My husband and I stayed in this motel for three nights in November 2012 when we hiked a few sections of the Bruce Trail in Halton Hills. While this property is not a luxury motel, it was very nice for the money we spent. Unfortunately, there are not a lot of options for reasonably-priced accommodations in this area. I called the motel directly and got a AAA rate for a Queen bed that was equal to the lowest Internet rate I could find.
he room was clean but small, and the bed was exceptionally comfortable. The bed linens appeared to be new, as was the carpeting. Although the TV was a bit dated, it worked just fine. There was no refrigerator, and no microwave. Also, there were no chairs at the table, and only one large armchair in the room, which was a bit awkward for two of us when watching TV. Water pressure in the bathroom was excellent, and the water VERY hot. All staff members we encountered were helpful, polite, and pleasant. Shortly after our arrival, the man at the front desk called to see if everything was okay with the room.
The continental breakfast, which starts at 6:00 AM, was better than average. Breakfast choices included: bagels, toast, cream cheese, jam, peanut butter, instant oatmeal, hard-boiled eggs, yogurt, apples, oranges, prunes, various muffins, scones, Danish, mini-croissants, cinnamon pastries, three types of cold cereal, coffee, tea, orange juice, apple juice, and milk. There were also make-your-own waffles—take some of the ready-made waffle mix from the dispenser, pour it into the heated waffle iron, flip the waffle iron over, and the timer starts. Three minutes later, you have fresh waffles! Toronto newspapers are available at breakfast.
The motel is located at the beginning of a busy retail strip, but the room was quiet. There is a tremendous choice of restaurants and shopping close by. The Bruce Trail and several conservation areas are a short drive away. Try to find your way to the Forks of the Credit River Road…the scenery is awesome. When you get there, head for the Devil’s Pulpit, at The Forks of the Credit Provincial Park, which is located on Dominion Road and Forks of the Credit Road. Follow the trail into a secluded world of trees, boulders, and moss. If you can manage the steep incline, you won’t be disappointed.
A word of warning about the motel rooms: our room on the second floor had an odd feature. When we entered the room, there was a platform or landing that was level with the door, and then we had to take a step down to get onto the floor. This could be a safety hazard for people who aren’t paying attention or who aren’t expecting this drop. I’ve been in many, many motels/hotels, and have never seen this before!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This newly renovated Georgetown, Ontario hotel offers convenient access to the Mohawk Raceway, the Mold Masters Sports Complex and a variety of corporate locations. Whether traveling on business or pleasure, the Best Western Inn on the Hill is sure to provide superior accommodations to ensure a relaxing stay. Situated on Ontario's Credit River, this newly-renovated Georgetown hotel offers 64 well-appointed guest rooms and suites, each equipped with cable satellite television and high-speed Internet access. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Best Western Georgetown
- Georgetown Best Western
- Best Western Halton Hills Georgetown, Ontario