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Super 8 Downtown Toronto

2.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

not bad for the price ran out of food at the breakfast time ice maker was broken

The hotel was dirty, so was the room. They said they had no fitted sheets for the bed and the regular sheet kept coming off exposing our bodies to the bare mattress. Breakfast had no gluten free options. I want a full refund

The rooms are starting to show wear and tear. Sheets are not the most comfortable, nor are the towels. The quality of this hotel is starting to tip to the fair side in terms of reviews. Having said that, it's still the best deal in town price wise and is central to everything. The staff is also very kind.

It was clean, quiet, my window looked into the mall next door but there no issues. It was tight, me and my wife slept cozy.

It was well located, very near the start line of the marathon.

The room quality and location were great. Service was mediocre. Extremely slow elevator and no stair access to third floor lobby. Ice machine was broken. Also, the elevator was accessible to the general public and some derelict had urinated in it sometime during my last night. It was a gross departure gift to discover that.

The rooms are fine, you get a complimentary continental breakfast, completely standard, and internet access. So the basics with a good price. Parking is 10 dollars per day which is much cheaper than leaving the car anywhere in Toronto, but you can not leave the parking. If you want to use your car during your stay (e.g. to visit Niagara Falls), you pay almost 20 dollars per day. We booked a room for three, but we only got two beds. That was bad, we paid as three.

The hotel was a short walk to CN Tower, and in the heart of Chinatown Center. The elevator was non-functioning one day, and the complimentary breakfast was not very pleasing, but typical for a lower cost economy hotel. Parking is not included, but if you leave your car parked the entire stay, there's a discount. If you move it during the stay, then the normal daily parking fee applies.

Booking was easy via O r b i t z. The hotel is clean, adjacent to the Chinatown shopping center and close to other Chinatown stores. After booking I was a bit concerned about the location of the hotel but it turned out to be just fine. It is within the walking distance to the downtown Toronto, to the horbor, and even to Casa Loma, if you don't mind walking for about 30 min in each direction. The room was spacious, clean, had WiFi access, fridge, coffee maker, the usual bathroom accessories. If you want to use public transportation, all of that is either right in front of the hotel or really close to it. Great stay, good value for the price we paid, safe location, would book again. Recommended.

The hotel room was very spacious. There was enough room for two queen size beds, a computer desk area, a table with two chairs, and a couch sitting area. Nothing was squished together. The bathroom was a little small and the towels were very thin. The staff was very nice and elpful when asked about things in the area. Our one complaint was the complimentary breakfast. The area was very small. The layout to get the food was in an L formation, causing a backup at the toasters for the bagels and the waffle maker. There were many people there at one time and always a line. The hotel had one little old woman working the whole area. She was constantly moving to refill and replenish, but she could not keep up. The location of the hotel was perfect. We could walk anywhere that we wanted to go. We were happy with our choice and just decided to eat breakfast elsewhere.

the hotel is good and offers a comfortable environment. Hotel is located inside a chinese shopping center where oriental entertainment takes place resulting in a noisy environment for most of the day. Rooms face the shopping center and there is no way to avoid the noise during the day. At night the rooms provide a wide, cozy and silent environment to the guest. Overall the hotel provides good value for your money.

Very well located close to main attractions. Spacious but low-end furnished rooms. Could also be cleaner.

The room was not clean The rest room was not clean Breakfast was a nightmare. AC very noisy The ugliest hotel I visited

The reviews are pretty accurate for this place. It is difficult , but not impossible to find. You have to pass the hotel to get to the underground garage. The staff was fine and the room was clean. The bed was very comfortable. **Keep in mind that this is a downtown district that is hustling and bustling. If you are intimidated by city life, this is not the place for you. It's like staying at a hotel in Manhattan. I would stay again!

Great location! it was a quick walk to the Rogers Center, Kensington Market and the Eatons Center. Lots of places to eat all around and parking was only $10 and it was good until 6pm on our check out day. Great staff. I will be staying here again when i come to T.O. for a game.

The location is good, it's near everything you'd want and they have a bumpin breakfast every morning from 6AM-10AM. However, parking is SO confusing! Finding the hotel is so confusing it's above this like mall, and getting inside the hotel at night is an adventure..there's like 4 separate ways to get inside and they would randomly lock them making it terrifying that you might not even be able to get inside. The elevator was broken when we were there so we had to walk up two flights of stairs- I think this would really complicate someone's stay if they were disabled. The staff told me varying things on how parking worked, it was such a confusing stressful mess! Spend the extra money and stay somewhere else!

I stayed for a total of 3 nights. The hotel was a little hard to find because it's on the top floor of a shopping plaza, but that's probably my only complaint. I arrived early in the morning and was told my room was not ready for check in yet, but they would do the best they can to clean it up first. So i went out for a walk, and when i got back the room was ready! The first room i went in smelled a little funny and the internet didn't work, so i went back to the front desk. They immediately switched rooms for me and even upgraded my room to include a jacuzzi tub in the room! The room smelled great and i enjoyed it very much! The location is great, plenty of restaurants within walking distance! I had a great stay and would choose them again!

