We stayed three nights at the Chelsea in August. It is a large hotel and has times of day with large crowds checking in. Hectic, active. Great location. Very very frustrating wireless connection. One of our rooms was not ready until 9 PM at night. Staff at the café were extremely accommodating. Delicious buffet of salads etc.
Traveller from Seattle, WA
Eaton Centre shopping, Queen's Park, and Toronto's thriving theater scene, with its famous Elgin Theatre, are all …More
I was worried after booking this hotel because I read some reviews that said the pictures were different than reality. This is somewhat true.
Pros: I booked for a group of coworkers and 4 of the 5 rooms we had were newly remodeled. I was even upgraded to the Penthouse level. My room was huge, with brand new furnishings in every room except the bathroom. Having a kitchen with a Keurig and dishwasher was a great convenience, being there for a week. The king size bed was also very comfortable.
Cons: Timing a business trip the week of Caribana wasnt ideal...nobody likes getting woken up at 3am by drunk people. The fridge made an incessant ticking noise that sounded like a time bomb, which often kept me up at night. There were some cracked tiles in the kitchen, that hurt if you stepped on them. My air conditioner didn't seem I work to cool down the room like I wanted. The hot water in the shower had a mind of its own...i'd set a temperature but when I was in the shower, could feel the water temp vary from surges of scalding hot to drops to ice cold. And the bathroom, in comparison to the rest of the updated furnishings, seemed old and dingy with a tiny toilet. Finally, I thought there was a fitness center..it consisted of one treadmill and one exercise bicycle. They promoted the use of a Crossfit on property but wanted to charge you $15 a day.
Overall, it wasn't too bad, but make sure you try and ask for one of the newer rooms. The staff is very helpful and friendly.
Traveller from T.
Located in Downtown Toronto, this aparthotel is within a 15-minute walk of Toronto Public Library and Royal Ontario Museum …More
The Gladstone Hotel is a combination hotel, art gallery, & restaurant. The hotel was built in 1888 & is the oldest continuous use hotel in Toronto. When the hotel was remodeled, each room was designed by an artist.
The elevator in the hotel was built in 1907 and is still operated by a person.
Located in Downtown Toronto, this boutique hotel is 0.6 mi (0.9 km) from Lower Ossington Theatre and within 3 mi (5 km) of CN …More
The hotel (Maple leaf square) is in a prime location, close to the ACC, union station, walking distance to financial district and easy walk down to the quay. Cannot say enough about how friendly and hospitable the hotel staff was. The rooms are beautiful, and I had an amazing view of the CN tower. Only drawbacks are that it gets loud at night due to traffic/honking, and there's no pool at the hotel. Stayed here for 13 nights - will definitely be staying here again!
Traveller from Vancouver, BC
Located in Downtown Toronto, this romantic hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Steam Whistle Brewing, Air Canada Centre, and …More
Set in the middle of the financial district with access to plenty of excellent restaurants and close to the Eaton Centre. All the staff where excellent with special reference to Shay (concierge), George and Kevin (door / porters). Room was great though a tad stingy with the tea and coffee provisions. Pool and sauna a great way to end gruelling days getting around Toronto - the weather was extremely hot during our visit. Hotel could do with more facilities within the lobby area but just being pedantic. Make sure you get to Niagara falls as the boat trip to the falls is fantastic. The zoo is great as well but a fairly long trip though the subway and buses around Toronto are easy and very cheap. Plenty of coffee houses near by and make sure you use the PATH as it is a great way around the city. Restaurants we really enjoyed (we did not have a bad meal in our 2 week trip) include: Joeys and Spring Roll (actually opposite each other) and Jack Astors.
Traveller from Bolton, England
This family-friendly Toronto hotel is located near the airport, within a 10-minute walk of Brookfield Place, Hockey Hall of …More
Toronto’s culturally diverse downtown includes the CN Tower, the Royal Ontario Museum, and the Art Gallery of Ontario. Air Canada Centre is home to the Toronto Maple Leafs, and Rogers Centre features the Blue Jays. Toronto’s underground city is a great way to get around the downtown core when the temperature drops. Known as the PATH, it is also the world’s largest subterranean shopping center.