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Very poor service. Not cleaned. I do not expect it from Canada. I was reported for front desk but I did not get feedback.More
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Response from Hotel M, General Manager at Days Inn - Toronto East LakeviewResponded 6 days ago
Thanks for your comments and your feedback is very important for us. I would like to suggest, you should bring this matter to duty manager so he can satisfy you while you were in the Hotel. We take our guest comments very seriously...More
Spent 2 nights in this hotel and have no issues with room was clean and well maintained
Only issue we had what with what they called a hot breakfast hard boiled eggs and sausages and a make your own waffle does not consist of of...More
US$ 77 - US$ 118 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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