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ROOM RATES

DCIM100GOPROGOPR0109.          DCIM100GOPROGOPR0248.                         $169.99/night CAD                                      $109.99/night CAD                                                             Suites with Private Bath&Kitchenette     Superior Single Room w/ Shared Bathroom

rooms3       links2               $129.99/night CAD                                                                                                                                      Double-Bed with Shared Bathroom

Short-Term or Long-Term stay

Our mission is to offer comfort and convenience in our rooms and suites at extremely competitive rates.Whether you’re over just for the night or looking for longer term stay in a furnished room or furnished suite,you’re sure to find the perfect fit. 

WHY we are often called the “Walker’s Paradise” hotel in Downtown Toronto!

For location and mobility, we’re second to none.  Located in the heart of downtown Toronto near Union Station and the Greyhound Bus Station ready to take you wherever you need to go!

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The Retail core of the downtown is the Downtown Yonge area located along Yonge Street from Queen Street to College Street. Including the Toronto Eaton Centre indoor mall,there are an estimated 600 retail stores,150 bars and restaurants.

The area of St. Lawrence to the east of the financial district is the oldest area of Toronto. It features heritage buildings, theatres, music, dining and many pubs. On Saturday there is a farmers market where you can really pick up some fresh fruits and vegetables.

To the west of the financial district is the Entertainment District. It is home to hundreds of restaurants, nightclubs, sporting facilities, boutiques, hotels, attractions, and live theatre. 

Among the important government headquarters there is the Ontario Legislature, and the Toronto City Hall.

Transportation

The most famous and busiest road in Toronto is Yonge Street, which begins at the end of Lake Ontario and runs through downtown.The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) administers the Toronto area’s public transportation system.

Educational Hub

The University of Toronto, St. George campus is located in downtown Toronto. The area is also home to a number of other post-secondary educational institutions including Ryerson University, George Brown College the Ontario College of Art & Design and the Royal Conservatory of Music. 

Whats Nearby?

Take an interactive tour around the neighbourhood!

 Walkscore.com gave us 99 out of 100 and and a Transit score of 100. You can’t get much better than that.  Its official: we’re a “Walker’s Paradise.”  

Tourists  For our dependable value, comfort and convenience. (Harbour Front, Eaton Centre)                                                                        

Students  All of those reasons plus the fact that George Brown College, Ryerson University, University of Toronto and Public Libraries are just a few minutes walk away.

Business  People appreciate our staunch provision of great accommodation in the heart of all that is Toronto.

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