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We have spent 5nights here, we didn't have any issues at all, staff was very friendly, especially at breakfast as waitress who speaks spanish, we also had a dinner once and was good, we've been served from the Puerto rican guy, just great! The only...More
After reading the reviews I was kind of prepared that this would be no fancy place however it was a bit more basic than I expected. The beds were comfortable enough but there were no extra blankets in the room and the rooms are not...More
The hotel is located dowtown Toronto. But it is a terrible place to be. They do not offer room service. And there is constantly a band playing in the bar downstair until very late at night. I mean until 12 sometimes 1:00 in the morning....More
This hotel is extremely basic. The room was tiny and had nowhere to put our suitcases. But the bed was comfy, shower good, wifi pretty good and air con amazing - so really, nothing to complain about. What we paid for 4 nights, we couldn't...More
We picked this hotel because when we wanted to stay in Toronto, there wasn’t much else available that didn’t break the bank. The ice hockey world cup was on as well as the Toronto International Film Festival which left limited accommodation options. We booked knowing...More
US$75 - US$115 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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do you have safety box in the rooms or somewhere to keep important documents and money in the hotel?
thank you in advance.
17 February 2017|
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Response from Jim M | Reviewed this property |
None in the three rooms we were in. I would suggest you call The Rex to see if they have a secure area at their hotel check-in area. The check-in area is small and a one person desk. Based on that, I would say they do not... More
None in the three rooms we were in. I would suggest you call The Rex to see if they have a secure area at their hotel check-in area. The check-in area is small and a one person desk. Based on that, I would say they do not have a safe to secure documents or currency.
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"Not at the front which is over the bar & overlooks a very busy traffic light junction."