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Although it was available for two people, although it is a bit narrower, the size of the room is not particularly problematic.
Also, the cleanliness is also old in the building itself, so there...More
Stayed here for a couple of nights while visiting Toronto.
The house itself is ok, there’s kitchen facilities and a fridge in the room #201. The room was clean and had a balcony which felt a bit unsafe, the timber roof creeks and there was...More
My partner and I stayed in Mina's Guesthouse from the 2nd September 'till the 5th September 2017. The guesthouse is very quaint with lovely, spacious rooms, a smoking balcony, and shared bathrooms and kitchen. There were a couple of things in the property that wasn't...More
We went there on foot from Union Station. Entry was as agreed, we could settle everything. On the reservation site it says you can pay with credit card, but after the booking charge, they expect cash. The photos about the room are not exactly reflecting...More
Room was clean
the neighbour hood wasnt safe. We come back from sightseeing at midnight in a taxi and one of the guys started banging on the taxi window telling us to get out. We also heard people openly talking about...More
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Response from AryaAkbari, Manager at Mina's GuesthouseResponded 14 June 2016
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We don't have any room without Windows. Room 9--10 are in basement and both have above ground windows as you can see pictures in our website. There is a shutter a block away that's why there...More
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