Residence Inn Toronto Airport

17 Reading Court, Toronto, Ontario, M9W7K7, Canada | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the The Elms area of Toronto, is near McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Panorama, Entertainment District, and Royal Woodbine Golf Club.
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Amenities

       

    Historical Traveler Reviews Residence Inn Toronto Airport

    Closest Hotel to Perfection

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    My family and I stayed here in 2 one bedroom suites from August 11-13th. Our stay couldn't have been more perfect.

    Suite are spacious with separate kitchen, living and bedrooms.

    The bed was large and most comfortable. The sofa bed was also comfortable.

    There were two very large t.v.'s in each of our rooms, one a plasma and the other a flat screen.

    The kitchen was fully equipped with plates, utensils, microwave, full fridge and stove. We were able to cook without needing extra provisions.

    Hotel staff were among the most pleasant and accomodating I have ever come across...and I have stayed at many hotels.

    Having free wireless internet in the room was a definite plus.

    The workout facility has the latest equipment including treadmill, elliptical, bikes and weight machines.

    The pool and jacuzzi are very clean and the right temperatures.

    The BUFFET BREAKFAST which is included in the price is excellent. There is something for every eater including eggs, sausage, waffles, fresh fruit, yoghurt, coffee, tea (herbal and regular), cereal, etc., etc. The food was quickly replenished by staff so you never had to wait for anything.

    OVERALL: This is one of the best hotel stays I have experiences. I will definitely book here again.

    Choose this hotel you will never go wrong

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    This hotel is super nice. The building and the facilities are brand new. The room we stayed had a micro wave oven, dishwasher and utensils and complete dinner set for four. We never use them but they are there just in case you are the type who choose to cook your own food. The hotel will even do the goceries for you if you needed them. The staff are superb. I will not hesitate to recommend this hotel.

    Excellent Hotel with Kids!!!

    from

    Had a wonderful stay at the residence inn, service was good and the rooms are new. Perfect with kids, we were travelling with my 18 month old son and the room was spacious enough that he could walk around. The complimentary breakfast was very good with a lot of choices.... try the waffles.

    We went to Canada's Wonderland which took us about 25-30 minutes to drive. And it is only 20-25 minutes from downtown.

    I would highly recommend this hotel, we paid 175$/ngt for a one-bedroom but some people on this site seem to have got better rates.

    Great Hotel, Good Location, Very Nice Deal

    from

    We love this hotel, very spacious, nice pictures and bathroom deco. The view of the landing aircrafts is also a nice plus for couples who have young kids. Highly recommend it. (not bad for someone who is very picky, along with picky family members who usually find reasons to disagree with my hotel choices :)

    If you need to order Chinese food, Gourmet Express can deliver to the room, great food at very reasonable prices.

    Would not hesitate to stay here again.

    from

    Very clean. Nicely decorated. Nice staff. We got the last room supposedly. Stopped in during a road trip. Was advised by the AAA manual that this was a decent place to stay. The price was originally 175.00 but reduced to 145.00 Canadian. Serving party sandwiches for dinner that night-did not try but breakfast was a winner. Lots of choices both hot and cold including sausage, eggs, toast, pastries, juice, coffee, etc. Decent treadmill in the small exercise room. My daughter loved the pool. We enjoyed the basketball court outside.

    Best Hotel in Toronto

    from

    I did some research on this hotel on this site, and heard it was new- 2 years old.

    The rooms - marble tile bathrooms, new pillow top beds, new carpeting, nice view.

    Breakfast - complimentary - scrambled eggs, sausage, potatoes, all continental items, waffles, pancakes - all complimentary

    Service - everyone from the front desk, to the breakfast help to housekeeping is friendly and do a terrific job.

    Al in all, I can't think of a better hotel experience. They also have a nice fitness center, and pool.

    You are right by the airport (2 miles), can see planes landing, but amazingly , cannot hear them at all inside the hotel.

    Great deal!

    from

    The suite was spacious and the bed was extra comfortable. We could watch the planes landing from our windows but we did not hear the planes at all. The full kitchen was complete and included utensils, dishes, pots & pans. The only thing missing was an oven.

    Popcorn was also provided. Supper is complimentary from Monday thru Thurday and it consisted of soup + pizza on the Thurday we were there. They also have fresh baked cookies in the lobby.

    at $101 cdn per night this was excellent value for the area. many restaurants one block away and half an hour drive from downtown Toronto, it was perfect for us.

    Spacious 2 bedroomed suites

    from

    Just 5 minutes from Toronto Airport (complimentary airport transfer if required), this hotel did not disappoint. We were 4 adults and had booked a 2 bedroomed suite. It was spacious, immaculately clean with new furnishings and state of the art tv's in both bedrooms and sitting room. The sitting room has a log effect remote control fire for cosy winter evenings and a well equiped kitchen which looked as though it had never been used. With 2 ensuite bedrooms this apartment on the 9th floor (top floor) could easily sleep 6. The breakfast was buffet style with plenty of choice and complimentary coffee and tea (make it yourself) was available allday from the sitting area. The two men in our party made the most of the free internet service and I enjoyed the indoor swimming pool. All-in-all, this has to be one of the best airport stopovers we have ever had.

    June 17th 2006. Jan & Brendan Lomax & Ann & Gordon Milne, London .UK.

    Wonderful Hotel!!!

    from

    From the minute we arrived and my daughter was offered as many cookies as her small tummy could manage by the check-in clerk, the staff could not have been more helpful nor polite. We were arriving after a long flight from the UK, and were slightly pensive about how good/bad the Residence Inn was going to turn out, given we only booked as our normal hotel we use in the Pearson airport area was full. Anyhow, the rooms are very new, clean and fitted out to a very high standard. The pool and fitness areas were also very neat and tidy, and there's even an outdoor basketball court for those that still have some energy left after a long journey. High speed internet access and breakfast are also offered complimentary by the hotel, and on both counts the service provided was first class. We'll definitely use the hotel again on future trips.

    Clean, quiet, comfortable

    from

    We stayed only one night at the Residence Inn before our flight out to Vancouver the next morning. Our check in took a little longer than expected but the complimentary cookies at the front desk made up for it. The suite had a kitchenette, dining area, living area, desk and seperate bedroom. The hotel is fairly new so everything was clean and the bed was extremely comfortable with a lovely duvet and plush pillows. The complimentary breakfast and internet were a definate plus! Would definalty stay there again.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Residence Inn Toronto Airport

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