Room was comfortable-ish. The bed was quite nice, but the overall room decor is more industrial than it seems in the web site photos, with linoleum floors. The 80s-style under-window AC/Heating unit was very noisy: even with the fan on LOW, it was like sleeping with a truck idling outside the window all night. Rooms not terribly well insulated for sound within the hotel, so first night we heard everything in the room next door and the room above, and ended up having to change rooms at 2am the first night. The staff is SUPER friendly and VERY responsive and helpful. The faults are mainly with design and construction. The restaurant in the hotel is excellent, and highly recommended.
Like many city hotels at this price point, on weekends it's very popular with young guests who use hotel rooms to party because they don't have places of their own. For more mature guests (or anyone who just wants peace and quite), this a challenging situation. In Toronto these days, it's very hard to find a central hotel room for under $300/night. Unfortunately, to get real peace and quiet, you have to go up to a price point that young people can't afford.