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You book to stay in a college residence to save money so you lower your expectations and accept the "institutionalised" facilities. Still, Neill Wycik was advertised as allowing access to a kitchen and that made it attractive because I want to save on food. Alas,...More
I lived at Wycik for 13 years (it is a student co-op that rents out rooms in the summer months when some students go home) and worked there in the hotel as well during the summer. The summer hotel is actually a hostel and is...More
Don't stay here, it is beyond disgusting! I rented a room for four months during my internship and if I had seen the place before I would never have chosen it! The room was so dirty when I arrived, like no one had cleaned it...More
Really nice place to stay when in Toronto, very clean and friendly staff, also the fact that its student halls the rest of the year allows you to have your essentialy private kitchen. The rooftop terrece is amazing, and the view is incredible! The only...More
- Bed linen were dirty and there were stains on the pillow.
- Bathrooms were limit cleaned.
- It's poorly furnished and the quality of the bed changes between each bed.
- WIFI only available in one room: "the TV room". The stream was pretty...More
US$48 - US$69 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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