BEST WESTERN PLUS Toronto Airport Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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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With a flight out just after 0800, an otherwise early departure from home and possible traffic/weather issues, I decided to stay close to the airport. One of these drives up for this hotel I will remember there is no 401 exit for Dixie Road [but not this trip].
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... car for what it was, a magic carpet, a covered wagon, a star ship, a reservoir of 'adventure'.
And so here we are, owners of a 40 foot motor home and ready to head out on the highways and bi-ways to terrify other drivers, clog the freeways, and rumble down the roadways of the rest of our lives. The famous Betty Davis ( for those old enough to remember) once said the line "It's going to be a bumpy ride!" but the truth is that in a 40 foot motor home, it's not.
But hang on ...
... Nations and a breath-taking photographical
On Tuesday, we decided to ascend the CN tower for a spot of
lunch, with wonderful food and panoramic views across Toronto, which changed as
the restaurant rotated. It was the finest lunch I’d had in years. After a
beautiful Chinese later that evening, where our waiter bore my lack of
chopstick skills with fortitude, I bid adieu to the parents.
Next up was the AGO ...
I am so thankful that I am able to write that Richard and I are home safe and sound. With the dire warnings yesterday of an historic blizzard on the east coast I was worried that might affect our plans to get home. However Air Canada Rouge got us home without a hitch I am pleased to be able to say. And, although it was a tad cool for this Florida body (since October 24, 2014), it was sunny and there was not enough snow ...
... an apology, something I wasn't aware of.
Despite the rain it was an enjoyable event for the parade and ethnic character.
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