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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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Score from 2400 reviews Good
In the middle of Toronto city center, only a short walk from the College subway station, this hotel features thoughtful on-site facilities and spacious rooms with free Wi-Fi access.
Score from 971 reviews Good
Annex Quest House is located in Toronto. Free Wi-Fi access is available. Spadina subway station has an exit 5 metres away from the property.
Score from 26 reviews Very good
In downtown Toronto, this property features an on-site restaurant. A refrigerator is included in each room and an airport shuttle is offered. Eaton Centre is a 2-minute drive away.
Score from 929 reviews Good
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
Location is great, friendly and hospitable staff, very accommodating and courteous.
Excellent location. We have really enjoyed previous stay in larger suites at the Madison.
Our room on the 4th floor was a disappointment. Faded, cramped, poor quality linens and pillows. A long haul up with suitcases. Breakfast next door was limited to coffee and small muffins and bagels. Madison needs to decide if it is a "boutique hotel" or a loud active university pub with some rooms next door.
Room felt private and cozy. Staff in the pub was very nice.
The office and lobby area a real turn off.
We had a biggish suite and the price seemed reasonable The location is great
It is all a bit shabby The breakfasts are disappointing and served in a dark beer smelly bar The noise from the Fraternity House till 4am
our room was large and comfortable and most important quiet. The inn is near the university, almost next to the spadina subway, so is in an excellent position to explore Toronto.
Breakfast was poor but there.
The property was beautiful, set in a nice Victorian Age neighborhood. The service staff were personable and helpful.
There was a homeless guy that was on the stoop every night. We had an issue printing out our boarding passes for our flight but did get it accomplished after a bit of a fluster with the office staff. The breakfast was a little limited.
good value - older home with beautiful trim - nicely remodeled
we are a older couple and our room was on top floor - warning - no elevator - that was hard on us we were suppose to arrive late on Friday night - but plane was canceled and we arrived Saturday morning - I left 2 messages - but they never received them??? - confusing phone system. Our safe didn't lock and after many requests to fix this we gave up - this house is in the middle of the university area - the "English Pub" is a hangout for college kids - but the food was very good and the staff was also very nice. Keep the windows closed as it was loud at night. Bed was very hard - but the pillows were great
No wifi and no solution provided to fix the problem.
Nice buildings in delightful street well=placed for public transport and stellar Royal Ontario Museum. Our room was fine if small, comfortable bed and good a/c with bonus ceiling fan.
Reception staff (exploited grad students?) seemingly untrained in the basics of the hospitality industry, given painfully limited responsibility and, in the worst case, offensively off-hand in attitude. If the management would like details I will gladly give them. One day our room wasn't cleaned. On the Sunday we needed breakfast promptly at 8.30 as advertised; the door wasn't opened till 8.45 and we had a taxi waiting at 9.00. The hotel had failed to register our extra day's booking, made shortly after our original booking and weeks before our stay and, before I was able to speak to management, staff was insisting we changed rooms at short notice and unacceptable inconvenience. Terminally hard-boiled eggs subjected to possibly days of refrigeration were the low of a very unappealing buffet breakfast.
The hotel was extremely close to a TCC (Subway) station, which made sightseeing very easy.
Just about everything else. The staff was unhelpful and vague. The 'chef' who prepared the breakfast looked like he needed a good scrubbing. The breakfast area was last scrubbed itself sometime last decade. The WiFi was extremely spotty and the direction for logging on were inconsistent. We were told we had an upgraded room and if that was an upgrade, I am glad we never saw the regular rooms. It was dusty, the teapot wasn't cleaned after some previous guest. Since the WiFi wasn't working, we decided to use the phone book to find a place to eat, but it was from 2005. When mentioned to the staff, we were fobbed off and given vague directions towards food. Fortunately, we didn't listen or we would have been walking around an admitting lovely residential neighborhood, but residential nonetheless. The foot traffic through the alley was nonstop, even at 4 am. Spend a bit more to stay at a real hotel.
location, staff, room
Kelly the manager was incredibly warm and accommodating. Hotel was comfortable, CLEAN, and very nice.
The other hotel front desk staff were not friendly. They had attitude problems.
We like the rooms and whole feel of the hotel. We ate nearly every night as well as some lunches at the bar / café. The staff treated the older patrons (most tended to be uni students) well and the food was good. Fantastic location near Spadina station.
The first night we arrived late and I went up to their bar / café for a meal. Some of the patrons were a bit tanked up including one who threw up as he was leaving and then just kept walking. The breakfast was pretty ordinary - not many options to eat. Cereal option was a huge pile of the small All Bran packets. Seriously, who eats All Bran.
noise from outside bar could be a problem if your a light sleeper
Our room window was a skylight that had no curtains or blinds over it. Nothing to keep the light out. It's also adjacent to a loud pub. Not a good choice if you want decent night sleep.
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