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Pool Table, Darts, Nightclub/DJ, Evening Entertainment
Food & Drink
Bar, Restaurant with Dining Menu
WiFi is available in public areas and is free of charge.
Public parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is not possible) and costs CAD 20 per day.
Vending Machine (drinks), Baggage Storage, ATM on site, Daily Housekeeping, Meeting/Banquet Facilities
Newspapers, Non-smoking Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Air Conditioning, Adults Only
3:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
Children older than 19 years are welcome.
Cribs are not available.
Extra beds are not available.
The maximum number of total guests in a room is 2.
Pets are not allowed.
When booking more than 3 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
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This downtown Toronto, Ontario hotel offers spacious rooms with free Wi-Fi and a cable TV. It features a fitness room and is just 1.6 km from the Metro Convention Centre.
Score from 938 reviews Good
On a tranquil street in the heart of downtown Toronto, this hotel features rooms furnished with kitchenettes and is close to the Eaton Centre and the CN Tower. Wi-Fi is free.
Score from 280 reviews Good
A short walk from a subway station offering direct access to numerous Toronto city center attractions, including the CN Tower, 2.5 miles away, this historic refurbished hotel features comfortable...
Score from 410 reviews Good
The Garden District of downtown Toronto is home to this centrally located hotel, placed only moments from the Eaton Centre shopping plaza and offering spacious accommodations and modern on-site...
Score from 985 reviews Good
The location is excellent: it's in the 'Annex' neighbourhood. We have reserved one of the larger rooms with a gas burning fireplace. It was very cosy because of this. The 12 CAD coupon for the bar is a great bonus. The complimentary breakfast offers quite a good selection of items from oatmeal to hard boiled eggs.
The internet lacks the bandwidth needed for 21st century user requirements. The Hotel should be cognizant that very many mobile devices in the pub area will also be using the Wifi. This really taxes an inadequate bandwidth. This caused me to constantly not be able to access the internet. There is a 'broken/faulty' derelict ice machine that has not been functional since June (We stayed at this hotel in June). Guests have to go to the pub to retrieve ice. My advice to the hotel..Either fix the machine, or inform Guests upon check in how to procure ice.
Location High ceiling room- I guess if you paid $150.
Paid for king bed for $149+tax but we got a 2 single bed connected to each other. Front desk receptionist needs to be trained at least with CUSTOMER SERVICE. Free breakfast----what breakfast???There is no breakfast food when we got up.. what we saw was hard boiled egg with a funny taste and smell (puked it out), mini cereals box, cold muffins(left overs for who knows how many days) Serve breakfast at the pub which smells like beer, vomit, and anything that happened after NYE etc.
Close to subway and main bus route. Quiet location on the holiday. Not sure about on regular times with Frat houses in the area
I was given a 20 voucher for the pub at check in. Breakfast was included in the cost of the room so that meant I could use the voucher for supper. The staff was helpful in providing directions. The room was clean and had amenities.
I requested a taxi to be called for me at check in to arrive for 9:00am the next morning. I asked if the taxi has been called at check out and was told it had been forgotten to be called. It was called right away once realized it had been over looked. The bed was too soft, I like a firm bed.
Location Price Flexibility Space Nearby amenities
It has an ideal location- in the midst of things but on a quiet street. The rooms are good in a motel way. Price is reasonable.
The staff can't do much for you (wouldn't print my airline ticket!), though they are friendly in a Toronto way. Breakfast is a bore.
Location, and the funky cozy furniture. Friendly staff, and good value.
The pub is a bit noisy and the pub crowd stays noisy late into the night.
It was great for an overnight stay but not overly luxurious. Almost like spending the night at your grandparents. Only complaint was the loud partying at 2am at the connected pub. Food, staff and overall experience of this unique building made up for it.
Frat party at 2am waking me up, and eeriness of dark rooms and walls could use a coat of paint.
Great location, staff were friendly. Included breakfast. Room was comfortable and neat.
Small shower. Gets noisy at night because of the pub. Saw vomit on the stairs.
