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Framed abstract painting on woman and man in a top hat Framed photo of man kissing a woman on the cheek while holding a bottle of champagne Framed photo of well dressed woman looking into the distance to the left Framed photo of woman in gown with fur collar Framed oil painting of woman in red dress and black fur jacket Framed photo of several female mannequins looking in different directions Framed photo of woman in dress with fur coat draped on her arms Framed photo of Man and Woman dancing in ballroom Framed photo of men in top hats and a woman sitting at a party table Framed painting of woman in dress smoking a cigerette Framed painting of man in suit and tophat Framed photo of woman in feathered head dress looking down Framd photo of woman dressed in burlesque

Welcome to à toi

This small boutique hotel, built in the 1920s by French Millionaire Antoine Mercier, was to be his gift to the city of Toronto, but the name − meaning ‘to you’ − was an inside joke between he and his wife Isabel, as it was really his gift to her.

Mercier died during the hotel’s construction, and although it was generally considered to be of a heart attack, darker rumours circulated and the death was investigated by the Gendarmerie. Nothing came of the investigation and the case was closed. While Isabel slowly works to complete the hotel, her heart isn’t in it. Her focus, frozen in time, is in the lobby bar that bears the hotels name.

This is à toi.

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We reserve most of our seating for walk-in guests, and only take a limited number of nightly reservations, by email, for large groups of 8 or more.
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On busy evenings, the earlier you arrive the easier it will be to get seating. We can assure you most anyone who’s ever waited agrees that it’s worth it. We want you to have the best possible experience at à toi and if you have special requests or requirements, please don’t hesitate to ask.

For events or groups of 15 or more, please contact

For inquiries unrelated to reservations, you may call us at 416 408 4044.

B1 – 214 King St. W
Toronto, ON


Built By Restarone Inc using Violet Rails