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i stayed in room 3907 on the 39th floor. There was a constant very loud howl or whistling noise coming from the gap under my door which I think had something to do with the ventilation. If I opened the door, the noise disappeared. The...More
Great service on the ground floor but service not good at Cloud 9. Rooms are very spacious with great views on three sides of the building. We had a room on 39th floor facing the harbour and WOW is all I can say.
We stayed at this gem of a hotel for the Grey Cup weekend celebrations, and as usual, the staff were very accommodating, and the hotel was very clean, literally spotless at all times, with a cleaning crew so very nice and easy to get along...More
Took a short trip to Canada.
Book this hotel on the day of trip through Expedia, very good price so bit worried until getting there.
Hotel itself was old but room had a great view of city and harbor(?).
Hotel is tall so could easily...More
Clean hotel. Great views from our room. Wonderful revolving restaurant on top with fabulous views of the city by day and night. Close to transport. Staff were extra helpful. Price was good. Would stay again.
$176 - $328 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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