The Ivy isn´t so much a classical hotel. It´s a business club with serveral nice meeting lounges, a lady fitness studio, a spa and perhaps the best restaurant "George" I have ever eaten at. We were told - also there was no one, when we we stayed - that the Ivy is a hot spot for weddings in Toronto. And I can understand this.
The rooms - they only have four, so feel yourself luck if you get one - are big and lovely decorated, with over king size beds which might be the most comfortable I ever had sleeped in, a big bath - seperated shower and closet - with Bulgari toiletries and several different bathing salts available for disposal in the big bathing tube.
The breakfast - croissant, cake, fresh fruit and juice, coffee or tea, everything excellent - was offered on tray outside the room on an old french pastries table and had to be carried in your room. We ate it on our balcony with view to the patio. Great start of the day. Coffee (Nespresso) and softdrinks were complimentary the whole day.
The hotel itself is very central, probably 10 min walk to Eaton Center with a subway station just around the corner and big public parking space on the other side of the street.
So go there, even if you don´t want to mary.More
- Free Wifi