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Toronto Marriott Bloor Yorkville

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Room wasn't ready until after 4:00pm - but at least gave us complimentary drinks & apps. But the UNORDERED 5:00am call for a cab to the airport was annoying.

very close to university of toronto. Also lots of shops nearby. Easy access.

I've never seen setup like this hotels lobby and bar together. I've lost one hour of my birthday night to find out. My plan was ordering some vine to room but by the time I found out the lobby was pass 11 already. Me and my boyfriend had no coise other than drinking at the bar but was very uncomfortable. It wasn't my worst hotel experience only but also very disappointin birthday in my history. I am a costomer of this company for a years and year. Thats a reason why I have completely different expectations when I book with them. I wish there was a note about this detail on this website about the renovation that they were doing it. I will start booking with other hotels from now on. Never book with them and not reccomending to anyone. I would recommend Shereton or Hilton. Or even delta Chalsee

I have been to this hotel before and I must say this time it was a disappointment. It was overpriced, the parking expensive, the staff inattentive. To be avoided.

I was originally booked at another hotel. I checked in and the room was dreadful. I immediately pulled out my iPad to see if I could find something better. I was pleased to learn that the Marriot Bloor had a room available. I had stayed there before so there were no surprises. The location is great. The room was a nice size. The room was comfortable although it is time to update the decor and renovate.

Great stay, convenient for work on Yonge & Bloor,………………………………

Comfortable room, clean, friendly staff. Wasn't thrilled about the false midnight fire alarm, but that'll happen in the best of places and it was resolved fairly quickly. Hard to find a meal after hours. $14 for internet access -- review your invoice before check out as you may get charged for internet access you never ordered. Above an underground mall and next door to a grocery store, so well located. Overall, I recommend it for the business traveller.

The hotel was very nice. Convenient to a metro stop as it sits on top of it and you can walk through the lobby to get to it. Also, next door is a real handy gourmet market. Marriott's square pillows though are very hard to sleep on, and only a small pillow was provided with it.

This was our first time staying anywhere near the Yorkville area of town and we were here on a mix of business and pleasure. This hotel was in a great location for both. Otherwise, the fact that they at first couldn't find us a room despite prepaying over a month in advance was quite off-putting. They did find one, though. And staff were helpful and courteous.

Location was very good as had immediate access to subway from within building and also many good restaurants within walking distance. Very, very attentive staff but not overbearing. Also connected to grocery, food court, shopping and pharmacy within building. Internet connectivity was ok but daily charge ~$14. Complimentary fitness center, parking is valet for $25/day

Great weekend in Toronto. Hotel staff knows what true customer service is.

hotel stay was fine, location is great. we weren't in the hotel much over the weekend but the fire alarm went off twice in a 1.5 day period, both false alarms, both times we were in the room, so could have happened other times as well. safety is important but might be worth the hotel updating the systems- as i assume this is a regular occurrence- so they don't go off constantly causing worry and inconvenience, or at least make an announcement on the PA to that effect. room service trays seemed to remain outside one of our neighboring rooms for a day, and a couple of beer cans were strewn throughout the hallway, and one outside our door for half a day. fine for people to party, but just felt the hotel should've been more on top of cleaning up, at least several hours after. overall, it was fine for what we were looking for (location, price, place to sleep, not a ritzy spa getaway, etc.), but fell short in every other way between the false alarms, lack of cleanliness outside the rooms (inside the rooms were great), and "nickel and diming" you for basic amenities, i would only go back for a meaningful discount relative to other comparable options (same star level, etc.)

I have stayed at the Marriott Bloor Yorkville twice now within the past 6 months. My boyfriend and I stayed there last October to celebrate our 3 year anniversary and we enjoyed Toronto and this hotel so much, we decided to stay again for Valentines day weekend. The Marriott has an excellent location close to some really nice shopping and restaurants (we ate at Mistura, which was delicious). We also walked over to the Park Hyatt (one block away) for cocktails at their rooftop lounge. While the Marriott lobby and bar are not as high-end as the Hyatt -- for the money, I would pick the Marriott every time. Parking in the public lot is $10 per day on weekends, you dont even have to go outside to hop on the subway and a very nice mall is also underground, so you don't need to go outside to shop at Holt Renfrew, Zara and more. In the 10 degree weather -- this was perfect. Rooms a the Marriott are slightly above average, comfy beds, Kuerig coffee machine was a nice touch. Bathrooms were extremely clean (I am picky about this) and my view from the 5th floor was nice. Not super stylish though -- so if thats important to you -- the decor will not impress. Didnt bother me at all for the price point. Overall -- excellent stay once again. I will stay here every time I go to Toronto.

The hotel is decent, not as great as the Marriott back in the US. Half of the staff is very nice, polite, and welcoming. The other half is lazy and rude. The bell boy by the name of Jeff was irresponsible. We asked him politely to get us a big cab at a certain time, came downstairs and there was no cab ready. He lied to us about calling a cab couple of hours ago. My family and I ended up being late to our family reunion because of his irresponsibility. He was not accommodating, but after we complained to the manager, he then became super polite and tried to help. Room service was really bad- we had to call 3x to hasten service. Overall not a great experience here.

Room was very clean. Location is very convenient location in downtown. Valet parking is steep at $40/day.

Hotel is OK. Nothing special about it. It is in a good location though. They only have free Wi-Fi in the lobby; otherwise you have to pay an extra fee to access internet from your room. Good for a weekend.

My family stayed the night at the Marriott while in town for a couple of blue jays games. The room and service was awesome. Any hotels closer to the Rogers Center cost $150-$200 more a night. We just got a cab back and forth $20 each way and was well worth it.

From the check in to the check out, I wish all hotels were this clean and this well located for this price.

