Old is New at The Broadview Hotel
Originally constructed in 1893, the iconic Broadview Hotel in Toronto's east end fell into disrepair over the past century. A recent $25 million restoration has since restored the burnished red-brick building to its original glory, transforming it into a 58-room luxury boutique hotel and culinary hot spot. Highlights of the Broadview Hotel's impressive Romanesque Revival architecture include a facade of terracotta sculptures and a new soaring glass rooftop space offering views of the Don River and Toronto skyline. The Broadview Hotel also appeals to food fans both for the fine contemporary cuisine at its on-site restaurant, The Civic, and as a starting point for exploring the Leslieville neighbourhood, the city's newest food mecca.