| Just 3 blocks from Queen Street shops and nightclubs, the Grange Hotel is within 1 km of Kensington Market, Chinatown and Art Gallery of Ontario. Rogers Centre and CN Tower are 2 km away. ---.
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Based on 213 reviews
Good Value for Longer Stays
My last trip to Toronto was very last-minute so I ended up with limited options when it came to hotels. I found this Studio 6 near my destination in the city so I gave it a try, fully prepared to be disappointed. The hotel itself is tucked inside Chinatown, walkable to many restaurants, stores and main transit routes - that said, it was darn hard to find the actual entrance of the hotel. Check in was fine and hassle-free, the Chinese gentleman who checked me in was pleasant and helpful. In my room I had a kitchen area which was appreciated. The room itself was okay in quality, cleanliness could have been better but definitely not as old and dirty as described by some other travelers. I did find the bathroom rather small but not an issue. All in all, although my stay was only 2 nights long, I can totally see this being an acceptable long-stay spot if needed, considering the low rate even when I booked same-day.
Despite some negative things, great place!
Pending reviewvia mobile I spent 4 nights here while in the city for work. I also work for a non-profit and was very conscious of my budget. First, the location is incredible. Super close to Kensington Market, Chinatown, Queen West, and so on. As a lone female traveller I walked daily to and from my job site, to get dinner, etc. I never felt unsafe and travellers must remember- THIS IS TORONTO. A large, busy, diverse city. It’s all a part of the charm. The rooms are tidy and well equipped. Who cares about petty things like the state of a curtain or the view?! The bed was so comfortable.The kitchenette has the basics, the fridge was clean and worked well, the sheets and are towels clean and fresh. There was a great little space to set up my computer and for when I ate in. The shower has awesome water pressure and was super hot- perfect for a freezing March day. The rooms are chilly and it seems the thermostats are just a decoration, lol. However, bring earplugs and download a white noise app on your phone. I was on the first floor in 108 and had a family above me. It seems that some people might be living here. Welcome to the realities of the housing market. The children were...well, children. It was hard to balance my frustration with needing to get up early with the fact that it’s winter and people hibernate. I said something to the evening staff at around 9:45 and they said that they would say something. The running in the halls stopped, but the noise of the room continued to well after 10:30. It was very trying for getting work done and going to bed early, but certainly ear plugs and white noise helped. Moral of the story: - You get what you pay for. I paid for clean, close to my job site and my fave Toronto “haunts”, a comfy bed, hot water, kitchenette, parking - If you’re a small town person, go stay in a holiday inn or something if you’re scared of neighbourhoods in large cities *eye roll* - pack some warm clothing and slippers for a winter stay - BRING EAR PLUGS!! - Stay here if you want to be IN the heart of the greatest city on earth! Despite some of the things that sucked, I would definitely stay here again. Thank you Studio 6!
Studio 6 – we stayed at Studio 6 Toronto 22nd to 26th Dec and had an enjoyable stay. Our transfer from the airport took about 25 mins and cost about £25 using Uber. We checked in early evening and the process was very swift. The room itself was very pleasant and looked like the images on the website and trip adviser. There was everything to make our stay a comfortable one – there was plenty of storage, an iron, ironing board, fridge, hairdryer, coffee machine, plenty of plug sockets and mirrors. There were plenty of channels on the TV. We had to enquire about the heating system, although there was a thermostat on the wall that was cranked up to the max (25 c) we couldn’t find a vent for the hot air to circulate. Reception confirmed there wasn’t a vent and that the heating comes through the walls and floor. The weather was quite mild during our stay but on a morning it did feel quite chilly and it wasn’t until getting in a hot shower did we feel we were warming up. The shower has excellent pressure and reaches a decent temperature. The bed was comfy and we had undisturbed sleep as the neighbourhood is so quiet. Housekeeping serviced the room daily, making sure the towels were changed and coffee pods replenished. The kitchen is fully stocked with utensils for those wishing to utilise the kitchen area. The Wi-Fi was hit and miss at times, we found it worked perfectly between 5am – 6am, but after that it seemed to crash. Don’t let the surrounding neighbourhood discourage you from staying here. We had no trouble and didn’t feel vulnerable or scared. It’s only a short stroll down the road before you hit Queen Street. Overall we thoroughly enjoyed our stay, the price was value for money, the location was great, we had a peaceful night sleep and the staff on the front desk were very friendly and helpful especially Wang-Li.
I had a great stay with studio 6. They were very accommodating and very pleasant. Good area close to stores and downtown. The rooms were very clean and updated. Would recommend especially if you’re on a budget and looking for a nice place to rest.
Great people, great city, awful location.
My wife and I have just checked out today after spending 5 nights here and I wouldn't stay there again. I booked based on the pictures on a booking site and reviews on here, both were misleading. The rooms were run down and tired looking but were clean. We were on a ground floor room where security was poor. In our first room the window didn't lock so we were moved to the room next door straight away which was good. Although the window locked it took little effort to force it open, with small bit of wood wedged in place to keep ot locked. The staff were polite and helpful whenever we encountered them which was nice. The bed was very comfortable, normally I end up with a dead leg after a couple of nights in a hotel but not here, it was great! The location is the worst thing about this place. The surrounding streets are very intimidating and not nice to look at. One house round the corner had blood smeared up the doors and there were a few people with obvious mental health problems walking around. If/when I come back to Toronto it would not be to stay here. Some of the reviews I read suggested the location was good and this is what I was looking for so in future I'll take more care when booking somewhere.