Toronto’s 3-Storey Rooftop Patio Has Been Transformed & It’s Like A Trip To The Hamptons

Food, cocktails, and sky-high swimming await.

Toronto Senior Staff Writer

You can get a little taste of summer in the Hamptons at this newly revamped rooftop oasis that recently opened in Toronto.

Hotel X has completely transformed its three-storey patio into a destination called the Summer House, complete with new food, decor and more.

Hotel X | Handout

The 75,000 square-foot venue features five different areas where you can have a mini staycation all season long and into the fall.

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No summer outing is complete without some good food and drinks, and you can enjoy dishes like adult ice cream or tacos, and sip cocktails like rosé sangria.

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You can enjoy different offerings on certain days such as Afternoon Delight, a boozy take on afternoon tea complete with margaritas and sliders, or Relax Mondays, an event specially designed for hospitality workers.

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There will also be DJs on certain nights and outdoor spin and yoga classes taking place throughout the summer.

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Pack up your swimsuit and spend the day like you're in ehe Hamptons at this dreamy, revamped patio.

Summer House at Hotel X

Hotel X | Handout

Price: Free admission

Address: 111 Princes' Blvd., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: Have a mini vacation without leaving the city at this reimagined tropical patio.

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