Trump International Hotel and Tower Canada, Toronto

Trump International Hotel and Tower

The Adelaide Hotel Toronto is a mixed-use skyscraper in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It was built by Markham-based Talon International Development Inc., which is owned by Val Levitan and Canadian businessman Alex Shnaider.

It used to be known as Trump International Hotel and Tower Toronto.

The Trump Organization, a company of American real estate developer and now-President of the United States, Donald Trump, used to hold the management contract for the property and was a minority shareholder in the project. Following the buy-out of the management contract by JCF Capital and the sale of the property to InnVest Real Estate Investment Trust in 2017, the hotel is being operated by Marriott International temporarily as the Adelaide Hotel Toronto. Following renovations, it will join Marriott's St. Regis Hotels & Resorts as The St. Regis Toronto.

After it opened, the Trump Hotel was the target of controversies, including general uproar from the public for the hotel to lose its Trump branding following U.S. President Trump's Executive Order 13769, which restricts refugees from a number of predominantly Muslim countries into the United States.

The tower is located in the Financial District, at 311 Bay Street, on the southeast corner of Bay and Adelaide streets. It is the third tallest skyscraper in Canada (including spire), the tallest mixed-use building in the city and fourth tallest structure in the city.