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Albert Street Inn
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Reviewed July 11, 2012

Run down, dirty carpets, rooms reeked of paint. STAY AWAY!!!

  • Stayed: July 2012
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1  Thank Wxuz11234
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Reviewed January 1, 2012

We were staying in Stratford for the weekend, so we checked in on Saturday and the desk clerk tells us that she's leaving at 6 PM, and that there will be no staff at the hotel for the rest of the weekend (it was New Year's Eve). We were given the front door keys to the hotel, and were told that there was no rush checking out the next day, just leave the keys at the desk when you leave. We were the only guests in the entire hotel that night. Talk about small-town trust - we had an entire hotel to ourselves, with no staff, guests or security.
The hotel itself is just good enough to do the job - great location, filled with Stratford Festival memorabilia on the walls, the price is right - but still a bit of general dustiness and disrepair (our TV was straight out of the late-80s) to remind you that this hotel is a relic from a bygone era when it must have been quite the luxury destination. We wandered around the halls a bit (hey, it was our own hotel for the night) and couldn't help but get a general sense of creepiness from the winding, dim corridors and creaky floorboards, like this was a horror movie waiting to happen. Our taxi driver later matter-of-factly told us that the hotel was haunted by several ghosts, one of whom was a young girl, and one of whom was a bride who died on her wedding day (in room 301, if you were wondering.) I'm not a big believer in ghost stories or anything, but it was enough to creep us out.
Overall if you're looking for quirky charm and character this is your place in Stratford, but if you want perks (like, say, an elevator, or clean carpets) I'd splurge on the Festival Inn.

  • Stayed: December 2011, traveled with friends
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13  Thank Matthew E
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Reviewed December 29, 2011

Just got back from a business trip to the Stratford area.I stayed at the Albert St Inn.This small hotel could have possibilities, and be a sweet little place to stay, but the owners have let it fall into a disgusting state.The carpets are filthy.They close the front desk at 7 Pm,which is weird,since no one is there in care of a problem.The room heating stinks.Anyways if the owner put a few dollars into the place it would be so nice.If I owned it, or managed it, it would be the toast of the town!!!!

Room Tip: Stay way from the front rooms facing the street
  • Stayed: December 2011, traveled on business
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1  Thank Earl Issac K
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Reviewed September 26, 2011

This, I imagine, was once a lovely building in it's prime. Unfortunately, it is very run down. The carpets are stained, the hallways are dark and dingy. There is no elevator, but it Stratford's boutique hotels that is to be expected so for us, not a deterrent, but others may struggle. The room was very small, at some point our window had been egged (long ago, I suspect) but never cleaned up, stains on the carpet and duvet, and the bathroom is the smallest I've ever seen. I mean you can sit on the toilet and brush your teeth in the sink without leaning forward while soaking your feet in the tub. There is a wee little coffee maker in the room, but no fridge. If you want ice you have to get it from the restaurant downstairs. There is no staff on site overnight, they begin work at 8am; we were at the front desk at 8am to check out. Do yourself a favour and stay at Mercer Hall instead.

Room Tip: Go to a different hotel.
  • Stayed: September 2011, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Picky74
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Reviewed September 12, 2011

I was really worried after reading the horrible reviews of this place but it really wasn't bad at all -- especially if you consider the location and price. The location is perfect. The hotel itself is old and charming. The rooms were clean and had all the essentials. Our room (a mini suite) had very tall ceilings, huge windows and lots of light. The room was very clean and comfortable and the service was excellent.

However there are no elevators so be prepared to walk up some stairs. No flat screen TVs or IPod docs or pillow menu but plenty of quirky atmosphere. We totally enjoyed our stay and will return.

Room Tip: If you can't walk up some stairs, stay somewhere else.
  • Stayed: August 2011, traveled with family
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1  Thank 1234Hel
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