Hampton Inn & Suites Toronto Airport
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
Photos of Hampton Inn & Suites Toronto Airport
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Hampton Inn & Suites Toronto Airport Mississauga
Travel Blogs from Mississauga
... times around the world, enough medications for whatever I may come down with in China, and enough books to build a small library with on the plane.
Trying to fill up two big suitcases with stuff is easier than you think when you figure that we have to bring ALL the resources we will need to teach for a month with us.
Kristie (my partner in crime for this trip) and I have spent the ...
... for the hiatus from the hotel so early in this morning.
OMG as for the tour group - there is 42 people all couples except for moi and the doppelganger of Homer Simpson! Vast majority of the group are Yanks, then about 10 Aussies and 4 Kiwis. They are mostly of advanced years with a conservative approach. Thankfully I took the lift up with Eric and May from Mackay. In their 60s, Eric is a ****** and obviously has a bit of ...
Wednesday, December 4th: Like yesterday, I started my day walking down to the Waterfront, and having my $3 bacon and egg breakfast! From there it was back to the Aquarium for the bus tour. Today I took the red tour, which keeps us in the Cape Town City Bowl. It's a shorter tour, with many stops. I hopped off at stop #4 which was right downtown Cape Town. I had missed this part of town on my 2011 visit, so I made sure that I hit it up this time. There is ...
... as long as I promised to give her part of the treasure which I saw in my dream. She believed the dream was real and insisted that I go ahead to the pyramids where the treasure was in my dream. I left with mixed thoughts about whether to go for the treasure or ...
Ok, so this time I decided to be brave; the CN Tower is very high but millions of people have been up there, so there's nothing to worry about. Wrong. The lift, sorry - elevator - has glass panels in the floor. The ground (and safety) falls away in seconds, then keeps on falling away for quite a while. With very wobbly legs, we step on to the observatory floor, then immediately head for the 'Skypod' another 33 storeys higher. I didn't cry, at least. It is damn scary. ...