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Hotwire Hotel: 3.5* Toronto (Mississauga) Delta Meadowvale


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4-star hotel in Lester B. Pearson Intl Airport YYZ listed for $53. Our 4-star hotel suppliers include:

Intercontinental, Hyatt, Omni, plus other top brands and quality hotels.

Airport Shuttle

Fitness Center

Pool(s)

Restaurant(s)

Business Center

High-speed Internet Access

3.5-star hotel in Mississauga for $59 same as above.

Our 3.5-star hotel suppliers include:

Hilton, Millennium, Crowne Plaza, plus other top brands and quality hotels.

Fitness Center

Pool(s)

Restaurant(s)

Business Center

High-speed Internet Access

Spa Services

Children's Activity Program

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The 3.5* is a match for the Delta Meadowvale Resort and Conference Centre so that would be our best guess. The 4* has not yet been identified and the amenties are fairly common for an business-airport hotel, but if i had to guess i'd think the Renaissance would be a possibility (but am more confident in the Delta guess)

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  • 2 weeks later...

That cheap 4* hotel at the airport was the Hilton, HOWEVER, it just got demoted to 3.5* due to customer complaints (including mine). Because of that, you'll no longer see a cheap 4* out there, but don't be afraid of it being more expensive; you'll likely get the Sheraton Gateway, which is EXCELLENT! I got it one time, and I don't regret paying that little extra for it. I got put on the Club floor, because they needed my originally assigned room on the 6th floor.

I'm not sure how the first room I was given at the Hilton could be considered 4-stars, it was rather dilapidated, the bed was OLD, and the bathroom had a SHAMPOO DISPENSER in it! Not to mention a rude housekeeper and hair all around the bathtub. I complained about all the above I was moved to a 'Deluxe Room' which was definitely of 4-star quality!

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That cheap 4* hotel at the airport was the Hilton, HOWEVER, it just got demoted to 3.5* due to customer complaints (including mine). Because of that, you'll no longer see a cheap 4* out there, but don't be afraid of it being more expensive; you'll likely get the Sheraton Gateway, which is EXCELLENT! I got it one time, and I don't regret paying that little extra for it. I got put on the Club floor, because they needed my originally assigned room on the 6th floor.

I'm not sure how the first room I was given at the Hilton could be considered 4-stars, it was rather dilapidated, the bed was OLD, and the bathroom had a SHAMPOO DISPENSER in it! Not to mention a rude housekeeper and hair all around the bathtub. I complained about all the above I was moved to a 'Deluxe Room' which was definitely of 4-star quality!

I've got a flight out this weekend and I'm considering booking a hotel but I don't think it's the sheraton gateway (which I want) because it's $54. However, it is a 4 star in YYZ.

I just booked it (business, hi-speed, pool, exercise, shuttle & restaraunt) for $54 on the 14th of September 4* and it was the hilton.

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Well, you should be getting a letter from Hotwire soon, just like I did:

Dear cober6711,

This email is regarding your hotel booking in Mississauga, Hotwire

Itinerary Number xxxxxxxxxx.

Thank you for your feedback about your recent stay at the Hilton Toronto

Airport. We sincerely apologize that the hotel did not meet your

expectations. Customer feedback helps us ensure that our properties

continue to meet the high quality expectations we expect from all of our

partners. After receiving feedback from you and other guests, we

re-evaluated the Hilton Toronto Airport and have adjusted the star

rating to 3.5-stars.

Please accept our apologies along with 25.00 HotDollars, which we have

added to your Hotwire account under ***@***.com. You can use

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The 3.5* is a match for the Delta Meadowvale Resort and Conference Centre so that would be our best guess. The 4* has not yet been identified and the amenties are fairly common for an business-airport hotel, but if i had to guess i'd think the Renaissance would be a possibility (but am more confident in the Delta guess)

Please use this HOTWIRE link to begin any purchases you make.

Let us know what you decide to do and how it goes or if we can be of further help.

The 3.5-star hotel in Mississauga for $59 was the Delta Meadowvale Resort and Conference Centre. The hotel was perfect for my needs.

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This hotel is ok but is hardly an airport hotel. Its several miles from the entrance to the airport and although it may seem close on a map it is fairly far because it is on the west side of the airport and you have to go around the entire airport as the entrance is on the east. Further more the stretch of highway (401) might be the most travelled road and is the only highway to Mississauga road from the airport. This could take 45 min. or more during rush hour. I cant believe this hotel is considered an airport hotel...what a shame.

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