First impression was not that great, definitely not for the Marriot. Most (if not all) 2-star hotels have better lounges than this one. We were given a two queen room where we asked for a king. No big deal we had the room switched immediately with no problems. However, as I went to retrieve the new keys, the clerk noticed a case of beer I was carrying and made a point to tell me that I was not to be too loud as to not disturb the people in the VIP room across the hall (a little unprofessional). The nickel and diming was also a little ridiculous. We had to pay $6 a day for parking (not too bad but we have stayed in Toronto before with free parking for hotel), WIFI was $15 a day (free everywhere else), and a 2 second local phone call was $3. Just didn't seem like I was treated like a valued guest and the hotel was not nice enough to make up for that. All in all we had a great experience in Toronto (when we weren't in the hotel). Definitely will take my business elsewhere next time as well as making it a point to tell my family and friends to never go there. I'll actually most likely never stay at any Marriot again because I am so turned off by it. That may be a little drastic but with all the nice hotels out there, why risk it?

We had a king size bed on the 6th floor...very clean, and quiet. Check-in was extremely busy (Friday). Check-out was quick. Great location,we walked everywhere. Parked in the public lot next door that charged less than the valet parking at the hotel.

90 Bloor St E Toronto ON

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Toronto Public Library and Royal Ontario Museum
  • Onsite dining
  • 24-hour health club
  • WiFi in rooms (fees apply)

Located in Yorkville, Toronto Marriott Bloor Yorkville is within a 5-minute walk of Toronto Public Library and within 15 minutes of other popular attractions like Royal Ontario Museum. This 258 -room, 4-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a restaurant, a bar/lounge, and a 24-hour health club. Located centrally in Toronto, it's also close to University of Toronto and Canadian Broadcasting Centre.


Dining

This hotel is home to a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room. Start each morning off right with full breakfast served for a fee.


Rooms

Toronto Marriott Bloor Yorkville's 258 rooms are air-conditioned and provide coffee makers, free newspapers, and safes. Guests can expect WiFi and 42-inch LCD TVs with pay movies. Bathrooms have hair dryers and designer toiletries. Other standard amenities include phones, ironing boards, and desks.


Property features

Toronto Marriott Bloor Yorkville features a 24-hour health club, a sauna, and 8 meeting rooms. Valet parking is available for CAD 40 per day, and there's also limo/town car service. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include conference space, a business center, and express check-out.

Room options

Suite, 1 King Bed

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Concierge Room, 1 King Bed, Concierge Service

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Studio

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Concierge Room, Suite, 1 King Bed

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Guest reviews for Toronto Marriott Bloor Yorkville

Everyone (3) Business (4) Couples (11) Family (10) Other (10) Friends (4)
3

nice place but expensive & a few mishaps.

Everyone

Room wasn't ready until after 4:00pm - but at least gave us complimentary drinks & apps. But the UNORDERED 5:00am call for a cab to the airport was annoying.

By on Aug 29, 2016

5

good location

Everyone

very close to university of toronto. Also lots of shops nearby. Easy access.

By on Jul 25, 2016

1

never ever again.

Everyone

I've never seen setup like this hotels lobby and bar together. I've lost one hour of my birthday night to find out. My plan was ordering some vine to room but by the time I found out the lobby was pass 11 already. Me and my boyfriend had no coise other than drinking at the bar but was very uncomfortable. It wasn't my worst hotel experience only but also very disappointin birthday in my history. I am a costomer of this company for a years and year. Thats a reason why I have completely different expectations when I book with them. I wish there was a note about this detail on this website about the renovation that they were doing it. I will start booking with other hotels from now on. Never book with them and not reccomending to anyone. I would recommend Shereton or Hilton. Or even delta Chalsee

By on Mar 18, 2016

3

a dissapointment

Singles

I have been to this hotel before and I must say this time it was a disappointment. It was overpriced, the parking expensive, the staff inattentive. To be avoided.

By on Dec 2, 2015

3

better than my original booking.

Singles

I was originally booked at another hotel. I checked in and the room was dreadful. I immediately pulled out my iPad to see if I could find something better. I was pleased to learn that the Marriot Bloor had a room available. I had stayed there before so there were no surprises. The location is great. The room was a nice size. The room was comfortable although it is time to update the decor and renovate.

By on Oct 22, 2015

5

business trip

BusinessTravelers

Great stay, convenient for work on Yonge & Bloor,………………………………

By on Feb 18, 2015

4

recommended for business traveller

BusinessTravelers

Comfortable room, clean, friendly staff. Wasn't thrilled about the false midnight fire alarm, but that'll happen in the best of places and it was resolved fairly quickly. Hard to find a meal after hours. $14 for internet access -- review your invoice before check out as you may get charged for internet access you never ordered. Above an underground mall and next door to a grocery store, so well located. Overall, I recommend it for the business traveller.

By on Sep 7, 2014

4

hotel was very nice.

Families

The hotel was very nice. Convenient to a metro stop as it sits on top of it and you can walk through the lobby to get to it. Also, next door is a real handy gourmet market. Marriott's square pillows though are very hard to sleep on, and only a small pillow was provided with it.

By on Jul 29, 2014

3

great location

Families

This was our first time staying anywhere near the Yorkville area of town and we were here on a mix of business and pleasure. This hotel was in a great location for both. Otherwise, the fact that they at first couldn't find us a room despite prepaying over a month in advance was quite off-putting. They did find one, though. And staff were helpful and courteous.

By on Jul 9, 2014

4

great location

Families

Location was very good as had immediate access to subway from within building and also many good restaurants within walking distance. Very, very attentive staff but not overbearing. Also connected to grocery, food court, shopping and pharmacy within building. Internet connectivity was ok but daily charge ~$14. Complimentary fitness center, parking is valet for $25/day

By on May 31, 2014