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While the price was good and location ideal for our brief visit, this hotel is in dire need of repair. They seem to be working on the lobby area, but the rooms are extremely in dire need of repair, paint, carpet, furniture, etc. Glad that...More
1 Thank Vicki L
Response from Nancy C, General Manager at Howard Johnson Hotel Toronto YorkvilleResponded 7 April 2016
Thank you for your feedback. A refresh is currently underway and as you mentioned, we painted the main lobby, replaced all carpeting in guestroom and corridors. New linen is on the way. Come visit us again once we are new and improved here at the...More
This hotel is highly recommendable. Even if the facilities are not luxurious, rooms are very spacious, clean and well decorated. Bathrooms are well garnished. Breakfast is nothing fancy, yet abundant and of good quality. The neighbourhood in which it's located is super nice and near...More
1 Thank ignacioecf
Response from Nancy C, General Manager at Howard Johnson Hotel Toronto YorkvilleResponded 29 March 2016
Thank you very much for your review. So pleased to hear you enjoyed your stay at the Howard Johnson Yorkville. We agree....great value for the area. We are currently undergoing some renovations, new carpet in all the rooms, new linen is on order and a...More
It is an older hotel......the continental breakfast is basic.....but the location makes up for these limitations......four blocks to the Royal Ontario Museum.......great restaurants nearby.........friendly staff.....and limited (and affordable) onsite parking.......so all in all worth staying at for solid downtown accommodations.
This is definitely not a boutique hotel nor anything fancy, but for the price and location, including wifi and an adequate simple breakfast you can't match it. We have stayed before and staff is friendly, we have found rooms large (we had the business suite)...More
1 Thank Falccros
Response from Nancy C, General Manager at Howard Johnson Hotel Toronto YorkvilleResponded 21 March 2016
Thank you for your feeback. Glad to hear you enjoyed the hotel, location and price. It is what we are all about. We are excited to advise that we are presently undergoing a renovation which includes, new carpeting in all guestrooms, corridors, new bedding, refreshing...More
US$ 96 - US$ 231 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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