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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
I got what I paid for with few reservations: no one wants to share a bathroom/shower with an entire floor; plus the shower fixture wasn't the greatest. However, I've already reserved a room for my September trip
A fabulous staff!!
It ain't the Sheraton, but...More
A bed and a bathroom above a jazz club; close to town in the entertainment district. Room 225 included a bathroom; other rooms have share bathroom. Jazz every night; all done by midnight when we stayed on a Monday night. Tidy & cheap for our...More
Perfect location for wandering around Toronto and a good price. Rooms are small and the jazz music lasts until 1am, we attempted an early night on the first night after our flight but it felt like the jazz band were playing a private gig in...More
This places was great. I visited on Sat. afternoon while walking around downtown. To my surprise the place had a great atmosphere, I love it immediately, live jazz and blues music. Definitely, a must visit place if you love this type of music.
We visited one evening and enjoyed a great genuine Jazz night with many locals and visitors. The evening was very relaxed and informal. Cost about $15 per head entry.
We also did a breakfast visit which we loved, very efficient service and great food.
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.