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In Toronto on business staying at the delta off of Kennedy. There is shopping right around the corner with dining options and coffee shops. The hotel itself has a nice lounge area and restaurant a decent pool and wellness centre. The beds were a comfy...More
The first impression is getting into the old, tight, full parking lot. Plus there is a daily fee. Not convenient. This was rough for me both nights since I came in after 10pm and had to squeeze in.
Staff was friendly though. The hotel's layout...More
Response from francessugay, Front Office Manager at Delta Hotels Toronto EastResponded 1 week ago
Thank you for staying at the Delta Toronto East and for sharing your honest feedback about your experience at our property. We apologize for the inconvenience you faced about the parking situation.
We hope to see you again in the future. Please let...More
Good location. Good restaurant. The staff is terrific, always friendly. The rooms are clean. Parking is easy. The pool is large and enjoyable.There are slides for kids of any age. Rooms are quite soundproof. We really have no complaints.
The room we were put in overlooked the pool area so was very noisy. The furnishings were old and carpet was old, worn and durty. We used the pool but there were so many people and unsupervised kids we could not enjoy and we had...More
Response from francessugay, Front Office Manager at Delta Hotels Toronto EastResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you for your honest feedback and I sincerely apologize for the noise issue you and your family experienced during you recent stay. We regret this incident and we hope that you give us another opportunity to serve you in the future.
We stayed here last minute and for the 4 of us it was $450 including tax and parking, but not breakfast. Now we had a king with a door to what looks like their room rentals for showers or small parties and the kids slept...More
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