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785 Dundas Street West, M6J 1V2 Toronto, Canada – Show map
|Superior Family Room with Four Beds|
|Deluxe Suite with Two Queen Beds|
|Standard Studio (2 Adults)|
|Deluxe King Suite (2 Adults)|
|Superior Suite with Two Beds|
|Superior Studio (2 Adults)|
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Free private parking is available on site (reservation is needed).
Family Rooms, Heating, Hypoallergenic room available, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Air Conditioning
Chinese, French, English
3:00 PM - 11:00 PM
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Up to three children under 12 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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The room had a modern look.
The hotel is under construction. We drove around looking for it because it had no signage. Parking was poor and their reception had boxes of files and mattresses thus not a good first impression.
Great staff, friendly, helpful
no curtains on windows, got light a little early
Poor location and extremely difficult to find. This "hotel" is a work in progress and might actually resemble their name once finished - assuming that your idea of urban living in TO means closet sized quarters and the absolute bare minimum of comfort and convenience. Until then expect cranky, disinterested staff, no kitchen facilities, no closet or dresser to store your gear, no facilities, no basics like an iron or coffee, in some cases no bed (my "suite" featured a box spring and mattress on the floor), no attention to cleanliness (my towels were conveniently covered with hair so I didn't have to feel guilty about soiling them myself I suppose), and sections of the "hotel" exposed to the elements (some of the doors haven't been installed yet). On the plus side I now have a better understanding as to why this city has embraced Rob Ford as their mayor. Well played Urban Living Suites...well played...
Linen was comfortable. Rooms were newly renovated.
Wifi did not reach hotel room
Good place to stay good value
Under renovation exterior is not appealing but once inside every thing is ok Family run operation they will take extra step to help and good value
No security, staff leave at 11pm and not back until 9 am. Had 2 men walk into my room at 8 am looking for their reservation since no one was in. Front door left unlocked all night. Full Credit card and personal information were left out in the open on the office desk for anyone to see. There was 3 different sheets out with individuals names, addresses and credit information that could have been taken or photgraphed while the workers were in the back getting keys. -Not organized at all. Floors were filthy. Dishes were stored in the fridge and oven. Dirty sponge at the sink to clean dishes, no paper towels for clean up. Also did not respond to a request to have the room cleaned. There is no daily housekeeping service either. No a/c in the bedroom - portable a/c in the kitchen that was very loud. No curtains on the high window in the bedroom making it difficults to sleep. I had a reservation for 2 nights. I do not recommend this hotel for anyone.
very clean,lots of amenities, loved the new look very comfy bed
Kitchen was not finished yet...therefore no counterspace and dishes were in the fridge, had to ask for a coffeepot...which was given to me. high pitched squeeling noise...came from the fridge... therefore could not keep the fridge running. needed to ask for a plug so we could take a bath
The host wasn't even there when I arrived. I had to call a phone number. But I didn't have my phone. Had to borrow a phone at a nearby bar. Weak.
there is no wi-fi in the room, no telephone, room was smelly, no electric iron , Staff did not Know Anything.
free WiFi, high quality furniture and amenities, clean spacious room and kitchen relatively low price
WiFi signal in some parts of our room was poor
No good. Old.
There was no Internet and parking that they said would be there the staff weren't very helpful
no window in the room not working toilet flushing extra small bathroom reeling washbasin faucet dirty pillowcases broken electrical outlets dirt in the ventilation no air conditioning jammed door lock noise in the corridor at night
The rooms were not what we expected, but even better. The newly renovated rooms were spacious, included the perfect stay. Wifi was included which was great, and in the fridge there was utensils for our stay, along with cups. Felt at home!!
The customer service received upon calling beforehand was not too impressive, neither was the individual at the front desk as well. Due to the renovations, the hotel is hard to locate and also very sketchy once seen. The parking should be also more readily available, only were 7 spots which is not enough for hotel guests.
The staff's responsiveness to request of services, such as more beds, and room service.
We had booked two rooms, however only we were put in one room and the hotel staff brought in extra beds for us that were stuffed into the one room. Nice gesture, but we had paid for 2 rooms, and there was no refund given even though we only stayed in the one room. Bedsheets were yellow. The outside of the building was a run down construction zone.
I mean not to be rude, but the only things that this hotel did right was free wi-fi, and adding a little sunroof to the bedroom.
