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Parking is blocks away through a dark dingy neighbourhood. Room and windows were very dirty. The only chair was a broken office chair on wheels. Bedding had cigarette burns. This is below an economy hotel. It is a very dingy dive.
The photos of this hotel lead one to believe that you have found a lovely little spot in downtown Toronto. Not true. The room we ended up with was cramped, tiny, less than pleasant to be in and not entirely clean. The wall paper was...More
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US$83 - US$135 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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