The Omni King Edward Hotel

37 King Street East, Toronto, Ontario, M5C 1E9, Canada
(5 star hotel)
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Excellent (4.5 out of 5.0) 5 reviews
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PERFECTION!!!

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 7, 2016

We love the Omni chain and the King Edward Hotel did not disappoint! Check in and out were easy and quick. The valet was attentive and even fetched forgotten items from the car after parking it. Housekeeping couldn't do enough for us, our rooms were always immaculate!

The hotel is located in the financial district a block from the subway. street cars passed in front. We are walkers; we easily walked to food halls, the Distillery District, downtown, City Halls, the harbor ... from our hotel. There were many restaurants and shops within a two block range of our hotel.

Our suite of rooms were spectacular. The king sized bed was very comfortable, the lit walk in closet held all of our belongings. The two red sofas in the sitting area were great. We loved the huge whirlpool, massive rain shower stall and the set up of our grand marble bath. Our five curtains were opened in the morning and before bed we always had fresh ice, the curtains closed and our bed turned down.

Vanessa our Concierge was truly incredible. Daily she made suggestions of routes and things not to miss during the day. Her recommendations were totally on target for us! She got us reservations when we thought we could never get it! The best part of the day was returning home to Vanessa and sharing our wonderful experiences; it felt like we were coming home to a friend.

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Absolute Downtown

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on April 4, 2009

The hotel is ideally located at the heart of Downtown, with an easy access to both business district and tourit attractions. The 'classically' decorated rooms are cozy, comfy and fully facilitated with all the amenities. Other common facilities including Cafe Victoria, Consort Bar, a gym, and spa.

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Very Nice Hotel

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 13, 2008

The lobby is beautiful and the rooms are nice. Some of the carpet could use an overhaul, but, in general, I was impressed with the accommodations.

I had a deluxe king room and it was quite spacious. Includes a desk and a sofa. The bathroom was large and the water pressure in the shower was great.

Only drawback to the room was the lighting in the bathroom. Not so helpful to ladies putting on makeup.

Unique Quality: The King Eddie is 105 years old (in 2008) and while it has the charm of an old luxury hotel, it also has up-to-date amenities.

I have stayed in many hotels in my life, but this is the first one where the honor bar include an "intimacy kit" :)

The link below is to the special offers for the King Edward hotel. We got the Canada Day rate through this link (although I ended up having to call the 800# to make the reservation as the online booking kept failing). I have not been able to navigate to these offers through the normal SPG page (King Eddie is a Starwood property).

Directions: Financial District

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THE KING EDDY

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on November 2, 2006

Affectionately called the King Eddy by Toronto`s residents this is a beautiful and historic hotel, it was built in 1903 by George Gooderham and designed by E J Lennox, who was responsable for Casa Loma and extensively restored in 1979-1981 at a cost of $25,000,000
the public areas are lovely with lots of marble and a huge skylight in the lobby

the Restaurant is a complete contrast, very modern and with a selection of artwork on the walls, we ate breakfast here and it was excellent, there is a bar menu in the Consort bar, we liked the bar, it is very in keeping with the age of the hotel and the large windows overlooking the street are great for people watching, the staff were very friendly and welcoming

the hotel is convenient for the harbour, the Hockey Hall of Fame, the Flatiron Building and the St Lawrence market, and there are several nice bars and restaurants close by

Our room was very comfortable with views down to the lake, we would definately recommend this hotel

Unique Quality: there is a fitness centre with whilpool and sauna, a spa and beauty parlour and a business centre

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Great Hotel, great location.

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on November 10, 2004

We stayed for 4 nights and were very impressed. The lobby is an amazing sight when you first walk in. Our room was both spacious and spotlessly clean. All the staff were very helpful and friendly.

We couldn't fault anything during our stay and wouldn't even consider staying anywhere else if we are lucky enough to return to Toronto some day. The "King Eddy" is in an ideal central location and is close to the metro, tram routes and within walking distance of shops, restayrants and the waterfront.

Unique Quality: The Hotel is steeped in history and has had many famous guests in it's time. If you want a modern hotel full of glass and plastic then stay somewhere else. If you want to stay in a building with character and class then this is the place for you.

We only had breakfast in the hotel which was an experience in itself, not only for the food and first class service but also for the surroundings.

The gym has access 24 hours a day which is handy when you are suffering from jet-lag and awake at 5.30 A.M.

Search for a deal and treat yourself.

Directions: Within walking distance of the Harbour, CN Tower, Skydome, Eaton Centre etc. etc.

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Address: 37 King Street East, Toronto, Ontario, M5C 1E9, Canada

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Amenities at The Omni King Edward Hotel

  • Restaurant
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Room Service
  • Fitness Center
  • Spa
  • Business Services
  • Pets Allowed
  • Suites
  • Bar / Lounge

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