It's a nice enough hotel - it's clean, well-decorated in a modern style and functional. The rooms are a little on the small side and there isn't much in the way of sound insulation, but it's relatively cheap. The major fact which should sell this
hotel to anyone is that it's in a fantastic location right in the centre of Toronto, three minutes from the main train station and five from the CN tower/Air Canada centre complex. It's also nice that there is a Tim Hortons directly across the road, so breakfast is never a problem, either.
It was like renting an ice locker. This room was in the corner of the hotel. There was a 19inch television tucked inside the closet space.
Hardwood floors were unexpected. I gave the room plenty of time to heat up, over an hour - still,
unsatisfactory. I didn't stay long enough to rate much anything else. The wi-fi was not complimentary. I suggest finding another hotel to truly enjoy your time.
Stayed for 4 nights New Year's Weekend for a friends wedding. Room was small but adiquate. We are coffee drinkers and had to ask more than once for additional coffee packets (usually received only one at a time). Original reservation made two
months in advance was not on file when I called to confirm the day before arrival. [...]Location was great for our itinerary.
We had a great experience at this hotel. It was centrally located in Toronto with a very helpful staff. I would suggest you bring your own pillow as all of there's are rock hard. Other than that everything was wonderful.
The hotel and [...] FALSELY ADVERTISED.This ruined my trip. And I only got $100 refund for2 on a 3 night stay. There was garbage everwhere. The rooms were SMALL ANDFREEZING. I immediately cancelled my room and wentsomewhere else.
great downtown location, easy to walk to many main attractions. clean beds but i wanted to use the fitness room but i'm not going to pay $20 for half an hour of workout. the soap and shampoo was awful so bring your own. the servicing of rooms is
great. i didnt like the hard wood floors but my husband did. the tv was older than other hotels we've stayed in but it was a decent size and got decent channels. there are not many areas to set things down and no where to sit except the bed. its not a room to hang out in. mostly just for sleeping. the shower was great. the walls are very thin so you hear your neigbors coming and going and when they use the toilet and the closet rod, so if they get up earlier or go down later than you do you hear it and it can wake you up.
we were there end of november and the room was very warm even without use of the heater in fact we had to use the cooler a few times so we could sleep even though outside was below freezing!
there is no parking for the hotel you have to find an underground parking yourself and pay for all the hours your car is there. it wasnt too bad but if the garage is far from your hotel it can be a pain.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
look at all the maps and information in the hotel lobby. it is full of ideas and coupons that we didnt discover until our last day.
For the nearby concert we were attending (at Air Canada) it was a good choice. We didn't plan on spending too much time in the room, so we were looking for something affordable and convenient. Perfectly located close to shopping, bars, pretty
much everything... it was great. But expect the rooms to be small, and the decor to be outdated. Definitely worth it (for our purposes), just not what is reflected within their website photos.