Hotel excellently located near water front and performing arts building. Lots of restaurants near by. Waterfront gorgeous. Pool and hot tube best ever experienced, right temperature and cleanliness. Would like to see a more relaxed and quieter lounge at night for the more senior group. Rooms are a bit dated but clean and well equipped.
Hotel has absolutely great free breakfasts. Some rooms are good but last stay we were placed in Admiral Suite which was very nice except for issues with the shower. It did not work properly and all we could get was cool water. Hotel did not compensate us for inconvenience. Only said that they had been having some issues with the shower and would have to look into fixing it. Shower should be totally replaced as none of the functions worked on it. Also very noisy in this room area.
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The staff member were extremely helpful and friendly! The hotel however had some flaws... The pool was freezing and the bottom looked rather dirty, there was mold on the wall in our room and the corners of the room were covered in cob webs! The breakfast was alright but more options would have been nice! Overall the stay wasn't bad but the place needs to be cleaned up!
Burlington is large enough to keep visitors busy and entertained, but small enough to frequent Best places to raise a family lists. Situated on Lake Ontario between Toronto and Niagara, popular Burlington activities include hiking the Bruce Trail and visiting the Royal Botanical Gardens, the largest in the country. The waterfront downtown features shops, restaurants, and a scenic public park.