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Not really worth the money
Beds were comfortable enough, reception and security were very nice. Only 5min walk from Eaton Centre, Younge and Dundas square, Nathan Philips Square and other downtown attractions - 'gay' district a 15min walk away!
While I understand this is primary a student residence, and it IS cheap for the area it's in, there have clearly not been any real updates to the room since probably the 1960s. There was no TV, or other form of entertainment (in the room or anywhere else). Only 1 electrical outlet for the entire 2-bed room (and 1 in the bathroom right behind the sink). There was only a nightstand for 1 bed, no clock at all, and the desk chairs have to be specially requested if you want to sit down (not on the bed). Worst of all was the bathroom. The shower post (that holds the removable head) kept coming out every time I lifted the shower head, the bathtub had big scratches, the finish had come off the sink counter at some point, meaning every time we used the sink, the dirt from our hands stayed in the basin for our whole stay. The cleaner only comes once a week to do all rooms - I guess we didn't stay during a cleaning day because in our 3 night stay, there was no cleaning of our room. The sink didn't drain properly and held dirty water for at least 15mins, the toilet wouldn't stop draining on a flush. Someone came to look at them, fixed the toilet, but not the drain and left dirty towels (which were our guest towels) on the floor. Our key-cards kept not working, so we'd have to go back downstairs every day. Breakfast was abundant, but not very tasty (though free).
Every staying at Chestnut Residence & Conference Centre University of Toronto has access to many amenities. One of the amenities is a fitness center that has a gym and a workout room, which makes it easy for each guest to stay in shape during their stay. Moreover, this hotel provides access to a game room, a lounge, and a dining hall that offers breakfast and dinner. Other amenities are daily housekeeping, laundry service, free high-speed internet, and a 24-hour reception desk that provides guidance and assistance upon request. Meeting rooms and a business center are available for use as well. This hotel is completely smoke-free and it has facilities for disabled guests.
Each of the air-conditioned rooms in this hotel contains an en-suite bathroom that is full of complimentary toiletries. Also, every room has at least one comfortable bed, soft sheets, and plush pillows. All of the rooms include wardrobes and desks as well.
Chestnut Residence & Conference Centre University of Toronto is close to many tourist attractions and popular landmarks, including Ed Mirvish Theatre, Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, CF Toronto Eaton Centre, and Nathan Phillips Square. Also, this hotel is minutes away from restaurants like Adega, JOEY Eaton Centre, The Elm Tree Restaurant, and Kimchi Korea House, which can be convenient for guests who are looking for a quick bite to eat. Lastly, the closest airports are Toronto Island Airport and Pearson International Airport, while both the St. Patrick train station and the Dundas train station are within walking distance.
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Chestnut Residence and Conference Centre - University of Toronto is located at 89 Chestnut Street in Downtown, 0.2 miles from the centre of Toronto. Nathan Phillips Square is the closest landmark to Chestnut Residence and Conference Centre - University of Toronto.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at Chestnut Residence and Conference Centre - University of Toronto.
Yes, Chestnut Residence and Conference Centre - University of Toronto offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Chestnut Residence and Conference Centre - University of Toronto does not offer free parking.
No, Chestnut Residence and Conference Centre - University of Toronto does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Chestnut Residence and Conference Centre - University of Toronto is 1.8 miles from Toronto Island.
No, Chestnut Residence and Conference Centre - University of Toronto does not have a pool on-site.