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I am not usually one to bother making a complaint I am pretty easy to please - HOWEVER - I stayed at this hole during Osheaga 2013 weekend and I was pretty appalled. The building literally shakes, the balcony on the front of the place...More
On the plus side - cheap, clean, convenient, short walk from everything interesting.
On the downside - not very modern, and street parking (when they had advertised free parking) isn't as convenient. (Though if you find the parking, you can stay there after you check...More
We recently stayed at this hotel on two separate occasions to attend concerts at the Bell Centre. The hotel was close to the metro which made it easy to get to the concerts. The staff were friendly on the most part. The room is not...More
Ive travelled a fair amount and this has to be one of the worst. You open the door to your room to find a wall with scratched graffiti. Then the carpet had an iron burn, bed sheets had holes in them...need I go on?
This dirty, stinking place has only 1 star because there was a roof and floor: the floor was so warped it was similar to a cruise ship in motion. The two pillows were small & lumpy. The a/c had a filter clogged with hair, dust...More
US$58 - US$213 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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