"Very compact, but excellent location"
I stayed in one of the rooms with a double-sized bed (only 2 rooms have Queen-sized beds). I've stayed in smaller rooms in Europe, but not much smaller. This had maybe 2.5 ft of space around the bed, so no yoga before you shop. The hotel is only about 2 years old, so it had modern furnishings. The shower, though also compact, had nice temperature temperature controls, and hot water was plentiful (you have to press a small button on the control to go past the safety stop). The toilet is separated from the room by a large sliding door, which likely won't stop noises if you are sharing the room. So play music in the supplied clock radio with auxiliary input.
It also has a very nice wide-screen tv *above* the bed, that swings down when you turn on the power on the remote. It has all the channels of basic cable (60 or so), but I didn't notice a movies option (I never use it so I didn't look, to be honest — you're in downtown Toronto, you should be out exploring!).
The bed, despite being just a double, was comfortable and seemed long enough for my 5'11" frame, but I wasn't sharing. There was a nice duvet, and the air conditioning was quiet enough to run while sleeping.
The front desk is manned 24/7 by very friendly people who ensured I had everything I needed. You have to ask for an ironing board/iron or ice. The downstairs bar/restaurant has a great breakfast, included with room. The rooftop lounge is nice, with a nice street view.
Traveller from Ottawa, ON