Hilton Garden Inn Toronto Downtown

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Address: 92 Peter Street, Toronto, M5V 2G5, Canada

Star rating:
3 star hotel

3.8

Easy-going Entertainment District address.

A popular downtown address within easy striking distance of bars, clubs, cinemas, shopping and a slew of Toronto’s big name sightsA popular downtown address within easy striking distance of bars, clubs, cinemas, shopping and a slew of Toronto’s big name sights.

Location
3.8
90%
Eating/drinking
3.9
90%
Leisure facilities
3.8
90%
Service
3.8
90%
Value for money
4
90%
Bedrooms
3.9
90%
Public areas
3.9
90%

Location

Good: on an otherwise uninspired block, you only have to amble round a corner in any direction to find yourself in the midst of the city’s social and shopping whirls. Streetcars shuttle along Spadina to the west and King to the south.

Bedrooms

Hilton’s “Garden Sleep System Adjustable” beds are installed in most rooms. They sound complicated, but I was delighted to find that they adjust themselves and I didn’t have to do a thing to get a great night’s sleep. Warning: if staying on a Friday or Saturday night, make sure and ask for a room at the back of the hotel, away from the thumping club next door and its herds of revellers.

Public areas

A 24-hour business centre, laundry, bistro, lounge and pantry cover all the bases. A small but adequate lobby has free WiFi.

Eating and drinking

A cooked-to-order breakfast was my favourite thing about the food options here. The bistro is a decent hotel restaurant. I prefer getting food from one of the hundreds of area restaurants, then having a drink in the lounge area with its fireplace and TV.

Leisure facilities

A fitness room, plus small-ish pool and whirlpool check the leisure boxes.

Service

Service is easy-going and I noticed that staff help out and go the extra distance if they can. Valet parking and front desk tend to get backed up running up to weekend morning check-outs.

Who stays there

On weekdays, it's a mix of quiet tourists and businesspeople. On weekends the average age drops and the volume goes up as the kids from the suburbs book rooms for nights out that go on long after the last trains to the 'burbs have left. 

Price advice

Parking is $30+ at the hotel — you can get it for half the price on weekends in lots across the street. 

Amenities

  • Business Centre
  • High-Speed Internet
  • Parking
  • Restaurant
  • Room Service
  • Swimming Pool

Recommended for

  • Business travellers
  • Couples
  • Singles
  • Live entertainment
  • Nightlife
  • Shopping
  • Sightseeing

Pros & Cons

  • Location
  • Beside nightlife
  • Weekend street noise
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