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The hotel just felt a little worn. The room was smaller than the Courtyard that we had stayed at the night before and the handle on the sliding glass door was hanging from one screw when we walked into the room. One of the elevators...More
I stayed here for 3 nights for a work conference. I really enjoyed my stay!
My room was on the 4th floor and was very clean, tidy and comfortable. The conference facilities were great! There is plenty of conference space available! In fact, there were...More
The Westin Prince is a decent hotel, just not sure it's up to typical Westin standards. Upon entry to a beautiful floral clock and modern lovely lobby and dining areas you get a good feeling about this place. The room left a lot to be...More
Response from thewestinprince, Front Office Manager at The Westin Prince TorontoResponded 2 days ago
Thank you for taking the time to provide us with your feedback.
While I was glad to hear that you were pleased with the initial presentation of the hotel, I am sorry that the rooms did not live up to that expectation. We...More
The Weston prince is a very run of the mill 3 star hotel at a very reasonable price for Toronto. The main drawback is the distance from the city centre and the lack of direct public transport to the city and the airport. I would...More
Despite our travel agent not advising the hotel that we were on honeymoon, the hotel receptionist, Christie, managed to change us to a lovely room with a double bed and a view. Also refreshments the following evening. Thank you. So grateful.
A fine hotel in...More
North York is one of Toronto's most culturally diverse neighborhoods. Home to a number of cultural events throughout the year that celebrate the city's varied ethnic communities, it's always worthwhile to see what's going on in the area. Its cross-section of inhabitants include students and long-time residents, giving North York an eclectic feeling of being both local and international. Extremely family-friendly,
its rivers, arboretums, and parks cater to outdoor activities, while its historical villages paint Toronto's history in exciting shades. Bumper cars, mini golf, and inexpensive shopping also help cater to the inclusive family feel.