Toronto Airport Marriott Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsToronto Airport Marriott Hotel
We booked this hotel because i had accumulated enough points to stay without any cost. We had rented a car and this hotel had free parking which was great (although it was scarce parking once we got in because it was late). It's not that convenient when driving in and out of the downtown area as we had done but since we had the car, we figured we didn't mind staying a bit further out. Because we had to catch a pretty early flight out, the hotel was conveniently located to the airport so we didn't have to get up too early to return our car and get checked in for our flight. The hotel also had complimentary breakfast and because we had gone on a busy weekend (there was a festival of some sort going on), the breakfast was very popular. Nothing fancy but definitely helps to start the day off.
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