Hotels Near Mi Mi Restaurant
Hotels Near Mi Mi Restaurant In Toronto
0.83km from downtownWe loved our stay at the Broadview Hotel and highly recommend it. We were there for about 3 weeks while our home was under renovation, and the hotel staff was incredible!! Aarti, Morgan and their entire front desk team were kind, considerate and helpful at every opportunity. This is a well run boutique hotel, with beautiful decor, very comfortable beds, well laid out rooms and a great rooftop patio. Excellent with kids and dogs. Nice dog park behind the hotel, lots of parking, great restaurants and shops nearby. A gem of a hotel!
Very Good10 Reviews
1.8km from downtownWe stayed at The Only Backpackers Inn from January 10 to January 14 We stayed in the Superior Queen room Our time at the hostel was wonderful, the room was spacious and beautiful with a great shower. And a nice place to arrange all our clothes The adjacent living area with kitchen was a surprise. Very spacious— with a couch, coffee table, large table and chairs and then a outdoor deck!?! Really! We felt we like we were staying in a boutique hotel! The staff was welcoming and helpful and it was great to be able to grab a coffee in the morning at the cool and groovy cafe downstairs, and continue to the subway around the corner. I always want to stay in a place with a pub and coffee downstairs. You get a real idea of the life of the area. We’ll definitely comeback again next time we are in Toronto Tal
2.03km from downtownJust beside the airport, walking is also very close, and it takes less than 10 minutes to walk the bridge. The motorcycles in the hotel lobby are very handsome. The room is also very clean. I can't hear the airplane noise.
2.19km from downtownThe location of the hotel is not very good, it looks like a place that is not very serious, downstairs is the strip club of the same name. However, the service at the front desk is quite enthusiastic, helping to carry luggage, check travel agency information, and call a taxi (of course I also have a tip). The health service is not good. I don’t know if I didn’t leave a tip on the first day. I came back the next day and found that I didn’t clean the room! Others are OK, walk to the CN Tower for about 30 minutes.
Very Good25 Reviews
2.37km from downtownThis centrally located Toronto hostel offers rooms with free Wi-Fi and free telephone calls anywhere in North America. It is just 4 minutes’ walk away from Sherbourne Station metro stop. A guest launderette is offered on-site.A cable TV and a desk are included in all of the air conditioned rooms at All Days Hostel. All rooms have shared bathrooms.A fully equipped modern communal kitchen is available to guests of All Days Hostel Toronto. Guests can lounge in the common area with a book from the library. For convenience, a business center with fax and photocopying services is located on-site.The University of Toronto is 2 km away from this hostel. Toronto Pearson International Airport is 30 minutes’ drive away.
2.48km from downtownMy wife and I took a recent holiday to Canada and started the holiday by staying at the Ivy at Verity for our first 4 nights.This is a quirky boutique style hotel situated just outside downtown Toronto. Based in what was once a chocolate factory this hotel only has four rooms but has extensive accommodation which is used for conferences etc.The rooms are beautifully furnished each with a different theme and each has an outside balcony overlooking an inner courtyard.The bathroom in particular was quite spectacular and the bedroom very spacious.The staff were extremely friendly and helpful.Continental breakfast was not extensive but more than adequate and good quality.The hotel was very quiet and in a good position to reach both the hop on hop off bus service on foot and for access to the various downtown areas on foot.Plenty of restaurants in the vicinity.Highly recommended.
2.49km from downtownThe hotel is located in the city center, not far from the main attractions, 15 minutes to the lake. The hotel room is small and the breakfast is ok, but it is the same for a few days. There are few Chinese restaurants in the surroundings. There is a microwave in the room. There is a St. Lawrence Market at 700 meters. It is a domestic farmer's trial production. Fruits, breads and fast food are available.
