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  • Reviews: 7
We stayed in the York Hotel. ...

We stayed in the York Hotel. A very old and distinguished hotel. If you like old you'll love this place. Also the pool is beautiful.
Sorry I can't give you an exact figure but check them out. It's right downtown (near most things) and you never know, they might have a special.

Views can be nice. Depends on which side your room faces. Luxury. It has a workout room and pool with a lovely mural and you can get massages.

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Written September 7, 2002

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Executive Motor Hotel: Executive Motor Hotel

$80-90 (canadian)

This no thrills place is the only Motel you can find in downtown Toronto. It's basic but clean, has free parking and is just a couple of block away from the main theatres and the Skydome

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Written August 26, 2002

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  • LeighAnne profile photo LeighAnne
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Although I do stay in a hotel...

Although I do stay in a hotel when there for work... I do not stay in one when visiting friends.

The hotel I usually stay in is Located on highway 10 in Mississauga - Holiday Inn on Britannia Road.
Approximately $120.00 canadian per night.

Its not too far from the subway... located by the Gardner Express way and is close to many restaurants and Square One shopping mall. If you were to cab it down to St. Clair and Yonge to catch a subway it would cost approximately 35.00. Check with the hotel they usually have someone going downtown. There is a pool, workout facilities, laundry, iron, blow dryer, in house restaurant with free buffet breakfast every morning. The fee to stay one night is approx. 120.00

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written August 26, 2002

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  • Chrystyna profile photo Chrystyna
  • Reviews: 33

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For AFFORDABLE student...

For AFFORDABLE student accomodations, check out Neill-Wycik apartment hotel during the summer months. You'll get great deals for under $40.00 CDN for a single. Remember we're talking basic ammenaties here, and you do share a bathroom, however, there is an in-room phone, breakfast café, and the location is in the heart of downtown.
Single $37.95 CDN $27.11 USD
Twin $54.46 CDN $38.90 USD
Double $54.46 CDN $38.90 USD
Triple $75.89 CDN $54.21 USD
Family** $62.50 CDN $44.64 USD

CDN - Canadian Dollars USD - US Dollars

The location and price is the greatest thing about this place. If you're a young traveler, it's also a great place to meet people. People from around the world come here during the summer backpacking.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Written August 26, 2002
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  • Chrystyna profile photo Chrystyna
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Fairmount Royal York...

Fairmount Royal York Hotel
Formerly Canadian Pacific Royal York Hotel
$175 CDN and upwards

This is definitely a regal place to stay. The Royal suite is often reserved for well... Royalty. This hotel is not your biggest bang for the buck location, however, if you're looking for atmosphere, situation, and style, this place is a good bet. Situated at Union Station, this hotel is great for exploring Toronto's harbourfront, club district, shopping areas, and so much more. You're certainly in the middle of it all. You can walk to the hockey hall of fame, to the theatre district, the basement is connected to our infamous PATH underground system.

Having eaten at their restaurant as well, I can assure you that the food is excellent. The bar had a great duck and brie quesadilla, while the breakfast buffet was complete and very filling.

The service is impeccable, and if one is familiar with the Fairmount Brand, then you'll know that this place is top class.

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  • Written August 26, 2002
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Host Family: Host Family



staying at ahost family gives you a great opportunity to see a Canadian family's everyday life and generally to have a good acommodation with an easy access to kitchen etc. Host families are also quite often situated near the center of town or near subway station and bus stops.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Written August 26, 2002

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Global Village or YHA(Church)...

Global Village or YHA(Church) are both solid hostels and fairly cheap. However you could be sharing a room with 6-8 other people at the price of $20-$30/night.
$20-30/night

Cheap. Downtown location. 24 hours.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Written August 26, 2002

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  • voxel999 profile photo voxel999
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University of Toronto St....

University of Toronto St. George campus has some rooms for rent for the entire summer or for a month. There are plenty of rooms available, but they typically get snatched up by students rather quickly.
$350-800/month

Cheap. You feel like student again living in a dorm.

