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225 Jarvis Street, Toronto, ON
0.7 km from
Good looking place. Good facilities. Poor location. Some minor annoyances such as the room literature having the incorrect times that breakfast was served.
Despite the efforts from the staff, you have to avoid this hotel at any cost. Avoid this hotel until the room as renovated. Paint is missing. Dirty furnitures. Don't sit on the sofa or you have to clean your clothes immediately. This hotel sounded like a nice deal. How disappointing. Need a complete renovation and avoid this place until every room is renovated. Staff was nice but they cannot change the fact that you have a horrible experience, a disgrace for a 4 star hotel.
Good location, with an easy walk to a lot of cool areas. Nice accommodations. Friendly staff. Parking cost $35 extra, and wifi was $10 per day. It's 2015 man, wifi should be freeee!
Great location. Close to subway and eaton centre Cheap price room but you pay extra for parking and wifi. Nearly 70 bucks just for those 2 alone. Rooms were nice but the ACC was terrible. Even at the lowest setting room never got below 23
This was a great deal! It is conveniently located downtown near the Air Canada Centre and a quick walk to the Hockey Hall of Fame. It's not easy finding a 4-star deal downtown, but this was definitely one! Everyone was kind and answered all our questions. Staff throughout the hotel was inquisitive and helpful. Parking on site and not too bad of a price. Highly recommended! Perfect stay. No complaints.
The Location Yes, the club is not as should be, it is just name
Convenient location. Parking was not included as well as wifi.
When I checked in I expected a standard room with 2 beds, what I got was only 1 bed. When advertising sales details as standard room, there needs to be something noticeable on the website that there standard rooms only comes with 1 bed. Makes for an awful 1st impression.
Locations is amazing, just steps from Queen St subway, lots of restaurants, shopping, and coffee shops nearby. The staff are super friendly and the complimentary fruit infused water is a very nice touch Actual entrance feels like it is on a side street. Next to a hospital which unfortunately attracts some less desirable elements nearby
It was convenient to the theatre and made it easier rather than having to drive & find parking. Rooms were very small for more than 2 people
I found it easy to walk to Rogers Center, Distillery district, waterfront, Union Station, etc. it is extremely close to the St. Lawrence Market. It is functional and provides just what this type of traveler seeks, simply a place to sleep, shower, and hold their stuff. It was fine for that as I often feel no need to pay double the price at another hotel just for a pretty room. Beds were comfortable, and the fridge and microwave in-room convenient. As others have pointed out, it is run down. Every room needs maintence of some kind from unfinished floors to unpainted walls, broken bathroom cabinets, and moldy sealant around bathroom enclosure. The area has plenty of homeless, as does seemingly all of downtown Toronto, so you'll be hassled for 'change' a lot, but I never felt unsafe as long as you don't engage them.
They are nor organised at all,and the people at the front desk were rude