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Property is worn out and needs a total renovation.
Dishwasher, but very little crockery or flatware to wash.
Cannot unpack as there are no draws or shelves to place them on, lived out of our suitcase.
On our check out day the next visitors were...More
Made a booking with booking.com
This property should not be listed until the owners put their act together.
1. Check in is at 4.00pm
Not a norm
2. Rather difficult to communicate with the security guard who barely spoke and understood English
3. On checking...More
We stayed here for three nights as a base for our trip to Toronto. First of all it's a great location. Perfect for exploring the city.
The apartments weren't the easiest to find. Quite a way up Bay Street. The nearest subway station is either...More
We spent three nights at this place in downtown Toronto. Got a fully equipped flat, with all the facilities like one's own home, including a laundry and state-of-the-art kitchen. Wi-Fi internet and cable TV added value to the package. It's within walking distance of the...More
Upon arrival, the security guard was reasonably friendly and gave me my welcome package. The building is neat and the lobby has a sitting area for you and your guests to chat. The apartment was clean and there were items in the apartment to use....More
US$102 - US$235 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
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