Hyatt has officially reopened its Park Hyatt property in Toronto following a restoration of its interiors.

Designer Alessandro Munge of Studio Munge has redesigned the Park Hyatt Toronto, drawing inspiration from Canada’s seasons and natural landscapes. Interiors feature modern materials, soothing colour schemes and nods Canadian heritage, art deco and literature.

The hotel’s permanent art collection, which highlights pieces from renowned Canadian and indigenous artist, includes new public art sculpture ‘Rendezvous’ by Canadian artist An Te Liu and large-scale tapestry in the lobby ‘Dead Ringers’ by Canadian artist Shannon Bool.

The hotel’s 219 rooms, which includes 40 suites, feature contemporary design, while a presidential suite on the 14th floor includes a foyer, a chef’s pantry and dining room, a study and living room with a fireplace, and a stone-tiled bathroom.

New to the hotel is Joni, a casual bistro-style restaurant inspired by Toronto’s arts and culture scene. The restaurant, which features contemporary cooking techniques, offers breakfast, lunch, cocktail and dinner service.

The hotel’s existing 17th floor rooftop cocktail bar has been renamed Writers Room and pays homage to the literary icons who have previously frequented the hotel. Meanwhile, a spa and wellness centre will join the hotel “at a later date” and include personalised treatments.

Bonnie Strome, general manager at Park Hyatt Toronto, commented:

“The remarkable transformation was thoughtfully crafted to provide unparalleled luxury experiences across culinary, arts and culture, travel and design.”