Located in Toronto's east end, The Broadview Hotel turns a 1891 landmark into boutique accommodations. The 125-year-old building has worn many hats although it still retains most of its historic qualities through exposed brick walls, arched windows, and vaulted ceilings. Each of the 58 rooms is both traditional and eclectic, furnished with red velvet drapes, printed wall coverings, and marble bathrooms. Bonus features include vinyl record players, locally stocked minibars, and a unique collection of artwork. The ground level's Cafe + Bar offers a casual spot to enjoy both coffee and cocktails, while The Rooftop takes advantage of its 7th-floor location by offering panoramic views of the Toronto skyline.