"Tiny hotel in a cool hipster neighborhood"
First of all, let me say that this hotel met my needs absolutely adequately, I have no complaints whatsoever, and that I would stay there again in a minute. That being said, the Beverley is not for everyone, and that all boils down to the size of the hotel and the rooms. The size of the single room is 12 square meters, and there are no words to prepare you for the shock of how small that really, truly is. The hotel website says that it's ideal for the "solo" traveler, which would have to be the case since two people just simply wouldn't fit. The room consists of a very comfy double bed, two small cabinet-style wardrobes on either side, a tiny fridge, a tiny lavatory in the same room as the bed, and a toilet and shower sectioned off by a sliding door--and that's all folks. There's a TV that pops out of the ceiling if you wish. There's no place to sit down except on the bed, no desk, and no substantial wastepaper basket except in the toilet area. My room did not have a window facing the outside, which could bother some people. But for me, this room worked out fine: I was only in Toronto for a quick 48 hours for meetings, I was working with an extremely modest per diem, and I knew I wasn't going to see much of the hotel room anyway. If all you're doing in the room is sleeping and showering, then you'll be fine. Anything else and you'll find it wanting.
Traveller from Chicago, IL