Strategically located next to Dundas Square, this was the numpteenth hotel that we stayed at during our trip to Canada. It looked inviting, perhaps even too much, since the room was a bit small and had a rather cramped the feeling. The bathroom was clean, well equipped with towels and bathing products. There was also a satellite TV. The room was not particularly soundproof and, whilst it wasn´t really a problem during the day, the central location was a problem at night because of the uproar you could hear on the street. The air conditioning apparatus, located right next to the bed, was somewhat noisy. Very attentive staff, lots of information available for the client, breakfast very good despite being an organized tour. Room access card which you also had to use in the elevator, too, starting at 10 pm. The best thing about this place is the location, which allowed us to get a taxi and walk to a lot of places in the center, and the area seemed very safe, but the truth is that in Canada I never felt unsafe.
The HI Toronto, part of the international network of hotels. Breakfast is not included but it has a guest kitchen and free internet connection. It offers various excursions to Toronto, Niagara Falls ... at affordable prices. It is situated near the train station and the first stop of the bus that comes and goes to the airport.
I stayed here the first time I was in Toronto, and it was perfect for my visit, close to plenty of attractions, restaurants and places to visit and see. From here I could walk to the famous CN Tower, St Lawrence market, and many other places. The rooms are comfortable, with a coffee maker, fridge, cable TV, nice amenities, air conditioning and heating, and a 24-hour business centre. On the top floor there's a gym, sauna, and hot tub that can be used by all the guests. Reserve the restaurant at least one day in advance, as it's very popular.
I’d say this hostel is average for the price you pay. The location is great, within walking distance to sights, restaurants, and public transit. The staff members here are also friendly, and it’s an easy environment in which to meet people. However, I do think cleanliness in the bathrooms could be improved. Additionally, there are only two washers and two dryers, which can cause a competition to see who gets to the machines first. (It’s really not fun to have to compete to wash your clothes first.) The mattresses are also make loud squishy sounds, so light sleepers beware! I wouldn't necessarily choose to bunk here again, but it’s not the worst in the world. If you’re not particular about accommodations, this place is fine.
On my second visit to Toronto I preferred to change hostel because the former was a little far from the center and had no atmosphere, so I went to Clarence Park, a quiet and pretty place because it was better rated. The problem was that I arrived at 22:30, and although when booking nothing was specifically indicated, the reception closes at 10pm, and even though I had paid for the reservation they wouldn't let me in. It was raining heavily, and the Italian night porter must have felt sorry for me because he let me in but I was not given a room key, so I could not go out for dinner. What I saw of the hostel was fine, with a large kitchen, a living room with large TV, free wifi, and very friendly with backpackers from around the world, and the bedrooms were not bad. In the bottom of the Victorian house where they are located they have opened a very nice French-style cafe with good croissants and coffee, but quite expensive.
We stayed at the brand new Delta Toronto hotel for New Year's Eve and had a wonderful time. The hotel recently opened in late 2014, so everything about it was brand new - the rooms, the lobby, and the restaurant. The room itself was clean, bright, and very comfortable with all kinds of modern amenities. The desk was huge and had just about every kind of plug adapter you could think of. The bathroom was spacious with premium toiletries. The room itself had a spectacular view of downtown Toronto, which allowed us to even view the New Year's Eve fireworks show at Nathan Phillips Square from our room! The hotel was decorated throughout with a modern take on Canadiana. There were giant murals of the Toronto skyline in bright colors. The hotel was also attached to the PATH system, an underground series of pedestrian tunnels that led us directly to the subway. This was incredibly convenient as we didn't have to even brave the chilly weather outside! We wouldn't hesitate to stay again at the Delta Toronto and highly recommend it to anyone staying in the city. It's close to the waterfront, the downtown core, and public transit that allows you to get anywhere you'd like!
The Regal Constellation (Toronto-Ontario-Canada) has the biggest convention hall in the city, with more than 90,000 square feet of conference, meeting or banquete space. They offer comfortable rooms with TV and climate control, also you can find a bank, hairdresser, car rental agency, and pool. It has a gift shop on the outside. The Regal Restaurant offers Chinese food.
The Days Hotel and Conference Centre is located in the business district of Toronto just one block from the subway. The restaurant offers an extensive menu of international beers. There is also wireless Internet access and fax services. Facilities include an indoor heated pool, outdoor sundeck, and fitness center with cardiovascular equipment.
The Sandman Signature Hotel Toronto Airport is situated 2 kilometers from the "Toronto Lester B" at Pearson International Airport in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is close to the "Royal Woodbine Golf Club" and also the "Toronto Congress Centre". The hotel offers free high internet access, pool, and a restaurant. Guestrooms have machines for coffee, cable TV, and a washer and dryer in one of the siutes.
The Clarion Hotel & Suites Selby, was originally a Victorian mansion built in 1882, it is located in downtown Toronto. Its location opposite the Sherbourne Bloor subway station gives guests easy access to the CN Tower, the Eaton Centre,and the Elgin Theatre and Hockey Hall of Fame,about three kilometers away from the hotel. It's facilities include a gym, meeting rooms, and an assistance team for hotel guests.
The Crowne Plaza Don Valley is about 2 km from the Science Center and about 5 from the Ford Center in Toronto City. The main attractions at the hotel are the indoor pool, the full gym, spa, sauna and high speed wifi connection.
The hotel offers big rooms which are all equipped with modern facilities and a variety of services. It is perfect for those who want a relaxing holiday amidst an environment of warmth and comfort. In addition, the building has a terrace that offers incredible views of the city.
The Windsor Arms Hotel (Toronto - Ontario - Canada) has 26 rooms available with air conditioning, bath, bathrobe, full bathroom, cable satellite TV, desk, direct dial phone, DVD, free newspaper, hairdryer, iron and ironing board, hot tub, mini bar, telephone in the bathroom, radio, safe, sofa bed, smoke detector and rooms for handicapped customers.