In a landmark downtown building near the Hockey Hall of Fame, the Victoria retains a few glamorous touches from its past, such as crown moldings and marble columns in the lobby. It’s Toronto’s second-oldest hotel (built in 1909), although the rooms are much newer, furnished with sleek modern furniture and Netflix-connected flatscreens. The cramped bathrooms do feel a touch dated, though. On the plus side, the hotel's personal service and attention are a bonus not often found in budget accommodations. The lack of on-site parking makes unloading a bear; however, nearby city parking lots are reasonably priced.