Room: We stayed in the Trillion room, the largest room in the attic of the house. Room was cool with fans blowing awhich i8pm, but during the afternoon it was very hot no matter what. (The heat was not a problem in the other rooms with central air.) The back patio (only avail with the Trillion room) was great to kick back with a beer during downtime.
Service/amenities: the guys who take care of the place are great, very friendly and responsive. 2 shared bathrooms which we didn't love but never had problems waiting to get into the bathroom. Areas were clean, breakfast was adequate and had many options. They provided towels and there was shower stuff in the bathrooms.
Location: a block and a half away from the streetcar which was great, right next door to the stop was a convenience store where we bought tokens for $2.50 each. Also about a ten minute walk to Yonge Square/Easton Shopping center. Unfortunately, the walk there has an assortment of homeless/crazy looking people who solicit you often. I was pretty nervous at night and would not feel safe walking alone.
Value: we would've preferred to stay in the smaller rooms - the value is much better around $90 at this B&B for the amenities provided and services. At $110+ we probably would've done better to go elsewhere for a little more with bathrooms, better location, etc. However overall we still enjoyed our stay!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Toronto Garden Inn is an intimate Bed and Breakfast set in a charming Victorian Home ideally located on a residential street within walking distance to many of Toronto's major landmarks and attractions. We have 6 comfortable guest rooms and 1 studio apartment suite. Prices are per room, single occupancy and vary according to the room and the number of guests. We offer free continental breakfast, 24 hour snacks and beverages as well as free Wi-Fi and Canada/U.S. Phone calls. We are about a 10 minute walk east of Dundas Square/Dundas subway station and within 10 to 30 min walking distance to the Historic Distillery District, Yonge Street, the Eaton Centre Shopping Mall, St. Lawrence Market, Cabbage Town, the Elgin Theatre, the Art Gallery of Ontario, Ryerson University, St. Michael's Hospital, the Gay Village, The Financial District, The Bus Terminal and the Train Station and 30 to 45 minute walking distance to the CN Tower, Ripley's Aquarium, Roy Thompson Hall, Yorkville, Air Canada Centre, Rogers Centre, University of Toronto, Royal Ontario Museum, Greek Town as well as the city's finest restaurants and cafes. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Toronto Garden Hotel Toronto