"1. The hotel is close to the cn tower. It should be able to walk in five or six minutes. 2. No breakfast at the hotel, there are meals around the hotel, walk 7 minutes to A&W, breakfast is quite a variety, and cheap 3. Parking for 50 a day, very expensive, and not stop by yourself, give the key to the waiter to help you stop, pick up the car, there are two parking lots opposite the hotel, no more than 30 a day, stop opposite, very close 4. There is a Chinese restaurant for six or seven minutes, or I am used to the comfort of a bowl of noodle soup. 5. The Kindle that read the book the next day after the check-in can't be found. The front desk said to help me find it. There is no feedback yet. I lost it inexplicably. This level of hotel should not be reasonable."
"As the most expensive hotel in Toronto, it can only be said to be very general. The lobby is small, the hotel is a bit old and the floor is warm and broken. The good thing is that there is CN Tower view. The service is very general, and there is no feeling of being at home. I feel that the front desk is thinking about the guests, not the guests. Many people have also mentioned that Marriott Gold Card and even Titanium have no eggs. The hotel is in the entertainment district. Many people who drink and soak in the evening, single women need special attention when they travel. There is no convenience store around the hotel, which is slightly inconvenient. This price is really not recommended."
"Don't eat breakfast, there is basically nothing to eat, the room is so nice! The location is very convenient, 2 kilometers away from Chinatown, there are dogs to ignore, a few hundred meters away from the CN Tower, you can go to the harbor, there are pearl restaurants near the harbor to eat lobster and onion ginger crab is very delicious."