Bisha Hotel Toronto Does Retro Right
Bisha Hotel Toronto
Pour another Rob Roy and settle in at Bisha Hotel Toronto, where geometric prints and moody color schemes are giving off all the right kind of glam vibes. Harkening back to the height of retro decadence, this is disco meets fashion, a decade reimagined with quality materials and lush textures, creating a space that feels luxurious and casual at the same time. The lobby gives a nod to a bygone era of power players and glamour models, with crushed velvet paneled walls trimmed with jet-black lacquered wood and an etched golden reception desk with matching backdrop wall. Bold, boundary-pushing art choices — a fuchsia Jeff Koons sculpture in the lobby, a framed Damien Hirst scarf for Alexander McQueen in the lounge, Andy Warhol pop art prints in corridors, powerful Maxine Bocken photography in washrooms — are abundant. Named for famous artists — the Nina, the Frank, the Grace, the Stella — the rooms are fitted out with the same luxury retro styling. Armoires, cocktail carts, and custom beds, alongside prints of supermodels and magazine covers in silver, black, and white frames, evoke the feel of a vogueish residence. Audacious and provocative, Bisha Hotel emboldens and empowers.
Vibe: Artistic and sophisticated with a nod to the sultry 1970s.
Standout Detail: The food scene. With K?st, Mister C Bar, Akira Back, and French Made all on site, you won’t need to go further than the ground floor to find a tempting, decadent bite.
This Place Is Perfect For: Global citizens, artful movers, and influencers; the elevated fashion, art, and design will appeal to power players and fashion and media crowds alike.