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Published: November  06, 2014

The Drake

The Drake Hotel is a cultural, entertainment and hospitality landmark in Toronto. Ever since we opened our doors on Valentine’s Day 2004, Drake has come to be known as an energetic hub for visual + performance art as well as dining and hospitality. We’re known for providing one of Canada’s most unique and sought after hotel and culinary experiences. As you can tell, we’re clearly more than a place to eat and sleep: we are a Hotbed for Culture.

With a building that dates back to 1890, we've got a lot of history! The Drake first opened as D.A. Small’s Hotel and went through several owners and names like Hotel Cecil and The Stardust Inn. In 1949 Michael Lundy bought the property, renamed it The Drake and made several improvements that you can see today- like our famous grand staircase in our front Lobby.

The current ownership purchased the property in late 2001 and undertook nearly three years of extensive renovations, dramatically enhancing the existing beautiful cultural and architectural elements that have given way to Drake’s current look.

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The Drake Hotel 1150 Queen Street West Toronto-Canadá

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Published: November  06, 2014

The Drake

The Drake Hotel is a cultural, entertainment and hospitality landmark in Toronto. Ever since we opened our doors on Valentine’s Day 2004, Drake has come to be known as an energetic hub for visual + performance art as well as dining and hospitality. We’re known for providing one of Canada’s most unique and sought after hotel and culinary experiences. As you can tell, we’re clearly more than a place to eat and sleep: we are a Hotbed for Culture.

With a building that dates back to 1890, we've got a lot of history! The Drake first opened as D.A. Small’s Hotel and went through several owners and names like Hotel Cecil and The Stardust Inn. In 1949 Michael Lundy bought the property, renamed it The Drake and made several improvements that you can see today- like our famous grand staircase in our front Lobby.

The current ownership purchased the property in late 2001 and undertook nearly three years of extensive renovations, dramatically enhancing the existing beautiful cultural and architectural elements that have given way to Drake’s current look.