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Enjoyed from the comfort of terraced balconies, Auberge on the Park is a breath of fresh air, a vibrant force that rises above an iconic and storied locale. Once a world-renowned urban resort and the first of its kind, Inn on the Park was the place to see and be seen, effectively crystallizing the luxury now synonymous with Leslie and Eglinton.
Today, nestled up against Leaside and Bayview Avenue, amidst the extravagant estate homes of Bridle Path and Hoggs Hollow, a breeze away from boutique-lined Mount Pleasant and effervescent Yonge Street, the aura surrounding Auberge on the Park is onesteeped in affluence, history, leisure and a wealth of plush, green parkland.
There is a lot of history here. Auberge on the Park is an homage to the iconic status of the former resort, from its bright beginnings in the early 60s, through its continuous reincarnation to hotel, to car lot, to now. Initially selected for its proximity to the Don Valley Parkway and surrounding 600 acres of parkland, Inn on the Park was geared towards upper-class businessmen. It included fine dining, Canada’s first disco, Olympic-sized pools and one of the first-ever on-site fitness clubs. At the time, Inn on the Park epitomized innovation. It was a place to see and be seen.
Auberge on the Park rises from this history-steeped location, breathing new life into the site. It brings forth a fresh, new vigour, highlighted by lush, surrounding parklands. Enjoyed from the comfort of terraced balconies, Auberge on the Park is a breath of fresh air, complete with the glimmer of a historical icon.