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First of all, I have never stayed in a Homewood despite being in the Hilton honors program. This was a first, but definitely NOT my last! I was soooo impressed with the layout, all that was in our suite (we could have been comfy in...More
We'd booked and pre-paid for a two night stay in a one bedroomed suite. Unfortunately we only managed one night, as our Glasgow to Toronto flight was delayed by 24 hours! We were upgraded free of charge to a two bedroom, two bath suite, which...More
I typically stay with my family when visiting Toronto, but this time we had to stay in a hotel. For the price and value this place can't be beat. Rooms are spacious, and clean, the staff is very friendly. It's nice to have a kitchen...More
Excellent stay - stayed with family and grandparents. Staff was attentive and rooms were clean and large. We had two suites. Would definitely stay again if needed. In suite kitchens were great for light meal prep.
Love having a full kitchen and separate bedroom. The bed and bedding were very comfortable and the bathroom was very large. The only suggestion I would give is to bring your own food, the hotel is not near a grocery store and the selection of...More
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Etobicoke is a relaxed area along the Humber River. It's saturated with green spaces and conservatories, making it a premier destination for outdoor sports, hiking, and nature walks. Its abundance of parkland and lakes makes it a typical spot for fishing, picnicking, and camping out, especially in warmer months. The peaceful area is also enjoyed by families, who appreciate its boardwalks and sports facilities.
Locals enjoy the variety of golfing and country club opportunities, which also provide lessons for golfers of any skill level.
Yes, there is. I looked into it because we considered using it, but decided to drive for time’s sake. There’s a public train stop about a mile from the hotel which you can take to downtown Toronto (including to Union Station... More
Yes, there is. I looked into it because we considered using it, but decided to drive for time’s sake. There’s a public train stop about a mile from the hotel which you can take to downtown Toronto (including to Union Station next to the CN tower and Ripley’s Aquarium), but you will likely have to catch a bus to the station given its distance from the hotel. Another option is to take a cab to the train stop or back to the airport to catch the train from there...