The Drake Hotel



The XL, mid-century suite is their biggest space and doubles as a cozy living space away from home. Designed for a larger-than-life personality, this room will make you feel like you're on a vacation that's never going to end. With a view of one of their most endearing, permanent art installations outside the window, this room is an adorable stop-over for the traveler who just wants the essentials. Don't forget to bring earplugs: this room might be cozy, but its attitude speaks volumes.

Whether you stop by for an early breakfast in the café, a burger + beer in the lounge, a delicious dinner in the dining room or to say cheers with a Rust & Bone cocktail on their Sky Yard – The Drake Hotel think dining should be fun. Their menus change with every season and they hope that you like their reinvented classics as much as they do. There’s a reason their food tastes so good. Whether you're dining at the hotel or find yourself at Drake One Fifty in the core, the kitchen team creates seasonal menus from produce sourced from local Ontario suppliers, farms and quality purveyors – many of whom have become friends + keep them connected to the land we all share.

The Drake Hotel think being an actively engaged neighbour is simply the right thing to do. They give back in meaningful ways to charitable organizations they believe in, who work tirelessly to support the community and culture they love.

From neighbourhood clean-ups to promoting local artists and musicians, supporting friends, neighbours and many of Toronto’s iconic cultural institutions has been a big part of the mission for the hotel since day one. They keep community events on the calendar all year round.

The Drake provides a place for the community to gather and engage. This may take shape as a lively sidewalk sale on the Café patio, a chili cook-off with local chefs in our Lounge or a charity dance party in the Underground.

Who knows when the colour green became such a buzz word but at The Drake Hotel, they have always deeply respected their natural habitat and do their best to help the planet every day, learning with measured steps as they grow.