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Old home in residential area. Great location, 1 block from bike path going all the way to lakeshore. Few mins.walk to subway station. 1km from on-ramp to highway. Can easily walk to many places. Somewhat noisy from other guests but that is not the fault...More
Safe and friendly place.
Not very modern, but ok.
The room was clean, although it has not been cleaned during out stay. (Maybe would have been done on request - I have not tried).
Wifi sometimes has issues.
Bed was ok, however I would have...More
Room, bathroom, sheets and towels were clean. Some reviewers noted noise and mattress comfort. These were minor things in my view. It's not a five-star hotel. I got what I paid for. No surprises. No bugs. Quiet neighbourhood. No street parking at night. A few...More
Our room was pretty basic and the beds uncomfortably hard as were the chairs. If you want a good location and not going to spend a lot of time in the room, this works well. We were able to spend two nights in Toronto instead...More
This a disgusting little place the curtains were ripped. It was in desparate need of a paint job there were watermarks on the walls. Only 1 blanket and pillow each. The bathroom required a 8 inch step up the shower was poorly done, the faucet...More
$67 - $88 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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