Hotels Near Miss Korea In Toronto
0.07km from downtownGreat experience, we are in hotels regularly during our Covid summer vacation and we alcohol wipe all surfaces and high touch areas in our rooms upon entry. This place tops all of the 4 and 5 star places we visited, our white wipes remained white after the job on all surfaces including shelves. The Cavalli faucets, separate WC shower and sink dressing areas are great, professional lighting and industrial decor, very nice. Plus they welcome our little fury travel companion with reasonable fee and not assigning a rundown room for it, beautiful.
Very Good33 Reviews
0.26km from downtownI was looking for a place that had a kitchen, and so this hotel provided a great full kitchen. But the suite was extremely bland, with laminate floors, plain walls, and Ikea-style furnishings. No personality at all. The room was large but I would have gladly given up half the space for an ounce of elegance and aesthetic appeal. The old-fashioned heating unit never got the room temperature above 19 degrees and so I had to get a space heater in order to bring the room to a comfortable temperature. Despite the website saying that the hotel had been renovated, the bathroom was the style of a Motel 6. The bathtub was strongly stained, giving it a very shabby appearance. There was no hook to hang bath towels. On the plus side, the parkade was very convenient, running $30/night. The staff was extremely friendly, with a very pleasant check-in. One drawback that is not due to the hotel itself is that it is directly across the street from a large construction site. Construction began at 6 am, hence not allowing for a full night’s sleep.
Very Good30 Reviews
0.36km from downtownMy single room was small and on the lower ground floor with only a small window but it was clean and comfortable and fantastic value when compared to other hotels I looked at in Toronto. It had a small fridge, kettle, coffeemaker and even a microwave. Also something I always look out for, good quality crystal wine and water glasses. It was on a lovely, quiet residential street just 30 minutes walk to central downtown, about 40 minutes to Union Station. The bathroom was a bit awkward with the toilet in front of the shower but the shower was hot and wet and the welcome was friendly and efficient. There was a good selection of TV channels, including plenty of sports channels and very good, fast WiFi. Getting There: I took the UP Express Train from the airport to Union Station. It leaves every 15min and takes about 25 mins stopping just at Weston and Bloor on the way. Buy your ticket from ticket machines beside the platform (CA$12.35). Machines take CA$ or US$ cash and most credit cards. The ticket is valid for an hour and doesn’t need to be validated, the conductor checks it during the journey. The train is modern and smooth. The route is mainly through shabby industrial areas so not much of a view until you get to Union Station with the Toronto Blue Jays baseball stadium and then the CN tower looming above you. I walked from Union Station to the guest house along Yonge Street, a main road north with good crossings. It was about a 40 minute walk with a backpack. There is a very good Tourist Information Office in Union Station which can provide free maps and advice. Nearby: There is Wine Rack wine store a couple of blocks away on the corner of Wellesley St and Church St. Collage Park, on the corner of Yonge and College Street has a Supermarket, large Liquor Store and a good Asian food court but there are plenty of other restaurants nearby. The area around the guest house has a very interesting history which you can read in the information provided in your room.
0.41km from downtownAt over $500 a room per night one would expect not to find dirty underwear from previous visitors left over in your hotel room! To mine and my friends dismay, upon searching for creamer for coffee in the morning after one nights stay my friend found herself manhandling someone else’s dirty underwear! When my friend reached into the top drawer of a unit housing the coffee maker and pulled out a bra we were both horrified to discover that this, along with socks and a soiled pair of men’s underwear were overlooked by the cleaners. We immediately brought this to the attention of the concierge who sent an attendant to remove the dirty items. He himself took pictures. My concern is, if an entire drawer containing dirty undergarments was missed, how much other attention to sanitization may have been missed? What’s more upsetting is when we attempted to have the nightmare of my friend having handled the undergarments, thinking it was mine that I might be leaving behind, rectified in some way, the manager “was not available” and the person we spoke to said the most they could do was comp a water bottle from the mini bar and over night parking! $50 total compensation for an over $700 stay as we told them we were also staying for high tea, which they refused to comp. Horrible customer service for a place that prides itself on giving a great experience to it’s patrons. Emailed the manager who was of no further assistance. VERY disappointing for a $500 a night stay. And a $700 experience. Just gross! Then as if that were not bad enough, they failed to verify our luggage and sent us out with someone else’s personal belongings! A backpack containing who know what because we are honest people and even after Having been treated the way we were, returned the bag immediately. Never again. No thanks George (manager)!
