I stayed at this property in early June, while the Blue Jays had a homestand. We were upgraded to a King Executive Suite - top floor at the northern corner.. The Concierge Lounge is located on the 6th Floor. It's a bit tricky, because based on which elevator you ride in, you end up having to take a different route to the lounge.
The lounge is set up against the northern part of the hotel, and it is essentially a long hallway, but there are windows down the entire one side. There is seating and tables on both sides of the food area. In addition, there were USA Today and the local Toronto paper available. There are also two computers with printing availability as well.
Breakfast was pretty non-descript. I actually had better choices a few nights later at a Hampton Inn in Niagara Falls, NY. Scrambled Eggs, oatmeal, hard boiled eggs, fruit, and a deli/cheese tray. Along with cereal and the regular bread options. They did have OJ and Apple Juice available along with coffee.
The "happy hour" was a honor bar with a flat bread pizza and a cheese/deli tray. At 8pm, they bring out cookies, lemon bars and pretty good fruit tarts. They are waters and sodas available at all times as well, however, I did notice they don't get filled up much (at all??) over the weekend while the lounge is official closed.