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12:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Cribs are not available.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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it feels like home
would be better if the price was lower
Location is very convenient. Bright, large, clean room, 0.5 miles to U of T campus, street car at the door, on-street pay parking outside the door, plenty of sidewalk cafes 2 blocks away, awesome Jewish deli almost next door. Full common kitchen just as in hostels. Keys for independent entry 24/7. Great value.
Inconsistent wi-fi. Noise in drain pipe from rooms upstairs but was made quiet by closing our bathroom door.
It is a good place to stay with everything you need including a bed, couch, internet, and kitchen.
The cleanliness of the room and the kitchen. The location is ok for certain areas, but a bit far from the city center, so then you'd have to take public transportation.
We had a fabulous stay. Location was excellent and would recommend this to friends and family.
The bathroom setup was a little strange but ok.
The room was comfy enough, with a fan, so I didn't have problem to sleep because of the warmness. And thefe was even a TV. The location is perfect, just 5 minutes walking to Kensington Market, and with a streetcar stop in front of the door
The location was excellent. It is very central to everything, bus, subway, eateries and attractions. It was very clean.
The facilities are very bare. Our room lacked natural light, the windows looked out into other windows. The room temperature was unequal. This room was essentially only to sleep in, great if the weather cooperates for visiting but I can't imagine if the weather is not good. The kitchen lacked a coffee machine so unable to make any coffee despite having access to a kitchen.
Location Price Friendliness of staff Access to full kitchen
Boo Hoo no wifi but go across the road to the coffee store super fast wifi
Homey, friendly environment. Very simple and unpretentious. Very secure with the gate onto the street and amazingly quiet for the centre of Toronto.
The hotel pre authorized my card when I booked it through Boking.com, when I arrived there I've paid with cash and until now my money on card is not available.
I liked the proximity of the guest house to many of the famous sections of Toronto, China Town, Kensington Market, and Little Italy.
perfect for 20 year olds coming to TO to look for a job, etc. not for adults used to any degree of modern comforts.
The guest house is located centrally in our favorite neighborhood of Toronto. Staff was extremely kind and went above and beyond to help secure parking for our car and safe storage for our bikes. We felt like we were staying with family rather than just another paying guest in a corporate hotel franchise.
This is not a five star hotel, but great value for the small price tag.
The place is modest and the rooms are small, which is fine given the price and location. A great place to just crash and sleep.
I could not connect to the wifi easily.
My fiance and I were so impressed by Kaisar Guest House! We stayed there one night in a double room with private bathroom. The building was very cozy and charming inside with cute decorations and signs in Japanese. The staff member who checked us in was very sweet and friendly. Check-in was easy and they helped us out by giving us our room very early (9 AM). The room was very spacious, with very high ceilings, and had lots of light coming in through the windows. The furniture was all nice IKEA furniture, which made it feel more like staying in an apartment than a hostel. The bathroom was nice as well. There was also a small flat-screen TV but we didn't use it much. The location was also great. We are not very familiar with Toronto, but we soon found that there were a lot of interesting bars as you walked to the west, and it was a short walk east to busy Spadina Ave. and Chinatown. Best of all, the guest house is on a 24-hour streetcar line that took us downtown very easily. All in all, we felt very lucky to have come across this place and wouldn't think twice about choosing it again the next time we are in Toronto.
We had only a few minor complaints that did not interfere with our enjoyment of our stay. One is that the wifi was slow and we found ourselves having to switch between their four networks in order to stay connected. I noticed the shower curtain had a little mildew on it but it didn't bother me, and the room was extremely clean aside from that. Also, there was no refrigerator and a policy of no food in the room, which might have bothered us if we had stayed longer and hadn't been eating out so much, but for our purposes it was fine. Finally, it bothered me a little bit that they charge a 5% fee for paying with credit card, which as far as I know is against the policy of the credit card networks, but we just paid in cash and avoided it.
This place was an unbeatable bargain for the Toronto area when you just need a place to lay your head. It was absolutely spotless and warm, very quiet at night as well, which surprised me. The staff were cheerful, helpful and friendly. The area is excellent - tons of things to do and see, especially around Chinatown and Kensington Market. Great eateries nearby, TTC right at the door and a 24-hour drugstore within a 5-minute walk which has everything. I will definitely be planning to stay there again when I next go through Toronto!
The only tiny comment I have, and it really was no big deal, was the stairs to my room were very narrow and steep. There is a handrail however, and younger people (I am a bit older and use a cane) will have no trouble I am sure. I still managed fine although I had to be careful and go slowly. The washrooms are at the end of the hall and shared, but were impeccably clean - this may bother some people who like their privacy/convenience, but it didn't bother me at all. These were extremely small inconveniences in the light of what a bargain and 'find' the place was!
Economy within few tram/metro stops from business centre; communal kitchen
The street appearance could turn you off. Although well equipped kitchen in place there does not seem to be a food store or supermarket within walking distance
I was not able to use Wi-Fi unless I went into the lobby in which anyone can just join in.
It is not my first time living in a gust house. This one was way worse than my previous experiences and was not worth the price at all. I stayed 1 night in the private room with bathroom. Very old building that has not been well renewed. In general a NOT a clean place, including the room itself, kitchen and bathrooms. I wonder even if weekly they are cleaned. Yellow stained towels and bed sheets and NOT clean plumber. The room was full of spider webs around the corners, including some of its architects at the bathroom. Interesting rules according to the above facts: like having to take off your shoes at the door and putting them in an unprotected box over there! "No food" at the room! The kitchen is a mess. Very poor WiFi (disconnected regularly and slow speed) I do not recommend this place to anyone I care about.
the heater in the room was impossible to turn off: was hot as in hell.. not comfortable beds the staircase is so narrow that you can easily fall down the bathroom is so cold that you cannot take a shower
Convenient and friendly
often room clean desired
Price was good for location Room was comfortable Several showers and toilets Secure Several Wi-Fi channels Television in the room
It was exceptionally hot in my room to the point that I constantly had large beads of sweat running down my face and I'd wake up with the entire bed soaked in sweat. This, combined with the day of delays and travel with no food and water, led to me becoming dehydrated for the entire trip, so I didn't get to enjoy my stay in Toronto.
Staff, very hospitable place was well heated. Bed and linens very clean. Shower etc......very clean.
The staff were friendly and accommodating. I got a late check in and a late check out. My room was clean and spacious. The cable, internet, and everything else worked just fine. The location is excellent. I love the neighbourhood the guesthouse is located (Little Italy). This guesthouse is perfect for young travelers. I will be coming back.
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