Canadas Best Value Inn Toronto
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCanadas Best Value Inn Toronto
Rooms have been renovated and look great inside. Not a pretty motel from outside but don't be put off. Staff friendly and very helpful. They have a coin laundry - great for travellers. Nice comfortable pillows - soft and plump. Nice to have fridge (no freezer) and microwave. The Pickle Barrel nearby (walking distance) is great place to have dinner. Breakfast is very limited. Toast and 2 spreads, 2 cereals - bran flakes and a sweet one, coffee, tea and juice. No where to sit - it is literally grab and go.
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