Renaissance Toronto Downtown Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRenaissance Toronto Downtown Hotel
Even though we were told that this is a 3 stars hotel, it is far from it! I will rate it 4 stars! The rooms were posh, clean and big. We had a nice view and the location is close to attractions! It offered us so much comfort after a long hard night of trying to solve our flight cancellation issues.
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