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Luckily I took precaution before setting my belongings on floor or bed. I pulled back sheets to do my check and found brown flecks along seam, since this is a sign of bed bugs I went further and pulled the mattress half way down bed...More
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Response from Nancy C, General Manager at Howard Johnson Hotel Toronto YorkvilleResponded 14 June 2016
Thank you so much for your feedback. Our sincere apologies for the inconvenience caused during your last stay with us. Providing a comfortable and clean accommodation is very critical for us.
As a policy, all reports of bed bug activity are treated with the utmost...More
I am beginning to think travelers want a 5 star experience at a middle of the road hotel these days. All I read is negative or average reviews for this hitel and I live in Toronto and stayed here for one night. I was attending...More
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Response from Nancy C, General Manager at Howard Johnson Hotel Toronto YorkvilleResponded 30 May 2016
Thank you so much for your comments. We appreciate your honesty and just would like you to know that we did undergo a renovation this spring. New carpeting in all the rooms and corridors, new linen, refreshed bathroom and lobby. We are still a work...More
This hotel is old and in need of a few repairs but it was clean and the room was okay, beds comfortable. Had booked for 3 adults but only received towels and toiletries, coffee, tea and cups for 2. No real amenities in the room...More
Response from Nancy C, General Manager at Howard Johnson Hotel Toronto YorkvilleResponded 25 May 2016
Thank you for your comments. Glad to hear you had a comfortable stay with us. We hope to see you again soon at the Howard Johnson Yorkville.
My mother, sister, and I stayed here on the weekend once again. We chose this hotel for its fantastic location to subways, restaurants and beautiful Yorkville. We already were prepared for a basic, no frills hotel, and again, we were not disappointed since that's exactly...More
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Response from Nancy C, General Manager at Howard Johnson Hotel Toronto YorkvilleResponded 13 May 2016
Thank you for your review. Glad to hear you enjoyed the Howard Johnson Yorkville.
We are cozy and comfortable in the heart of Yorkville. We appreciate your business and look forward to being of service to you again in the near future.
US$83 - US$289 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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