Very Good37 Reviews
0.41km from downtownAfter a year of quarantining at home with a full house, I was desperate for a short stay somewhere in the city for some alone time. Despite my need for a "getaway", I was still hesitant to book anywhere because of COVID-related fears. Seeing that the Four Seasons was working hand-in-hand with Johns Hopkins was promising, and once I called and had the entire Lead With Care initiative explained to me, I was sold. Every day each person entering the hotel was temperature checked, and asked about symptoms. Masks are mandatory in the hotel, and not once did I ever see a "below-the-nose" offender! I was most impressed with the valet service. Each time my car was brought up, the valet had a plastic wrap around the wheel, and my keys in a secure plastic bag. I never once feared for my health during my stay. While I couldn't afford a huge suite for my stay, I was pleasantly surprised at how large even the most cost-efficient guest room was. I had also brought my dog along with me, and was delighted to find dog bowls, complimentary treats, and a dog bed waiting for him! (Though he much preferred the super-comfy human bed!) He was always excited to head to the lobby for pats & treats, and I looked forward to the pleasant conversation. Everyone at the hotel, from the concierge to the valet, always took care to greet us with kindness. Always remembering both mine and my dogs names, and always checking in to make sure we were okay. (and putting up with my various requests via the Four Seasons app!) The app made requests/dining orders so easy, and the ability to chat with the front desk was a very convenient feature. Also, I was provided with an Apple TV for my stay. That to me was above and beyond, and both me and my Netflix account are grateful! Ok, ok, I know this is getting long so I'll end with this: I had the most wonderful stay at the Four Seasons. I was truly living in the lap of luxury and I can't wait to visit again when all of the amenities and restaurants are able to reopen. I know my dog will be ecstatic to return! Who knows, maybe by next time I'll have saved up for a suite!
0.67km from downtownMy partner and I attended the Hazelton last weekend for our anniversary and have nothing but positive things to say about our time at the property. The Hazelton fully deserves it's 5-star status, and the level of quality and service exceeds the standards of a luxury boutique property. The concierge and reception team were extremely attentive to our needs, and offered great service. It is a refreshing feeling during these crazy times to feel like there is a team waiting at the ready to help you out with anything that can improve your stay. Robert, Ronaldo, Maira and the team were excellent. The cleanliness and maintenance of the property was stellar. We felt comfortable at all times. Padma from housekeeping deserves recognition for her excellent work. We also enjoyed the spa and were extremely pleased with the service and quality of treatment we received. The entire spa team deserves recognition for going above and beyond to offer us such a relaxing and comfortable afternoon. We ordered room service several times during our stay and were happy with the great breakfast offerings. One small comment would be that things would be missing from the meals. Staff were always pleasant and helpful to correct these mistakes. We were really happy that cartons of water were readily available and provided at all times. In sum, we thoroughly enjoyed our "staycation" weekend and look forward to returning for another soon. We will certainly be coming back this year.
0.72km from downtownThis is an elegant, older style hotel in a great location within easy walk of a heap of restaurants in Yorkville Village and a couple of other attractions like Royal Ontario Museum, Queens Park, Parliament, etc. Public transport is easily accessible with Museum Station and Bay Station of the Metro subway nearby. Our room was well appointed, comfortable bed, espresso coffee machine, iron/board, good bathroom, etc.and best of all an openable window: not big but gave us fresh air at night. Best concierge I have met in ages: knowledgeable and very helpful and friendly. We had breakfast daily: good selection, great staff who went out of their way to get to know you and what you liked from day to day. Prices in $22-$28 range.
0.73km 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!
0.83km from downtownMiddle 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!
Very Good79 Reviews
0.91km from downtownI'm drenched in sweat because the AC is horrible. I had friends come to visit me but the security or hotel whatever told them they weren't allowed to come in so I had to come downstairs and bring them in myself. this is been one of the worst experiences I've ever had and I've been in a lot of Holiday inns throughout the world. literally drenched in sweat my hair is like out of the shower right now.
1.15km from downtownVery 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.
