Toronto Grange Hotel
165 Grange Avenue
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The Grange Hotel is ideally located in downtown Toronto, close to major attractions including Chinatown, Kensington Market, the Eaton Centre and CN Tower.
Minutes from many popular attractions and public transit. Comfortable studio units in a modern six storey building. Equipped kitchenettes and private baths. Daily maid service.
Ample on-site parking available for a small fee.
All major credit cards accepted including Interac. Equipped efficiency kitchenettes in every unit. Private bath with tub & shower in every room. All rooms have both double bed & single bed. Individually controlled heating and air-conditioning. Cable television. Direct-dial telephone.
Coin-operated laundry room on each floor. Free Hi-Speed Internet access on request.
We are located at the corner of Augusta & Grange-- from Queen & Spadina go west to 1st traffic light & turn right onto Augusta--go north to Grange
We are located 25 km (15 miles) from the airport. Leaving the airport, go south on #427 to the Gardiner Expressway east. Follow the Gardiner east to Spadina Ave.,-- then north to Queen St.-- Turn left onto Queen street and go west to 1st traffic light(Augusta) and turn right & go north one block to Grange Ave. We are located at the corner of Augusta & Grange. Parking lot left off Augusta just before Grange(chain link fence) .
You can also get the city bus from the terminal to Kipling subway station at Bloor and then take the Subway to Bathurst station--go south on Bathurst streetcar to Dundas. walk east one block or one streetcar stop to Denison--left on Denison one block to Grange & turn right to hotel-- this will cost about $3 and will take an hour.
A third alternative is an airport express bus to the Sheraton Centre or main bus terminal downtown and then a taxi to the hotel. It costs about $17 per person for the bus plus about $12 for the taxi--time about 50 minutes to one hour
FROM TRAIN STATION
Take the subway northbound on the University line and get off at St. Patrick Station (Dundas Street). Use your transfer to get the Dundas #505 streetcar westbound to Denison St- walk one block south on Denison to Grange--turn right to hotel.
FROM BUS TERMINAL
exit onto Bay street and turn right to Dundas and get on the westbound #505 streetcar. to Denison, turn left and walk one block south on Denison to Grange Ave--turn right to hotel.
From Buffalo or Niagara Falls follow the QEW which becomes the Gardiner Expwy in Toronto & exit at Spadina--same directions as above
From 401 go south on Don Valley Pkwy & west on Gardiner Expwy --exit at Spadina--see directions as above
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This is a Trusted Review. Why?
I understand this is considered low budget accommodation but I was very disappointed with a number of aspects of the "hotel". The main problem was the bed. It was old, uncomfortable and incredibly noisy. I am a female of light to moderate frame and could not roll over without it sounding as though there were 3 giant men jumping on the bed.
The place itself was not soundproof. The air con leaked and dripped all night.
We stayed three nights (as we had prepaid this) and then moved to a different hotel. We are paying an extra $15 night, including tax and our new hotel is a dream in comparison. It has a better location, is quiet, clean and comfortable.
When I consider the difference in price and value between the Grange hotel and our current hotel, I would consider the Grange hotel to be overpriced for what really is a noisy, 5th rate bad place to stay.
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