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Written August 26, 2002

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Journey's End Hotel: Journey's End Hotel



as said it was my first time overseas... I had landed in Montreal as the reason of this trip was an international computer music conference my fellow traveller had to attend, and as I reached Toronto by bus in the night, I didn't find any better way to book an hotel there that at the hotel desk of Montreal airport and they found it for me but... to give my judgement on it, I just say that I chose the same hotel chain in Montreal...

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  • Written August 25, 2002
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  • KirstenL4W profile photo KirstenL4W
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Global Village Backpackers...

Global Village Backpackers Hostel
I think I paid $21 CDN per night for a bed in a dorm room, which sleeps 6. There are also 4 bed and semi-private rooms available, at a higher cost of course.

They have a self serve kitchen and their own bar/nightclub. For those who like to get to sleep early and in a quiet area, this isnt the place, since the music can be heard in the rooms 7 nights a week. For those who dont mind a little noise, come on down! There are lots of great people to meet, I got on well with all my roomates, and the staff is very helpful. Also, the brightly painted building can be easily spotted from the top of the CN Tower.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Written August 25, 2002
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  • Iam_CDN profile photo Iam_CDN
  • Reviews: 18

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The Royal York Hotel.
Due to...

The Royal York Hotel.
Due to my Work I got this hotel at a steal of a price, if I hadn't I would have never stayed there.
avg.$189.00, CDN per night, for a standard room.

One of Canada's oldest hotels, built during the early 1900's. By the Grand Trunk Railroad, these hotels are now few and far between. Others in Canada are The Chateau Laurier in Ottawa, and Queen Elizabeth in Montreal. All have or had rail stations conecting to the hotels.

  • Opinion of Price: most expensive
  • Written August 25, 2002
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  • Belgian_Guy profile photo Belgian_Guy
  • Reviews: 32

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I staid at the Youth Hostel,...

I staid at the Youth Hostel, maybe not the best comfort but a very nice place to meet other people! The kitchen is shared by all guests and the place to exchange travel experience! Also there is a nice travelling library!

Perfect for the budget traveller!

  • Opinion of Price: less expensive than average
  • Written August 25, 2002
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  • Davidp1952 profile photo Davidp1952
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Wasn't sure whether to put...

Wasn't sure whether to put this under Accomodations or Warnings and Dangers. We stayed at the Town Inn Suites. STAY AWAY!!! We reserved our room through Expedia and requested a queen bed and a sofa sleeper. What we got were two twin beds (bolted to the wall so they could not even be moved together) and a sleeper sofa in a room where the curtains could not be closed. The room had a balcony on the level of the pool roof. Watch out! Falling beer bottles, cigarettes, and who knows what else could hit you if you leaned over the railing. People walked on the pool roof, giving a nice view into the room with no curtains....

There were large, sticky stains on the carpet, two lights didn't work, the shower required the strength of two people to turn on, the air conditioner didn't work...

The front desk said the hotel was full and they couldn't give us a new room. How do they fill this place up??? Don't believe the pictures you see on Expedia...they look like they were taken 20 years ago.

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  • Written August 25, 2002

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  • chrissyalex profile photo chrissyalex
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My last trip to Toronto, I...

My last trip to Toronto, I stayed at the Toronto Colony near the City Hall. it is not far from China Town and there was a great view of the CN tower from my window. There was free parking for people staying there which is good because some hotels do not offer that.

I thought it was pretty cool that the Breakfast Buffet had some Asian dishes included.

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  • Written August 25, 2002

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The Guild Inn: The Guild Inn



I stayed at this hotel with my parents as a teenager. What I remember liking about it so much was that around the hotel was a really lovely and unique park with all kinds of columns and pieces of architecture take from old buildings such as churches and banks in the Toronto area that had been demolished.

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  • Written August 25, 2002

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