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Last minute find for a night stay. Didn't know what to expect, but what a great find! From front desk staff to a fresh smelling and spacious room, 2 bedroom with double beds, a kitchenette with fridge and microwave. However, one should be aware that...More
Extremely central student residence during the academic year at Toronto university basic accommodation within walking distance of city centre. Reasonable clean and comfortable accommodation. No frills. A hearty breakfast without being fussy. We stayed three nights.
We were looking for a place in this area that had a freezer (as we wanted to freeze a bunch of stuff to take back to the US). This "hotel" had a full size fridge/ freezer, and the rate was incredibly good.
Where do I begin. My husband and I travel frequently. This was , without a doubt, the most disgusting place I have ever been to. The rooms are college dorms. There were more stains on the rugs and floors than you could imagine. The doors...More
The room and bathroom were clean. They could do with a bit of a paint job in and out of the room, but nothing too bad. Lots of construction happening around it but never heard any of it during the night we were there. Might...More
US$75 - US$78 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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North York is one of Toronto's most culturally diverse neighborhoods. Home to a number of cultural events throughout the year that celebrate the city's varied ethnic communities, it's always worthwhile to see what's going on in the area. Its cross-section of inhabitants include students and long-time residents, giving North York an eclectic feeling of being both local and international. Extremely family-friendly,
its rivers, arboretums, and parks cater to outdoor activities, while its historical villages paint Toronto's history in exciting shades. Bumper cars, mini golf, and inexpensive shopping also help cater to the inclusive family feel.