Elevator not working; having in room coffee and tea facilities would have been appreciated. Great location and very accommodating, friendly staff. The restaurant was only open on the weekend, apparently under going a renovation starting January 23, 2017.
Traveller from Ontario
Located in Downtown Toronto, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Grange Park, Art Gallery of Ontario, and Four Seasons …More
Smaller then we expected. Booked 2 rooms, they were 6 floors apart. Pillowcases were dirty. Hair on bedsheets. Bathroom door didn't close all the way. Balcony was tiny.
Having the stove, microwave and fridge were handy. Liked how the bedroom was a separate space.
At the intersection of Toronto's entertainment and financial districts, this boutique hotel is 3 blocks from Union Station …More
The hotel was in a good location, within walking distance to Union Station and lot of other touristy sights. The room is small but clean and it was an upgrade as we checked in early. I would have been curious to see what the original room would have looked like?! We opened the door and the bed was right there. If you're not spending a lot of time in the room and there to sleep then it's fine for what it is. We liked the dispensers in the bathroom for the toiletries. It kept everything neat, no wastage and clutter on the sink top. We also like the laminate flooring and not dingy carpeting.
Our only complaint was the noise. Our door had a bit of a gap and we can hear people talking in the hallway and doors slamming during the wee hours of the night.
Traveller from Thunder Bay, ON
Located downtown in Toronto's theatre and financial districts, this smoke-free hotel is across the street from Union …More
Pocket Guide: University District Downtown Toronto Hotels
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.