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We're coming almost every year to stay in Toronto but this was our first time in Delta Toronto East & it deserve a review & we will come again as we were treated nicely, the room was comfort & it's accessible to the main objects...More
The hotel is a little older in terms of its decor. I stayed there a few weeks on biz trips. It was basically ok.
On the plus side, the fitness room is fairly well equipped & the pool is great. The restaurant food is ok...More
We have stayed here the past 4 or 5 visits to Toronto. We like the buffet breakfast with chef cooked omelets and the rooms offee sufficient space for our family with 2 kids and a baby. The pool is open to a huge atrium with...More
Stayed at this hotel several times. Very impressed with the rates that I received. Rooms are large and nicely decorated. Enjoyed interacting with the staff. Always take advantage of room service but lately I have been going to the bar for dinner (awesome). However, this...More
The hotel is really nice the rooms are comfortable and spacious. They have a restaurant that serves breakfast during the morning (for a charge) and during the day work as a regular restaurant. The hotel have a pool, the view from rooms is a regular...More
US$113 - US$202 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#21 Spa Hotel in Toronto
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