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The Drake Hotel is quite the institution. Full review →
Long considered Toronto's hippest boutique hotel, credit it for revatilizing the West Queen West scene.
For anyone who wants to live hard, party with locals, and see the city's younger, hipper side, there's no better place to lay your weary head.
There's hardly ever any need to spend an evening posted up at the same locale. When it comes to The Drake, however, one could easily spend an entire weekend without ever stepping outside. Full review →
A former flophouse has been transformed into a hip, artsy boutique hotel. Rooms, decorated in an eclectic mix of vintage and modern, are small but well-designed to maximize space.
Once a notorious flophouse, this 19th-century building is now an ultra-hip hotel peppered with contemporary art and attracting a chic, creative crowd. Full review →
Entertainment, original art, good food, a sky terrace, a hip neighborhood, and unique touches... make this a favorite with the cool kids. Full review →
Toronto's hip and trendy Drake Hotel blends a fashionable cultural atmosphere with friendly hospitality. Full review →
Amid trendy shops and art galleries in edgy West Queen West, epitomises bohemian luxury. . Full review →
Funky boutique spot for the nightlife set in Toronto’s West Queen West arts district. Full review →Choose from one of five spots in the hotel to drink, dine or take in live music.
Another super-hip hotel on Queen West... this century-old hotel beckons bohemians, artists and indie musicians. Full review →
Located in the newly gentrified area of the Art and Design District, the 19-room Drake Hotel has funky decor and a design that fits in nicely with the neighborhood. Full review →
Located west of the centre, this art nightclub, restaurant, bar and art venue, is one of the most fashionable spots in town - in the city's funkiest neighbourhood.
This brazen boutique-hotel is a continuously evolving stage for visitors and residents, an informal bastion for art school graduates and creative types. Full review →
This arts-oriented, 19-room boutique hotel, originally a derelict apartment block, still maintains the high hip quotient it has enjoyed since it opened Full review →
Naysayers say the Drake tries too hard to be cool, but it has certainly brightened up West Queen West. Full review →
Permanent art displays are peppered throughout the building, from a light installation made from bicycle parts in the café to a Bums and Chests piece made from postcards in a men’s lavatory. Full review →
Billing itself as a “hotbed for culture,” this hip West Queen West landmark packs in fashionable types who come for its upscale comfort food, underground live music space and popular rooftop patio.
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