"The hotel price is okay and good"
February 12, 2016
Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
|Value for money||8.0|
|Nearest airport||Toronto / Buttonville Municipal Airport (YKZ)|
|Distance to airport||8.0 km|
"Good value for money, more a student unit but clean n comfor..."
February 9, 2016
Residence & Conference Center - Toronto is a student residence building located on the Seneca College Newnham Campus. It is 20 minutes' drive from downtown Toronto. Residence & Conference Center - Toronto suites include a dining area and two separate bedrooms. The kitchenette is equipped with a microwave and refrigerator. Guests at the Residence & Conference Center - Toronto can dine at the Subway Restaurant adjacent to the lobby or get a snack in the convenience center. Residence & Conference Center - Toronto provides easy access to Highway 401 and Highway 404. Attractions nearby include the Ontario Science Center and Fairview Mall.
"Value for money stay, in a clean and spacious rooms."
June 26, 2016
Children and extra beds
Minimum age of guests is: 0 year(s).
Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please ask the property for more details.
Not really business accomodation ”
We found that our stay felt like we were staying in student accommodation, with very basic amenities. The ad gave the impression that this was accomodation for business travellers looking for a hotel type room. On the plus note, rooms were very big. Parking was also a fair walk to the next block.
Value for money”
Very good choise if you have a car, is located out of the center. Value for money stay, in a clean and spacious rooms. Internet works perfectly, there is an additional cost for parking, price is ok. I recommend R&C Center.
The hotel price is okay and good
Value for money”
Good value for money, more a student unit but clean n comfortable...only problem is initial search for entrance to accommodation is confusing, probably need signboards for direction.
This is a great value stay if you are on a budget. The buzz from the fridge was loud, meaning the place is quiet . Everything works like it is supposed to. Hassle free, fuzz free parking. Smokers stay off this property, it is a university dorm. I smoke too and have to brave the cold air just to get a fix in shorts and flip flops.....
A terrible place”
It is actually a campus for international students. The place is messy and noisy, the room is filthy with bad odor. It is miles away from downtown. It's not worth for the money we spent for the room. Awful awful. What a terrible experience in Toronto.
We didnt't realize that the room was on a school campus until we arrived. It was a surprise, but ended up being a pleasant surprise. The location was really good, the room was roomy and very clean, the kitchenette was also a good surprise and came in very handy. The staff were very helpful and also very friendly. Overall it was a really good stay and we would stay here again. Thank You.
Very convenient location with good price”
In contrast with what some of the testimonial said, there is in fact unsecured Open Wifi access, and I was not even aware that a white box that is plugged in the LAN port in my bedroom is in fact a "shared" Wifi router for a number of suites, and that box does not even have any signs, label or warning to request residents not to unplug it. After I remove the LAN cable while plugging in my own secured Travel Router for two days, then in one evening I got locked out from accessing my room and was subsequently rudely scolded by the guy at the front desk saying I did not pick up the phone (as a visitor, who will stay in the room throughout the day to wait for their phone calls, and I wonder why they do not try to leave a memo under my door if they try to reach me for two days) and try to accuse me that I purposely and selfishly remove the cable and that was why they gotta punish me by locking me out of the room. I should be grateful that he treated me like a student and he acted like a proctor - but as a guest, by "punishing" me like this I indeed feel quite offended. On the check-out day, there was a "scheduled power outage" (realized there is a memo stick onto the wall in the elevator concourse) yet the memo did not specify the scope of such power outage (despite new apartments in Toronto usually have backup generators powering up at least one elevator on power outages). The front desk staff did not made us aware of the outage since the day when we check-in and we only got the first notification by phone two minutes before the outage saying the elevator will be shut down right away. The consequence is that a large number of residents that need to check out on that day will need to bring their luggage by accessing the stair case. For me, I need to drag three large suitcase and climb down the stairs all the way from the 9th floor.
Big rooms and low rates”
great location with great service”
two rooms with this great price is very good deal and the location (finch and steels) is very convenience for go on highway too!!!
Student residence, good to stay during summer”
This is basically a student residence and all the rooms have 2 separate bedrooms with 1 double bed, and a common area. That price is good compare to hotels but don't expect hotel service. Only light touch to the room everyday, but no full cleaning. Internet is free but you have to fill a form to apply for activation. Most importantly, bring your own connecting cable! (no WIFI in rooms)
rien a dire excelent en tout”
Petit dejeuner consistant employer aimable et serviable je le conseille vivement.
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Residence & Conference Centre - Toronto