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Stayed 2 nights at Christmas as was close to family and found room clean, beds comfortable and staff courteous. Probably the best value for the area. Would book again. Nothing else needed to say. Tried to submit but you want more. That's all from me.
room price is very economical and I found my room clean, comfortable and quite. This hotel is also close to my relatives. I was not expecting this standard, but believe me very polite hotel staff and the amazing thing is internet speed was super. I...More
My husband and I were greeted at the desk which was poorly lit and the lobby area was also quite dark. It was only about 6:30p.m. When we arrived. The desk clerk at that time was professional but not in a pleasant way. He did...More
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Thank Marsha R
Response from Hotel M, General Manager at Days Inn - Toronto East LakeviewResponded 17 December 2015
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US$75 - US$112 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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