Sleep like a Hollywood A-Lister: Hazelton Hotel

Wednesday, September 5th, 2012

Hollywood and Hazelton Hotels Toronto

On the eve of Toronto’s 37th International Film Festival, The Hazelton Hotel continues to demonstrate why it is the mecca of Hollywood’s A-List. This year they’ve gone out of their way to bring a good night’s sleep to one world weary jet-setter.

“TIFF represents the pinnacle achievement for our guest services team,” remarked David Mounteer, General Manager of The Hazelton Hotel. “While we will never reveal the names of our guests, as privacy is of the utmost importance, we can tell you that their personal requirements are data-based and stored for each return visit. Our team will go above and beyond to make sure that all their needs are met.”

One of the more unusual requests that the hotel has received was for a special bed. This is where The Hazelton Hotel entered into an arrangement with Hästens, recognized worldwide as the leader in handcrafted luxury beds and bedding. With Hästens’ assistance, their finest Vividus bed was secured. This mattress has a typical selling price of $99,900, and is considered the ultimate in comfort.

“While we will never reveal which one of our A-List guests ordered the bed, we can tell you that the experience has a positive note, as we will be extending our relationship with Hästens to secure their products within our suite mix,” said Mr. Mounteer.

Let us know in the comments below who you think might have ordered this oh so luxe bed!

About The Hazelton Hotel

Located in the heart of Toronto’s exclusive Yorkville district, The Hazelton Hotel offers guests 77 luxurious rooms and suites designed by the internationally renowned Yabu Pushelberg. The Hotel is home to a 25-seat Hollywood-standard, private screening room, perfect for film screenings, sporting events, or presentations. The Hazelton boasts an extensive art collection; guests at the Hotel are surrounded by works from top Canadian and international artists.

For reservations, contact 1-866-473-6301 or visit

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