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We stayed for 3 nights in a room with a shared bathroom. The room was a decent size, check in and out was smooth and our bags were looked after while we explored the city. There is a sink in room and the bathrooms were...More
I stayed at The Rex for three nights in October, following a business meeting in Toronto. I actually occupied two rooms during my stay as an en-suite room was only available for two of the three nights. On my last night I moved to a...More
The upside is the excellent location.
We stayed in a basic room with bathroon which was small but fine and clean enough.
The bed however was very narrow and to short.
We had a room above the music stage, so we deffinitly could hear the...More
We weren't sure what we were getting into, booking this hotel as it was one of the cheapest places to stay in Toronto Downtown. But it was much better than expected, with no unexpected downsides.
Location. You cannot beat its location. Right in...More
SERIOUSLY REX HOTEL JAZZ & BLUES BAR?
We're visiting from NYC, came to The Rex Hotel Jazz & Blues Bar tonight early to hear a piano player, we sat right up front by the stage.
As soon as we sat, I noticed a tip jar...More
US$56 - US$112 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Known as the Art & Design District, West Queen West is one of the most energetic and dynamic of Toronto's neighborhoods. Along with its great modernist museums, clubs, and restaurants, it's home to some of the funkiest specialty shops, ranging from clothing to stationary to collectables, and caters to niche and vintage shoppers of all kinds. That makes it a mecca for creatives, including hobbyists designers, writers,
and painters. With ink on their hands and fabric pelts in their bags, visitors to Queen Street traverse the avant-garde blend of historic architecture and ultra-contemporary fare. Home to some of Toronto's chicest hotels and most modish java fixes, busy with street cars, and always suffused with live music drifting onto packed patios at bars and clubs by nightfall, the vibrancy of West Queen West is undeniable.
It's not far, but if you are taking a taxi the traffic might things difficult. You could also walk from the Rex, it would take no more than half an hour unless you have little kids. My choice would be to have lunch/dinner a... More
It's not far, but if you are taking a taxi the traffic might things difficult. You could also walk from the Rex, it would take no more than half an hour unless you have little kids. My choice would be to have lunch/dinner a little closer to the stadium and walk from there.
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"Although the music from the bar is not loud, the 2nd floor would be quieter"