|"Thank you King Edward Hotel!"||(in 10 reviews)|
|""Great location, great staff, great restaurant!""||(in 178 reviews)|
|"Quiet elegance and high quality"||(in 11 reviews)|
|"Parking prices are atrocious"||(in 43 reviews)|
|"They have no view at all as they are surrounded by brick walls."||(in 3 reviews)|
|"We booked the Royal club deluxe room."||(in 9 reviews)|
|room was spacious||in 551 reviews|
|staff were very friendly||in 468 reviews|
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|lovely hotel||in 322 reviews|
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|front desk||in 78 reviews|
|club lounge||in 71 reviews|
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|king edward||in 14 reviews|
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Check in was a breeze, big room with a big comfortable bed, modern amenities, and easy to get to/from the train station and other local attractions. Very friendly staff.
I don't really have any gripes, so I'll say softer toilet paper. This was honestly the only thing that stood out as less than excellent to me.
Your provider (Cancelon) failed to provide us a hotel room.
Friendly staff, clean rooms, comfortable bed and great location
Great design, everything is clean, friendly staff
None I can think of
We always love going to the King Edward Hotel when we visit downtown Toronto. The location is terrific if you want to walk, shop, and sight see. We've been choosing this hotel for years.
Since we book this hotel often ... it would be nice to be recognized and rewarded. Perhaps with a room upgrade or something ... Most notably though on this last visit I noticed our bed was sagging in the middle. I had to sleep on the edges of the mattress not to fall into the centre.
Excellent service as always
Best hotel staff we've encountered in a long, long time.
Wonderful from beginning to end!!! Superb
could have used a cash machine somewhere in the building.
Our room was spacious and comfortable.
I did not realize that guests would have dogs in the hotel. I prefer a pet free location.
The hotel is beautiful. Really did a wonderful job remodeling. Rooms are quite large with generous seating areas and extra large bathrooms. Location is great.
The hotel property was immaculate and was in walking distance to many places of interest such as Eaton Centre, St. Lawrence Market, Distillery area, St. Michael"s Cathedral, SONY Performing Atrs Center and many fabulous restaurants and bars. The employees of the hotel were motivated in making our experience a great one. The concierge staff were most helpful with their suggestions and directions.
Visiting Canada is a one of a kind experience for travelers. The landscape here is absolutely stunning and tourists here will love every moment that they are here. In Toronto, there are some charming places for tourists to stay. One of the most popular of these is the Omni King Edward Hotel. It opened in 1903 and is one of the first luxury hotels in Toronto. It is in the heart of downtown Toronto and has 301 luxury guest rooms. It features a fitness center, salon, spa, business center, currency exchange, laundry, and valet parking.
The rooms are spacious and comfortable. The amenities here are spectacular and include in-room safe, in-room dining, coffee maker, iron, hair dryer, robe, slippers, flat screen television, in-room movies, Wi-Fi, and all rooms are non-smoking. Guests will truly feel like they are staying in a castle when they choose to book a room here.
There is quite a lot to do here for guests. Guests will be amazed at the views of Niagara Falls, CN Tower & Edge Walk, Hockey Hall of Fame, Princess of Wales Theatre, The Art Gallery of Ontario, Old Town Ontario, and The Distillery District. Tourists to the area will never run out of fun things to do and see when they come to visit here.
Future guests should book their rooms today in order to make sure they get the best one! The hotel feels up fast during the busy season so that is why booking in advance is the best idea.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
For a hearty breakfast, afternoon tea, or just a chic dinner, head to Victoria’s Restaurant, a popular eatery at The Omni King Edward Hotel that uses locally sourced ingredients and puts a modern twist on North American meals. To have a light dish or an appetizer, go to the Consort Bar, a choice that is known for its selection of unique cocktails. Sunday Brunch is hosted every week in the Sovereign Ballroom, and a must try is their beef wellington.
If you will be getting married at The Omni King Edward Hotel, there are numerous wedding amenities for you to choose from, including a cocktail hour before the reception, a 5h open bar, a 3-course dinner, a late night coffee station, and a complimentary menu tasting for the bride and groom. Additionally, items such as tables, chairs, decorations, candles, and linens can be rented, as well as special honeymoon perks, like a bottle of sparkling wine for your room, late check-out, free valet parking, and breakfast in bed.
With over 26,000 sq ft of event space and 12 different meeting rooms for you to choose from, The Omni King Edward Hotel is the perfect place to hold a workshop or conference. Breakfast, buffet lunch, and an afternoon tea can all be provided by the catering team, and audiovisual equipment is available for rental, such as projectors, access to internet upgrades, screens, microphones, and sound systems.
Placed just a 5min walk from The Omni King Edward Hotel, the Wellington St West At Bay St light rail station is ideal for guests that are hoping to catch line 503. To grab lines 301 and 502, walk to the Queen St East at Victoria St station that is also reachable on foot within 5min. If you would like to take the local bus, the Union Station Bus Terminal is conveniently located just an 8min walk away and services lines 16, 18, 21, 31, and 61. For those that are interested in taking the local metro, go to the King station that is a 3min walk from the hotel and is serviced by line 1.
When flying into Toronto Pearson International Airport, the easiest way to then travel to The Omni King Edward Hotel is by driving, which will only take you 20 to 25min depending on what time of the day that you are traveling. Using a ridesharing service such as Uber is an option, and a standard fare will cost you between 40 to 50 CAD (approximately 30 to 38 USD). To save money, opt to use public transportation instead, such as the local bus, which will take you around 1h 30min. (Prices checked 15/08/19).
The Omni King Edward Hotel is located at 37 King Street East in Downtown, 0.4 miles from the centre of Toronto. Hockey Hall of Fame is the closest landmark to The Omni King Edward Hotel.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at The Omni King Edward Hotel.
No, The Omni King Edward Hotel does not offer free Wi-Fi.
No, The Omni King Edward Hotel does not offer free parking.
No, The Omni King Edward Hotel does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Omni King Edward Hotel is 1.7 miles from Toronto Island.
Yes, The Omni King Edward Hotel is a pet-friendly hotel.
No, The Omni King Edward Hotel does not have a pool on-site.
The Omni King Edward Hotel has implemented the following measures:
Daily cleaning, increased availability of sanitation products.
Lobbies with safe social distancing.
Minimal contact with hotel personnel and other guests.