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Le Royal Meridien King Edward

37 King St East, Toronto, ON M5C 1E9 Canada

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Le Royal Meridien King Edward, Toronto, Ontario
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Le Royal Meridien King Edward - Hotel Reviews from across the web

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Royal Meridien opened in 1903 and is listed among the leading hotels in Toronto. This historic hotel is located in the very heart of Toronto. Celebrating more than 100 years of service excellence, the hotel is perfectly situated in Toronto's financial district, close to the Toronto Eaton Centre, Har...

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Toronto's first luxury hotel, a Heritage-designated property, has attracted a well-heeled clientele since 1903. Guests have included Rudyard Kipling and the Beatles. The King Eddy is still opulent, with its vaulted ceiling, marble pillars, and palm trees. Guest rooms aren't large by today's standard...

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At one time, the King Eddy was the only place in Toronto that Hollywood royalty, such as Liz Taylor and Richard Burton, would consider staying. In the 1980s, after many years of neglect, a group of local investors spent C$40 million (US$32 million) to rescue it. The result recalls its former glory, ...

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Opened in 1903, Le Royal Meridien King Edward is Toronto's first luxury hotel in the very heart of the city, within walking distance to the Convention Centre, Eaton Shopping Centre, Harbourfront, CN Tower, Roger's Centre and Air Canada Centre. All bedrooms are fully equipped with comfortable and mod...

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Opened in 1903, Le Royal Meridien King Edward, the only Leading Hotels of the World in Toronto, is a grand, traditional, historic hotel located in the very heart of the city. Celebrating 100 years of service excellence, the hotel is perfectly situated in the financial district close to the Toronto E...

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Torontos Grande Dame for morethan a century, Le Royal Meridien KingEdward reigns as the citys first luxuryhotel and its only member of The Leading Hotelsof the World.Corinthian columns and Edwardian charm markthe spot on King Street, centrally located near thefinancial district, shopping, theaters, ...

King Eddy...indeed! - user review
I have stayed at the King Eddy (as it is affectionately referred to by locals) on several occasions, most recently on my wedding night. My stays have ranged from the standard room (facing a dark alley) to a wonderful corner s...

A Taste of The Better Life at the King Eddie - user review
Le Royal Meridien King Edward Hotel is located in the heart of Toronto on King St E., just off Yonge in the business / commercial core of the city. The hotel features a gorgeous lobby with fascinating, intricate rest...

Le Royal Meridien King Edward......The Queen of King Street - user review
Since its opening in 1903, the King Edward has played host to the kings, queens and presidents of many nations. The Prince of Wales (later Edward VII) caused such a stir that the police had to be summoned to keep the h...

Great Hotel - user review
Great hotel and great staf...

Great hotel - user review
Great Hotel, Big room, very quiet, near shopping center and restaurants. Services very efficient, lo...

Nice stay - user review
Great location for central Toronto. Room was quiet and well appointed. Not a new hotel and it has been a while since the last renovation, but everything was clean and the staff were excellent. As long as you can get a good rate this is t...

King Eddy is gorgeous - user review
Had a great time. Typically small rooms for a hotel of its age. However the ambience and style more than make up for it. Spent the evening in the Consort Bar relaxing with a few drinks. Will definat...

A lovely hotel, in the Grand Tradition - user review
I only have two complaints: their stinginess with linens and towels they could update the e...

Great Downtown Location - user review
I was in Toronto for 2 nights over the New Year & this hotel was selected for me by Expedia with excellent room rates for a 4 star hotel. It has a great downtown location & the staf...

Very Impressed - user review
Liked it very much, the location is great and so are the facilities. Don't eat break fast in the hotel, it's extremel...

Great Hotel - user review
Nice, friendly, clean historic hotel in Old Downtown Toronto very near a subway stop. Very quiet property with excellent service and exercise room. Highly reco...

Not impressed - user review
Old grand hotel style but pretty run down and u...

loved it - user review
only comment was the room was too hot even with air condition...

Beautiful hotel - user review
Overall the hotel is nice and beautiful. Everyone is very friendly and helpful. It is centrally located if you want to check out downtown Toronto. We would defin...

