Brilliantly appointed suite with a nice king bed and very comfortable living area. Paid $140 per night through Expedia, $27 additional for parking per day. Modest fitness center with a nice view outside from the hot tub (everything worked).
The best part though was location - we walked 5 minutes to Ed Mirvish theater (formerly Pantageous), 20 minutes to CN Tower, 40 minutes to Chinatown.
Didn't eat at the restaurant. We called fro breakfast but it was room delivery of their meager buffet for $20 - we passed.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Voted as one of Canada's top 25 hotels, an all suite property that offers space and privacy; French doors separate the bedroom from the living room with free WiFi access. Each suite boasts an entertainment wet bar with a coffee maker, fridge and microwave; as an extension of the bathroom, we offer a private dressing area and 24 hour room service is available as part of Portico restaurant's dining experience. Hotel guests also have access to the Business Centre plus access to the Rooftop Fitness Studio featuring a breathtaking view of the City. The hotel is connected to Toronto's underground PATH, which affords the business and leisure traveller with a well lit, secured walking corridor to over 5,000 companies and shops such as the Eaton Centre. Going to the theatre? Three of Toronto's best are within two blocks of the hotel! Looking for your place in the city? You found it! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Cambridge Hotel Toronto