This past Tuesday, I was invited by Air Canada to check out its all-new Air Canada Signature Suite, located inside Terminal 1 at the Toronto Pearson Airport. Air Canada Signature Suite is the first for the Canadian airline and this will be a new benchmark in elevating the luxury premium experience to its top International Business customers at this global hub. The food items are created by well-known Chef David Hawksworth, whose first restaurant is in the heart of downtown Vancouver.
The Air Canada Signature Suite officially opens on December 1, 2017 and is accessible to all full fare paying International Business Class customers, excluding upgrades and most point redemption programs.
Here is some of the facts and information provided by the Air Canada Media Team:
- 6,400-square-foot suite
- located by Air Canada’s international departure gates at Toronto Pearson Terminal 1
- can accommodate up to 160 premium customers and is fully complimentary. It hosts a full-service restaurant offering à la carte dining from a Hawksworth-designed menu.
- It also features a cocktail lounge space with full service bar and a selection of hors d’oeuvres and specialty snacks.
Other notable design features of the Air Canada Signature Suite include:
- Design by acclaimed Montreal architecture and design firm Heekyung Duquette;
- High quality wine and spirits supplied by our partners at Diageo and Moet & Chandon Champagne (both brut and rosé available), and feature Signature cocktails;
- Mural by renowned Ottawa artist Gavin Lynch;
- Cloudscape Chandelier by acclaimed Toronto design firm Moss & Lam;
- Exclusive works by local Montreal artists Pascale Girardin and Nicolas Ruel;
- And Luxury skin care products from Molton Brown.
I am very honoured to be given the opportunity to have a sneak peek of this beautiful suite and I am happy to share my photos and experience with all of you. Are you ready? Let’s explore this Air Canada Signature Suite together and begin this amazing experience.
This Signature Suite premium experience was provided by Air Canada. As always, the opinions expressed in this post is entirely my own.