A Suite Dreams Toronto B&B

390 Clinton Street, Toronto, Ontario, M6G 2Z2, Canada | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located in the Seaton Village area of Toronto, is near Little Italy, Honest Ed's, The Annex, and Lee's Palace.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews A Suite Dreams Toronto B&B

    Enjoyed a perfect stay at Suite Dreams Toronto B&B

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    We recently stayed at the Suite Dreams Toronto B&B for our honeymoon. Jean, the host, was very gracious and helpful. Her breakfast was great; she served fruit and yogurt with great coffee and a choice of hot breakfast or bagel/croissant. She helped arrange a tour of Niagara Falls which picked us up right at the house. There are many restaurants near the B&B, and the subway is 2 minutes away. There was a really nice park called Christie Park behind the house.

    We would recommend staying at the Suite Dreams Toronto B&B to anyone visiting Toronto. Located in an elegantly new townhouse, our room is decorated very nice and comfortable bed and pillow. It was the perfect place for our honeymoon.

    Great service, Clean, well located B&B

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    Suite Dreams Toronto B&B = Great service, Clean, well located

    My wife and I spent the weekend of October 28-31 at this wonderful B&B in a great location within easy walking distance of all the downtown attractions. It is conveniently located near subway. Quiet, clean comfortable with modern decorations and free wireless Internet access. Plenty of restaurants in less than 5-10 minutes of walk.

    The breakfast is great and very attractive with fresh fruit and wonderful granola and Jean prepared for us the special request of Chinese Dim Sum. Jean is a pleasant and professional host who made our stay thoroughly enjoyable. It was a great experience and we will return again and again. We would be happy to recommend Suite Dreams Toronto B&B to anyone staying in the area.

    Home Away from Home

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    My time spent at the Suite Dreams B&B will be time that I will not soon forget. The house and rooms are immaculate, large and extremely quiet.

    Mrs. Tan, a very social and gracious host, got my mornings started on the right foot with a healthy breakfast that featured homemade granola and her signature smoothies.

    Located in downtown Toronto, Suite Dreams is minutes away from many great restaurants, nightlife, the subway station, U of T, the Royal Ontario Museum, shopping, as well as a large public pool and park.

    Future visits to the city will include a stop at Mrs. Tan's B&B.

    Very friendly host offers wonderful vegan meals!

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    The host (Jean) is very friendly and she provided a healthy, vegan breakfast each morning. If you don't know, vegan means no animals products. If you haven't tried vegan food, ask Jean and she'll intoduce you to this healthy alternative. The place is very clean and very close to the Christy subway stop, so it's just a short trip from downtown Toronto.

    Good Location -- Excellent Accomodations

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    We had an extremely pleasant stay at this lovely B&B. Jean, the owner, was extremely helpful and a very friendly and gracious hostess. On our arrival she provided us with an excellent overview of the city and some suggested highlights. The accomodations were modern (as the building appeared to be fairly new), the rooms very neat, and the decour lovely (as depicted in the pictures on their web site).

    Having never been to Toronto, we were very unsure of where to stay. As advertised this B&B was conveniently located just a half a block from the subway which made accessing the major Toronto sites very convenient. This was a major plus as we wanted to be able to venture in the city without a car.

    The B&B (located near Korea Town) is also a half a block from some excellent Korean resturants which are quite authentic and very interesting to visit for a late night meal. It is also a 10 minute walk (or a few dollar cab ride) to Little Italy, a very trendy part of Toronto also with excellent fare.

    Overall, we loved Toronto and had a wonderful stay and believe this B&B to be an excellent find!

    Exceeded High Expectation / Convenient Location in Toronto

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    We check-in late due to flight delayed and was greeted by Jean, the caring host of this B&B. The house is immaculate. Our bedrooms full ensuite (Sunset room) was gorgeous with walk-in closet. It was well furnished with comfortable bed and good pillows.

    Jean set up high-speed Internet connection for us. We felt at home with neat, tidy and comfortable surrounding during our 2 days stay in July 2005. Our breakfast was ready promptly. The coffee was freshly brewed, and the fruit bowl (banana, blue berries, honey dews, pineapples and strawberries and topped with vanilla yogurt and homemade granola) for each of us. It was a delight to enjoy the breakfast of our choice of omelets; pancake or French toast. Our hostess Jean was very knowledgeable about happenings about Toronto. This B&B is only few houses away to the subway station and close to shopping and restaurants. It was an enjoyable stay for us at Suite Dreams Toronto B & B and we would like to express our appreciation to Jean and congratulate her for taking care of us with many saving tips around Toronto.

    Suite Dreams - An excellent choice!

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    My wife and I had a wonderful stay at Suite Dreams B&B. Not only is this B&B only a stone's throw away from the subway line, but is an easy walking distance to the bistros of Little Italy, Spadina's Chinatown, and the University of Toronto's campus. Our room was bright and extremely spacious, luxuriously decorated, and our bed piled high with pillows. Breakfast was delicious. Our host, Jean, is an excellent cook! We especially enjoyed her homemade granola cereal, along with her yogurt and fresh fruit parfaits. We would definitely recommend Suite Dreams for your next stay in T.O.

    Heavenly Evening at Toronto B & B

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    We felt very fortunate to come across this new bed and breakfast. The house is brand new and kept in top condition by owner Jean Tan. The location is quiet yet in the heart of the trendy Annex (also minutes from the Subway and downtown). Lots of great restaurants and night life within five minutes walking distance. The room we stayed in was modern and very comfortable. The breakfast menu was flexible and exactly to our taste -- home made granola and fresh fruit salad made a great start to our day. We loved our brief stay in this elegant home with a very warm host. You'll be fortunate if you have the opportunity to stay here.

    Excellent B&B, Excellent Location

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    Two thumbs up for Suite Dreams Toronto B&B. We greatly enjoyed our 3-day stay here. This B&B is very clean, comfortable, and nicely furnished. The location is excellent. Subway access is just around the corner. The immediate neighborhood has a great variety of shops and restaurants. The breakfasts were excellent. Our hosts were very accommodating. I highly recommend this B&B.

    Sweet Dreams at Suite Dreams

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    My boyfriend and I just spent 3 nights at the new Suite Dreams B & B on Clinton Street in Toronto. We loved this place. The location is terrific, walking distance to Little Italy and the Annex area. We also walked down Bloor to Yonge and all the way to Queen Street. We bought an off-street parking pass (from Jean, the owner of the B & B) and parked right in front of the house. The place is immaculate, the bed was very comfortable, and the breakfasts are delicious. We had omelets made to order each morning. The family is lovely. We would certainly stay here again.

    TripAdvisor Reviews A Suite Dreams Toronto B&B

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