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After noticing that they were not re depositing my security deposit of 200$, I called the hotel and found out that they were falsely accusing me of smoking in the room and keeping the security deposit. I am a non smoker, and yes during one...More
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Response from Sarah W, Manager at Edward Hotel North YorkResponded 1 week ago
Thank you for taking time to provide your comment. I am very sorry for the inconvenience you experienced.
The Edward Hotel is a completely non-smoking hotel and we endeavor to ensure there is no smoking in the rooms and the premises. Just as...More
The Edward hotel is showing its age. The large lobby area is clean, but the doors scrape and somehow everything looks a little worn and dingy. The rooms themselves have been upgraded nicely, with a black and white color scheme in the bathroom and a...More
No issues with check-in process...rooms were ok...some drywall issues in my room, and also found chocolates under the bed..bathroom/showers are very well done...large lounge....breakfast is not included in all prices, so clarify when making your reservation....mall, restaurants, and highway are in close proximity...WiFi is terrible...
We recently stayed at this hotel for a night. Upon arriving, it took almost 15 minutes alone to check in and that was with no line up or waiting for other guests. The guy at the front desk proceeded to tell us that they were...More
We ended up at this hotel through one of those hotel deal websites so had no idea what to expect. They were understaffed on the front desk but the service was friendly. Our room was a good size. Very plain, not much spent on decor...More
North York is one of Toronto's most culturally diverse neighborhoods. Home to a number of cultural events throughout the year that celebrate the city's varied ethnic communities, it's always worthwhile to see what's going on in the area. Its cross-section of inhabitants include students and long-time residents, giving North York an eclectic feeling of being both local and international. Extremely family-friendly,
its rivers, arboretums, and parks cater to outdoor activities, while its historical villages paint Toronto's history in exciting shades. Bumper cars, mini golf, and inexpensive shopping also help cater to the inclusive family feel.