Loved that it cost half as much as any other downtown hotel. Very central location. Spacious and clean room. And they gave us a $12 voucher we could apply to food and drinks at their pub during our stay.
Due to its location right next to UofT and the fact that it has a bar attached to it, even in our "quiet room" you could still hear the music thumping in the distance. Nothing that kept us awake, but if you are a very light sleeper it could bother you.
Great price.Great location.
Very close to the subway line. The rooms are great, and not a big hotel feel.
Breakfast isn't great, and there is a fair bit of late night noise due to the university crowd.
Nice quiet location
No lift. Basic breakfast.
The proximity to museums, art galleries, shopping, restaurants, tourist attractions.
The response time to my leaving a message for the hotel to phone me back regarding a reservation I phoned on a Sunday and it was not until the next day that my call was returned. Due to no response I booked through Booking.com and got a room that had I a choice I would not of booked.
The hotel is near the subway station. The room is clean and no smoke smell. The hotel is near a club.
The room in the forth floor can not connect to the wifi. The heating can not be adjusted by people. It is automatic and we feel so cold in night.
The beds were like dorm beds. I had to check in through a busy bar full of drunken 20 yr olds. I had to ask a bouncer for a manager who stopped to hang out at the bar on the pub side while I stood there with my luggage. The room was tiny and the windows faced an alley where the bar let out. So from 1a to 3a, all I heard was drunken screaming and yelling. There was no breakfast. It was muffins and coffee. the bathroom didn't even have a toiletpaper holder. The paper was on the floor in a basket. I will never stay there again.
The quality and cleanliness of the room were above expectations while the casualness of the operation was as expected.
It was nice to have food and drink on site but the stale-leftover aroma from the student-customers of the night before made other close-by eateries more attractive.
Friendly and helpful
Hard to get help after 7pm, Front desk closed, everyone on voice mail if your able to find the # to call. I tried calling for security one evening as a young fellow was hanging around the front door (maybe trying to enter without a code key) covering his face when we looked at him. It was difficult to call for someone to check.
No bed bugs.
The Subway train running underneath the room every two minutes from 6:30am - 2:30am. The view of the car tires in the driveway through the only windows in the room.
Grapefruit at breakfast. Location.
Several lamps and the safe in the room did not work. Spotty staffing of the front desk so hard to correct. Breakfast location changed without appropriate notice. Day time front desk staff not service minded.
Location was within walking distance of the subway and Fresh health food restaurant - yummy!!!
Parking - only because we had to move our car to a lot just behind the hotel to make room for the fraternity party. It was not super expensive and it was just steps away so it turned out to be not much of an inconvenience at all.
Loud fraternity party kept us awake until 3 am . Party was in the house next door with party goers in the alley inches from our head.
Good location and quaint room.
Breakfast was quite limited
Great location: It is very close to both tram and subway, in the Annex district with lots of interesting old houses and a variety of small restaurants. The staff were very kind and responsive to our requests. The outdoor part of pub on a sunny day was great, with good pub food and nice selection of local brews. When booking ask where the room is located: avoid street front and pub side at all cost!!
Several rooms have lots of street exposure to noise etc and no AC so it was difficult to get a good sleep: black out curtains and AC would improve the situation and quality of sleep. Because of the vibrant pub ( lots of University students enjoying themselves) the noise level was constant until about 2 am. Although the antique furniture adds charm to the rooms, the cloth covered chairs and couches are looking old, tired and frankly dirty.... My advise to Madison keep the beautiful chests/ armoires etc and upgrade the seating in rooms to simple leather that can be cleaned! The breakfast "room: is in a dark part of the pub, dimly lighted and kind of sad.... the actual breakfast was fine, but it sure would improve your outlook to have it in a room with at least one window!
the bed was very comfortable and the room was quiet and clean. There is limited parking on site but street parking and a pay parking lot are located down the street. Breakfast was simple but good. The food at the pub was also good. It's a really nice location with lots of shops and sites nearby but it's still a quiet street that doesn't feel like it's right downtown.
The pub is a prime meeting spot for the university students and the music and noise inside is quite loud at night. If you want a quieter meal, go a little earlier in the evening
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