Very Good86 Reviews
2.63km from downtownThe holiday inn in Toronto is the worst hotel in the ten-day tour of the country. No one, the holiday inn in Montreal, is really a world apart. The hotel room is very small, how small is it, you have been to Japan, um, so small, the two boxes can only be opened one by one, but also in the channel, squeezed, we still live for two days. The room was noisy and noisy. The first room was noisy. I felt that it was the feeling of the airport. I changed the phone and said that we would change the quiet corner of the corner. After the change, nothing changed. Change the direction, you must know the 21st floor for the first time, the 15th floor for the second time, so high is so noisy, the low floor of the friend is even more noisy. Parking is very hard, the entrance to the parking is not on the street of lobby, turn right and then turn right on the back of a small street. Where do we know where to navigate? It can't be found around two laps. There is no way to stop on the main road. I stopped at the supermarket parking lot next to it and spent 4 Canadian dollars. I ran to the lobby and asked the waiter to point me to the location before driving again. The trouble was dead. Parking for 30 days, stopped for two days 60, it is really expensive, ah, ah, so sad. The room hygiene is also sloppy, the toilet is also small, anyway, this hotel is not recommended as a whole, except for the location, there is no advantage. Location is good because in downtown, you can walk to the place you want to go, here to recommend a day trip for your reference. Get up early to eat tim Hortons downstairs in the hotel, then walk through Queens Park, go through the University of Toronto, go to the Ontario Museum, and walk for more than 20 minutes. After the museum comes out, it is the famous bloor street, you can stroll and eat lunch. Then take the subway and feel the public transportation in Toronto. On the 3rd and 4th stations, go to the vicinity of the CN Tower, go to the cn tower to go sightseeing, and then walk along the cn tower to the old town hall. 10 minutes away, the city hall Next to the famous Toronto logo, you can go back to the busiest downtown square for about 10 minutes, all in the shopping mall, you can also have dinner red lobster, walk back to the hotel about 10 minutes. This route will not be very tired. One way to walk to the next destination is 10 minutes, with a break and a meal in the middle. This is the advantage of this hotel location. It is only in the middle of the northernmost museum and the south side of the cn tower. reference.
Very Good13 Reviews
2.71km from downtownThe suite hotel room is spacious, you can put an extra bed in the living room, and charge 25 Canadian dollars a day before tax. The kitchen facilities are complete, including utensils, which is convenient for family travel. The hotel is strategically located, 4 minutes walk from the subway station. The hotel has an underground parking lot. 30 Canadian dollars per day before tax. The basement is equipped with a public coin-operated washing machine and dryer, one to two Canadian dollars each time. There is also a larger indoor swimming pool. Although it is a bit dated, it is generally good.
2.73km from downtownI hope this trip for the following week after Thanksgiving unknowingly. After speaking to the concierge’s at the front desk they mentioned I should give trip.com or call to reschedule which I did. Long story short I had to cancel the previous confirmation booking for this thanksgiving long weekend. A refund was applied immediately and A new booking number was issued for a different room or requested. I booked the corner room with balcony as nothing seems to be open so at least I had fresh air as far as it’s available in the DT T-Dot core gets lol. One thing to mention that I was not pleased about was how after I went out to pick up stuff that the front or main entrance required access card to come in to the main lobby. Having held my card for a couple of seconds denied my access yet a concierge’s personnel from the hotel Marriott told me I had to hold it longer - problem solved next time.. Given the fact that everything had been closed beginning October 10 i.e. pool (Closed prior due to renovation work no ETA on completion), gym and dining areas. The one part that really bothered me was that there were no sit down lounge areas to have outside food and The concierge‘s Marriott personnel were not helpful accommodating needs instead complained in Bechard how North tower was closed and seating was not available there. All I could say is if one cannot enter the north tower put up signs and or bannisters indicating area closure. This way no communication issues will ensue. Another downside about this hotel is it’s very tight and narrow hallways if you’re claustrophobic getting into a small elevator with big families it will take you a couple trips to your room with covid guidelines. If I have to give this hotel an overall score I would probably give it a 2.7 out of 5 as the corner unit With balcony overlooking Yonge Street sub quality balcony as the floor was not cleaned in a while. The positive part about the hotel is that you can print your trip bookings for free as long with any other documents in the business centre. Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
2.74km from downtownI think this boutique style hotel which is currently under renovation. However I had the luxury of staying in one of there renovated rooms and the bathroom is divine from the gold wrapped faucets and rainfall shower head.
