With its incredible skyline, beautiful lakes, and vibrant city life, it is no surprise that Toronto is a favorite city with its bustling metropolis. Upscale Living magazine went in search of the best hotels, where you will get the incomparable service you deserve.The Ritz Carlton, Ontario, TorontoThis luxury hotel in the heart of the city’s financial and entertainment districts know how to cater to all five of your senses. With the only Spa My Blend by Clarins outside of Paris, your sense of touch will be rewarded at this revolutionary whole body wellness center, exclusive to North America. For taste and the divine accompaniment of smell, you can dine at their choice of three restaurants – TOCA, DEQ Terrace & Lounge, or indulge in a pre-dinner cocktail at Ritz Bar. The sight of your incredible suite might have you uttering the sound of complete surprise as these luxury dwellings start at 650 sq ft for a one-bedroom corner suite, and the pièce de résistance is The Ritz Carlton Suite at an impressive size of 2415 sq ft.Shangri-La Hotel, TorontoThe word Shangri-La is defined as a remote, beautiful imaginary place where life approaches perfection. This rings true at the enchanting Shangri-La Hotel, where the skyline unfolds in front of you from your posh recliner in your opulent suite. Here, guest rooms are spacious in size to allow you to work, sleep, or unwind. Starting at 490 sq ft, the 202 rooms include a generous work area, a large bathroom, and bedrooms designed to improve your sleep experience. The hotel’s signature restaurant is Bosk, where you are taken on an extraordinary culinary journey.For your health and well-being, you can spend time at the Miraj Hamman Spa for traditional Hamman and Gommage treatments. If you favor working out, you can do so at the 24-hour Health Club, where apart from a wide range of exercise options, you can take the plunge in their crystal clear 20-meter lap pool underneath a glass roof.SoHo Metropolitan Hotel, TorontoWhen you set foot in the tranquil surroundings of the SoHo Metropolitan Hotel, you are immediately transported to a world of serenity and privacy. Located in the heart of the entertainment district, this luxury boutique hotel with its 92 guestrooms and suites does not disappoint with offerings of floor-to-ceiling bathrooms clad in marble or the 80 sq ft dressing room with custom millwork closets.Indulge in the luxury penthouse suite with its three stories, featuring a private glass elevator, multiple fireplaces, Kohler Infinity aromatherapy tub, a large rooftop patio with hot tub, and a built-in grill.For dining, Senses Café in the perfect choice for breakfast, decadent treats, or the in-room dining option. The sophisticated cuisine at Luckee Restaurant and Bar prepared by well-known Susur Lee has patrons clamoring for a booking. Imagine dim sum paired with your favorite wine from the extensive wine list, and you’re bound to find yourself in foodie heaven!The Hazelton Hotel, TorontoWhat sets The Hazelton Hotel apart from other accommodation establishments is that it is referred to as the first true luxury hotel in Toronto. With a new standard in style, the dramatic interiors by internationally acclaimed design firm Yabu Pushelberg showcase a melting pot of exciting and sexy interiors.The conception of splendor is evident when entering one of the 62 beautifully designed rooms and fifteen unique suites, with grandeur being a key factor coupled with splashes of old-world inspired Hollywood glamour.For dining, ONE at The Hazelton Hotel is the ideal place to experience world-class Italian and French cuisine. Executive Chef Mark McEwan combines fresh local Ontario produce to create visual and culinary masterpieces that will tantalize your taste buds.For rejuvenation and radiance, visit The Spa at The Hazelton, where Swiss product line Valmont is utilized for world-class facial treatments. Experience specialized massages, created to release the toxins and stress of everyday life.Bisha Hotel & Residences, TorontoThe much-anticipated private-label boutique hotel Bisha Hotel & Residences, is finally coming to Toronto. Designed by Wallman Architects, the hotel’s exterior façade is a dramatic edifice of glass and steel.Elegant and sophisticated condominium suites soar above Toronto’s entertainment district, while the 44-story tower is traditionally clad in red brick and stone trim, retaining the heritage building at its base.The private-label boutique hotel will feature world-class restaurants, a 24-hour café, bar and lounge, casual dining restaurant, a rooftop restaurant, a fitness center, and an infinity pool.