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Eaton Chelsea Toronto

• 33 Gerrard Street West | Toronto, ON | M5G 1Z4
Average User Rating:
7.11/10
Recommended by:
66%
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"Convenient and Well Done"
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June 2011 — "Since I was attending a conference at Ryerson University, I stayed at the Chelsea as it is merely a block away and on Yonge Street. Unbelievably convenient and well-run, the Chelsea ended up being a great bet. It was quite expensive compared to what I'd typically pay, but the bonus was walking distance to the most interesting parts of Toronto, including Yonge Street, Kensington Market, the Art Gallery, the Square...you name it. Saves on taxi fare and easy to retreat to the quietness of a room for a few minutes to recover from the street noise. The room was quiet and clean, and the bed was terrific, all for $169.00 (not including tax). Two complaints - one mild and one not...the air conditioning was a titch hard to adjust and tended to make a lot of noise - I don't mind because I like the white noise when I sleep but I suspect some people may not appreciate it. The second complaint is the cost of internet in the room - really? The Super 8, the Days Inn...pretty well every hotel offers free internet; this just seems like a rip off...shame. It's free in the lobby, the cafe etc so I guess trucking the old compuke downstairs is ok. The staff is always pleasant and helpful - I would definitely recommend this hotel if you are looking for a great, central location to the downtown action or to Ryerson."

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8.67/10

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"Avoid if you don't like cockroaches"
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October 2009 — "On a trip to visit family over the Thanksgiving weekend, several members of my family stayed at this hotel for. My mother and I stayed in one room on the 26th floors, while other family members stayed in other rooms on lower floors. While the locations is convenient, and the staff generally friendly, we were deeply unimpressed by the rooms. In addition to having our toilet overflow for no clear reason one morning just as we were preparing to go out for the day, we saw cockroaches twice during our four night stay: once in the closet where I was keeping my clothes, and once in the bathroom. From the size, shape and movement of the bugs, there is no question at all that they were roaches, and not some other kind of beetle. My mother and chose to stay in the room rather than upset our other relatives who were staying there, and included a family with young children that would have had a hard time moving to another hotel. My mother did quietly alert a manager to the problem on the morning we checked out of the hotel, but in a follow-up phone call the manager told us that their staff was not able to find any bugs. My mother and I have both stayed in many hotels and hostels, and neither of us has ever seen a cockroach before. So, while the Delta may have a convenient location, unless you're fine with the idea of living with roaches, and potentially bringing some home with you in your luggage, I would suggest finding a different hotel for your stay in Toronto. I, for one, will never stay at the Delta again."

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3.50/10

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"Fabulous Location!"
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June 2007 — "At a recent conference I had to attend at the University of Toronto, I stayed at the Delta Chelsea Hotel. It was perfect for me as it was very close to the university and was also centrally located so I could sight see. This hotel is on the airport shuttle route so it was convienent to get there as well. It is right off Yonge Street where every tourist must spend some time and it is close to all of the downtown attractions. The hotel lobby is pretty standard but they do have a couple different food options right there. They have a cafe where it is easy to grab a fast breakfast and when you leave the hotel in any direction, there are plenty of restaurant, pub and cafe options. The rooms are small but I believe this is the case for all downtown Toronto hotels. The bed was very comfortable and had a wonderful duvet on it so I was able to sleep really well while I was staying there. There is a kids pool, complete with waterslide and an adults only fitness club which I really appreciated. They cater to both families, people travelling on business and people coming to the city for a weekend getaway. It is a very versitile hotel. The Delta Chelsea Hotel fit my needs very well. The staff was friendly, the location was perfect and the facilities were great. I would recommend staying at the Delta Chelsea."

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9.17/10

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The Eaton Chelsea Toronto is Canada's largest hotel, featuring over 1,500 guest rooms and a host of amenities like a swimming pool, a fitness centre, a full-service spa, several on-site restaurants, a pub, extensive meeting space and so much more. The hotel is located in the heart of downtown Toronto and within walking distance of College subway station, the city’s central business district, government offices and the hospital community.
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Pool - Outdoor

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Hot Tub / Jacuzzi / Whirlpool

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Pub / Lounge / Bar On Site

Business Center

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Coffee/Tea Maker

Air Conditioning

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High Speed Internet in Rooms

Private Bathrooms
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33 Gerrard Street West
Toronto ON M5G 1Z4

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