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After being on set with a film crew for 12-14 hours you just want to have a shower, a night cap and crawl into a fresh smelling comfortable bed. My stay at Days Inn one night last week was just that. Ps and very friendly...More
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When we first checked in to the room, we were struck by a nasty odor of sweaty feet/BO. I finally had to go down to the desk and ask for air freshener. There was a little bit of orange spray in a can that helped...More
i went to get drinks from the vending machine around 1am, all i had was bills, both machines only take change. I asked the front desk guy if he could make some change, he was sitting on the couch in the lobby with his coat...More
Response from Hotel M, Manager at Days Inn - Toronto East LakeviewResponded 22 April 2016
Thanks for your comments and your feedback is very important for us. I would like to suggest, you should bring this matter to duty manager so he can satisfied you while you were in the Hotel. We take our guest comments very seriously and always...More
USD 75 - USD 114 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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