it was a nice view and the water front wasn't to far from the amphitheater were i was going
it was over priced for a small hotel like that
Large rooms and beautiful large bathroom. Staff friendly and happy to help
Fast check in, complimentary breakfast above the norm, close to transport and entertainment
Expensive parking. Wifi should be free.
Everything is very close by, Excellent living rooms in each room, not just a typical bed and a desk, and the TV check out was very convenient.
they up graded us to a stadium view, that was good but they left the flood lights on all night. Seemed like a waste, but I guess that really has nothing to do with the hotel. Also we got unlucky and the kitchen was closed due to a break down, but I have eaten there before and it is very good
My room was large, beautiful, and clean. The hallways were a bit difficult to navigate and I got lost a couple of times until I got a acclimated to it. I went around in circles before I could find the elevator! The hotel is very special because it sits directly next to Rogers stadium, which is the home of the Toronto Blue Jays, & I understand that there is soccer there too. If you sit in the hotel's restaurant, you can look directly into the stadium, and it's a great deal of fun. However, I understand that there are some rooms that also look directly into the stadium but which do not have windows to the outside, so these rooms would make a sports fan very happy but perhaps others might be disappointed. Be sure to ask for a room that has a window to the outside if you don't want to face the stadium.
The concierge was very nice, and attempted to be very helpful. However, she did not give clear enough instructions on how to get around the city. Taking a cab was a big suggestion of hers, & I really wanted to learn how to use public transit. Perhaps part of the problem, however, is that Toronto's subway system has not grown as the city has grown. It is not that widespread or complex, and in order to reach many places, there's a great deal of transferring necessary between train and street car. So this is difficult for a tourist to learn quickly.
Large modern room.
Due to Blue Jays game they had no parking available when we arrived. I had to find off site parking which cost $40 then move my vehicle to the hotel after the game and pay hotel $35. So $75 to park, was NOT happy with that. No free wi-fi. Charge was $12.95. The room was not cheap, do they really need more of my money for wi-fi? I travel often and I cannot remember the last time wi-fi was not included for free. No in room safe.