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7.4 | Good
Madison Manor Boutique Hotel
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Victorian Manor boutique hotel in Toronto's Annex with basic rooms and six popular pubs
- Free Wi-Fi, free breakfast, $12 coupon for restaurant
- Several guests felt as though the hotel offered competitive room rates
- Guests typically thought that their rooms were clean
- Guests liked the location for its proximity to transit and restaurants
- Parking is $18 per night and limited
- No elevator
- Numerous guests thought that this hotel lacked peace and quiet
- Some guests found the staff to be unhelpful
- Several guests thought the breakfast was too basic
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Updated Oct 22, 2014
The Madison Manor Boutique Hotel is located on the west side of Madison Avenue between Bloor Street West and Lowther Avenue, a 7-minute drive from Toronto's city centre.more
Facilities at the hotel include an on-site restaurant (next door) that offers guests a complimentary continental breakfast with cereals, muffins, croissants, fruit, eggs, coffee, and juice. Restaurant hours are from 11am to 2am daily and hotel guests are offered free billiards during the day.
There is no fitness centre or pool at this small hotel however a local community centre offers reduced rates to Madison Manor patrons. Parking at the hotel costs $18 per day.
The four-story hotel (no elevator) offers 23 non-room smoking rooms which feature free wireless Internet access. Those rooms (not pet friendly) also include private ensuite bathrooms, hair dryers, coffee makers, in-room safes, and 25" televisions. Additionally all rooms offer individually controlled heating and air conditioning while some rooms at the hotel have balconies and/or fireplaces.
The hotel is located 290m from the Spadina subway station, Varsity Centre on the University of Toronto campus is about 650m from the hotel, and Union Station is about 4.1km away (distances - Google Maps).
Check in time at this hotel is between 4:00pm and 11:00pm while check out time is at 11am.
Verified with a Reservations Agent: parking $18/day, free wireless Internet.
Guests that stayed at this boutique hotel were quite mixed on their opinions of the property. The guests that liked the hotel typically said good things about the location and the hotel's room rates.
Guests that liked the location of the hotel often mentioned that they were near a subway station or public transit. Some guests also mentioned that there were a lot of restaurants in the area.
When it came to the hotel's prices several guests were happy with the rates they paid, especially since the hotel was a downtown Toronto property. Many guests called their room price "reasonable" and felt that the hotel offered good value.
In regard to the rooms, guests had pretty mixed opinions however when it came to the question of cleanliness several guests felt as though their rooms were up to par.
All opinions weighted, the hotel's pub/restaurant is a facility that could be called controversial and opinions were mixed about this aspect of the property. However there were a fair chunk of guests who liked the food, the drinks, and/or the "party" atmosphere.
Several guests who stayed at this hotel did not enjoy their stay and one persistent complaint had to do with the lack of peace and quiet.
Numerous guests complained about noise while staying at this hotel and the nearby pub was a big part of that. Many guests complained about the "real struggle" involved with "getting a good night's sleep" and "the drunk crowd" that emerged from the Madison Pub was often finger-pointed.
One guest explained how the "noise from the bars next door" prevented him from getting much sleep and another guest described a scene where a group of partiers sang "Oh Canada at 2:30am." There were also a fair number of guests who were disturbed by "the rumble" of Toronto's subway.
The staff did not consistently impress guests as they were often depicted as unhelpful. One guest, for example, claimed a staff member would not call him a cab but rather suggested that he use his in-room phone book to find one and call it himself.
The hotel's breakfast was "nothing fancy" according to some patrons who described a "dreadful" meal that was called "cold," "tasteless," and/or "stale."
Guests that did not like their rooms often said that they were small and occasionally the hotel received criticism for not having an elevator.
SourcesTripAdvisor.com ranked the hotel 75th out of 118 Toronto properties and the site had 57 reviews.
CanadianHotelGuide.com guest ratings averaged to 6.6 points out of 10 and the site had 3 reviews.
Orbitz.com guest ratings averaged to 3.3 points out of 5 and the site had 6 reviews.
Reservations Agent: parking $18/day, free Internet, and local calls $0.29.