Trendsetting 90,000 square feet Dedicated to Health & Wellness

Setting out to create Canada’s largest hotel fitness facility was no small task, but in mid-2018, 10XTO at Hotel X Toronto opened as the ultimate urban fitness and wellness destination.

Encased in floor-to-ceiling glass, 10XTO was designed to bring the outdoors in, providing breathtaking views of downtown Toronto and Lake Ontario. Hotel guests can choose from a variety of cutting-edge sport and fitness technology to enhance their athletic experience beyond the views.

Facilities include nine glass back squash courts, seven singles and two doubles, and four deco-turf indoor tennis courts. The Fitness Center is lined with over 50 Technogym machines, and four dedicated studios offering gym-goers Pilates, Group Cycle, Hot Yoga, and a rotation of other group fitness classes. A golf simulator, a pro shop, nutrition and juice bar, members lounge, and dedicated 3,000 sq. ft. Kid’s Play Center with video game consoles, age-appropriate activities and toys as well as kid-friendly sports courts are available for kids and teens to enjoy while their parents are taking advantage of Hotel X Toronto’s other facilities.

Those looking for peace and tranquility can enjoy Canada’s first Guerlain Spa which will opens in Summer 2019. The partnership will create an exclusive new menu of personalized treatments focusing on beauty and well-being while using signature products for facials, massages and body treatments. The Guerlain Spa at Hotel X Toronto will include ten treatment rooms with gorgeous pre-and-post stay relaxation rooms and spectacular views overlooking Lake Ontario.

It doesn’t end with the amenities at 10XTO – get a little vitamin D at ‘The Pond’ at Falcon SkyBar – an indoor / outdoor pool on the 28th floor open year round or if you’re at the hotel for a business meeting you can energize your employees with fitness breaks throughout your meeting to maximize performance and increase participation such as ‘Mindful Meditation’ or ‘Mid-Morning Moves/Afternoon Mid-Day Stretch.’