What do you call a bidet with no hot water? A bit of a surprise, I'd say. Odd that the cold bidet with the leaking faucet and non-functional plug is in a recently renovated room.
Old hotels are creaky, but that's part of the charm. Leaky not so much.
The bathroom, like the guest room, is huge. Its little furniture seems out of place in the large space.
The beds are comfy and the room is well-equiped. It is a bit shocking, given the room rates, that there is a $15 charge for a day of pretty weak wifi.
The fitness centre is one of the best I have seen, particularly in a hotel of this vintage. It is big, bright, well equiped and well maintained.
The staff are generally polite and helpful, and the food is quite good. The Consort bar in the lobby is a delightful spot to sink into a squishy chair and watch people go past on King St.
Looking forward to upgrades to this venue as Omni settles in as new owners.
- 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