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The Omni King Edward Hotel

3,471 reviews
+1 800-843-6664

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Pets Allowed
Fitness Center
Bar or Lounge

Fit For A King: The King Edward Hotel Toronto

What Do the Rooms Include?

The King Edward Hotel, built in 1903, is one of the oldest and grandest hotels in Toronto. The hotel lobby makes a grand first impression with its double height ceiling and marble columns. The 301 generously sized rooms and suites were recently renovated with plush furnishings that mix Old World charm with modern convenience. Stand-out stylistic features include luxury marble bathrooms and crown-embossed bedding. Modern conveniences include laptop-compatible safes, plasma TVs, and elegant desks.

What Amenities Does the King Edward Hotel Offer?

Guests can pamper themselves at the European-style Nouvelle Maria Spa and Salon or work out at the state-of-the-art fitness center, which features running and elliptical machines with built-in personal televisions. Victoria’s Restaurant serves a traditional afternoon tea of finger sandwiches and fruit scones from Friday to Sunday for $45 per person, and room service is available 24 hours. Wi-Fi is free in the hotel lobby or available in the rooms for CA$14.95 a day.

What are the Rates Like?

Considering this four-star property's style and highly praised service, the room rates are very reasonable. A deluxe room with king bed starts at $132 per night, while a one-bedroom suite starts at $320 per night. The hotel permits pets for a $50 per pet per week fee.

What’s There to Do Nearby?

The King Edward Hotel is centrally located in Toronto’s Financial District. Attractions such as the CN Tower, Sony Centre for the Performing Arts, Hockey Hall of Fame, and the shops at Toronto Eaten Centre are all within walking distance. Union Train Station is also 10 minutes away on foot. There are a number of theatres and restaurants nearby for evening entertainment, as well as signature cocktails, fine wines, and food at the hotel’s Consort Bar.

What’s the Bottom Line?

The King Edward Hotel is a luxurious, historic hotel with stylish rooms and first-class service. The hotel has played host to a number of dignitaries and celebrities from around the world, including King Edward VIII (after whom the hotel is named), President Theodore Roosevelt, Ernest Hemingway, and Elvis Presley. So it really is fit for a King!

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Downtown West
37 King St E
Toronto, ON M5C1E9
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User Highlights
"Clean bed sheets" "Sparkling bathrooms"
91% said rooms were clean.
94% thought it was clean.
"Gorgeous ambiance" "Luxurious toiletries supplied"
97% said it was a stylish hotel.
88% enjoyed the lobby entrance.
"Staff was SUPERB" "Customer service was excellent"
97% found the staff to be very friendly.
87% said the reception staff was great.
"Terrific neighbourhood" "Excellent city location"
Not enough parking facilities, according to 62%.
96% liked the proximity to shopping.
"Amazing lobby" "Amazing venue"
88% thought the building was wonderful.
88% enjoyed the lobby entrance.
"Delicious high tea" "Fantastic seafood restaurant"
89% loved the menu selection.
Yummy desserts, said 87%.
"Rooms are spacious and clean" "Beds and pillows were amazing"
93% thought rooms were spacious.
89% said the beds were comfortable.
"Room exceeded my expectations" "Beautifully appointed room"
93% thought rooms were spacious.
89% said the beds were comfortable.
"Delicious brunch" "Sunday brunch phenomenal"
58% said the breakfast was too expensive.
Value for money
"Reasonably priced spa services" "Pricey hotel breakfast"
57% thought it was adequately priced.
58% said the breakfast was too expensive.
"No free Wi-fi" "Had to pay for Internet"
57% thought it was adequately priced.
64% said the wifi quality was bad.

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Spacious rooms
Pleasant entrance area
Friendly service
Stylish hotel
Expert Reviews
Toronto's landmark "King Eddy" Hotel, which has hosted the well-heeled for over a century, continues to be a favorite choice for special occasions and a nod to grand hotels of the past.
The Telegraph
Canada's first luxury hotel opened in 1903 and was named after the reigning King Edward VII. Its storied hallways have seen the likes of Ernest Hemingway, The Beatles, Elizabeth Taylor,...
DK Eyewitness
Opened in 1903, this grand historic hotel, a member of the Leading Hotels in the World, offers elegantly appointed rooms, courteous service, spa, and every possible amenity; guests want for nothing.
Hotel Information
Bar or Lounge
Business Center
Fitness Center
Pets Allowed
From 3:00pm*must be 18 or older to check-in
Until 12:00pm
# of Rooms
  • Internet Fee: CAD 14.95 per night (rates may vary)
  • Breakfast Fee: between CAD 25 and CAD 50 per person (approximately)
  • Parking Fee: CAD 48.00 per day (in/out privileges)
  • Pet Fee: CAD 50.00 per pet, per week
  • Late Check-out Fee: CAD 50
  • Rollaway Bed Fee: CAD 30 per night
Some smoking-allowed rooms