I found a parking spot very quickly, which I was pleased about. Upon check in, I had the friendliest clerk who was very thorough. He offered me my choice of room and an upgrade for an additional charge. He was very pleasant. My room was great, clean and comfortable and perfect for the night.
Staff super friendly helpful and attentive. Loved the warm cookie on arrival. Great spacious room, quiet, enjoyed the kitchenette feature. The bistro has a nice selection of meal choices, fresh ingredients and gluten free, good service. The bistro drink prices are a little high in comparison to local ...
This a very cute and chic hotel, it's in walking distance from many of the hip and cultural stores, I highly recommend this hotel, it has an old soul to it and it's very welcoming and friendly.
Queen's Park is located in a vibrant area of University District known for its array of dining options and popular theater scene. The neighborhood is home to 702 hotels and other accommodations, so you can find something that works for your stay.
Choose from 258 hotels and accommodations within a mile of Queen's Park, including these options:
After you've visited Queen's Park, you can explore the sights within a couple miles of the area.
Royal Ontario Museum, Hockey Hall of Fame, and Casa Loma feature a variety of fascinating exhibits to see while you're in town. Nathan Phillips Square, Harbourfront Centre, and The Distillery Historic District are some of the local landmarks to explore. You can watch performances at Ed Mirvish Theatre, Elgin and Winter Garden Theatres, and TIFF Bell Lightbox if you're interested in local theater.
If you want to see more of the surrounding area, you can plan a visit to University of Toronto - St. George Campus and Yonge-Dundas Square. Ryerson University is also located 0.6 mi (1 km) from Queen's Park, and Toronto Eaton Centre is 0.7 mi (1.1 km) away.
With so many ways to get around, exploring the area around Queen's Park is easy. Nearby metro stations include 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.