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limited internet - spotty
parking was reasonably price and location is right infront or at rear entrance
wifi no so great and indoor pool in winter could be bigger
Stayed 2 nights, had to change rooms 3 times because the heaters did not work (I visited during the winter). Having to repack 3 times after a long day of working was not pleasant. The staff tried to brush it off, kept saying this never happens, yet three rooms in a row had non functional heaters.
Building has old bones, but rooms were recently renovated
Room was nice, good view out the back. The pool was fun, one of the main reasons for our stay.
Found a chicken bone on the floor of our room. The sauna was in bad shape, in dire need of updates
Could not connect to wifi at all.
Hostess Crystal. Near all shopping amenities. Close to Don Valley Parkway.
No microwave or refrigerator.
I loved the facilities! The pool, lobby, and other areas were reminiscent of a resort. It was also a very quick drive into the tourist area of Toronto without being as busy.
Our toilet was clogged in our first room, but the staff quickly put us in an upgraded room. The first room was nice, especially for the price, but the second one was a definite upgrade. There was a balcony and tons of space!
the hotel is good for the value of money
the elevator not working properly , no water boiler in the room
Nice pool and workout facilities, good location, comfortable bed, nice grounds around the hotel
On demand wasn't working we called several times for someone to come and fix and each time they said they would and never did. The pool was being repaired as we swam (painted around the pool area), the breakfast included was great however the information was not conveyed correctly and we were apparently in the "wrong dining area" the exact same breakfast was in the "right " are so don't understand the comment by staff.Simple information about the breakfast and hotel was not available in the room directory so we actually had to call down to ask(no reason for this if made available in the room)
Too many stairs
It was nice that there were 2 pools and that they were available a lot of the time with long hours of operation.
We updated for a "deluxe" room but we had mold on our ceiling, and there was a chunk of wood missing from our balcony, and also the mattress was very poor quality.
The room was extremely dirty, with the exception of the bed. There were almond bits left on the furnace and the tables were sticky. The décor of the room needs to be refurbished, as paint and other areas are deteriorating. There's also been multiple times when there were no staffs at the reception area, leading to long wait times.
Toronto Don Valley Hotel and Suites is an urban resort and the perfect base of operations for those looking to explore the city of Toronto. The building was constructed by famed local Toronto architect Raymond Moriyama. The building is tucked up into a ravine and overlooks the entirety of Don Valley. Inside the hotel, guests will find bright open spaces with huge windows that let in an abundant amount of ambient light. Toronto Don Valley Hotel and Suites is a great spot for large groups as well, with event space for both large business meetings and weddings. All in all, this is an ideal destination for families, couples, and business travelers.
There are three different styles of room at the Toronto Don Valley Hotel. The Traditional offers scenic views, plenty of space and complimentary wifi for those that stay there. The Deluxe offers more floor space and a large balcony overlooking the nearby ravine. Finally, there are the suites, which offer the advantage of separate bedrooms and living rooms. All of the rooms come with great amenities like heated bathroom floors, coffee maker, flat screen HD TV and a large work desk.
When guests get hungry at the Toronto Don Valley Hotel, all they need to do is go downstairs. DV Bar & Bistro is the hotel's in-house restaurant which is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The menu is constantly rotating, with an ever-changing list of weekly dinner and drink specials. In addition to DV, the hotel is also situated amongst some of the best restaurants in the city.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
If you are looking to take public transport to get from the airport to the Toronto Don Valley Hotel and Suites, get on board the UP Express Pearson Airport train from the airport going in the direction of Union Station and get off at the Bloor GO station. From there, get on board the Subway Line 2 heading towards the Kennedy Station, and get off at the Broadview station. Once there, you will need to get on board bus line 100A heading towards Don Mills & Wynford, get off 27 stops later at the Wynford Dr At Erlington Ave East bus stop, and the hotel will then be a 3m walk away. The full trip will take about 1h and 15m.
Guests staying at the Toronto Don Valley Hotel and Suites will have three different options to choose from for breakfast. A buffet breakfast is available every day for a fee of C$ 15.50 (about $12) plus tax, but if you prefer an a la carte menu, the DV Bar Bistro offers a breakfast menu which includes traditional items, healthy items and a special kids’ menu. If you happen to be there on the weekend, the bistro also organizes a brunch event every Saturday and Sunday from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm.
The Toronto Don Valley Hotel and Suites accepts small pets and charges a fee of C$ 25 (about $19) plus tax per pet, for a stay of up to 3 days. If you are staying longer than 3 days, the pet fee will renew on the fourth day and then every three days.
Guests staying at the Toronto Don Valley Hotel and Suites with their partners on a special occasion can book discount packages to make their stay extra special. You will be staying in a Deluxe Room, with the options of king and queen size beds. The next morning you can enjoy breakfast for two in bed, and you will receive a complimentary late checkout of 2:00 pm so you don’t have to leave in a rush.
If you are looking at renting a car at the airport or driving to the Toronto Don Valley Hotel and Suites, you will be able to self-park your car at the hotel for the fee of C$ 11.95 (about $9) plus tax per night.
While staying at the Toronto Don Valley Hotel and Suites, you can order room service by texting your order to a number that will be provided to you on arrival. You simply need to include your room number and the menu item number, and your order will be delivered to you. (Prices checked 01/07/19).
Toronto Don Valley Hotel and Suites is located at 175 Wynford Drive in North York, 9,3 km from the centre of Toronto. Aga Khan Museum is the closest landmark to Toronto Don Valley Hotel and Suites.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at Toronto Don Valley Hotel and Suites.
Yes, Toronto Don Valley Hotel and Suites offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Toronto Don Valley Hotel and Suites does not offer free parking.
No, Toronto Don Valley Hotel and Suites does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Toronto Don Valley Hotel and Suites is 12 km from Toronto Island.
Yes, Toronto Don Valley Hotel and Suites has a pool on-site.