I spent 4 nights in the Sullivan Street shared house and 2 nights at the Baldwin Village Inn, both run by a very welcoming couple and their delightful daughter. Rooms were comfortable, clean and quiet. The bedroom in Baldwin lacked an ensuite and tv but that was not a big inconvenience for me, as a single person. Meals at Sullivan were self-catering. Complimentary breakfast at the Baldwin was an unexpected pleasure with cereals, eggs done to your choice, toast, cheese and coffee/ tea, in the company of the other guests who came from across North America, Europe and Asia. A few of the guests were regulars - very regular regulars - and that says much for the hospitality and ambience. Cleanliness and security are obviously very important to the hosts, and it is greatly appreciated. The location is ideal for the city center and in the immediate vicinity are restaurants of all types to satisfy hungry diners. I have no plans to visit Toronto again in the near future but if/when the opportunity arises the Baldwin Village Inn will be my first choice for accommodation.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Nestled within the beautiful patio-restaurants of Baldwin Village, the Baldwin Village Inn is a bed and breakfast accommodation in the heart of the best cultural,sports, shopping, cuisine and entertainment activities that Toronto can offer. Since opening in 2006, the Inn has been winning accolades. Featured by travel guidebooks Time Out as a Best Hotel, and by Lonely Planet. The Inn was recently chosen as a Top 10 Toronto Hotel by The Guardian U.K. newspaper. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Baldwin Village Hotel Toronto