The 125-year-old red-brick Victorian’s many lives – including bicycle club and flophouse – have made the Broadview an East End institution. Reborn as a 58-room boutique hotel, it boasts a seventh-floor bar whose massive skylight and all-glass walls offer some of the best new views of the city. Old-school details, like the turn-of-the-last-century steaks, chops and whole-bird menu at Civic and reproductions of the original wallpaper uncovered during construction, ensure the past stays present, too.
Charming decor and a sunlit suite at the Broadview Hotel in Toronto
The Broadview Hotel —
For the new-meets-old decor
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