Toronto Castlegate Inn
219 Spadina Road
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Castlegate Inn, comprised of three adjacent Victorian houses, has 40 units ranging from singles to 1 bedroom suites. The units have either a single twin bed or a single double bed with comfortable all cotton duvets. There is a TV, mini-fridge and microwave and telephone. The units have either single shower bathrooms or bathtub shower combinations.
The Castlegate Inn tastefully furnished rental apartment-hotel suites located in the heart of downtown-Toronto, only steps from beautiful Casa Loma, Toronto's only castle.
The Inn is ideally situated within easy walking distance of Bloor St., Toronto's main east-west thoroughfare.
A very short walking distance from two subway stations (TTC), our apartments-hotels are perfect for a wide range of people looking for short and mid-term stays
A free continental breakfast is served every morning.
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I had a single bedroom in Castlegate Inn. This place has not the basic standards for even short accommodation.
The room was so small and tight that living there was difficult. Every thing is old and sometimes doesn't work, like the heater. I booked and paid online for 7 nights, but I only stayed there 5 nights and I forget about the two nights I already paid and I found new better accommodation with cheaper price, near to subway. The stairs, inside and outside, have very sharp sloop that I hardly could take my suit case to the room.
I never recommend this accommodation. Never book or pay before you see that.
The staff wasn't look friendly, as i decided to cancel after staying 1 night but I was told that you can not get your money back.
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