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Sometimes you have to put your arm in the air and just say that when trying to save some money you really did a mistake.
I think that this "thing" is a dorm for students throughout the years (good luck to the students) and during...More
I was in Ontario for a family visit and headed back to Toronto for a day (August 9th) before flying home. It was a busy weekend in Toronto and finding a hotel room for less than US$200 proved a real challenge because of several weekend...More
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
US$97 - US$131 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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