Hotel X

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Hotel X

Toronto, ON
Stephen B. Jacobs Group P.C.
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Hotel X Toronto was designed by Stephen B. Jacobs Group P.C. to embrace all the wonderful flavors of the globe.

“It was imperative that every aspect of Hotel X contribute to providing guests with an unparalleled hospitality experience,” said Stephen B. Jacobs, FAIA, President and Founder of Stephen B. Jacobs Group P.C.

Every detail was carefully selected to offer guests a modern, luxurious experience that encapsulates authentic hospitality and embraces the hotel’s historic and iconic location on 192 acres of city parkland in the heart of Toronto’s Exhibition Grounds.

“To convey our design inspiration within the hotel’s washrooms, we envisioned an elegant European look that ensured as much privacy as it did design impact. Working together with the ASI Group, we created a completely unique design that is atypical in North America,” said Jacobs.

Hotel X’s sophisticated washrooms showcase luxury, with deep partitions surrounded by towering Alpaco™ doors, panels, and pilasters that extend from within inches above the floor to nearly touching the ceiling.

The panels, doors, and pilasters made from 13 millimeter Phenolic (B101 Banian Noirci), and robust aluminum headrails (powder coated in black) provide durability to the elegant structure. Hardware and pedestals made from stainless steel stand out just enough to add the right touch of flair.

Staying true to architect specifications meant partnering with the experienced ASI Group team to source the custom-designed, extra-depth phenolic panels from the company’s European headquarters in Belgium. Additionally, the ASI Group flew in an experienced installer from Belgium to guide local crews on the custom installation.

The stunning washrooms complement the upscale, tailored design of Hotel X, welcoming discerning guests to the bespoke experience of sophisticated luxury.

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