Featuring 157 newly renovated Guestrooms and Studios which include hard wood floors and over sized showers. Watermark Restaurant / Lounge along with Splash Pool Patio offer a variety of culinary delights. Located in downtown Toronto
The location was phenomenal, within walking distance of so much -- only a 10-15 walk from Air Canada Centre, a couple minutes from the Rogers Centre/aquarium/CN Tower, and just a short subway ride from the ROM and Casa Loma, etc. The restaurant behind the hotel (Amsterdam Brewhouse) was absolutely fantastic as well. The rooms were so clean and big and comfortable. It was perfect for a weekend getaway. On top of it, the staff was so friendly and helpful, making for an even better stay.
The only thing I really didn't like was the fact that parking wasn't free for hotel guests (it was $21/day), but I know that it's a hotel in the downtown area of a large city, so they can't really control that/you should expect to pay for parking.
The location was pretty good with pretty quick access via street car to the main subway terminal. Staff was also very friendly and helpful.
This is definitely not a luxury hotel. Things look nice but the hotel is old with a new coat of paint. You can tell where the renovations were done on a budget so things looked nice, but were not actually done well. In addition, the walls were paper thin. We could hear the people in the next room having a conversation. We did get the hotel for a very good rate, but there is absolutely no way the rooms are worth normal price. The hotel itself is not bad, but it is by no means 'luxury.'
Location and the updated modern rooms were very clean!
We were in town for a concert and a Jay's game, the location was perfect. We love to be near the waterfront when in Toronto and this was our favorite location so far. The hotel is smaller in size which is nice, not too busy, it's clean and the staff was great. The pool area on the 5th floor is a great location to sit at night and enjoy a cocktail while people watching. We have no complaints about this hotel.
A little pricey but I guess you pay for location.
Settled into the hotel restaurant for dinner--seemed nice at first glance--only to discover that the only way for guests to use the pool facility is to enter and exit, you guessed it, right through the restaurant. Read: noisy kids, waterlogged floors, noisy commotion, did I mention noise? Yeah. Noise, lots of noise. What an incredible fail for Radisson.
Everything was great and staff was amazing. Very clean. Great location a couple blocks from everything.
Parking was a mess was told $21 dollars but credit card was charged $35
The breakfast french toast was delicious. Good downtown location.
Room didn't have blackout curtains, but it did have Eastern exposure (i.e. the early sun). I think the more expensive rooms had blackout curtains, but that should be a standard feature, not one you pay more for! Bathroom didn't have a toilet-paper dispenser. Had to unroll it on my own. Nor did the shower have a full closing door- only half the shower was covered.
Room was nicely appointed, clean. Location is great although construction is going on in street for awhile
Room was clean bright and comfortable, staff was professional courteous and quick.
Parking was an issue, went to a ballgame and left after the game. Vehicle was left in parking lot at hotel took me over 35 minutes to exit lot. Restaurant at hotel is beautiful but not family orientated.
Staff were extremely helpful and friendly. Great location on the waterfront & boardwalk. Within walking distance of the Metro Toronto Convention Centre (5 - 10 min) and Union Station (10-12 min). Spacious, bright rooms with very comfortable beds. Proxmity to restaurants i.e. full service restaurant on the fifth floor, coffee shop in the lobby, Sports bar and doughnut shop in the same building and near to two brewhouses/restaurants.