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Stayed here for three nights when I had just arrived to Canada. Had a four bed dorm. The rooms are ok, feels clean but a bit small. Bathrooms are clean and you get a towel for your stay. Theres a kitchen you can use which...More
Don't stay here this is the worst hotel the manager of this hotel is extremely greedy what he did was shocking and unbelievable I was visiting the Toronto area for a few days and I had the miss fortune to book this dump I used...More
Brief background - Two friends and I are travelling through Canada, but with no real plan. This Hostel was literally home for us, for a long time. We got to know the owners quite well, who were both professional and friendly. The room was large...More
This hostel was clean and exactly what I expected for the price that I paid.
If you are planning on visiting Niagara Falls whilst staying in Toronto I would definitely recommend the excursion that the hostel recommends to you. It was such a good price...More
This hostel is well located and I really liked the homely feel of the place. However this hostel wouldn't let me pay for one night on card because it was under $50. I was not told this on my booking confirmation so I was expected...More
US$62 - US$79 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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