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Big and nice room with queensize bed. No problems with wifi, and the room is nice and clean. The hotel location is very central and you can do much of the tourist-attractions just by walking. Very friendly and helpful staff.More
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Response from holidayinnbloor, Manager at Holiday Inn Toronto Bloor YorkvilleResponded 25 March 2015
We appreciate you taking the time to review our hotel for your most recent stay. We are thrilled to hear we were conveniently located for your needs, our guestrooms were nice and our staff was friendly. We look forward to seeing you again...More
Clean room and quiet evening. Located close to the ROM, shopping and Sick Kids hospital.
room service was great. Parking was in a locked area and very accessible.
Great deal for room.
Would come back again if going to Toronto.
1 Thank sportsgal72
Response from holidayinnbloor, Manager at Holiday Inn Toronto Bloor YorkvilleResponded 20 March 2015
We are thrilled to hear you enjoyed your stay with us and that we were located conveniently for all your needs. We look forward to seeing you again in the future.
I stayed at the Holiday Inn recently to avoid a snowy, late night drive home. This location is a three minute walk to the St George subway station, so that meant less than a half hour to downtown on the subway. It has a pub...More
1 Thank Chasney
Response from holidayinnbloor, Manager at Holiday Inn Toronto Bloor YorkvilleResponded 16 March 2015
Thank you for taking the time to review our hotel. We appreciate your feedback, and hope to see you again in the future.
A typical Holiday Inn, but the location within 100 meters of St. George subway station makes this very convenient to downtown Toronto.
It is also connected to the Fox & Fiddle restaurant/pub which is open for breakfast and a late night cocktail.
2 Thank tjtravelerChicago
Response from holidayinnbloor, Manager at Holiday Inn Toronto Bloor YorkvilleResponded 12 March 2015
Thank you for staying with us and taking the time to review our hotel! We appreciate your wonderful comments and do hope to see you again soon.
This is a typical holiday inn, with typical inoffensive holiday inn decor. The room was clean. The staff is polite. The carpets need replacing, but were clean. The bed was comfortable, but not luxurious. The free wifi is a bit slow. You can pay for...More
2 Thank SarahWZ
Response from holidayinnbloor, Manager at Holiday Inn Toronto Bloor YorkvilleResponded 4 March 2015
On behalf of our staff at the Holiday Inn Bloor, we thank you for taking the time to review our hotel. We apologize for the slow internet connection during your most recent stay. Our Front Desk Agents are available and happy to assist...More
USD 140 - USD 278 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#48 Business Hotel in Toronto
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