First off, I got an excellent deal through booking.com ($139/night) and for that price I was extremely satisfied with the room I eventually got. The front desk people were very helpful and did not mind that I did not like the first room they gave me- it had crazy striped wallpaper that made me dizzy and was very dated- weird 80s/90s thing happening. It also had a very dark bathroom and not a very nice view, so I asked to move and they offered me an upgrade.
The second room was great- it was a corner room that was very spacious and had 4 large windows with a pretty view of the Toronto skyline. The room was fairly simply decorated with a basic monochromatic beige scheme. There was even a sitting area with a couch and 2 chairs- the upholstery seemed quite old though! Everything seemed clean though. The room was still in need of an upgrade, but definitely worth the price I paid. I would have been disappointed if I paid more though....
The customer service was the best and I'm sure when the renovations are complete, the hotel rooms will be beautiful again- but I bet you won't be able to get such a good deal!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Sixteen-story Edwardian hotel dating from 1903. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Le Meridien King Edward Hotel Toronto
- Meridien King Edward
- King Edward Hotel Toronto
- Toronto Le Royal Meridien King Edward
- Le Meridien Toronto
- Toronto Le Meridien
- Le Royal Meridien King Edward