Very nice hotel with small kitchen (no oven though, so meals are relatively limited). Very conveniently located, within walking distance from majors attractions (5 min walk from CN tower, aquarium and train museum, 20-25 min walk from Eaton Center, Chinatown and ferry to Toronto Islands, 15 min walk from large grocery store, many restaurants options all within short waking distance).
The hotel parking was closed so we parked at then indoor parking next to the hotel (3 minutes walk) but we could park temporarily in front of the hotel to unload/load the car. I think it was cheaper than the hotel's parking (we paid about 25$/day during the week, but no in/out privileges)
The only downsides were the hot tub that was closed due to COVID (understandably I guess, and you had to reserve your time slot for using the pool), and the sofa bed mattress was not well supported in the center so both sleepers tend to shift to the center of the bed (brother and sister didn't quite like that!)
The breakfast consisted of a bag filled with stuff for each person in the room (either bagel, muffin, cereal & milk or slices of bread, a yogurt, a fruit and juice box). There was plenty of food in each bag and didn't finish everything everyday. I guess this was ok considering the COVID...