Property was clean and staff were friendly. The restaurant downstairs wasn’t open late and there wasn’t a lot of options for food. A bonus was hotel staff kept our luggage after check out so we did not have to carry it around with us. Hotel is close to all downtown Toronto’s attractions. Everything ...
V clean ,staff friendly & good restaurants clse by. Close to lot amenities. Rooms are small though & elevator slow. I would book again though!
One of my favourite hotels in Toronto, extremely stylish, wonderful rooms with great equipment. Perfect location downtown close to everything, including Union Station just a few minutes away. Impressive vault with an armoured door in the basement, worth a look!
We stayed overnight on March break -Sunday on check in pool and hot tub temperatures were fantastic and chemical levels seemed ok. Monday, pool freezing and hot tub Luke warm, chemical smell so bad couldn’t stay in the pool area long. I understand with higher useage more chemicals to control the ...
Super clean and beautifully decorated. Very large rooms.
A great overall experience. Great location. Fantastic hotel.
I especially like your location, so close to Union Station (I come and go by train). Check-in was smooth, quick and very friendly. I had a few minor requests, and front desk staff was always very friendly and helpful to me.
It was very clean, there's bath robes and slippers so you can change into swimwear for swimming. Love the hot tub at rooftop! It was such awesome experience, we went up around 10:30 at night with full moon and it closes around midnight; went back up at 7:15am hoping to see sunrise, too bad it was ...
Loved the garden. Everything was wonderful. Enjoyed my stay
Hockey Hall of Fame is located in a vibrant area of Toronto known for its popular theater scene and top museums. The neighborhood is home to 701 hotels and other accommodations, so you can find something that works for your stay.
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After you've visited Hockey Hall of Fame, you can explore the sights and attractions within a couple miles of the area.
Royal Ontario Museum, Casa Loma, and Art Gallery of Ontario feature captivating exhibits. Nathan Phillips Square, Harbourfront Centre, and The Distillery Historic District are well-known local landmarks worth a visit. You can watch performances at Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, Elgin and Winter Garden Theatres, and Roy Thomson Hall if you're interested in local theater.
If you want to see more of the surrounding area, you can plan a visit to Scotiabank Arena and St. Lawrence Market. Spend some time checking out Toronto Eaton Centre, which is 0.5 mi (0.8 km) from Hockey Hall of Fame, or make a stop by Royal Alexandra Theatre, located 0.5 mi (0.9 km) away.
With so many ways to get around, seeing all of the area near Hockey Hall of Fame is a breeze. You can take advantage of metro transit at Osgoode Station, St Patrick Station, and St Andrew Station. To see more of the surrounding area, ride one of the trains from Toronto Union Station or Toronto Exhibition Station.