The bed a king sized dream so comfy. And the 65 inch smart tv which is wall mounted compliments this simple yet elegant room for a couples getaway
Thanks to the pantages staff excellent quality customer service.
2.85km from downtownWe had a short weekend stay here. Our check-in went ok. The front desk was welcoming and helpful. We were given our room key and headed to our room. Upon entering, we did a quick inspection. We noticed a larger amount of condensation along the window. We then checked the bed and pulled back the comforter. What we saw can only be described as urine or sweat stained bedsheets. At the moment we discovered this our <porter> arrived at the door with our luggage. He apologized and arranged for us to change to another room. The next room was better but still had water condensation issues. Their are no vending machines on the hotel property. They suggested either the nearby pharmacy or the 7/11. Unfortunately, the pharmacy has limited hours of operation and the 7/11 is open 24/7 but it’s several blocks away. The hotels location is nicely situated downtown. Their are several nearby attractions within walking distance. A breakfast buffet is offered by the hotel for a surcharge. Dinner is another option for you at one of their restaurants. The free WiFi had a decent signal. We did order a few drinks at their bar. It’s a nice, smaller bar. The bartender was nice and made some small talk with us. The wife enjoyed their Bloody Mary’s. The hot tub and fitness room are located on the top floor. You’ll get some nice views of the city from there. In finality, this hotel is ideal for its perfect location, but it’s certainly lacking on many amenities.
Hotels Near Mi Mi Restaurant In Toronto Review
Church and Wellesley
The suite hotel room is spacious, you can put an extra bed in the living room, and charge 25 Canadian dollars a day before tax. The kitchen facilities are complete, including utensils, which is convenient for family travel. The hotel is strategically located, 4 minutes walk from the subway station. The hotel has an underground parking lot. 30 Canadian dollars per day before tax. The basement is equipped with a public coin-operated washing machine and dryer, one to two Canadian dollars each time. There is also a larger indoor swimming pool. Although it is a bit dated, it is generally good.
This hotel is just perfect!!! Please book this hotel. Kind staff, okay breakfast, awesome room with decent price....the only thing I dislike was no bathtub and small toilet. Otherwise, everything is great!!!
Decent and clean! Forgot to book the lakeview option, upgrading to high floor and Lake View was $30-40 on the spot. Bed and pillows were super comfy. Bathroom had lots of towels, and plastic cups, soap. There was a coffee machine with Starbucks coffee packs, and a bottle of water, several plastic cups, mini fridge. Tv has Netflix, Amazon prime vid, you just need to sign in to your account 🔥. Parking is free (1 spot for 1 room, u have to get a tag and put it in the windshield from the front desk when u check-in). Wifi was free with the room, but when i login it said 16$ a day will charge if applicable, I didnt want the hassle / didnt need it so i didnt use it. But i enjoyed the stay, front desk service was fast and friendly both in person and on phone😊
I live in Connecticut in the States. My son and DIL live in Parkdale in the far west of Toronto, and I've visited frequently in the 13 years my son has lived there. I often stay in rental apartments but if going for a quick trip Stay Inn has been my favorite spot to stay. It's always been clean and safe with pleasant employees and a good breakfast. The place is so dependable and reasonable that it's often difficult to find a room there at the last minute, which is when I usually try to book. I recently had an extended stay in Toronto for quarantine. I was able to get a room at Stay Inn for four nights (broken up by several days out of town). The hotel is still in the thick of renovations. Between that and COVID, there is no breakfast right now and some of the services (laundry, coffee in the lobby) were disrupted. My room was newly renovated, quiet and safe. I love being able to park for free, right outside the room. Their renovations are being done at the highest possible level. I thought the "new" rooms were beautiful. The beds and linens were perfectly cozy, clean and comfortable. The decor was stunning and rivals that of chain hotels that are double in price. The bathrooms have been totally redone, with a vessel sink that is perfect for the space. The tiles in the walk in shower are incredibly stylish and dramatic, in black and white. The furniture is lovely and practical, with a cute loveseat and formica topped coffee table evoking mid century design. Wall coverings throughout are varied and tasteful, and their variations make for subtle interest. Staff was, as always, polite and helpful. I bet, once this renovation is over, that this motel will be incredibly popular, so you may want to be sure to reserve ahead. I will happily stay in future and recommend to friends and family.
