The Windsor Arms has been the home away from home for visiting royalty, aristocracy, stars of film and screen as well as heads of state and industry. The Windsor Arms Hotel is renowned worldwide for its excellence, intimacy and attention to the finest details.
Originally built in 1927, and then completely rebuilt in 1999, the Windsor Arms Hotel harmoniously synthesises the comfort and convenience of the 21st Century with a distinct spirit and the aesthetic quality of a bygone era.
Our dedicated team of staff are at your service to seamlessly guide you through all the decisions of event planning. Here to offer guidance and support, our team will advise and assist you in planning the perfect menu, design and execute all the décor…truly a one stop shop.
5:1staff to guest ratio
320thread count bed linens
2kwine bottles in our cellar
Step into our world
Our spacious suites are designed and furnished to become your home away from home with featuring all of the services, features, and amenities you could dream of.
Health and Wellness
& Spa Facilities
Our full service Spa features a comprehensive line of luxurious skin and body treatments as well as a Bromine Salt Pool, Salt Cave, and state-of-the-art fitness center.
We are pleased to offer culinary grandeur and elegance at Windsor Arms Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Afternoon Tea and our signature Sunday Brunch Buffet.
Explore our 20,000 bottle wine cellar, or sip on one of our seasonally inspired cocktails as you relax and unwind at The Gatsby to the soulful sounds of our live entertainment.
Our guests have spoken
"Afternoon Tea on the Terrace, Mani/Pedi and Oxygen Facial - what a beautiful way to relax with your friends before your big day"
Lisa K. Toronto
"The Salt Cave -what an amazing feeling to rejuvenate"
Charles C. Rio de Janeiro
"Beautifully tranquil yet so inspiring"
Julia B. London
“Tea at Windsor Arms is always wonderful”
Cheryl P. Toronto
“Highest calibre of service and attention to detail”
Sean O. Fredericton
“Beautiful and traditional! Always feel nostalgic in this staple toronto hotel.”
Robert M. Sydney