Comfort Inn City Centre2.5 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Third visit to Toronto, our son now lives here. Jarvis Street, especially nearby Allen Gardens, not exactly scenic, but close enough to Yonge Street and the brilliant St. Lawrence Market. Room on 4 th floor was nice, huge bed, modern bathroom, good shower. Wardrobe is tiny but plenty drawer space including kitchen area. As previously stated breakfast room is small but as we ate early had no problems getting seats. All staff were very pleasant and helpful. Across the road is a Rabba Store with a Tim Horton franchise. Love Tim's , great coffee and doughnuts. If visiting Niagara Falls, highly recommend "Chariots of Fire", Office on Yonge Street. Mel, the guide had an unbelievable amount of knowledge. Would definitely stay here again on next visit. Good prices, free breakfast, all nearby sights are walkable .Area around hotel is fine once you go through car park across the road and pass by Ryerson University.
Staying in downtown Toronto is a scary proposition. There's the cost and the parking. This place is a good compromise. The cost was not outrageous compared to other places and there is a Green P parking lot a few blocks away. For a little more they offer valet parking, but I drive a stick so I went on my own. The breakfast was ok. Decent coffee, meat, eggs, and a waffle maker are what I look for and they were all there. My wife was less than thrilled with the eggs, but I ate them. The best thing about this place was the staff: such helpful, pleasant people, you wouldn't believe. The worst thing about this place was the elevator. The time this thing took to go a few stories was forever and it was a 'rock and roll' adventure. After the initial trip I took the stairs to the 4th floor (which is as high as you can go) and it wasn't a hassle. The card keys always worked; the place was quiet; the bed comfy. I'll stay there again if I have to stayover in TO.
My girlfriend and I stayed at the Comfort Inn for 2 nights and overall we were pleased with our stay. It was the cheapest hotel we could find for the nights we were staying, especially for downtown Toronto it was as good of a price as we would find. Sure the other hotels were closer to most of the "things to do" in the city, but they were also (roughly) double the price. We figured we'd save a little cash and spend it on food/events. And it really wasn't too far from anything, just a few blocks of walking and you're in the middle of the "hustle & bustle". The room was nice, adequate. Nothing amazing, but nice. The bed/pillows were surprisingly comfortable. We were able to check in early so that was a plus. Breakfast was included with the room and was as good as any other breakfast you'd get in a hotel - fruit, cereal, bagels, eggs, waffles, etc. The only major downside was the breakfast room was extraordinarily small. There was maybe enough room for 10 people to sit down at the table and with many guests you can imagine how crowded it is in the morning. So we just ended up taking the food back to our room and eating there. But overall, it was good. Likely the cheapest you'll find in the downtown Toronto area.
Nice hotel small. No on site parking which led to my car window getting bashed in . bad area do not stay here. Love comfort inn but not this location. No no no never . stay away. No offense to the hotel which was not bad. Really bad area stay downtown near the tower .
Stayed 2 nights at this hotel very close to restaurants and shops Comfy bed and pillows The lift is the slowest I've ever been in so pleased there were only 4 floors Breakfast was different but nice communal seating and self service The hotel staff and breakfast girls were so helpful and friendly
Toronto hotels are pretty pricey if you want to stay near the downtown core so it was great to find a spot for about $225 a night (especially during the Pride Weekend parade). Previous reviews helped to set my expectations and rooms are indeed on the smaller side but laid out well to make the most of the tight quarters. They have done a good job of putting an upscale shellac on a more budget hotel so things look good at first glance/in photos but if you look closely things are a bit rougher around the edges. Our biggest issue with the hotel was that our room on the first floor (which is more of a basement level) had a musty smell. They were, however, happy to move us on our third night (could not do so earlier as they were full). On the plus side the location is good - just a 10 minute walk to Younge Street, staff were friendly, the decor is modern and the breakfast was better than expected (although breakfast room was minuscule as others have noted) as it included fresh whole fruit, yogurt, eggs and sausages in addition to the bread, pastries and cereal expected. I would recommend this property as it is good value for the Toronto market but I suggest you ask for a room on the second or third floor and calibrate your expectations to match the price point (keeping in mind that you are looking at higher prices due to its location).
Stayed overnight for a concert, so only needed a place to sleep. Staff was very polite and even gave us gift bags with water and snacks! Room was nicely redone recently. Only complaint about the room was the older A/C unit. We learned that if we cranked it down to 62 it would actually cool the whole room. It is a bit noisy, but I brought earplugs. Elevator is so slow that the video monitor inside actually says it's the slowest elevator in Toronto. I guess because of this I wouldn't really recommend to those with mobility issues unless they are VERY patient. All in all a good value.
This is the third time we have stayed at this hotel. The front desk staff was very helpful and friendly. The room was clean and the bed was comfortable. The shower was large and clean. Breakfast was varied and provided a great start to our day. Although the breakfast room was small, we were able to find a spot to eat each morning since people move through quickly. The tv channels and the tv reception were much better than the last time we stayed here. The hotel is a half hour walk to the downtown sports arenas (Air Canada Center and the Rogers Center) and about 10 minutes to the Eaton Center. We found it was good value for our vacation money.
Aside from the poorly working A/C that was noisy and right next to the bed; the tiny, over crowded breakfast room and the slow and unreliable WiFi, the room was nice and clean; the location was convenient; staff attentive and accommodating and the bed was comfortable.
I found this property to be very basic in regards to what one would expect from a hotel in the same price range. I've stayed at places such as the Super 8 which were cheaper and yet had more to offer. The room was small and would be suitable if you are not planning to be spending alot of time inside the hotel except to sleep and shower, etc...and the view from our room was a brick wall of the building next door . I did find the staff to be very friendly and helpful, and the location was good ...just a short walk from Yonge-Dundas Square and other amenities close by. Check in and check out was an easy process as well. The only other negative thing I can say about this property is about the included breakfast. The food items were very limited and not very good...as was the location of the breakfast area, which was a tiny room downstairs and had sitting room enough for only 8 people maximum. All in all it was an acceptable stay but a little pricey for what was provided.
- Close to Hockey Hall of Fame
- Free buffet breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Fitness center
Located in Downtown Toronto within a mile (2 km) of Hockey Hall of Fame, Comfort Inn City Centre is within 2 miles (3 km) of other popular sights such as University of Toronto. This 48-room hotel has free breakfast along with conveniences like free in-room WiFi and a fitness center. Located centrally in Toronto, it's also close to Toronto Public Library and Canadian Broadcasting Centre.
Free buffet breakfast is included with your stay and awaits you each morning.
All 48 air-conditioned rooms provide microwaves, refrigerators, and coffee makers. Guests can expect free WiFi and flat-screen TVs with cable channels and pay movies. Pillowtop beds grant a restful night's sleep and bathrooms offer hair dryers. Free local calls, ironing boards, and desks are also standard.
Guests of Comfort Inn City Centre enjoy a fitness center, free WiFi in public areas, and a business center. A multilingual staff is on hand to assist with tours/tickets and securing valuables. Additional amenities include coffee/tea in a common area, free newspapers, and laundry facilities.
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54% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 269 reviews