We enjoyed our stay at the Beverley, and staff were ALL excellent and friendly.
Room was very small, almost like a cabin on a cruise ship.
We felt uncomfortable with the glass door on the bathroom, even after 15 years married, we still need privacy for daily ablutions. I had to step into the hall when our friend came to pick us up and needed to use the bathroom.
Everything was spotless, and the linen was of good quality.
Enjoyed the coffee in the reception area.
Overall, good value for money spent.
Did not get to experience the roof top bar as it was closed each of the 3 days we stayed there.
Traveller from Oz
Located in Downtown Toronto, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Grange Park, Art Gallery of Ontario, and Four Seasons …More
Showed up before check in time. The staff were very helpful on getting us in early. The rooms are well kept and very modern feeling. The building was quiet and private. At first I thought the price was high but during a extremely busy weekend it was well worth it. I'd stay there again any time. Thank you
At the intersection of Toronto's entertainment and financial districts, this boutique hotel is 3 blocks from Union Station …More
This is a very nice hotel in an excellent location. I would happily stay here again if visiting downtown Toronto attractions, such as the Hockey Hall of Fame or the Roger's Centre. Very clean and quiet. Breakfast was very good, but the hotel bar was lacking.
Traveller from Chicago, IL
Located downtown in Toronto's theatre and financial districts, this smoke-free hotel is across the street from Union …More
The kid checkin was a nice touch. My little 2 year old vranddaughter was thrilled with her gift.
The 2 nd floor playroom had everything any kid would want to do. The chlorine smell was very strong the first day there in the playroom because of the pool in next room. The smell wasnt so bad the following day.
They didnt have a refrigerator in room as ordered so they upgraded us to a room with a kitchen!
Staff were fantastic. Location is great.
Traveller from M
Eaton Centre shopping, Queen's Park, and Toronto's thriving theater scene, with its famous Elgin Theatre, are all …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.