I have stayed at this hotel many times. In the urban area, when I go out and turn right, I have Korean restaurants and dessert shops. I have been walking in front of supermarkets and shopping malls. The Eaton Center is just ten minutes away. The location is really good. The price is also very affordable, last year when I went to live last summer, but nearly 2000 nights.
Very good hotel, although a bit older, but the price is super high. First, the location is good. The city center is within a quarter of a minute's walk from the University of Toronto, Chinatown, and the TV Tower. Second, the hotel has all the facilities, the rooms are clean and tidy, and the cleaning is timely. Third, the surrounding supermarkets and restaurants are all around and convenient. Fourth, the specifications are not low, but the price is not high. So, in a word: high cost performance. I originally stayed for two days. I looked at it first and then stayed there for a few days. Anyway, I will definitely choose this one next time.
The environment is good, and it is very clean and hygienic. The service level is also good. There is a parking lot. Food is also very convenient! Central location📍Easy to do things!
Hotel corridor perfume is very heavy, breakfast tastes OK, the variety is not many, the hotel is in a good location, very close to the CN Tower, not far from Lake Ontario, the hotel is old, the air conditioning sounds great, maybe we live The room is not good, anyway, unlike the quality of a domestic four-star hotel.
We had a short weekend stay here. Our check-in went ok. The front desk was welcoming and helpful. We were given our room key and headed to our room. Upon entering, we did a quick inspection. We noticed a larger amount of condensation along the window. We then checked the bed and pulled back the comforter. What we saw can only be described as urine or sweat stained bedsheets. At the moment we discovered this our <porter> arrived at the door with our luggage. He apologized and arranged for us to change to another room. The next room was better but still had water condensation issues. Their are no vending machines on the hotel property. They suggested either the nearby pharmacy or the 7/11. Unfortunately, the pharmacy has limited hours of operation and the 7/11 is open 24/7 but it’s several blocks away. The hotels location is nicely situated downtown. Their are several nearby attractions within walking distance. A breakfast buffet is offered by the hotel for a surcharge. Dinner is another option for you at one of their restaurants. The free WiFi had a decent signal. We did order a few drinks at their bar. It’s a nice, smaller bar. The bartender was nice and made some small talk with us. The wife enjoyed their Bloody Mary’s. The hot tub and fitness room are located on the top floor. You’ll get some nice views of the city from there. In finality, this hotel is ideal for its perfect location, but it’s certainly lacking on many amenities.
Easily overlooked, The Annex is just off Bloor St W and offers a unique boutique hotel option for downtown Toronto. It has a wine bar and cafe, and is described as "trendy." It certainly is that, but whether you like the label or not, the rooms are excellent and with an aesthetic -- minimalist with classy fixtures, white walls and lots of wood -- that I have only seen matched in Scandinavia and Germany. For those interested, there is art on the walls, a turntable and vinyl in room, as well as a loaded iPad instead of the usual TV. This is a digital-savvy choice, with public parking at reasonabable rates steps away from the entrance -- with payment managed conveniently, efficiently through Toronto's green.p mobile parking app. As a boutique offering, the check-in and so on are digitally managed, but they have helpful staff on site who promptly assisted with a passcode glitch when we arrived. Finally, the bed was one of the best I've had recently and, combined with nearly sound-proof brick walls, ensures a peaceful and quiet night's sleep. We will be going back.