My stay at Super 8 was just as it should be—reasonable price, comfy room, free breakfast. Actually, the room was so big, I didn't know what to do with myself. And aside from the fact that the room was dark no matter how many lights I turned on (or that I couldn't figure out how to turn off the air conditioner—i should have asked), I would be happy to return here again on my next visit to Toronto.

Excellent location, courteous staff and great value for your money. For those used to four seasons might have some issues but be tolerant and you would wonder why one would waste money at those places.

stayed here for two nights visiting autoshow,excellent location, local public transport at the door step,walking distance to shops, leave the car parked secure and safe. Decent breakfast to start to the day with. good value for money

Room options

Room, 1 King Bed, Non Smoking, Jetted Tub

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Room, 2 Queen Beds, Non Smoking

Queen 2 | Sleeps 4

Room, 1 King Bed, Non Smoking

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Room, Multiple Beds, Non Smoking

Queen 2 | Sleeps 4

Guest reviews for Super 8 Downtown Toronto

Everyone (2) Couples (10) Business (6) Family (10) Friends (6) Other (5)
3

i'd come back!

Everyone

not bad for the price ran out of food at the breakfast time ice maker was broken

By on Jul 3, 2017

1

dirty hotel

Everyone

The hotel was dirty, so was the room. They said they had no fitted sheets for the bed and the regular sheet kept coming off exposing our bodies to the bare mattress. Breakfast had no gluten free options. I want a full refund

By on Dec 12, 2016

3

family getaway

Families

The rooms are starting to show wear and tear. Sheets are not the most comfortable, nor are the towels. The quality of this hotel is starting to tip to the fair side in terms of reviews. Having said that, it's still the best deal in town price wise and is central to everything. The staff is also very kind.

By on Aug 19, 2015

5

cool

GetawayWithFriends

It was clean, quiet, my window looked into the mall next door but there no issues. It was tight, me and my wife slept cozy.

By on Feb 17, 2015

4

good stay for the marathon

Couples

It was well located, very near the start line of the marathon.

By on Oct 30, 2014

3

good value

BusinessTravelers

The room quality and location were great. Service was mediocre. Extremely slow elevator and no stair access to third floor lobby. Ice machine was broken. Also, the elevator was accessible to the general public and some derelict had urinated in it sometime during my last night. It was a gross departure gift to discover that.

By on Mar 31, 2014

3

cheap and fine to visit toronto

GetawayWithFriends

The rooms are fine, you get a complimentary continental breakfast, completely standard, and internet access. So the basics with a good price. Parking is 10 dollars per day which is much cheaper than leaving the car anywhere in Toronto, but you can not leave the parking. If you want to use your car during your stay (e.g. to visit Niagara Falls), you pay almost 20 dollars per day. We booked a room for three, but we only got two beds. That was bad, we paid as three.

By on Nov 18, 2013

3

nothing special in chinatown center

GetawayWithFriends

The hotel was a short walk to CN Tower, and in the heart of Chinatown Center. The elevator was non-functioning one day, and the complimentary breakfast was not very pleasing, but typical for a lower cost economy hotel. Parking is not included, but if you leave your car parked the entire stay, there's a discount. If you move it during the stay, then the normal daily parking fee applies.

By on Jul 8, 2013

5

great stay

Families

Booking was easy via O r b i t z. The hotel is clean, adjacent to the Chinatown shopping center and close to other Chinatown stores. After booking I was a bit concerned about the location of the hotel but it turned out to be just fine. It is within the walking distance to the downtown Toronto, to the horbor, and even to Casa Loma, if you don't mind walking for about 30 min in each direction. The room was spacious, clean, had WiFi access, fridge, coffee maker, the usual bathroom accessories. If you want to use public transportation, all of that is either right in front of the hotel or really close to it. Great stay, good value for the price we paid, safe location, would book again. Recommended.

By on Jul 5, 2013

4

toronto visit

GetawayWithFriends

The hotel room was very spacious. There was enough room for two queen size beds, a computer desk area, a table with two chairs, and a couch sitting area. Nothing was squished together. The bathroom was a little small and the towels were very thin. The staff was very nice and elpful when asked about things in the area. Our one complaint was the complimentary breakfast. The area was very small. The layout to get the food was in an L formation, causing a backup at the toasters for the bagels and the waffle maker. There were many people there at one time and always a line. The hotel had one little old woman working the whole area. She was constantly moving to refill and replenish, but she could not keep up. The location of the hotel was perfect. We could walk anywhere that we wanted to go. We were happy with our choice and just decided to eat breakfast elsewhere.

By on Jun 21, 2013