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Dirty, terrible service, no wifi available, 1 elevator to 200 apartments. Everything is old and ugly. There's a security guard (woman) that ask for a key everyday, look like a crazy person. So - RUN AWAY- avoid !!!!
Customer service extremely poor. The two bathrooms we shared with three other units were disgusting when we stayed the first night. When I brought this up with the front desk staff, they said there was no housecleaning on duty but that they would have housecleaning...More
I stayed in this hotel for a period of 4 nights in late May/early June 2017. I was very impressed by the superior quality of this Hotel. I was in a private room. My room was very quiet and the bed was very comfortable. The...More
I stayed in Toronto for 3 days in the summer. On arrival, the staff were very welcoming and helpful. I had my own room and a shared bathroom. Granted it wasn't the best quality, wasn't the cleanest place I've ever stayed in and lack of...More
You can tell the staff are nice & polite very friendly to deal with. there maybe a shortage in staff at Neill Wycik? They need a total overall of a paint & detail cleaning job. carpets need to be thrown out. there grimmy. The room...More
US$48 - US$69 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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