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I didn't know what to expect and I was pleasantly surprised! We spent 30-60 minutes exploring the 5 themed areas: cactus, palms, etc. The gardens are beautiful and well maintained. The Conservatory is quiet and peaceful, with few visitors. We took pictures of neat plants and lovely displays. I highly recommend visiting the Conservatory if you're in the area!
As the name suggests, it is Toronto’s First Post Office and is functional even today. It is located in the historic St. Lawrence district. It has a museum inside which is worth visiting. Certainly would very highly recommend the same to any traveler.
What a great way to use the area under a highway. Sections are used for a skateboard park and a basketball court, and apparently there is also a farmer's market held here as well. We came for the art painted on the columns and it was worth the walk. The art is amazing and well worth the visit. While here...
Several of us were here last night to attend a performance of "Figaro's Wedding" by Against the Grain Theatre, Joel Ivanu's adaptation of the Mozart opera. The audience numbered about a hundred, arranged in two different ways -- seating was rearranged during the two intermissions. The opera was highly entertaining. It runs for another week; try to get to it...
After a stroll through the Old Cabbagetown section of Toronto, my wife and I found the perfect place to relax, unwind and stuff our faces beyond recognition.
House on Parliament is a busy yet welcoming gastropub that serves elevated pub grub raised to a high level.
For an appetizer, my wife and I shared the Wild Boar, Pheasant, and Cognac...
Lovely decor, and very good staff.
The menu is small, but WOW ! We tried several sharing apps and were they every good !! Off the charts delicious, We had six, and each was fantastic. Greta use of spices, and everything had an amazing taste onto itself. Fabulous and beyond expectation.
Great staff, great dinner.
Stopped in for quick breakfast. Ended up getting falafel as it looked so good. Was delicious, nice and moist and great flavor. Coffee good. Never did try the muffins but they looked great. Owner is a hoot as mentioned in other reviews , but beware he may ”guilt” you into buying something... All in good fun!
Overall we had a enjoyable stay at the Grand Hotel. Service was excellent and the food at the restaurant is unique but enjoyable. Was advised not to walk outside late at night, so not the place to stay if you're bar hopping till the early hours and planning to walk back to your room. Take an Uber instead.
Booked through hotel.com, was impressed so O booked my next business trip with them.
I realized after being sent to the4th floor next to a fire escape that I had been DUPED.
I was informed anyone staying longer than a day gets pushed out of the best rooms.
I was dissapointed as I sat here listening to a...
The hotel is fine for what it is. If you want to cool down the room, you need to go to the front desk and ask for the remote to turn on the cooling unit. No elevator. The WiFi didn’t always work and one front desk worker told us it was from a recent storm but then another worker looked...
Stayed there before my morning flight to Saskatoon. Because it’s just an one night stay in Toronto, I was looking for cheap hotels in Toronto, then I found this one. Okay, where do I begin, the location was bad. I found homeless and sketchy people everywhere. It’s also located right above a strip club, yeah a strip club. It’s so...
The staff was friendly and helpful, but I had to move twice within 9 days as my rooms were still not renovated and therefore not in good conditions. Most annoying were disrespectful other guest being extremely noisy well after midnight.
Location is poor as well, min 25-30 min walk to center.