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Stayed here to be close to Toronto Rehab.
Location is excellent . Building entrance is hard to see.
It's a multi unit high rise. We stayed in unit 1105 . Compared to the management company Canada Suites, Canada Suites was better( unit 8005) .
We rented a 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment. I will admit that the floors were a bit messed up, old tile that was starting to separate. And the decor is outdated. That being said, this place is PERFECT for a city visit. The location is...More
We visited in October for a birthday trip. We read the reviews and fully understood this was not a hotel. We received instructions after our booking regarding this. We were a bit confused when we entered the building but the security guard was rather helpful...More
Great location, rooms need a bit of updating and cleaning. Good price. Love the kitchen and separate bedrooms, great layout. No tv in the bedrooms either. Internet was good. A paint job and good cleaning is all that is needed.
Definitely a good place to stay for budget-minded traveler. One bedroom apartment with cot, kitchen stove fridge microwave, living room with tv, washer/dryer. Quiet, comfortable and most definitely convenient. Grocery across the street, underground mall a few blocks away, plenty of places to eat. Walkable...More
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Response from Glengrove, General Manager at Glen Grove Conservatory TowerResponded 27 July 2017
Thank you for choosing the Glengrove Suites Conservatory Tower for your stay.
We're delighted that the apartment was to your satisfaction and that the amenities were adequate to ensure you had a comfortable stay.
We look forward to serving you again on your...More
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