The interiors of the new Kimpton hotel in Toronto tells the story of the past of the city and its modern life. The facade of the building is decorated with graffiti by the famous street artist BirdO, and inside everything is decorated with a stylish modern way with a nostalgic atmosphere. There are a lot of arches, they simultaneously help to unite the space together and are a distinctive feature of the building. The hotel has as many as 188 rooms, each is very cozy. The rooms resemble apartments for long-term rent: there are a lot of upholstered furniture and cozy zones, and nothing in the bathroom gives the hotel feel. As for the color palette, the sand and blue shades are beautifully combined with a restrained blue, gray, green and burgundy. The hotel’s walls are decorated with bright abstract paintings and black and white photos of Toronto residents. And this is another detail that underlines the interesting image of the Kimpton Hotel.