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|"Free parking was a awesome bonus!"||(in 12 reviews)|
|"Clean room, friendly staff."||(in 62 reviews)|
|"Newly renovated shower was great"||(in 13 reviews)|
|"Carpets dirty and stained."||(in 3 reviews)|
|"Too many cockroaches in the room!"||(in 53 reviews)|
|"No room service at all."||(in 7 reviews)|
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This is a grubby hotel
The swimming pool temperature, room décor, showers.
My stay was June 24-25, 2018. a. Glacial and dirty elevators. b. The hotel was like a refugee camp with many people there who were clearly not guests - they seemed to be refugees staying there on the government's dime. c. One morning there was no hot water - this was a temporary problem. d. Corridors were lit by ugly bluish daylight colour light bulbs. e. Stairwells were grubby. f. The pool anteroom had the atmosphere of a prison hospital and had multiple burned-out lights. The pool had peeling paint and rotting wood, with visible plywood used for repairs. g. Pool cleanliness. One night there were dirty towels strewn about the pool and mud on the pool deck that someone had tracked in. The next morning there were no clean towels and there was still mud on the pool deck. I asked for clean towels and an employee brought some but he ignored a large pile of dirty towels! h. The pool washrooms were dirty and had multiple burned-out light bulbs. i. One all was damaged in my room, like something large had been thrown against it. j. Safety - there were two loose and projecting outlets in the room. In summary, this is one of the worst hotels that I have encountered and was far overpriced at USD$130. Avoid it at all costs.
no newspaper available for guests either delivered or in lobby.
the logation. it was to far from the subway
Comfortable beds, quiet rooms, pleasant staff, good pool facilities
We were charged a $20 fee for parking over our four day stay. We were sightseeing every day so the car was only in the lot overnight. It was not noted when we booked that parking was extra. I have stayed at the Holiday Inn Yorkdale in Toronto and they do not charge for parking. I think this should be included in room rates, especially if you're using their restaurant as well during your stay.
The hotel staff - each and every one - were pleasant, effecient and very helpful!
Situated a short walk from Don Mills, Edward Hotel North York provides guests with a convenient base while visiting Toronto. Some of the facilities provided at this sophisticated 3-star hotel include free Wi-Fi and an indoor pool.
Edward Hotel North York has recently been refurbished and offers a 24-hour reception, luggage storage and an express check-in and check-out feature. It is dog-friendly and provides free private parking on site for guests travelling with a car.
This hotel features rooms with an en suite bathroom, air conditioning and a TV. They all provide an alarm clock, a desk and a coffee maker.
Edward Hotel North York has an on-site restaurant, convenient for guests who wish to dine in. Each evening, guests are invited to relax in the lounge bar.
For those guests who enjoy discovering local dining options, there is a wide variety right on the doorstep. Yorkville, CN Tower and Toronto-Dominion Centre are around a 20-minute drive away.
Policies vary by room type and provider.
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