Westin Harbour Castle Hotel
The hotel was originally built in 1975 as the Harbour Castle Hilton by the Campeau Corporation. The hotel was part of the first wave of revitalizing Harbourfront from industrial to residential and commercial district. It was the first Hilton hotel to locate in the city.
The twin-towered 34-storey building sits along Toronto Harbour and now offers 977 rooms after a renovation in 2007. The top of the hotel features two restaurants, Mizzen and Toula. Both have a panoramic view of the city. The rooftop restaurant located on the southeast tower once revolved, but it has since ceased in 2001. The restaurant offers a view of the lake and can see Rochester, New York on a good day.
A convention centre building is attached to the hotel on the northside and accessible from an elevated glass walkway. The convention centre offers 31 rooms, including the 2,300 square feet (210 m2) Grand Metro Ballroom. It is also connected to Harbour Square condos with a glass walkway.
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