Church and Wellesley
The hotel rooms are large and the facilities are very good. The location is very good. The streets between the two subway stations are delicious. It is close to eaton center and Yorkville village. Shopping is also convenient. Parking is cheap for one night valet parking Only 35
I think this boutique style hotel which is currently under renovation. However I had the luxury of staying in one of there renovated rooms and the bathroom is divine from the gold wrapped faucets and rainfall shower head.
The bed a king sized dream so comfy. And the 65 inch smart tv which is wall mounted compliments this simple yet elegant room for a couples getaway
Thanks to the pantages staff excellent quality customer service.
1. Free shuttle bus rides to and from the airport
2. Airport hotel, there is nothing to browse around, mainly for booking the next day
3. Breakfast is also a typical American style, but one chef makes steaming egg buns, which is great.
4. The hotel can print for free. If you forget to print some documents, you can print on the public computer.
5, the hotel has no slippers, no toothbrush and toothpaste, you must bring your own!
6. The height of the room is low and slightly depressed; the room is quite large, and the large boxes are placed without pressure
7, there are water and snacks downstairs to buy
Front desk staff were very friendly but understaffed. I never saw more than one staff at the desk and therefore had to wait if another guest was there before me. Val at the pool was very friendly and hard working. She was constantly on the move wiping down the lounges after guests left. She was very professional and showed interest in the guests.
The service was very welcoming, impeccable, the room was clean and bright, and the location was excellent. Next to the union station, the opposite is the Taxi station, and the shuttle bus pickup point to the outlets is right next to it, very central location (but reservation required in advance). Downstairs is a large supermarket, shopping is very convenient, the road is the TV tower, the night view is good.
Hotel location is OK, driving is very easy to find, parking is not charged. It is not very far from the center of Shijiabao Village. In fact, there are cars wherever you can go. It is not convenient without a car. The room was clean and the breakfast was average, but the breakfast at the American hotel was very common, with few varieties and no expectations.
We drove over to Toronto Pearson Airport after renting a car, and the hotel also has a shuttle bus. The countless corners leaving the airport made me speechless. Both the mapping and Google Maps were too slow to respond. After the corners did not show me the way, it took me half a day to get out of the airport, and the hotel was very good. . Just the next day I drove out of the hotel to Niagara Falls and turned left after leaving the road for a while. The left turn indicator at that intersection blurred me. I do n’t know if I ran the red light. Turn right at the green light in Quebec, Canada. Like other places in the country, you will encounter four lights at the intersection. You can turn left only when the green light and the left turn light are on. The hotel is clean and comfortable with breakfast (light meals): coffee, tea, juice, and no milk I forgot. Bread, fried eggs, small sausages are a bit salty, and the little machine that makes waffles is so cute that I forgot to take pictures. There is no shortage of fruits and yogurt. Do it yourself so don't tip. The hotel is not expensive is a good place to rest at the Toronto airport
The rooms are very comfortable, very star-like, have bath products, or brand goods, and breakfast is rich. We stayed for two nights without asking for sanitation. The hotel is very careful, leaving a warm explanation card at the door, parking It costs 15 yuan / night, because we checked out at 6 am the next morning, so we returned the car one day earlier, and told the front desk that the parking was one day, but we still deducted our money for two days. I told the front desk, I hope the money can be returned, not much CAD 15, I don't want to leave regret in Canada!
The hotel is located in the city center, not far from the main attractions, 15 minutes to the lake. The hotel room is small and the breakfast is ok, but it is the same for a few days. There are few Chinese restaurants in the surroundings. There is a microwave in the room. There is a St. Lawrence Market at 700 meters. It is a domestic farmer's trial production. Fruits, breads and fast food are available.
