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Review: Courtyard Toronto Downtown | Prince of Travel

Review: Courtyard Toronto Downtown | Prince of Travel

I recently went home to Toronto to reconnect with my family for a brief weekend sojourn.

It was important for me to find a hotel that had an excellent price-to-quality ratio, especially since I hardly needed luxuries such as free breakfast or full service due to the brevity of my stay.

Fortunately, the well-situated Courtyard Toronto Downtown fulfilled all my needs at a fair price, and had surprisingly modern and attractive amenities for a limited-service hotel. 

Courtyard Toronto Downtown – Booking

I was lucky enough to score an industry rate for the Courtyard Toronto Downtown, which greatly reduced the cost of my stay. However, I’ve seen that prices at this location tend to hover around the $210–300 (CAD) mark, depending on demand and seasonality.

On weekends in the summer, prices can surge precipitously, so book early if you can.

For a limited-service hotel, this can seem a little steep, but the main price point is in the location, which we’ll address in due time.

If you’re looking to redeem Marriott Bonvoy points, then expect nights to come in at around 25,000–30,000 points. This means that you could realistically surpass our target goal of 0.9 cents per point, making redemptions a decent value when compared to cash rates the Courtyard Toronto Downtown. 

As nights cost less than 35,000 points, this also makes the hotel a decent choice for a Free Night Award, such as those granted by annually renewing loyalty credit cards such as the Marriott Bonvoy American Express Card.

Because Toronto isn’t a town known for its lack of expense, feel free to also use any and all corporate codes to which you may be entitled to further reduce the impact to your pocketbook.

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Courtyard Toronto Downtown – Location

As its name would suggest, the Courtyard Toronto Downtown is located in the heart of the city, right next to the historic Maple Leaf Gardens (now an ultra-premium Loblaws), as well as a slew of other services, restaurants, and…

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