On the subject of music, or more precisely muzak, the immense, curved lobby is filled with it – think 'Do you know the way to San Jose' on sax. The Azure Restaurant shoots off from the lobby, and lies under an arch of panelled glass. The rooms here are functional and durable, with furnishings and upholstery that have valiantly stood the test of time. The CD player might be an age indicator, and the brown-and-white squiggled carpet can't have ever been fashionable, but the flatscreen and coffee machine help to divert attention.
There is a spa with a saline pool, a Himalayan salt hot tub and a peaceful, plant-strewn outdoor deck, so you can look right up the nose of the CN Tower.