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We have just stayed at this location over the long weekend.
Distance: Very good. Few blocks from Eaton Center, Uncle Tetsu, and very good Korean food.
Location: There were homeless and druggies around, smell of piss, canabis...etc.
Price: errrr should be cheaper, much.
Great location and... that's it! Everything was booked in town so we had no other choice. We knew it would be bad but we didn't expect something that crappy. The room was small and dirty. Same for the shared kitchen. Oh and don't expect the...More
I stayed last minute for $120 something for one night. No lockable doors on one of the shower rooms, hair dryers didn't work, but no water in any of the showers so that didnt matter anyway. Wifi didn't work. No staff in the messy office...More
To start its a paper thin room within a hallway upstairs. No working toilets and filthy showers. There is only 1 exit and you have ZERO privacy. Can't forget to mention that part of the floor is sinking in and unsafe. Don't walk past the...More
Scary neighbourhood and poor management. Photos make the place look decent, but OMG, the reality is something else. Uneven floors, warehouse style. Hallways freaked me out. Rooms grubby and pretty dates. Wish I could say something nice but it is difficult.
US$86 - US$128 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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