1.21km from downtownMy wife and I decided to book Kimpton's SG's venue "The Peregrine" for our wedding during the pandemic. The pictures turned out amazing because of the many beautiful and diverse areas for photos. We also spent 3 nights in their "King Deluxe" room and we couldn't have asked for a better room. Beautiful living room area, super soft bed, and the nicest bathroom I've ever seen. Everything in the hotel was clean and followed all the COVID protocols. We definitely felt safe being there during the pandemic since everyone was wearing a mask at all times and the hotel was absolutely spotless. The total cost was also very affordable, especially considering the cost of other potential wedding venues. There are also so many restaurants in the area, with lots of variety from different cultures. Finally, the best thing was the staff. WOW. They were extremely helpful during the wedding planning process, they allowed us to be there a day early to set everything up, emailed us always to double check on our plans/timeline. The cherry on top was when they brought us some treats to our room after the wedding. All in all, my wife and I couldn't have asked for a better place to get married and spend our pandemic honeymoon.
Hotels Near Miss Korea In Toronto Review
Church and Wellesley
I was looking for a place that had a kitchen, and so this hotel provided a great full kitchen. But the suite was extremely bland, with laminate floors, plain walls, and Ikea-style furnishings. No personality at all. The room was large but I would have gladly given up half the space for an ounce of elegance and aesthetic appeal. The old-fashioned heating unit never got the room temperature above 19 degrees and so I had to get a space heater in order to bring the room to a comfortable temperature. Despite the website saying that the hotel had been renovated, the bathroom was the style of a Motel 6. The bathtub was strongly stained, giving it a very shabby appearance. There was no hook to hang bath towels. On the plus side, the parkade was very convenient, running $30/night. The staff was extremely friendly, with a very pleasant check-in. One drawback that is not due to the hotel itself is that it is directly across the street from a large construction site. Construction began at 6 am, hence not allowing for a full night’s sleep.
I was in Executive View Suite for 5 nights and it has everything as what you have in your apartment like kitchen, laundry and balcony. It made me feel like home as a independent person. The most bonus about the room is the view when I look out the window especially after wake up in the morning and night. The sun really brighten the whole room. On my first day, I was expecting the pot, pans, tablewares, cutlery and utensils but it was all empty because of COVID. I salute them for taking it seriously to protect the staffs and guests. It did made me feel extra comfortable in my stay. I did request to bring those in my room because I wanted to cook and they brought it no problem. They don't bring everything because they weren't sure what I need but they would bring it if I requested specifically. The staffs were very nice and professional. I felt very welcome. I'm hearing impaired and the front desk was willing to repeat it for me while she has mask on. As a hearing person while other person wearing mask don't mixed well together. I enjoy my stay overall and I will definitely come back.
I booked a room with a lake view of Ontario, and the lake view is good. The location was also within a 10-minute walk from Union Station, and it was easy to find.
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.
The location is very good, very close to Chinatown, the front of the hotel is not big, the lobby is not big, there are many elevators, the front desk is western, but I am very happy that there is a Chinese waiter next to it, the room is very clean and exquisite, with bathtub . give it a like!
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.
Very nice apartment, I don't know why it is hard to find on Ctrip. It is the most recommended on booking. Seeing that Ctrip is cheaper, I booked it with Ctrip. There are washing machines and dryers, except for the small bathroom.
We were at another hotel during our Toronto trip but it was so bad. So we booked at Marriott for the rest of our trip. I was so pleased by the changement. Everything was next to the hotel, the CN tower, Ripleys aquarium ect so we could walk to our activities. Our room was huge and gorgeous so many space to put our luggage and clothes. I won’t be talking about the bathroom it was A1.
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
Great experience, we are in hotels regularly during our Covid summer vacation and we alcohol wipe all surfaces and high touch areas in our rooms upon entry. This place tops all of the 4 and 5 star places we visited, our white wipes remained white after the job on all surfaces including shelves. The Cavalli faucets, separate WC shower and sink dressing areas are great, professional lighting and industrial decor, very nice. Plus they welcome our little fury travel companion with reasonable fee and not assigning a rundown room for it, beautiful.
