24 Gibson Street, Parry Sound, ON P2A 1W8
24 Gibson Street Parry Sound ON
Grant Rich said 3 years ago
Stayed in a room on second floor. Room stunk! The sofa was awful, Fridge stank. It was so bad that we just left. Service was good but that's about it. Location is good You pay for what you get. Would not recommend staying there for more than a night
Bhavin Gandhi said 4 years ago
Neat and clean. And very awesome customer service. Our car broke down 35 kms from parrysound and they also came and picked my family, ordered pizza for us and all in theiddle if night. Life savers for me and my family.
Sara Burnside said 4 years ago
This was the worst place I have ever stayed. I stayed for 2 weeks and never once had house keeping come to my door, I had to use the same towels the entire time because they wouldn't bring clean ones to me and i had to buy my own toilet paper soap ect. Because they didn't come to replenish it like any other hotel or even motel for what it's worth. But most importantly they were the most unfriendly people I have ever met I never once seen a smile they never said so much as Hi to anyone that walked into the hotel and during my visit I had my 3 year old daughter and my 1 year old son and they told me I was not allowed to bring them through the fro t door I had to use the back door so that they didn't disturb anyone in the lobby with their noise. (There children for Pete sakes NOT animals)
Terry Green said 3 years ago
I was a little worried about what I was getting into at such a low price, but the room wss really clean and the only noise was the shower. We stayed on the second floor.
Tom Marsh said 3 years ago
A bit cheaper than most motels, it was clean and comfortable. The breakfast was very limited and no real area to eat it. Great location for downtown.
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