Great Canadian Experience - user review
Recently spent 3 nights here. Great location in downtown can walk to lake, theatres, shopping and subway. My friend and I requested twin beds, but only king size bed was available. We made due since the bed was huge and so very comfortable. Great bathroom, amenities and the water pressure was fabulo...

nice location , great service ...impeccable - user review
the hotel is located in a very centrical area if you wish to stay and work in the same Toronto area....the staff is very kind & helpful, it is a really magnificent old victorian building that is being renew years ago but with a fine taste ...this h...

i would go back to this hotel.... - user review
the lobby and fixtures, furnishings, history of this hotel is quite impressive. the only complaint i have is that they do not do exchange for canadian dollars back to U.S. dollars. otherwise, the staff was warm, inviting and very helpful. Traveler's tip on local attractions.it's in the heart of down...

Excellent Service - user review
The staff was great from the front desk to the bar servers to the waiters and the concierge. Everyone was helpful and pleasant. .The room was very large with plenty of space for the ...

Only place I will lodge in Toronto! - user review
This hotel met all of my expectations. The staff were very friendly and helpful. They suggested great places to visit, getting late night treats and accomodating any incoveniences! Upon check in, a fruit salad was accidentally sent to our room, and the restaurant manager came up himself to apologize...

Everything was great! - user review
This was one of the nicest hotel experiences my wife and I have ever had. The service, especially the concierge wa...

excellent location - user review
very nice hotel in excellent location downtown Toronto. don't miss Richtree restaurant a block south to...

Very classy hotel, short walk from everything - user review
We thoroughly enjoyed our two night stay at the King Edward. The staff was very friendly. The room was very nice; just a little on the small side for what we paid per night, but certainly not cramped. The bathroom was big, clean, and comfortable. Our one complaint would be that the concierge recomme...

Nice Place - user review
We were very satisfied with the hotel. The only thing we weren't totally satisfied with was the size of the TV. It was hard to see from across the room. Other than that everything was great. The rooms had a nice little touch and were different from the ordinary feel of a traditional hotel room. We w...

Back to the 19th Century - user review
When I arrived to check in and found myself watching the break up of a black tie dinner (men in top hats, women in bona fide evening gowns), I realized that I had not just changed spatial coordinates, but also migrated back in time. One hasn't seen a degree of fastidiousness, or a standard of manner...

Lovely Hotel - user review
While this is an older hotel, service was great. Location is walking distance to lots of attractions. There is a TTY stop for the trolley car across the street and a subway stop one block away. Staff is pleasant and helpful gave excellent directions. Suite was large and very comfortable. Towels and ...

Fine hotel for Toronto Vacation - user review
My partner & I stayed here for 4 nights in July 2005. This hotel is well placed for seeing Toronto. It is close to subway station that we used easily and frequently. The hotel itself is nice, but I would agree not really up to Leading Hotels of World status. The concierge was great, ensuring lost lu...

Huge Dissappointment! - user review
The King Edward is just old, not elegant. I would normally expect more out of Le Meridien, but this hotel is below average in most every way. The rooms are shabby and dirty (and we were supposedly on the club level), the common areas are not well kept and the staff is incredibly rude and inept. Appa...

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Great Hotel! Great Price! Will absolutely use a...

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I only wished that a double bed was true to size. They seemed like single beds and I was unable to change it...

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No coffee pots in room, and no coffee provided in lobby in the morning. No swimming pool/hot tubs. Only 1 robe in room, and had to call for extra towels. Desk really didn't know location of restaurants, activities, etc though Bell Cap...

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Room was clean, front desk was very helpful. The only thing that was not to my liking is that our window was fa...

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This hotel is very nice. The lobby is impressive. The elevators do not contain AC and they are pretty small, but they are fast. We were upgraded to a deluxe king room which contained two closets, a huge bathroom and a sitting area. In room 1410 we had a partial view of a brick wall and of the CN Tow...

Le Royal Meridien King Edward: THE KING EDDY - user review
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 lo...

Le Royal Meridien King Edward: Great Hotel, great location. - user review
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 l...

Not Worth It! - user review
The hotel room wasn't clean. Stains on the chairs, bathroom didn't even look like it had been cleaned. However, there were some towels. They didn't replenish the toi...

I'l stay again... and again - user review
I'd heard about this hotel numerous times, but the price led me to other area hotels which I've always found disappointing in one way or another. With every other downt...

My review of Le Royal Meridien King Edward Hotel - user review
Service staff at all levels were not up to the standards that a hotel of this class (and expense) should be. That said some of the staff in the club level were excellent, but overall a re...

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