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
A good hotel and great location. They are under renovations though… I think?? , so not a lot of things open. The website made it seem way better than it was in terms of dining and the lobby. When I first arrived, the parking valet was rude and it was extremely busy and overwhelming in terms of what to do or where to go. Also, it’s $60 per day for the valet parking, which is all the hotel offers. The alternative is to use city parking across the street and park yourself. Room was clean and decent size. iPod charging dock was broken. Had a nice meal at Quinn’s restaurant, service was just ok. No breakfast vouchers given, though I saw other guests who had them. Didn’t get a a chance to check out the pool or fitness facilities. Elevators were very slow and crowded. A few not working I think.
BEST HOTEL TO STAY AT DURING AND POST COVID HANDS DOWN!! THE STAFF ARE SO AWESOME AND FRIENDLY AND COURTEOUS AND THE ROOMS AND HOTEL ITSELF IS SO IMMACULATE AND WELL KEPT AND VERY CONTEMPORARY. MR MOORTY DEFINITELY DESERVES ALL CREDIT AND A RAISE DUE TO HIS EXCEPTIONAL CUSTOMER SERVICE WITH A SMILE AS WELL AS MR NICHOLAS LAZAROU. CONVENIENT LOCATION IN THE HEART OF DOWNTOWN WITH EASE OF WALK ABILITY TO RESTAURANTS AND CITES AROUND THE CITY (CN TOWER, RIPLEYS, ETC). I WOULD HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS HOTEL TO ANYONE LOOKING TO GET AWAY FOR A LUXURIOUS ONE NIGHT STAY OR FOR A COUPLE OF DAYS. A HIDDEN GEM IN TERMS OF A BOUTIQUE HOTEL. My wife and I were looking to get away for a night and we decided on downtown Toronto since we didn't really feel safe leaving the city. Le Germain Maple Leaf Square came up as one of the highest rated hotels in the city but at half the cost of the other high end hotels in the city! After reading the reviews about the staff and luxurious rooms and size, I decided to book the hotel for a one night stay. I was very pleased to find out that that we were able to cancel the room until the day of (just in case something came up or the weather was not great). Mr. Lingeswaren Rama Moorthy, the Guest Services Manager, deserves big time credit!!! Not only did he answer my 100 e-mails that I sent him, but he did so in a professional and kind and helpful manner. He was so pleasant to talk to and get to know and he answered everything with regards to food options, parking, late checkout, room upgrades, etc. He was amazing!! Like seriously, when I arrived at the hotel it was in a tight spot and he was able to get us a parking pass so quickly! He also made sure we got a room on the highest floor possible and the hotel wrote a nice and sweet note for our anniversary. My wife was so appreciative. They also got a last minute microwave in our room which was greatly appreciated! Even though we were only there for a night my wife and I absolutely loved our stay there and we felt completely safe the whole time! The hotel was very empty and quiet (we never saw anyone else in the elevators or on our floor for that matter) and the rooms were tidy and well kept and sanitized thoroughly (no cleaning person ever entered our room during our stay, and no one had previously stayed in the room as well, big plus!). Zainura was equally as awesome! She printed our directions for a Thai restaurant we were looking to go to and she even brought up our takeout order with plates and extra cutlery! It's this level or service and quality that makes Le Germain stand out from the other bigger hotels. It definitely had a personal and family feel to it and the staff were so helpful and accommodating the whole time. As mentioned before, the rooms were of excellent size and very contemporary with a rainhead shower that can easily fit 2 and a comfortable king bed that my wife and I slept on very comfortable. The flat screen Samsung tv was a nice bonus
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!
I had to stay at a hotel when the place I was previously staying at had a potential COVID exposure so I couldn't return for a week until they were cleared. This hotel was the best price and very close to where I needed to be for the 2 nights I was in Toronto. The initial check-in was a little different but this was the first time I was staying at a hotel since the pandemic started. It was all contactless and while they normally offer a breakfast bar during the stay they had prepackaged foods like granola bars, yogurt cups, etc. for breakfast due to the restrictions. The room I stayed in was on the 16th floor and had a partial view of the CN Tower which was nice. It was a quiet room and quite clean overall. The bathroom was very bright and had a nice shower in it. There was a microwave and mini fridge and safe in the room with a small workspace and TV. I was able to connect to their internet with no trouble. (I used wifi but it looked like there was a spot for a wired connection) The one thing I didn't like was the lamp on the worktable I had in the room was an odd touch lamp, I prefer ones with a switch. Otherwise though the stay was nice and I had everything I needed. The staff were friendly and there is underground parking available (I already had parking nearby from my previous accommodation). The main lobby area is secured by keycard or buzzer through the main entrance. Overall, if I needed to stay for a couple nights in the same area I would have no problem going back to this location.
