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Perhaps I didn't read the write-up carefully enough, or should've known from the price, but this is evidently a former hotel, now owned (or just used) by the nearby college. The lobby, halls, and rooms look like dorms--that is, shabby (or no) carpet, shabby (or...More
We moved here from the Travelodge across the street and ended up staying at CR&CC for nearly a month. The rooms were clean, spacious and had all the amenities one desires (coffee maker, fridge, microwave, etc.). Most of the staff was very friendly and helpful...More
We were a bit surprised to learn that this was mostly a university residence, but it did not impact our stay one bit. Our rooms was everything we would expect from a normal hotel. It was a nice large room that had good amenities, frequent...More
I spent 4 days early June 2013 at this hotel and was quite satisfied about it. Hotel representatives and staff were nice.
The hotel lift is a bit on the slow side.
The room had 2 double beds, a good working and clean refrigerator, a...More
My stay was excellent!! The staff were very friendly and professional. Easy access to downtown Toronto and highways. Enjoyed breakfast! Comfortable beds! I stayed at lots of hotel and this one I got my money's worth!
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