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This hotel is extremely worn out and looks like it needed to be redone 10 yrs ago. I actually felt gross walking in the hallways. I don't ever remember seeing dirtier carpets. Ceilings ,at least on my floor was blk in spots. God help you...More
Response from IHGService, Guest Relations Manager at Holiday Inn Toronto Bloor YorkvilleResponded 7 September 2017
Thank you for your recent stay with us and reviewing our property. I am very sorry for the experience you had with the room you received and the condition of facilities. It is with deep regret that we did not live up to...More
I attended a concert in Toronto with a group, and we stayed at this hotel in Yorkville. Staff at this hotel in all areas were very pleasant and accomodating. The hotel itself is well located near the ROM (Royal Ontario Museum) and the Bata Shoe...More
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Response from IHGService, Guest Relations Manager at Holiday Inn Toronto Bloor YorkvilleResponded 6 September 2017
Thank you for staying with us and sharing us your experience during your stay. I am glad to see that you found our location to be convenient for the from the museum. I'm also happy to see that you have rated 5/5 for...More
I stayed one night at this hotel and had no issues. The bed was very comfy and the room was the perfect size for two of us. There is a subway station within walking distance that we could take anywhere. Overall, I would stay here...More
This hotel suited all our needs in a short trip to Toronto. Close to a subway so we could get around quickly and very close to the Royal Ontario Museum (which is awesome).
Staff was friendly and the rooms very good.
The breakfast is one...More
Location is good. Rooms are regular size not bad. The hotel is old and carpets are really dirty. The drain of the toilet usually got stuck maybe because the hotel really needs a refresh urgently. We were three families hosted here and all toilets were...More
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Response from IHGService, Guest Relations Manager at Holiday Inn Toronto Bloor YorkvilleResponded 5 September 2017
Thank you for writing a review about your recent stay with us. It’s nice to know that our location suited your travel well and that you regarded the size of rooms to be good. On the other hand, I'm sorry to see that...More
US$ 141 - US$ 275 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#48 Business Hotel in Toronto
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