Holiday Inn Toronto Airport East
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Historical Traveler Reviews Holiday Inn Toronto Airport East
Very Nice Hotel!
Hotel Exterior not very appealing, but wait until you come inside. This hotel has a very nice well spread out set-up for me since I enjoy walking. On a cold day it was nice to be able to enjoy time in my room, use the free business center and this place even has a 24 hour Perkins Restaurant. If here try a piece of pie they bake them in house mmmm!
Anyway overall I really liked the hotel, price was reasonable, service was great. Had a small leak in one of my tires and one of the managers brought an air compressor from his car and helped top up the tire so I could safely get to a repair place.
El hotel es estupendo, el servicio es estupendo, y la piscina es increíble, todo a un precio razonable. Este hotel verdaderamente lo maneja una buena gerencia, y tiene un personal que verdaderamente se preocupa por sus huéspedes. Buen trabajo a todos. !Nos vemos en tres meses!
Great Hotel, Great Service, Amazing Pool all at a reasonable price. This hotel is truly run by good management and has staff that truly care about their guests.
Great Job to All, see you in Three Months!
Great Small Town Feel!
Many options when choosing airport hotels but I thought I would try the Holiday Inn Toronto Airport-East. From the outside it does not seem like a very attractive building but when I walked in the Service and Product were Beautiful!
Every employee truly seems to love being a member of the team. They are all friendly and truly do care. This was the type of Small Town Superior Service I encounter at home outside the Houston area.
They had very large guest rooms and offered complimentary high speed access through SuperClick (Worked Well), along with their 24 hour business center.
Perkins was a nice retreat for a delicious dessert in the evening while working away in my room (24 hour room service). Had breakfast in the restaurant in the AM and it was great and very reasonable priced as well.
All in All, Great Service, Great Problem, Great Hotel, Check them out you won't be disappointed.
I would certainly recommend this hotel to anyone travelling to the Toronto Airport Area. This truly is a full service hotel with a great restaurant, pool, and business center. Judging by the guests here this hotel truly caters to all and is a very quite place with warm staff all around the hotel. Restaurant is a Perkins and does not have an actual bar in the hotel, but the restaurant is 24 hours.
A very good place to stay
Choosing an hotel in Toronto is far from easy, especially close to the airport. I choose thie Holiday Inn Toronto because it is on the Corner of Dixon and the 401 highway, making it very easy to go anywhere.
My first surprise was to see the size of the room for an hotel of that size. I do have two queen size bed in my room and it still huge!
The room offer Wired High Speed Internet(With SuperClick), and it support PPTP and SecureClient VPN connections.
The Holiday Inn customer service is great, they were able to answer most of my question. The Perkins Familly restaurant link to itserve wonderful Benedict Eggs! (And Egg beaters as well! ) . The service could be warmer, though, and it's a little slow. Do not go there if you are rushed.
The Courtyard is really great, but it's a little cold to enjoy it at this time of the year.
On the down side, the quality of the TV signal in the room is not great. Also, although I did not setup any WakeUp call, I was waked up(by an automated system) in the morning even if the in last 2 days, I did not use it. Guest services apologize promptly, and I do not expect this to happen again for my next 2 nights. Finally, the room climate controle is not too precise, but I don't need it at this time of the year. Might be different in the other rooms.
Finally... the overnight parking prices is 8$, but it is not indicated, and at first sight it looks like you don't need to pay. The guest service did not told me about it, so be careful. Get the voucher at the front desk to avoid any surprises.
Overall, I'm still very satisfied with the Holiday Inn Toronto Airport East, and I will definitively come back.
Excellent Stay @ the Holiday Inn
I stayed here in February/05. Great staff and customer service. Every thing you need in a hotel. I stayed in one of the rooms in the 2 story part of the hotel. This room was huge, the largest hotel room I've ever stayed in, I'm not sure if all the rooms are this big. We had a large king sized bed with dark purple bedding and chairs, dark wood furniture. Very nice style. I would say that it is nicer then the Holiday inn Select which is just up the road (Holiday In Selects are supposed to be better!) I will definatly stay here again, and if you can get it on hotwire or priceline, you will save a bundle.
Not so hot
Clean and good price and I suppose good for a quick stop over. Although rate included breakfast and airport transfers, had to request the vouchers from the front desk clerk. These really should have been provided automatically upon checkin. I've been to other Perkins restaurants and this one didn't compare, slow service, unfriendly. Being an airport hotel planes were going until at least 11:00 PM so no sleep to be had until then. We had a reservation for our return trip through Toronto and cancelled it to book elsewhere.
Although I was only in the area a short time they had a great stopover program at the hotel and I certainly enjoyed the lovely hotel. Very busy hotel but I certainly realized why. Very organized, great products, 24hr restaurant on the property was great for my early flight out.
I would highly recommend this hotel for any traveler.
Loved the hotel
Hotel on airport strip but away a few minutes away from the airport so I enjoyed the location. 24 hour restaurant onsite was great for my early flight out. Rooms are very well appointed, and I enjoyed the spacious room with a large work desk.
Service is great in the hotel on all angles, although I came in late front desk staff very responsive to my needs, and a server in restaurant serving me a coffee with a smile at 4:30am was a great start to an early day.
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