Ratings based on 6 Guest Reviews

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3.0 out of 5
50% of guests recommend
3.4 Room cleanliness
2.8 Service & staff
4.0 Room comfort
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2 out of 5
by Cucafrogfrom Los Angeles, CA, USA

Really small room, old hotel, terrible view, underground there is a subway station so you can hear the trains and NO FREE INTERNET!!! Hard to believe!

Posted Jun 12, 2012
Cons: No free Internet, Noisy, old hotel
I won't go there again. The location is fine, but the noise from the underground station is bad. I can't believe that you have to pay for in ternet. Very old building.
4 out of 5
Recommended
by penguinsfanfrom Fletcher, NC

Good quality and well staffed hotel

Posted Feb 9, 2011
Pros: Quiet
Convenient location, clean, and attentive to guests.
2 out of 5
by A traveler

Construction noise

Posted Dec 12, 2008
The neighborhood of this hotel is currently experiencing a large amount of new construction. I endured several hours of air hammering late into the night due to work in the condo high rise that connects to this Marriott. After four calls to the front desk, the management sent a security guard to resolve it. One would think that Marriott management would have negotiated reasonable construction hours to avoid disrupting the sleep of their guests. After my fourth complaint to the front desk they offered me a wake up call, to which I had to laugh and reply that my chances of getting ANY sleep were slim to none. They need more training. I would avoid this hotel.
4 out of 5
by A traveler

Great location

Posted Nov 26, 2008
The hotel is nicely located near the major shops (Holt Renfrew and Harry Rosen), the Royal Ontario Museum, and the big Manulife Center with movie theatres and shops - and it is linked through the underground pathways, so that you can avoid walking outside in the freezing cold! The hotel room was big and spacious, and the bathroom was pretty nice too. Food tip - skip the expensive breakfast and walk to Over Easy restaurant on West Bloor Street for some good brunch in a homey cafe setting.
2 out of 5
by A traveler

Won't stay here again

Posted Aug 4, 2008
Had to change rooms TWO times in three days. Once because there was hair all over the bathroom and the shower was clogged, and once because the thermostat was broken in our room. After all the inconvenience, all we got was a free breakfast voucher, and even that was awful, because I found a hair on my sausage!! I will say that the bed itself was very comfortable, but the hotel service and the hotel itself definitely left a lot to be desired. NOT a 4-star, and I will not be staying here again.
4 out of 5
by A traveler

You won't want to leave your room!

Posted Aug 12, 2006
The Marriott Bloor Yorkville was great. It's in a super location, near Yorkville, shopping, and subway. But the beds are probably the best feature of this hotel. In the morning you'll be torn between, starting your day in beautiful Toronto, or staying in these ultra-comfy beds a little longer. The lobby and resturant aren't much to write home about, however the service at the hotel was excellent. The people working there really went out of their way to help you out. Overall, I would suggest it to anyone traveling ot Toronto.