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I was very disappointed in my recent trip to this hotel. My friends and I stay at this hotel every year for our annual trip to Toronto as it is close to the bar we frequent. This time I had booked the room a few...More
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Fair enough, it's a cheap hotel with a relatively short tram trip downtown. Although, it is dirty, small, and reeks of cigarette smoke. Me and a buddy stayed here and could hardly get around one another trying to walk in the room. Not super friendly...More
$88 - $152 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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