Novotel Toronto Centre
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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Historical Traveler Reviews Novotel Toronto Centre
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We had stayed in 3 different hotels during our vacation- Niagara Falls, Toronto and montreal. They were all in same price range. I like Novotel the best. The room is clean, roomy and quiet. Our kids loved the swimming pool. They are 7 and 9, we walked to CN tower, city hall, eaton center... I must say it's close to everything. We were talking about the hotels while driving home, even the kids rated this hotel is the best.
Definitely the Best in the Region
I have just returned from two weeks spent in the four cities of Toronto, Montreal, Quebec and Ottawa. The Novitel, which for sometime has been number one in your most popular hotels in Toronto justified its place in terms of location alone. But on top of its excellent faciilities the reception staff is the best in the business. No wonder it seems so popular with airline staff.
Never a care at the Novotel!!!
What a great place. We stayed at the Novotel in Nov. of 2002. From the moment we walked in the door we were greeted with smiling faces and a hospitality that I haven't experienced anywhere else. Our room was first rate, clean and spacious. Our housekeeper Tina was a delight, very accomodating. We have 2 children ages 7 & 10 and they loved the pool. We spent every night there relaxing in the hot tub while the children played nearby. We parked our car on Friday when we arrived and didn't get in it again until the following Saturday when we left. It is conveniently located to everything! Being huge hockey buffs we were thrilled to be able to walk to the HHOF. We can't wait to go back and visit our friends at the NOVOTEL!!!!
A trip cut short, but I'll be back
I stayed at the Novotel for one night at the end of March 2003, and I'd have stayed longer if I could. Friendly staff, impressive lobby, good atmosphere. I liked it. It's important to note that this hotel has recently undergone a major renovation, so it looks pretty spiffy (renovations completeded in Jan '03). The room I had (at the back of the hotel) was quiet, clean, comfortable, and had everything I needed after a sixteen hour trip by train from northern Delaware. The restaurant (Cafe Nicole) has good food and attentive service. Dinner was excellent ... but the all you can eat buffet breakfast was fantastic ($19 Canadian including tax and tip)! Will I stay there again? Yes, without a doubt. And I'll tell my friends. If you're traveling by train it's a handy five minutes from the station on foot. Rate-wise I paid $79 US through Expedia. Step out of the hotel in the morning and look left for a fantastic view of the CN Tower. I'll be back. A well deserved five stars *****.
Kudos Before We Have Even Stayed There Yet!
Hello,I just wanted to write to say that yesterday I phoned to book a room for my husband and I in April, the young lady who took our reservation was absolutely wonderful! Nothing was too much trouble, extremely helpful and they answered the phone right away, unlike the 'other' hotel I phoned prior to yours, inquiring about rates. When I first called you I was only going to ask what your rates were, however, this young lady was so pleasant I booked right away. First impressions are the best and obviously you have first class staff in your employ. Thankyou!Monika Trickett
Not a bad deal at all
The stay here was quite pleasant. The hotel is located minutes away from the financial and entertainment districits. The staff were more than helpful. The room size was ample. All this for a reasonable room rate. I believe at the time I went I payed around 75/night. getting in and out of the garage was easy since there is little around the hotel to block traffic.
Great place,great people!
I stayed here, by recommendation earlier this year
with a friend on his first visit to Toronto. Novotel impressed in every way. Location, price, staff and accomodation were worth every penny of the reasonable price! I`ll be back!
Very good hotel
I had five nights here in August and it was an excellent choice. The room was modern, spacious and well equipped, and the staff were very friendly. It was C$129 a night including an all you can eat breakfast and that was very good value given the quality and the location. It was near to all the attractions and handy things like a grocery store and post office were nearby. When I return to Toronto it'll be to here.
A pleasure to give an affirmative nod to the Novotel. Our family has stayed there on several occasions and we have always been more than pleased with the service and the accomodations. Also very close to most of the downtown attractions and shopping centers. We will return when we visit Toronto again.
I have stayed here more than once and would rate it one of the best bargains in Toronto. A very friendly place, clean rooms, excellent proximity to the downtown area. I plan to stay here whenever we are in Toronto.
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