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All reviewsjazz barlive jazzgreat jazzprivate bathroomfree coffee and toastshared facilitiesemergency vehiclesuntil midnightinteresting hotelqueen streetsingle roomcn towercentral locationearly arrivaldecent bathroombasic hotelminute walk from union station
It's located right in the middel of Toronto and you can walk to everything. It's not the place to stay if you want peace because there is a jazzclub/bar and they have live music avery day. It's fine and you can get local beers on...More
This hotel is simple, with small rooms, but very comfortable. Everything is clean. The location in downtown Toronto is maybe it's best feature, a lot of interesting places, bars and restaurants are whit in walking distance. And if you don't want to walk to a...More
This hotel is the best deal you can get for the location. In bonus, you can go downstairs and listen to some sweet Jazz. We booked the private room with a washroom. The room is small so if you have a lot a luggage, it...More
The Rex is an interesting hotel. Do not expect too much in the way 'hotelie" refinements but my stay was fine, considering the nearest hotel was more than twice the cost. The room was small, bed was comfortable, shower was adequate but cold. In fact...More
Don't go by looks! Reasonable cost, friendly and helpful staff and great downtown location are good reasons to choose this hotel. I spent two nights there and found my room a decent size and immaculate and the private bathroom with shower all I needed. Hair...More
Known as the Art & Design District, West Queen West is one of the most energetic and dynamic of Toronto's neighborhoods. Along with its great modernist museums, clubs, and restaurants, it's home to some of the funkiest specialty shops, ranging from clothing to stationary to collectables, and caters to niche and vintage shoppers of all kinds. That makes it a mecca for creatives, including hobbyists designers, writers,
and painters. With ink on their hands and fabric pelts in their bags, visitors to Queen Street traverse the avant-garde blend of historic architecture and ultra-contemporary fare. Home to some of Toronto's chicest hotels and most modish java fixes, busy with street cars, and always suffused with live music drifting onto packed patios at bars and clubs by nightfall, the vibrancy of West Queen West is undeniable.
It's not far, but if you are taking a taxi the traffic might things difficult. You could also walk from the Rex, it would take no more than half an hour unless you have little kids. My choice would be to have lunch/dinner a... More
It's not far, but if you are taking a taxi the traffic might things difficult. You could also walk from the Rex, it would take no more than half an hour unless you have little kids. My choice would be to have lunch/dinner a little closer to the stadium and walk from there.