Old is New at The Broad­view Ho­tel

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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.

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