Monthly Media Roundup: March Edition

Aside from a little slip of unexpected white weather, signs of spring are in the air. Before we break out the raincoats and wellies and brace for April showers, let’s take a look back at all that March had to offer:

Kicking off with some positive press, our flagship project, The Broadview Hotel, was included in this round-up of Things You Can do to Celebrate International Women’s Day in #The6ix. The list, curated by View the Vibe, starts off by noting that when women come together for a shared cause they are a strong force affecting change for this generation and the next. In the spirit of sister solidarity, The Broadview Hotel hosted a cocktail night featuring a panel of women discussing culture, community, and what it means to be a female entrepreneur today.

The Broadview Hotel was also included in Toronto Life’s recurring editorial The Navigator, which rounds up the best the city has to offer. This season’s focus was “Opulent Overnights,” and aimed to take TL readers inside the city’s ritziest new hotels. This full-page feature honed in on some of the Broadview Hotel’s finer details, including the Victorian-inspired floral wallpaper, the display showcase behind the reception desk, and the playful brass pole in the sixth-floor Dominion Suite—an ode to the building’s Moulin Rouge past. Thanks, Toronto Life, for including The Broadview Hotel in your list! You can view the full article in this month’s edition of Toronto Life.

Last but not least, The Toronto Star published a favorable review of the Crow’s Theatre production of The Cherry Orchard. The comedy in four acts is the final play by Russian playwright Anton Chekhov. It explores themes of life, death, transition, and change with characters that are simultaneously ridiculous and touching.

Read the full review from the Toronto Star, or book your tickets to see The Cherry Orchard here.

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