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Park Suites Toronto Blue Jay Way (Element) - Toronto Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Park Suites Toronto Blue Jay Way (Element)

20 Blue Jays Way, Toronto - Map
"Big, clean apartment with amazing location"
Please make sure you have the information to check in before arriving. This is not a hotel or an apartment building with a reception desk that will provide you with the information or keys. In our case, the keys were left in an envelope at the security desk and we were not aware of this so on the day of arrival we called the numbers provided by Expedia and somebody picked up the phone, we explained that we had arrived and wanted to check-in the person said sorry and hanged up the phone. The person at the security desk did not have any idea of who we were. After sometime trying to figure out what to do, the security person noticed that my name was also listed in the package reception list and he realized that there was an envelope for me with keys. Other things to improve the stay: Information such as wifi password, parking spot number, phone number etc was not written anywhere and since we could not talk to anybody until Jan 2 we could not use any of those. To avoid this I recommend to create a booklet with all this useful information and leave it in the apartment. There was no coffee maker and no hair dryer. There were only a few glasses and all different. I recommend checking all the supplies before guests arrive and have an inventory. The bed in the main room needs changing, it bumps against the wall at the minimal movement. Do not get me wrong, the place was good and we would stay again but some touches are required.
Ira from Caracas
Renaissance Toronto Downtown Hotel - Toronto Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Renaissance Toronto Downtown Hotel

One Blue Jays Way, Toronto - Map
"Great hotel downtown Toronto,"
Got a great deal for this hotel for 2 nights. Checked in 3 hours early (from out of town) and received an upgrade to Jr. Suite with Rogers centre Filed view!! Large clean bathroom with 2 levels and a King size bed. Upper level consisted of a couch with a view of the WHOLE of the Rogers Centre playing filed, massive window!! It also had a small fridge and Kurig coffee machine!! Bed was comfy and large. Linens were white and clean!! We were close to elevator which woke us up both nights when the late night partiers arrived back at their rooms, not a huge deal though.... Staff were friendly and helpful with directions etc. overall, with the same deal we got through Expedia, we would stay here again. close to CN Tower, Union Station, the new Aquarium and a few restaurants. parking is a bit of a pain as you have to drive 5 minutes to get their (under the stadium).
SimonB from London, Ontario.
Hotel Le Germain Maple Leaf Square - Toronto Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hotel Le Germain Maple Leaf Square

75 Bremner Blvd, Toronto - Map
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A Traveller
Westin Harbour Castle - Toronto Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Westin Harbour Castle

1 Harbour Sq, Toronto - Map
"Nice hotel, great location."
The staff was very courtious and the hotel is clean and well located. The view from our room was Lake Ontario. The brunch for breakfast is excellent. Beautiful indoor heated pool. The kids really enjoyed their stay.
A Traveller
Radisson Hotel Admiral Toronto-Harbourfront - Toronto Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Radisson Hotel Admiral Toronto-Harbourfront

249 Queens Quay W, Toronto - Map
"Great hotel."
I booked the hotel because of its proximity to Rogers Center. The staff was very friendly and the room had just been renovated. It was a really good experience.
Simon from Ottawa

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    Beach Hotel Guide in Toronto

    A day at the beach with the iconic CN Tower in the background? Oh yes, beaches in Toronto give you a playful juxtaposition of sand and skyscrapers. After a day amongst the busy city streets and speeding multi-coloured taxis, some waves and sunshine are just the things to mix it up. Woodbine is the city’s most popular beach, as it’s a great spot for a round of volleyball. Bluffer’s Point, bounding in by the famous Scarborough Bluff’s on the northside, is a must for a good walk to go along with some swimming. If you’re bringing Fido in tow, Cherry Beach (also called “Clarke Beach”) has an open area for leash-free fun. For something on the tranquil side, Balmy Beach is one of the quieter of the beaches, which makes it a perfect spot for a few hours of serene tanning. If tan lines aren’t for you, Hanlan’s Point is the favourite clothing-optional spot in town.

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