Neill-Wycik Summer Hotel Photo 5
Address: 96 Gerrard Street East Ontario M5B 1G7, Toronto, Canada
Located in the heart of downtown Toronto. Neill-Wycik is a few minutes walk from the very best in shopping and live theater, one block away from Yonge Street and the Eaton Centre! Each guest receives a FREE continental Breakfast! Open May to the end of August.
The Summer Hostel occupies approximately 15 floors of our 22 story building. There are 4 apartment units on each floor. Within each unit you'll find 4 or 5 private bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a kitchen/common lounge area. It's a great way for a guest to meet new people, yet maintain bedroom privacy. Mixed-sex (co-ed) dorm rooms are also available throughout the summer.
All guests receive a continental breakfast with their stay (3 food items and a drink) - items include toast, bagels, pastries, cereal, fresh fruit, yogurt, coffee, teas, juices.
Our Front Desk and Concierge services are available 24 hours a day. If you need directions to attractions or assistance planning a day trip, our staff is there to help. Guests are welcome to check-in any time after 4:00 pm. Check-out time is 10:00 am. Our Cafe is open from 7:00am to 11:00 am every day.
Being a guest at Neill-Wycik means you can have all Toronto has to offer at your front door, and still have some money in your pocket to enjoy it.
- Outstanding Service
- Great Location
- Affordable Rates
- Friendly and Helpful Staff
See what the guide books have to say about Neill-Wycik Summer Hostel:
Fodors Toronto 2008 - "Highly recommended"
Time Out Toronto, 2005 - "Toronto's best-value rooms for the location"
Fodors See It Canada, 2006 - "Relaxed and friendly students' residence with compact rooms, close to downtown and ten minutes walk from the bus station"
Now City Guide Toronto, 2006 - "A student residence during the school year, it's a hostel open to visitors in the summer, opening very studentesque lodgings, a common area and a cafe. The dealmaker, though, is the buildings rooftop patio and barbecues"
The Rough Guide to Toronto, 2006 - "A great option if you are traveling with family or friends. The (Ryerson University) campus is scenic and calm, but the youth-magnet intersection of Yonge and Dundas is only a short walk away"