Really nice staff. We arrived in the middle of the night after a long drive and got a free upgrade to a suite. The room was lovely, with a separate living room. The bar downstairs faces into the stadium and I imagine would be a great spot to watch a game. There wasn't one on when we were there though.
I must point out a few negatives though. Our particular suite was a very long walk from the elevator (seriously about a 4 to 5 minute walk) - annoying if you've forgotten something in the room! But I'm sure not all the suites or rooms are that far from the elevator.
Watch out for the extras, like the very pricey water. I was disappointed that wifi was not free in the hotel rooms. You can use free wifi in the lobby, but we needed to use the internet for a couple of hours, so would have much preferred to be in the room rather than the lobby for all that time. When we checked out, valet parking had mistakenly been added to our bill, which was weird as our car had been sitting in self parking the whole time and we had been charged for that too.
Other than that, it was a very nice stay.
- Also Known As:
- Renaissance Toronto
- Toronto Renaissance
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Charge up for business productivity or wind down for leisure creativity. You set the pace at the Renaissance Toronto Hotel Downtown. This 348-room hotel has the amenities and service excellence for following your lead and meeting your every need. ... more less
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