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This hotel was in a good location. The front desk staff were good. The room was dated. There was a lot of dust on the curtains. There was what appeared to be black mould on the tub surround. I believe that they were probably fumigating...More
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The hotel is in a great neighbourhood, but it is urgent need of renovations. There are broken windows, chipped paint and peeling fake wood everywhere. The beds are nice, and the A/C works great. Breakfast is very basic...muffins, yogurt and cereal.
I will start by saying that having read the reviews, I wasn't bothered by the fact that this was an older hotel in need of some major updating. We were in town for a wedding, and basically just needed a place to crash. The price...More
The hotel is old. The rooms are big and the beds are confortable but everything is old. The hotel needs a renovation. The breakfast is basic and free. The neighbourhood is good, located on Yorkville area, five minutes walking from the subway station St George...More
The main thing about the hotel is the location. It is in the best place in Toronto.
I had the opportunity to stay 2 times at the hotel, at the beginning of the trip and at the end.
Luckily or unlucky, I do not know,...More
US$81 - US$364 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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