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Stay in one of the 37 artist-designed rooms at the Gladstone, Toronto's longest-running hotel, and you'll be feeling the design vibe by morning. Full review →
Unique boutique hotel renews itself in the midst of Parkdale's gentrification propelled by its competitor The Drake just steps away.
A mélange of uniquely designed suites, exhibition spaces, and a pair of bars—a café that deals brunch during the day and dancing at night. Full review →
The unique, artistdesigned rooms at this trendy, welcoming hotel are compact but comfortable.
An intimate size and focus on local art and products helped this hotel earn raves as the "anti chain-hotel Toronto experience". Full review →
The hip public rooms are now a hive of cultural activity, with offerings ranging from burlesque shows to indie bands, and the Melody Bar hosts the city's most colorful weekend karaoke. Full review →
The Gladstone blends artsy design and modern amenities in the heart of one of the city's most culturally vibrant neighborhoods. Full review →
From teeny bopper to urban explorer to Canadian forest, the 37 artist-designed rooms at this refurbished hotel are stylish and fun. Full review →Go to the website to choose the room that fits your mood.
The Gladstone Hotel is Toronto’s oldest continually operating hotel and it’s unlike any hotel you’ve stayed in before Full review →
The scene at the hotel is hip and young, and revelers can be heard at the hotel's Melody Bar late into the night. Full review →
In a handsome, red -brick building dating from the 1880s, the Gladstone follows the dictum "new ideas in old buildings".
In the heart of Toronto's trendy Queen West art and design district, the Gladstone Hotel is a well-loved art hotel and a hot spot for Toronto's hipsters and creatives Full review →Families traveling with children would do well to choose a quieter property with more spacious quarters.
With art everywhere and artist-designed rooms, the Gladstone Hotel is one of a kind. Full review →
Teen queens, tree-huggers and wannabe rockers are bunking down on West Queen West, along with prudish Victorians, bikers and fans of faux fur. Full review →
This renovated heritage property dates back to the 19th century but now lives firmly in the 21st, with 37 unique, artist-designed rooms plus public spaces that are constantly buzzing with events.
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