Quality Hotel & Executive Suites

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

754 Bronte Rd., Oakville, Ontario, L6J 4Z3, Canada
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
48%
45
Very Good
30%
28
Average
13%
13
Poor
1%
1
Terrible
6%
6

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  • Families79
  • Couples93
  • Solo77
  • Business79

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Union Station - Left Baggage

by keith170

I am travelling from the UK and want to leave some baggage at Union Station for 7 days. Is this possible and how much will it cost?
Thanks

Re: Union Station - Left Baggage

by johngayton

If I remember correctly there is a left-luggage room at Union, as well as lockers. I haven't used it but based on using the facilities in Montreal expect to pay $3-4 CDN per item, per day.

Re: Union Station - Left Baggage

by Faiza-Ifrah

Unfortunately Union Station took away all their public storage lockers on 9/11 due security concerns.

you can have luggage left if you have a VIA rail ticket. although this may not be applicable to you i am going to go ahead with how it works anyways.

you can go to the baggage counter in the departures lounge of VIA rail section and ask the counter clerk to store your bags there. but do let him / her know of 7 days thing.

The attendant will give you a ticket to get them back later. This service costs $3 per bag but if the attendant does not ask, don't insist :-)

Re: Union Station - Left Baggage

by mim95

also see if your hotel would let you leave your luggage at their luggage room.

Travel Tips for Toronto

Harborfront, Toronto

by plikt

I immediatly found that the Harborfront is the most pleasant area to walk around (when the wind is not too strong... one thing about Toronto, windchill = temporary brain damage if outside; you will quickly learn not to stay outside!) April 14, 2006 - a colleague from work is showing me around

I love that there are so many...

by Mulattomama

I love that there are so many different types of people in Toronto. We have areas of the city in which you can find these different cultures as well as festivals that celebrate their differences. When visiting T.O., you should make an effort to get involved with the cosmopolitan mix. There are too many to list......
The islands, Harbourfront, CN Tower, High Park, Centreville theme park, drives throughout Ontario to see the leaves turning in the fall, skating at City Hall in the winter months, etc. etc.

Showing them Canadians how it's done!! ;)

by Deus_ultima

On the same business trip, we decided to go to a strip-club.

The Cap of Pfeiffer held a chinese sign meaning "cat", which are meant to be lucky. And we were lucky enough that one of the bouncers was chineses and liked the cap... the other bouncer was a Quebecer!
:D

So..

We got to be seated right by the stage!!
:D

So after run-of-the-mill entertainement (some girl took my glasses off my face and did....anyways..NEXT!!), they announced a CONTEST!!!

:O

I LOVE contests!!! :D

The contests basically was the person who screamed louder than anyone else while a girl was dancing to "Uninvited" from Alanis.

I screamed my way though this everlasting song like a goth or some Norse god of the past! I wanted to win!!

Halfway though, the MC said "Well.. keep it up, seems your winning (I was the only one still screaming (encouraged by my collegues!)

Because they didn't want me to win so easilly (wimpy missaugers, can't keep it up.) ;)

They decided to make another contest!!

They called for 2 people to go on stage (because of my posiion and the push of my collegues, i flew on stage in a second!) and it was the first to do 5 positions for intercourse!

I was doing the Kama-Sutra and the poor bloke hadden't figured out what intercourse was yet!!

I was killing him! The Stripper back-away when she saw something that she tought was my XX large **** (it really was only my wallet flapping back and forth due to the hip movement) and the MC was saying :

" Oh my God! This guy's ancestors were surely cavemen!!"

After all that little effort (for me..) I won a beautifull red cap...whcih for some reason seemss to have the hammer and sicle on it...

Oh well.. It was fun!!

:)

Also visit the second market,...

by james_sinton

Also visit the second market, the KENSINGTON MARKET, located around Kensington/Augusta and Nassau Streets, west of Spadina, north of Dundas, is populated by vintage clothes stores in old Victorian homes and meat, fish and produce vendors in stores lining the streets. Once again, a fabulous mix of people, with the young and rebelious sharing the sidewalks with the immigrants that have populated this area for a century. Take the 510 SPADINA streetcar from Spadina or Union subway stations to Dundas street and walk one block west to Kensington, then turn north.

Ice Wine

by rsilva

In Germany, in 1794, it was discovered that if grapes were picked when the temperature was about -13 degrees (Celsius) and then squeezed, they would produce a very concentrated juice that is very flavoured but contains almost no water.
After the fermentation process, you get what is called "ice wine".

Apparently, and according to the LCBO expert, only Germany and Canada produce it.

It is a sweet dessert wine that seems to please most.

If you want a typical Canadian beverage, this is a good option and makes for a nice gift.

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 Quality Hotel & Executive Suites

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Address: 754 Bronte Rd., Oakville, Ontario, L6J 4Z3, Canada