Holiday Inn Oakville @ Bronte
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Oakville @ Bronte
If anyone is looking for a clean, nicely decorated hotel with a fabulously friendly resort, I would HIGHLY recommend the Holiday Inn Oakville @ Bronte. From the receptionists to the restaurant staff to the housekeeping staff, everyone is friendly to our family. We have had no complaints, and we should know as we have stayed here for three weeks! A wonderful stay.
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