Westin Bristol Place Toronto Airport
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWestin Bristol Place Toronto Airport
In terms of location, this hotel is good if you want to get a little taste of everything Toronto has to offer: nightclubs, performing arts centers, some family attractions, and the homes of major Toronto sports teams. But if you're going to the city for a specific reason, I wouldn't stay here. The upside of this hotel being further away from things though is that it's able to be close to the airport. This is great if you're looking for somewhere nice and clean to stay on layover between flights or if you're just in the city for couple days. The price was decent, approximately $100/ night for the traditional room, once all was said and done. Which, isn't too bad, but being that I was only there for a few days, it felt a little excessive. Though it's nice that they offer rooms at $100, 200$ and in between. I feel like the higher prices for nicer rooms are worth it more if you're there to attend a meeting/conference/wedding, and can enjoy the hotel's lounge, Wi-Fi, PET friendliness, etc., or you're looking to get away for a weekend. Friends of mine stayed here for a wedding and were very happy with it all. The reception was beautiful, food was delicious - at the reception and at breakfast the next morning in the hotel's restaurant. It was extremely convenient that they didn't have to do much traveling after arriving in Toronto. **Brides, keep this in mind if you have a lot of out of town guests! **
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