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Location is perfect. Beautiful hotel.
The check out person was friendly and polite and the hotel itself was beautiful.
The check in gentlemen was a bit rude and didn’t smile. Super awkward.
The staff was incredibly friendly and extremely attentive to our needs. We requested a quiet room and received what we asked for. Everything was immaculate and having a pool and a health club with a steam room was an added bonus to our stay.
If you drive and park over overnight leaving on a work day morning can be a little difficult as Union station is across the street and morning commuters tend to walk directly into the path of where you exit the Fairmont in your car. It would help to have a hotel employee come out and assist with clearing vehicular and pedestrian traffic so you can exit the Fairmont in your car safely.
Bed was comfortable
Heating system was loud. Walls were paper thin. Could hear room conversations as I passed doors. Especially being placed so super close to the elevator.
We traveled by Via and walked right across the street. Library bar is lovely. Rooms very spacious and comfortable. Everyone should give themselves a treat and stay at the Royal York.
It was under construction (renovation) and some facilities were closed
Beautiful hotel, shame about the lifts
We loved spending a night in the hotel. Our first room was next to the elevators - convenient but so noisy! We were kindly accommodated in a new room after voicing our concern. The room service meal was delicious and great value. Highly recommended.
Great location and friendly staff. Can’t help but get swept up in the grandeur of the lobby.
Not great value for money. Paid for ‘upgraded’ room and couldn’t tell the difference. Our reservation at Epic was mysteriously cancelled (eventhough they called twice to confirm reso). Rushed out after only an hour for another event. If the location was anywhere else, wouldn’t stay again.
Excellent old luxury hotel in downtown Toronto, ideally situated next to the railway station. Very nice staff.
Room was very noisy. The front desk was very responsive when I made it known that people next door were very noisy. Also, they charged me for WiFi which seems cheap.
Adjoining and hallway noise!!!
Pricey, but worth it.
Toronto Hotels Fairmont Royal York is a landmark hotel and a gateway to an essential Toronto experience. Located in the downtown area, Fairmont Royal York is minutes from the city's biggest events and attractions including Ripley's Aquarium of Canada, the CN Tower, Scotiabank Arena, formerly known as Air Canada Centre, the Eaton Centre, Rogers Centre, and the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts.
Guestrooms offer modern downtown comfort in a historic Toronto luxury hotel. More Luxury and Signature Rooms across 11 floors are available for the comfort of guests. Rooms are a fresh, modern addition to the regal elegance that is synonymous with the hotel. Pool and health club, HDTV's in every room with upgraded services on demand, satellite iPad check-in during peak hours, paperless checkout, and digital path-finding monitors all add to create a convenient stay for guests.
Guests can take a culinary journey at one of the award-winning restaurants on site. Whether looking for a casual locale to grab a drink, or a fine dining experience, every bite, every sip, and every moment captures the heart and soul of the unmatched Toronto dining venues.
The city’s most monumental gatherings happen at Toronto Hotels Fairmont Royal York, heads of state gather, CEOs plan major market moves, couples fall in love, socialites glitter. All of these pieces are part of the history of Toronto. Whether it’s for an intimate meeting or a cast of thousands, Fairmont Royal York hosts the city’s grandest events, right in the beating heart of the metropolis.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
To reach the hotel, an express train and rental cars are both available at the airport. The major car rental companies at the airport include Avis, Budget, Dollar, Thrifty, Enterprise, Hertz, National, and Alamo. Taxis from the airport will have a final price of approximately 4 CAD (3 USD).
For children, some activities they may like are the Ripley’s Aquarium Family Adventure and the Royal Slumber Party Package. The hotel has a partnership with the local aquarium for their guests. Guests can get a one-night stay for two adults and one child plus a trip to Ripley’s Aquarium for approximately 309 CAD (231 USD).
This area of Toronto is known for its architecture and entertainment. Several notable features around the hotel are in walking distance including the Bank of Montreal and the Roy Thomson Hall. The hotel’s location is also convenient for guests who want to try out local restaurants as it is in close walking distance of many restaurants and an underground shopping mall.
There are two hotel restaurants which offer fine dining and casual meals for guests. The good food, drink and atmosphere keep these hotel restaurants as a top culinary establishment in the city. The Reign, a French restaurant, serves inspiring meals from across the country such as steak au poivre and Ontario lamb chops. Another restaurant, the Benihana Japanese restaurant, offers selection of steak and seafood.
At the hotel, several different languages are spoken, and the hotel is ready to accommodate many international travelers with its variety of hotel packages. The first package includes a room for two, breakfast buffet at Piper’s Pub, and valet parking for about 304 CAD (233 USD), not including taxes. Without valet parking the price is approximately 274 CAD (210 USD), not including taxes. A family package for two adults and two children is approximately 309 CAD (236 USD). There are several room layouts available ranging from three-room suites, two-room suites and single room suites. Single rooms are 225 sq ft and luxury rooms offer additional living space along with granite countertops. The hotel offers traditional amenities and a microwave and refrigerator are available on request.
For additional guests, rollaway beds can be booked, and cribs are available for younger guests. If needed, some of the rooms are connected rooms for larger parties.
In the 24h fitness center, guests can exercise with state-of-the-art exercise equipment. There is also a pool at the hotel, though guests should note that children under 12 years old are not permitted to swim in the pool unless accompanied by an adult. For outdoor activities, bicycles are available for use along the various bike trails or guests can go for a hike on one of the nearby hiking trails. At the nearby Inner Harbour, guests can even go sailing. (Prices checked 20/06/19).
Fairmont Royal York is located at 100 Front Street West in Downtown, 0.7 km from the centre of Toronto. Scotiabank Arena is the closest landmark to Fairmont Royal York.
Check-in time is 16:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at Fairmont Royal York.
No, Fairmont Royal York does not offer free Wi-Fi.
No, Fairmont Royal York does not offer free parking.
No, Fairmont Royal York does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Fairmont Royal York is 2.2 km from Toronto Island.
Yes, Fairmont Royal York is a pet-friendly hotel.
Yes, Fairmont Royal York has a pool on-site.