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Hotel X Toronto





McKay Cocker Construction Ltd.

Year Completed




 Toronto, ON


Type of Project



Norr Architects 


Pool Consultant

Counsilman Hunsaker


Rooftop Leisure Pool, Underwater Speakers, LED Pool Lights, Ultra Violet Sanitation System, Accessibility Lift, Tile Finish



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Hotel X, the only hotel on the grounds of Exhibition Place, is more than just your typical hotel in Toronto. It's an urban resort that’s been several years in the making and stands 30 stories tall just off the shore of Lake Ontario. The expansive property encompasses the hotel tower, along with the restored, historic Stanley Barracks, and a 90,000-square-foot sports and spa complex. 


Rooftop outdoor pool at Hotel X in Toronto, Ontario


The brand-new Hotel X Toronto introduces a mix of 404 rooms, 39 of them suites, plus stadium-style movie theatres and seven restaurants, bars and lounges. The top three stores are dedicated to The Peregrine SkyBar and include indoor/outdoor dining options along with a rooftop swimming pool. 


Rooftop outdoor pool with views of the City of Toronto


In 2014, Acapulco Pools was awarded the contract for the installation of the 50-foot-long swimming pool located on the 28th floor. The rooftop swimming pool is part indoor and part outdoor and heated for different seasons. The Peregrine SkyBar is complete with striking views (unlike anywhere else in the city) of the Toronto city skyline and Lake Ontario.


Indoor portion of the rooftop pool with a dividing glass wall  and accessibility lift at the Hotel X in Toronto, Ontario