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Hotel Le Germain Toronto

30 Mercer St
Toronto, ON M5V 1H3

(416) 345-9500

Rating: out of 5 stars (175 reviews) Average Rating Over Time
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Bar / Lounge Bicycle rental boutique Concierge Service Currency Exchange Desk Dry Cleaning Heating hotel Ironing Service Luggage Storage Massage Mini Golf Packed Lunches Parking C$35 Restaurant Room Service Shoe Shine Ticket Service Tour Desk

Hours: Sun-Fri 24 Hours
Status: Open
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, Diners Club


Located in the heart of Toronto's Entertainment District, H?tel Le Germain Toronto has everything it takes for a memorable stay. Guests will enjoy incredible comfort, contemporary atmosphere, and exclusive services in the 118 rooms and 4 suites. Hotel Le Germain Toronto goes beyond the concept of ?hotel room?. Instead, guests will discover a private sanctuary with warm wood accents and awash...
by skoosh on October 28, 2018 from skoosh


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by travelocityca on March 25, 2011 from travelocityca


Classy: This place is gorgeous, ritzy, expensive and amazing. I went to a christmas party there this past weekend and I had an fantastic time. The rooms are romantic and classy, the shower is to die for and the food is splendid.
Rated 5 stars by Jenna Lynn on November 30, 2010

Editorial Reviews

The retro, redbrick exterior of this chic hotel—conveniently located near the TIFF Lightbox, site of the Toronto International Film Festival—blends seamlessly with the historic architecture of the surrounding theater district. The lobby has a library, a cappuccino bar, and a double-sided, open-hearth fireplace. Sleek furnishings fill ultramodern rooms, which have Bose stereos, iPod docks, and...
by fodors on February 22, 2014 from fodors
Contemporary architecture and touches such as a library with cappuccino bar, an exercise room with an open-air terrace and a rooftop putting green distinguish this outpost of a boutique hotel group. The stylish, high-ceilinged guestrooms have understated decor featuring wood, glass and ceramics, plus high-end toiletries and a peek-a-boo shower. The restaurant, led by celebrated chef David...
by zagat on January 14, 2014 from zagat
The Hotel Le Germain was founded in Montreal and its first Toronto branch on Mercer St. has euro style to match its luxury, and a chauffeur service to boot. Partnered with Porter, it provides guests the luxury of a Toronto stay without ever glimpsing Pearson International.
Rated 1.7 stars by Staff on July 02, 2011 from blogto
Toronto waited too long for a hotel like Le Germain, which opened in 2003. Designed by Lemay Michaud Architecture Design, its 122 rooms and suites feature downy beds and Aveda toiletries. A glass wall separates the shower from the bedroom so you can be admired by your companion if you wish (or draw the shutters for privacy). The two-level lobby, with its soft white couches and double-sided...
by concierge on June 27, 2011 from concierge
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