University of Toronto
My wife and I decided to book Kimpton's SG's venue "The Peregrine" for our wedding during the pandemic. The pictures turned out amazing because of the many beautiful and diverse areas for photos. We also spent 3 nights in their "King Deluxe" room and we couldn't have asked for a better room. Beautiful living room area, super soft bed, and the nicest bathroom I've ever seen. Everything in the hotel was clean and followed all the COVID protocols. We definitely felt safe being there during the pandemic since everyone was wearing a mask at all times and the hotel was absolutely spotless. The total cost was also very affordable, especially considering the cost of other potential wedding venues. There are also so many restaurants in the area, with lots of variety from different cultures. Finally, the best thing was the staff. WOW. They were extremely helpful during the wedding planning process, they allowed us to be there a day early to set everything up, emailed us always to double check on our plans/timeline. The cherry on top was when they brought us some treats to our room after the wedding. All in all, my wife and I couldn't have asked for a better place to get married and spend our pandemic honeymoon.
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.
Convenient transportation, complete shopping and dining in the surrounding area, it is the best choice for business trips, the front desk service attitude is good, after communication, the late check-out is allowed to 1 o'clock, and the room is spacious and clean
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!
We paid £93 for this hotel. It was basic but clean and tidy. The lift was broken but someone was found to carry our case upstairs for us. Once past the fire escape type iron stairs, the room was quite acceptable. it was clean and had cooking facilities and there was also a laundry. We slept well and the bed was comfortable. The hotel recommended Java for breakfast which was just down the road. This hotel is excellently placed for theatres, pubs, restaurants and transport. The taxi ride was 12 dollars from the station. Without a heavy case we could have done it by public transport. So given the prices of accommodation in Toronto, I can recommend this hotel and of course you can prepare basic food here which keeps the cost down. Don't be put off by the reception as it gets better once inside. Staff were helpful.
This hotel was used by guests to throw a party and gathering of more than 10 people and the hotel did nothing about it! This clearly breaks the bylaw in ontario. They booked 3 rooms and had more than 12 guests between all 3. They were constantly moving between rooms slamming doors and screaming. I called to complain about noise and they did nothing except ask them to keep the noise down. I confronted the group in the hallways and counted more than 10 people. They claimed they weren’t breaking any rules because they had 3 rooms (however they were clearly all jumping from room to room together). I reported it to the hotel staff who I heard knock on their door and asked them to keep 10 or less in a room. They knew they were breaking the bylaw and let it happen! If it wasn’t after midnight and I was in desperate need of sleep I would have and should have called 311 and reported the party. The hotel should have done the same. Instead I continued to hear doors slam and screaming all night long. So much for a good rest before travelling. I travel often and would never stay here or at a BW again. Beware of this hotel.
Everything about my stay was terrific. Service was excellent from the first greeting and check in, to checking out. The staff were friendly, professional, and quick to respond and help. I was a bit stressed out and exhausted from a long journey and and still had more to go. The last thing I felt I could cope with was hassling with checking in to a hotel but I was immediately taken care of without any additional stress and began to feel better right away. The room was exceptionally clean and well maintained. The bed was very comfortable, there were plenty of spots for charging and connecting all my devices, and a great seating arrangement so I didn’t just have to sit on the bed. The view was spectacular overlooking the terminals and airfield. I could see the planes parked at the gates then depart. I suppose if you would want to see any of that you could close the curtains and you’d never know you were actually staying on airport property because somehow the sound was blocked and there was virtually no noise. The location is brilliant, especially for a layover or early morning flight as it is literally connected by a walkway from Terminal 3. No worries about catching a shuttle. It was nice being able to relax and get a little extra sleep knowing I could just walk out and be in my terminal. Due to Covid-19 the restaurant was closed but full room service was available. The welcome and pleasant journey messages on the television were a nice little extra personal touch as well. It was truly a great stay and I highly recommend.
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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