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This is the worst place Ive ever been to. When we were checking in a guy was renting a room for an hr to have some hocker over. The "office" had a very bad smell and the employee hardly spoke English. Then we get to...More
I and my husband travel to Toronto. We stay there. But receptionist had communication issues. Could not converse in English. Room is standard clean. Room was not cool enough. Wi-Fi is not working. But they say high speed internet.
Receptionist had communication issues. Could not converse in English. Reserved a room with queen bed, got double bed instead. Bathroom shower curtains had stains. The room Air conditioning was not effective, refrigerator had a bad smell. Room was not cool enough
I travel to Toronto to work every week and have been staying here for over 1 year now. Rooms are clean and very reasonably priced. Staff are very friendly and very helpful. I would recommend staying here to all my friends
I can't believe that in this year and age, a discriminatory place like this still exists in Toronto. My boyfriend and I wanted to stay here for one night. My boyfriend called an hour before we checked in to make sure that there will be...More
USD 69 - USD 81 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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