When the staff member led me to the room, he opened up the door for me and poked his head in the shower then said "Oh, there's no shower door..." then did nothing about it and left. The shower door was just sitting in the closet, and I was the one trying to fix it. We ended up having to shower and make a huge mess all over the floor, and we were unable to clean it up as we only had two towels for the four of us. There was also old, used soap in the shower, which makes me wonder if they even cleaned it from the last use at all. There was no phone in the hotel room for us to call the front desk, which I needed to do several times throughout the night because I don't have long distance calling on my phone, but couldn't. There were four of us staying, and even though I was promised a room with two queen beds, there was only one bed, and a pull out couch with no mattress. We looked in the closet and saw there was a single piece of foam, so we had to put that on half of the bed, and my other friend ended up sleeping directly on the box spring and she was extremely uncomfortable as springs were digging into her body all night. The location was also inconvenient, as the front desk was down the street from where the rooms were, and we were in a pretty sketchy part of Toronto. We didn't exactly feel comfortable walking down the street in the middle of the night so we couldn't do anything about our room. Around 4am we were also woken up by the people in the room yelling, screaming, banging on our walls and listening to extremely loud music, and although that isn't really the hotels fault, if we had a phone we would be able to call the front desk and ask them to send somebody up to quiet them down. When we got up in the morning, there was a broken bedroom door down the hallway, and we had to listen to it beep for hours as no staff had come to fix it. We only stayed in this hotel because there was literally no other options.
The first room we weren't sent in was poor renovation no tv, I asked to be moved spent 105 on a room not properly equipped with all toiletries and was woken up abruptly by all the noise of renovations. I will not go back. Too overpriced for the quality. I could see there is potential though. The staff seemed friendly just. A little nervous.
the location was quite good.
our room had no window and no air movement nor air conditioning. it was very difficult to sleep and not a nice place to be during the day. There was vandalism in one night...broken glass and yelling...which was quite scary.There is no staff there in night so we did not know if someone was dealing with what ever was happening. many lights did not work, and stove did not get hot enough to cook on.
Location and free parking. Has potential to be really nice once the major construction is over.
Be warned. This place is 1)disorganized 2)under heavy construction 3)dirty 4)our room had no tv, had wires sticking out of the wall and smelled of paint 5)owner seemed totally clueless 6)was charged $149+ for a totally inadequate room. I don't know why there are nice photos and good reviews of this "hotel" it's a hell hole. I'm not a negative person, as I usually make the best of things (as we travel a lot) but the state of this place was unbelievable!
The concept of an "apartment" type setting. it will be lovely, when it is finished!
The building is under construction, the front os it is covered with blue tarp. Poor parking. Our kitchen didn't have a sink, or counter. The bathroom has a fan, but it isn't hooked up.
I was excited to book a bed and breakfast, i had never stayed in one and watched too much tori and deans show when they buy a B&b, that week i was having a stressful week, and couldnt leave town, so i planned my own solo escape downtown to escape my problems for a day, i needed a vacation, but could not travel far, when i arrived i was a bit confused as to where the place was exactly, but i found it quickly its just off church north of wellsley. And After the last place i had just stayed at was a shady motel that had nice photos, and a 7.3 rating, and was disgusting, so i almost was expecting the worst when i arrived oitside. The building is a gourgeous older town house, which i personally love older artchitecture, and got a feel, that the house definately had a history. the common kitchen is very nice and full stocked, there is a full kitchen to cook in, and fridge full of food mostly breakfast foods, i was very nervous that i would feel like i was in a roming house feel, which is the exact opposite, although there are communal areas, i didnt feel like i was a backpacker, its a very comfortable place with nicely furnished rooms
Great breakfast options, but as a bacon junkie, i dont believe in life beyond bacon pm nom nom lol
Price was ok
Room wasn't real clean. Lotsa hair around the room. Especially in drawers under beds. Large set of stairs to walk up. No lift. Not good for people with larger cases.
It was dirty!!
Great location and free parking very useful in toronto
Obviously going through a bit of a makeover which makes the entrance to the property startling.
Very clean apartment with queen bed, good central air, compact space with just enough room for two people to prepare meals - microwave, stove, fridge, table and two chairs. Staff provided extra pillows even at midnight, although request had been made earlier. The location is excellent within walking distance from the AGO and with good tram connection in front of the door
Very noisy location or at least our suite (some rooms may not have windows). The suite on Dundas only has single pane windows, not blocking most sounds from the street. The suite would also be cold in the winter, there being significant window wear from high humidity condensation. Cleaning staff did not speak any English. The four buildings comprising this hotel are under construction, meaning that access from the street was not keyed, although the security on the door of the suite seems adequate. There is no significant, clean store to buy groceries near the hotel. although Chinatown is 4 blocks away.
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