14 Most Expensive Things That Only Toronto’s Elite Can Afford
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Toronto is considered to be one of the most established cities in the world. Many celebrities visit our city frequently because there are many services available that will fit their financial status.
What is it like to live the life of the rich and famous? If you had all the money in the world where would you eat, where would you stay? What car would you drive? Would you spend an outrageous amount of money on these commodities? Here's a list of 14 most expensive things that only Toronto's elite can afford:
Empress for a day treatment // $695
At the Old Mill Spa you can indulge in a 7 hour remedy for $695. The package include a 60 minute massage, a 30 minute Reiki, (a healing technique) rejuvenated treatment, soufflé wrap, a lavender manicure with paraffin and a rosemary mint pedicure. Parking and lunch is complimentary.
We are Yorkville body treatment // $495
One of the most luxury spas is located in the Four Seasons Hotel. For $495 you will receive a 60 minute treatment that includes a foot bath, full body dry brushing, a hemp seed scrub, a warmed honey wrap and a patchouli hemp oil massage.
Most expensive haircut // $450
According to Fashion Magazine, the most expensive Canadian hairdresser is Jie Matar. The hair god charges $450 whose salon is located at 180 Davenport Rd.
Gold Pumping Facial // $295
This exclusive 90 minute facial treatment is offered for $295 at the Four Seasons Spa. The facial includes an extraordinary copper-enriched lactic-acid peel, an anti-inflammatory gold serum, a unique plumping massage and a gentle eye contour massage and a nourishing poultice of organic wheat hydrates with a Gold Shimmer oil. The facial will lighten your skin pigmentation, reduce the depth and appearance of wrinkles and remove bags from your eyes.
River Stone Pedicure // $100
Still Water Spa offers an exclusive pedicure treatment which includes a warm stone massage, completed with polish for $100.
1/2 ounce of Louis XIII // $1,000
Shoushin is a Japanese restaurant that has the only bottle of Louis XIII in a licensed establishment in Canada. For $1,000 you will receive a complimentary sushi plate along with the 1/2 ounce of Louis XIII.
Barchef takes cocktail experience to a total different level. For $100 you can get a punch bowl with almond orgeat, rum, pineapple juice and lavendar infused maraschino liqueur.
Attention Manhattan lovers! For $40 you can have the most expensive manhattan in Toronto at Barchef. This cocktail has very interesting flavors to it, owning to the variety of balanced ingredients. It includes crown royal special reserve, vanilla infused brandy, cherry and vanilla bitter, hickory smoked syrup, smoked hickory and vanilla.
Kopi Luwak Coffee // $50
If you thought Starbucks was expensive, check out the Coffee Bar at Pusateris. For $50 you can get a a bag of Kopi luwak, a coffee that has part-digested coffee cherries eaten and defecated by the Asian palm civet.
22 oz Rib Eye Steak // $550
Toronto's finest steakhouse Jacob's serves a ribs eye steak for $550. What makes this steak so pricey? It's an A5 Black Tajima imported from the Kagoshima prefecture in Japan.
Pemaquid Oyster // $525
This exceptional jumbo oyster that is the size of your palm costs $525 a piece and is offered at Rodney's Oyster House.
Cupcake // $900
The world's most expensive cupcake came from Le Dolci Cupcakes and Cakes pastry shop, that is one of Toronto's finest bakeries. This custom order was made of with a $1,000 bottle of Krug Collection Brut Champagne, chocolate cup with gold flakes, gold strips, and diamonds made from sugar. It was garnished with gold fondant flora and fauna, along with champagne caviar bubbles using molecular gastronomy.
Lamborghini Gallardo // 1,500 per day
Rent this exotic car from Affinity Luxury Car Rentals for 1,500 per day, that comes up to almost $17,000,000 per year.
Royal Suite // 16,000 per night
The most prestigious suite in Toronto is located inside the five star Four Seasons Hotel in the heart of Yorkville. The Royal one bedroom suite is on the 21st floor of the hotel and goes for 16,000 per night.The luxury room displays one of the most beautiful views in Toronto, with a 180-degree view of the northern cityscape, a large elegant dining room, a fully equipped kitchen, fantasy bathrooms and a private office.
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