The Broadview Hotel | Toronto

The Vibe: The Broadview Hotel is a hit with creative travellers who want to be close to downtown but still enjoy a local experience in a cool part of town.

The Area: In the heart of Toronto’s east end, the hotel anchors the Riverside and Leslieville neighbourhoods, both of which continue to gentrify at a dizzying speed.

The DNA: A historic Toronto East End neighbourhood landmark dating to 1891, the redbrick Romanesque Revival-style building has been transformed into the hip Broadview Hotel. Each of guestrooms is refreshingly unique, and fully outfitted with luxury linens, a vinyl record player and a mini-bar offering locally sourced goods. There is a popular Rooftop bar serving small plates and a ground floor Café+Bar.

Suite-Me-Up: The spacious Dominion Suite features two walls of windows filling the room with natural light, a Eurotop king bed, luxury linens, custom, locally crafted bathroom amenities, blackout blinds and a deep soaker tub. There’s a vinyl record player and an exciting minibar offering fully stocked with locally sourced goods, and is ideal for small private events.

Seen: dezeen

✅ free Wi-Fi • size matters: 58 rooms, including 1 suite (25-65m2) (269-700 sq ft) • hotel opened: July 2017 • architecture: ERA • interior design: DesignAgency • parking possible nearby (charged) • pets allowed on request • 24-hour front desk • wheelchair accessible

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