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Even though the Chestnut Residence used to be a hotel, it is now during the academic year a low maintained student dorm. And unfortunately you can tell with the wear and tear on all the rooms - which are then rented out for travelers during...More
I stayed here because it was one of the recommended hotels for a conference that I was attending. I was a little nervous about it because of the reviews.
The best part is the location. It was walking distance to both the University of Toronto...More
This is a former hotel that is now a student residence.
My room was pretty well the same as what you'd find in a hotel, but it was €15 cheaper than other proper hotels in the area. It had everything that a hotel room has,...More
where should i start - this is a university student residence - NOT a hotel... and shouldnt be on accommodation hotel websites. it is a room with a bed and a bathroom - and breakfast.
there is no drain in the bathroom - so the...More
89 Chestnut has an unbeatable location at the heart of Toronto city, close to city attractions, the CBD, Chinatown and transport links
The food at the cafeteria (Chestnut tree) is of a high quality and there is much variety available
Staff are friendly and hospitable....More
USD 93 - USD 122 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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