Bedrooms beautifully styled etc. However, so much for a relaxing morning enjoying a coffee while lounging / watching TV / reading papers - one has to go downstairs to the diner. Seriously? At a, albeit discounted rate of over $200 for a night? A 4* hotel with no in-room tea/coffee. Crazy!
Also, reception can get noisy in the evening - not a major issue while standing there in person, but when I telephoned ahead of time to get parking information and, later from in-room requesting ice, it was a challenge to hear the receptionist.
Indeed, reception doesn't feel like a traditional, what one comes to expect experience, at any 3* and up establishment.
I've been more impressed with stays at various Holiday Inn's and it's ilk, world wide.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Thompson Toronto, Thompson's first international addition, opened the summer of 2010 in the diverse and artistically driven King West Village, a neighborhood adjacent to the city's financial and entertainment districts. Designed by Studio Gaia, 102 ultra-sleek guestrooms feature dark hardwood flooring, contrasting accents in lush orange and cool white, and floor to ceiling windows with sweeping views of Toronto's cityscape. The hotel's three dining facilities cater to all tastes: offering comfort food at The Thompson Diner, a modern incarnation of the quintessential 24-hour American diner, and traditional Japanese at Wabora Sushi.Other hotel amenities include a state of the art screening room, an exclusive nightclub, 1812, and Toronto's first and only rooftop pool bar and lounge. ... more less
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