University of Toronto
Because the hotel is just across the road and close to the subway station, the facilities introduced are also good, so I chose this hotel without hesitation. After I stayed, I felt very bad. It was the worst hotel I stayed in in Canada. I checked in the first night. We checked in at Niagara Falls and it was almost nine o'clock in the evening. We booked a double bed. The room was gone, and Ctrip could only change rooms the next day after the negotiation, and the trouble caused naturally need not be said; the next morning, I found that there was a reminder of the consumer text message at 3 o'clock in the hotel on the credit card. How to get it out was inexplicable, and it scared me to quickly close the credit card transaction function. Later, I was fortunate to have Ctrip help to solve it in a timely manner; I finally changed to a twin room the next night. Unexpectedly, this room was near the subway and it was too noisy to sleep all night . Fortunately, we stayed at this hotel for only two days! The most profound lesson is that when you deposit at the front desk of the hotel lobby, do not leave your credit card with your credit card, and do not easily give it to the front desk customer service. Special thanks also to Ctrip's customer service for helping to solve all the problems effectively and timely!
The room is on the upper floor of a bar. The location is good. The surrounding area is bustling. Going to the CN Tower to walk. The disadvantage is that it is noisy at night. The room is not big.
There are not many types of breakfast, but they are good. Living in the corner room on the sixth floor, the area is very large, but it is not near the lake, you can't see the lake. It would be better if it was by the lake. I particularly praise a little girl who welcomed her at breakfast, speaks Chinese very kindly, and recommends local features!
Overall, it was a good experience. Location is particularly convenient!
University of Toronto
Middle Eastern people are friendly at the front desk, and water and hot chocolate are available in the lobby. On the left front is the Royal Museum, which can be seen for a day. Right in front of it is how much theological college, the night view is very sacred. Exit the subway and go right for a while and then turn right. Compared to other hotels that have showers that can be taken down, they must be praised!
The hotel is very easy to find by car, but the bus stop is not only easy to find, but also suitable for driving friends. There is an electric stove in the room, you can simply make some meals, no ventilation equipment. The room is not too big, the two beds are big and small. There is an elevator but it cannot be used. Everyone tries to arrange the room on the first floor. I was because the room that was originally on the second floor of the stairs was too noisy. Please wait for the waiter to change the room and change the room. There are more parking spaces and it costs $11.3 a day.
The sound of the plane is a bit too big. It is not recommended to sleep at night. It is afraid of a quiet room. The room is ok. The toilet is good. The bathing stuff is complete. The towel bath has no smell.
Quite in line with expectations. Close to the airport, clean and hygienic. And although at the airport, the seal is good and there is no noise at all. Morning airport shuttle bus is also very good
Two-bedroom suite with kitchenette and cutlery for cooking and no seasoning. The location is a few kilometers from the airport, less than ten minutes by car, the hotel has an airport bus to pick up and drop off, ask the front desk. Parking is subject to a fee, breakfast is average, basically Canada is almost the same as a five-star hotel, but it is sure to be full. Driving by car is very convenient, a little far from the city center is about 20 kilometers. There is a famous market in the city center of St. Lawrence. It is recommended that you go shopping and buy it yourself.
I especially like this hotel, the price is right, the location is in the core area of Chinatown, this is the second stay. This time I made an appointment at carpool. The hotel entrance is very wide, suitable for parking luggage on board, because the appointment will arrive at three in the afternoon, and it is still far from the check-out time at eleven o'clock. I didn't expect the hotel also provided a place for free luggage, great!
Come to see the children chose this hotel, the cooking facilities are convenient and complete, the waiters are very friendly, the western breakfast is very good, the room has 4O square meters, the space for 3 adults is enough, the supermarket freshly bought 150 Canadian dollars for food for 7 days. For those who love to cook, save a lot of meals for eating outside, at least 150 Canadian dollars per day for 3 people, so the room rate of 1,000 yuan per day is not expensive. It is also very convenient to go around the city center. There are not many people on the ground. Very good, have a chance to stay.
The breakfast is good, the location is good, but not noisy, there are many people every day. Very close to Chinatown, there are many restaurants, the taste is OK. In general, recommend it!
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