BEST WESTERN PLUS Toronto Airport Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN PLUS Toronto Airport Hotel Mississauga
Stayed in a first floor smoking room - 109
Lobby: 9/10 - REALLY cool!
Front Desk 9/10 - Very polite and helpful people.
Gym 6.5/10 - VERRRY basic
Pool ? - didn't have a chance to scope it out
Room overall - 6/10
Bathroom 4/10, Gross bath tub and shower curtain. Tub took forever to drain, and yellow stains all over the ceiling ..
Smell 1/10 smells like cigarettes in the room as well as in the halls.. although we are in the smoking section ( thanks mom and dad)
Wifi - Very good, Although they blocked Trip Advisor so i guess ill have to copy and paste this review later on ...
Perks of the room: Nice TV, mini fridge and furniture.
It also had an Ipod dock which would of been awesome .. last year when i still had an Iphone 4.
Front desk was very nice and helpful! i liked them.
The quality of this room when it comes to the room being clean it was very motel-like, since the bathroom was gross... the room smelled..and i found a hair clip full of hair under my bed. i've stayed in Hostels better/more clean than this room.
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