Internationally recognized as Canada’s favourite Boutique Art Hotel, the Gladstone uniquely blends historical Victorian architecture with contemporary luxury, downtown culture and whole lot of art, making it an iconic Toronto hub for locals and international travelers alike...
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Music, food, the bar.
Ride the oldest elevator you've ever seen!
Love this hotel and the owl lamp in the bar.
The best spicy Bloody Mary's. They're so damn good.
Eggs Benny! Friendly staff. Great oldies and blues. Upbeat, fresh vibe..
Perfect eggs bennies. Just wish the reservations person would answer the phone or reply to emails/voicemails once in a while. Sunday brunch was virtually empty - she can't be that rushed off her feet?
Art shows, music, life drawing, ...
On mat leave? The melody bar has free coffee & lots of room to park your stroller weekdays 10-4pm. The best!
Hope they get more options on their brunch menu. Not a lot of choices. We ended up going to the drake instead.
I've been sitting at the restaurant for 20 minutes since my check in and not a single glass of water was served.
Offers amazing local food
Friday Saturday karaoke. Crazy ppl around
Have the beet juice cocktail
Funky, affordable and free wifi ... w/ tablets in your room to use during your stay.
Don't drive here if you can help it. Parking is extremely rare.
Did you know the Gladstone Hotel is the oldest continuously operating hotel in Toronto? Come visit us during Doors Open on May 25-26th, 2013.
Pok Pok Winfs are phenomenal. A must try.
Tons of Canadian Music Fest performances all week long, from March 20-23! www.cmw.net
Try the meatloaf. No seriously, try the meatloaf at the cafe.
Stellar decor. Solid veggie burger.
Site of The Quiet Room by Liang Yue.
One of Queen West's standouts is a former 19th-century Trunk Railway lodging that had fallen on hard times before being renovated. A different Ontario artist decorated each of the 37 guest rooms.
This is one of the NXNE 2012 venues in Jugnoo's NXnecessities. Check out
karaoke on Friday night and Saturday night!
The Gladstone Hotel is the oldest continuously operating hotel in Toronto.
Great Place for a Business Convention and Take a look at the Front Desk....They Sell the Hogtown Project Book! Post a comment when you see it...it's $50 to buy :)
Friday & Saturday night the east bar hosts the city's most popular-and participatory-karaoke night
One washroom for two bars. Eep.
Awesome! Great Place!
Down & dirty weekend karaoke in the Melody Bar; chilled and fancier in the "Cafe"; take your pick. Either way, good food (a french fry "bar" + a sweet brunch), and always something unexpected.
Bartender gives you attitude for using a credit card for spending less than $50 when no sign is present.
Grate place to spend when your a crazy drunk d
Great place to meet and work. Friendly yet non-mosey waiters and rock-solid wifi.
Their nachos are awesome
Saturday Saints post NB brunch
Do NOT order the Pinot Gris from prince Edward. Wow so bad
Not digging the remodel...
Bootcamp in the hood! Visit quantumphysique.ca today! :) Call 416 820 8898 for a free first session.
Looking for something different? Check out this hotel where every room is a work of art. We recommend the Twilight Room for a "unique" experience.
Late night menu leaves a lot to be desired.
Come check out Canadiana-Rama Toronto Burlesque Festival Fundraiser tonight! (June 10, 2011) The Festival happens July 22-23 2011 at various locations.
Come Up To My Room (CUTMR) is the Gladstone Hotel’s annual design event (in it's 8th year). The exhibition features 11 rooms each uniquely designed. Check it out the next time it's up and running.
Celebrity photographer Margaret Kwon snaps a fateful image of April Goodling at The Gladstone Hotel in Robert Rotenberg’s THE GUILTY PLEA.
Really Good hotel! Good service and the rooms are clean and very Nice!