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Six of us stayed on a Tuesday night. We chose this location as we were attending a Blue Jays game and this hotel is very handy to the 401 and Eglinton GO Train station is a simple 10 minute drive away. The decor is bright...More
I have been a regular guest of this Express Holiday Inn for over 10 years, mostly on business. Furthermore, I can tell you I have never been disappointed with the treatment from a superb collection of staff members. Whether it is front desk check-in, to...More
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Response from Nelson D, General Manager at Holiday Inn Express Toronto EastResponded 18 May 2017
We are humbled with your positive feedback and thank you for taking the time to post your review. We are proud of Angela for being an outstanding ambassador of our hotel. We look forward to your continued visits and thank you for sharing...More
This is an average Holiday Inn Express but I found the staff to be extra helpful and friendly. This hotel is intended to be more of a stopover to other places so does not have extensive amenities. It is within sight of the 401 so...More
Thank Tam B
Response from Nelson D, General Manager at Holiday Inn Express Toronto EastResponded 3 weeks ago
Thank you for your positive review and for complimenting our associates. Your assurance to return is what we strive for and we look forward to welcoming you back.
It is a decent hotel but breakfast is not outstanding when you have to use paper plates and plastic forks and knives. The breakfast is pretty standard help yourself from precooked food or cereals. The staff are not helpful especially looking after breakfast and are...More
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Response from Nelson D, General Manager at Holiday Inn Express Toronto EastResponded 4 weeks ago
All products used in our breakfast area are recyclable and we regret that you did not find it outstanding. We do have coffee makers in room and you could also boil the water in these to make your own tea, had we been...More
Newly renovated, decent hot breaky. Cinnamon rolls, sausage, eggs, English muffins some fruit etc. Small room but comfortable bed! Shuttle to the airport is about 15 min and they stop at one other hotel. Driver is on time! Which is wonderful! Parking for two weeks...More
Response from Nelson D, General Manager at Holiday Inn Express Toronto EastResponded 13 June 2017
I believe you may have stayed at one of our airport properties, we are located in Scarborough which is about 25-30 kilometers from the airport. Thank you for taking the time to post your review and I hope you can change this to...More
USD 126 - USD 192 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#49 Business Hotel in Toronto
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