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Stayed here for two nights while at a local convention.
The location was nice, safe and clean. The beds were amazing, best part of the whole stay! They were comfortable and I couldn't feel it when my partner moved around.
They advertise a 'Hot Breakfast'...More
Response from Hotel M, Manager at Days Inn - Toronto East LakeviewResponded 20 January 2016
Thank you for taking the time to write us a review regarding your recent stay. Please accept our sincere apologies for falling short of your expectations on some aspects of your stay. Kindly be assured that we treat this matter seriously .we understand that your...More
This my second visit in this location.Again,i find this location quite and comfortable and also close to beautfil garden where i go daily for walk.My tv was not working, i called front desk about tv but Manager came and fix it right away.I would definitely...More
Stayed 2 nights at Christmas as was close to family and found room clean, beds comfortable and staff courteous. Probably the best value for the area. Would book again. Nothing else needed to say. Tried to submit but you want more. That's all from me.
US$75 - US$109 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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