Howard Johnson Hotel Toronto Yorkville
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Located just minutes from the bustling centre of the Yorkville-Bloor Village, the Howard Johnson Hotel Toronto Yorkville is the ideal base for exploring the sights and attractions in the surrounding area. Visitors looking for a cultural break have a great choice of museums and galleries to discover, including the Royal Ontario Museum just 1km away, and travelling around is easy with great public transport links just one block away.
Each of the rooms in the Howard Johnson Hotel Yorkville are designed in a stylish manner and include everything guests may need for a completely comfortable stay. All standard rooms come with free Wi-Fi, a spacious en-suite bathroom, air conditioning, a hairdryer and ironing facilities. All rooms in the hotel are non-smoking.
Guests wishing to enjoy a more active stay can take advantage of the onsite fitness centre at the Howard Johnson Hotel Toronto Yorkville, which is free to use. There’s a 24 hour reception desk for guests arriving in the early hours, and the Rise and Dine breakfast rooms for early morning meals.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Non-Smoking throughout the hotel
- 24 hour front desk
- Lift to all Floors
- Air Conditioned Public Areas
- Multilingual Staff
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Air Conditioning
- Non Smoking Rooms
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Cable/Satellite TV channels
- Gym Free: No
- Name: Toronto Pearson International Airport
- Distance: 24 kilometres
- Nearest Airport Name: Toronto Pearson International Airport Distance: 24 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 338 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Hotel needs reno
Stay Date: 08/2017, TomS1970 wrote this review.
The hotel is in a great neighbourhood, but it is urgent need of renovations. There are broken windows, chipped paint and peeling fake wood everywhere. The beds are nice, and the A/C works great. Breakfast is very basic...muffins, yogurt and cereal… See more
The hotel is in a great neighbourhood, but it is urgent need of renovations. There are broken windows, chipped paint and peeling fake wood everywhere. The beds are nice, and the A/C works great. Breakfast is very basic...muffins, yogurt and cereal. Collapse
Terrible Service - Housekeeping Walked Right into our room
Stay Date: 08/2017, brennalea wrote this review.
I will start by saying that having read the reviews, I wasn't bothered by the fact that this was an older hotel in need of some major updating. We were in town for a wedding, and basically just needed a place to crash. The price was the most affordab… See more
I will start by saying that having read the reviews, I wasn't bothered by the fact that this was an older hotel in need of some major updating. We were in town for a wedding, and basically just needed a place to crash. The price was the most affordable around, but wasn't really that inexpensive. I still paid about $100 with all the taxes in, and that was on a super discounted on-line deal. First, the check in time is incredibly late. We had to be to the wedding by 4:30, and the check in is at 4pm. We called ahead in the morning to see if it would be possible to check in early. They said they couldn't guarantee it, but we could come anyway, and maybe something would be available. Because we would have to be leaving the hotel by 3:15 to get to the wedding on time, we decided to risk it. When we got there, the woman at the front desk said she still didn't know, but thought she would know in "a few minutes - but a few minutes could be 15 or an hour." I understand the check in time is there for a reason, but really, you have to give people a yes or no, and I've never been to a hotel where they couldn't let me in early with a head's up. So she recommended we go park our car and then come back. So back and forth we go. A word on parking. The hotel's paid lot will cost you $29 overnight. We parked underground next door at the mall/whole foods parking deck and it was $14. When we came back in, she said that we could get into our room. So we finally did. As others have said, room was outdated, but bed was comfortable and everything was clean enough. However, the big thing I've attached a photo of, is that the hairdryer needed to be plugged in, but was mounted on the wall in such a place that the cord did not reach an outlet. Honestly, that seems like such a major oversight, and something that's easily fixable. In the morning, we got down for breakfast at 9am on the dot - assuming they would be doing weekend hours because it was the long weekend Monday. We did get food, but coffee was already put away. Luckily some is in the front lobby, though, so that was fine. Continental breakfast was good. Pastries seemed fresh, and there was some fruit. But then the big issue, which just really bothered us. We went back upstairs and were taking showers when housekeeping walked into our room far enough to see my husband in the shower. I don't know if they knocked and we just didn't hear because we were in the bathroom, but we obviously hadn't checked out so I don't know why they were in our room yet, and there were many other signs that we hadn't left - lights were all on, TV was on, clothes and bags still very visible on the table. She only had to open the door a crack to figure that out. So we were very upset and unsettled by that moment, not only because it was embarrassing, but because first we felt like they didn't want us to check in, and then, when we still had two hours before check out, we felt rushed out. I won't stay here again, and really, it would be very worth the extra money to stay somewhere else. Collapse
Needs and urgent renovation
Stay Date: 08/2017, Lluis wrote this review.
The hotel is old. The rooms are big and the beds are confortable but everything is old. The hotel needs a renovation. The breakfast is basic and free. The neighbourhood is good, located on Yorkville area, five minutes walking from the subway station … See more
The hotel is old. The rooms are big and the beds are confortable but everything is old. The hotel needs a renovation. The breakfast is basic and free. The neighbourhood is good, located on Yorkville area, five minutes walking from the subway station St George (green and yellow lines) and Museum (yellow line). I choosed this hotel for the price. Collapse
Stay Date: 07/2017, EricaFarina wrote this review.
The main thing about the hotel is the location. It is in the best place in Toronto. I had the opportunity to stay 2 times at the hotel, at the beginning of the trip and at the end. Luckily or unlucky, I do not know, the first room was infinitely bett… See more
The main thing about the hotel is the location. It is in the best place in Toronto. I had the opportunity to stay 2 times at the hotel, at the beginning of the trip and at the end. Luckily or unlucky, I do not know, the first room was infinitely better than the second. The first we had minibar (indispensable in trips with child) In the second, no! The first one we had great closet, the second did not. The first one the wi-fi worked perfectly, in the second it did not work! The room where the morning shower is served could be arranged differently. People seem to pack up so they can have coffee. The breakfast is good. What, for me, needs to improve and much, is the cleanliness and the kindness of the employees. Collapse
Musty, dilapidated room in great location
Stay Date: 07/2017, bbmf4 wrote this review.
The location is outstanding. The pricing is very reasonable. The free breakfast was very good. Too bad the bathrooms were totally run down with cracked paint. Worst of all, the room had a very musty odor
The location is outstanding. The pricing is very reasonable. The free breakfast was very good. Too bad the bathrooms were totally run down with cracked paint. Worst of all, the room had a very musty odor Collapse
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