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Went here for a conference. Used the 2nd floor where the halls are. Each hall can fit up to 50 people comfortably. They also had the main one which can fit 150 people without it feeling too crowded. The main one also can be divided into two with a divider. They also provide water in pitchers with glasses beside every room. For lunch, they provided servers and halal options. They provided the seats, table and cloth for it. There is also a bus stop nearby, stop light and a park across it which makes it easily accessible. Speaking of accessible, they have lifts for wheelchairs on every stairs.
We had a 4 night stay (in fact it's our last night tonight). The room we had was spacious and the bed very comfortable. We had a separate lounge area, bathroom and bedroom with a big walk in wardrobe. The bathroom could have done with a new wash basin as it was badly cracked. We had a fridge, microwave and tea/coffee facilities as well. The front desk staff were really helpful and informative. We didn't meet one that didn't offer to help make our stay a good one. Jarvis Street is an up and coming area. Easy reach of Downtown Toronto and the waterfront. Yes I would stay again. But they need to get that basin fixed and clean up the pool area including the changing rooms. It was grubby looking.
We stayed here for a couple days while touring around Toronto. The location was great and easy to find, although disappointed that we had to pay to park in parking lot. Some of the front desk staff were very helpful and even let us know he had heard on the radio there was an accident on a main highway, so we should avoid taking that route. The rooms are dated but larger than most. Unfortunately, the restaurant attached had hours that didn’t work with our schedule so we never had a chance to try it. If you are needing somewhere to sleep and aren’t planning on spending a ton of time in your room, this hotel would be a good choice.
King suite was great small but very clean, parking was a gem best parking rate / ease of access. Small hick ups with signage on accessing hotel latest night or with having to get new keys every morning. But overall it was a wonderful experience and for a quick weekend getaway or a reasonable business trip this would be one of my top pics.
I came here to celebrate my birthday in Toronto. Font Desk Agent was rude not only to me but to my friends I came with. I'm from the US so I wasn't aware that my American Visa would decline but I had all the funds for the reservation. When my friend tried using her card it declined as well because of her American Visa as well. Her whole demeanor showed that she was annoyed at us and would huff and puff when we asked her questions. When we checked in our room, it was cold and the heater did not warm up the room so we needed more blankets. When we asked her she still had her snarky rude tone and said they ran out, yet we were able to get blankets later that night. Front desk is the hotels first impression she made them look bad. If you're having a bad day and you're working in hospitality it is your job tuck in your personal issues and be professional. We were all really upset and did not feel welcomed at all at this hotel.