Hilton Garden Inn Toronto Downtown
Address92 Peter Street TorontoSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Not to be confused with its sister property on Jarvis St, this Garden Inn is a great midrange option, well located in the heart of the Entertainment District, near Queen St W – perfect for nocturnal explorations. It can get noisy on Friday and Saturday nights. Otherwise, the lobby and spacious rooms are of a high standard and staff are generally accustomed to the vagaries of a predominantly corporate weekday clientele.
Our independent authors have visited Hilton Garden Inn Toronto Downtown and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Toronto.
Description provided by property
Toronto's exciting entertainment district is home to this exceptional hotel, ideally placed only steps from top area attractions and offering spacious guestrooms furnished with microwaves and mini-refrigerators. Various restaurants are 120 away.
Only 800 metres from the Hilton Garden Inn Toronto Downtown, guests can discover attractions including the CN Tower, the Metro Toronto Convention Center and Chinatown. The city's shopping mall, Toronto Eaton Centre can be found within 1.6 km from the hotel.
Flat-screen TVs and free wireless internet are only some of the thoughtful amenities that are standard at the Toronto Downtown Hilton Garden Inn. Guests at the hotel can also enjoy 24-hour fitness facilities and an on-site convenience store.
Upon check-in photo identification and credit card is required. All special requests are subject to availability upon check-in. Special requests cannot be guaranteed and may incur additional charges.\
Guests must be a minimum of 21 years of age.
Services & facilities
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- Facilities for disabled guests
- 24-hour front desk
- Room service
- Free WiFi
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