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Toronto’s newly renovated Four Seasons took up a new address in the city’s upscale Yorkville neighbourhood in October 2012. The star of the soaring, 55-story property is the two-story, 30,000-square-foot spa—the largest found in any Four Seasons property worldwide. In addition, the hotel will have 259 newly designed rooms with unparalleled views on higher floors of the 55-story building and marble bathrooms with hidden-mirror TVs and deep soaking tubs. Downstairs will be Café Boulud, a glam new restaurant by Daniel Boulud, and dbar, a lounge with 20-foot, floor-to-ceiling windows.