hard to beat.
Business Perks: With a free car service within a 3-mile radius, the Hyatt in Toronto may be a convenient option for business travelers. Plus, the 24-hour business center is manned by IT professionals, and the state-of-the-art meeting rooms have their own concierge. Located on the edge of Old Montreal, the InterContinental offers contemporary rooms decorated in creams and rich reds, and sleek marble-and-granite bathrooms. (The hotel promises "sexytude" on its website, and the rooms are indeed a bit sexier than you'd expect from an upscale chain). The saltwater pool, a sun deck, and a trendy bar and restaurant are all pluses.
Business Perks: As with all InterContinental properties, this hotel is well-equipped for business travelers, with a fully fledged business center, courier services, executive floors and suites, and secretarial services available. The 111-room Times Hotel & Suites draws business travelers with its location near the Quebec City International Airport. The lobby is decorated with dark hues and has a modern enclosed glass fireplace and comfy black leather chairs. Contemporary rooms feature kitchenettes and free Wi-Fi, and stylish bathrooms have shower/tub combos. Suites come complete with fireplaces and large whirlpool tubs.
Business Perks: In addition to its seven meeting rooms and business center, the hotel offers a competitive corporate rate program.
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