|""Shared kitchen, and shower room!""||(in 2 reviews)|
|"Great for single travelers who wants to explore the downtown city of Toronto!"||(in 1 review)|
|"Perfect location for tourist."||(in 9 reviews)|
|"Bed sheet had yellow stain."||(in 1 review)|
|"Not a good location!"||(in 9 reviews)|
|"The romm had no window."||(in 3 reviews)|
|room was clean||in 55 reviews|
|location in downtown||in 53 reviews|
|good location||in 39 reviews|
|bed pillows||in 28 reviews|
|view window||in 13 reviews|
|location was close||in 9 reviews|
|room was so small||in 6 reviews|
|travelers who wants||in 5 reviews|
|downtown toronto||in 4 reviews|
|drug users||in 4 reviews|
|nothing about the hotel||in 4 reviews|
|ended up paying||in 3 reviews|
|yellow stain||in 3 reviews|
Needs serious maintenance, but it is a place to sleep.
I found it easy to walk to Rogers Center, Distillery district, waterfront, Union Station, etc. it is extremely close to the St. Lawrence Market. It is functional and provides just what this type of traveler seeks, simply a place to sleep, shower, and hold their stuff. It was fine for that as I often feel no need to pay double the price at another hotel just for a pretty room. Beds were comfortable, and the fridge and microwave in-room convenient.
As others have pointed out, it is run down. Every room needs maintence of some kind from unfinished floors to unpainted walls, broken bathroom cabinets, and moldy sealant around bathroom enclosure. The area has plenty of homeless, as does seemingly all of downtown Toronto, so you'll be hassled for 'change' a lot, but I never felt unsafe as long as you don't engage them.
Great for single travelers who wants to explore th
Great for single travelers who wants to explore the downtown city of Toronto! Walking distance to all public transit systems, City Pass attractions, Kisington Markets, Chinatown, etc.
Shared washrooms and restrooms. A negative for those who prefers private usage only.
They are nor organised at all,and the people at the front desk were rude
Located a short walk from Toronto Coach Terminal, Saint Lawrence Residences and Suites offers guests a convenient base while in Toronto. It offers free Wi-Fi, a rooftop terrace and an express check-in and check-out feature.
The hostel has been recently refurbished and provides valet parking, a 24-hour reception and an airport shuttle. Guests can unwind with a book in the on-site library.
The hostel's rooms are cosy and feature a kitchenette that is equipped with a refrigerator and a microwave. All provide tea and coffee making facilities, a mini bar and a desk.
Saint Lawrence Residences and Suites is within walking distance of Toronto Eaton Centre, Toronto-Dominion Centre and Toronto City Hall. It is located close to restaurants, cafés, shopping and nightlife.
based on 143 reviews
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Saint Lawrence Residences and Suites is located at 135 Jarvis Street in Downtown, 0.5 miles from the centre of Toronto. St. Lawrence Market is the closest landmark to Saint Lawrence Residences and Suites.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at Saint Lawrence Residences and Suites.
Yes, Saint Lawrence Residences and Suites offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Saint Lawrence Residences and Suites does not offer free parking.
No, Saint Lawrence Residences and Suites does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Saint Lawrence Residences and Suites is 2.1 miles from Toronto Island.
No, Saint Lawrence Residences and Suites does not have a pool on-site.