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Alexandra Hotel, ON
Best Western Primrose, ON
Bond Place, ON
Bridgestreet Graphic Arts, ON
Bridgestreet Qwest, ON
Bridgestreet Residences, ON
Cambridge Suites Hotel, ON
Comfort Suites City Centre, ON
Courtyard Toronto Downtown, ON
Days Hotel & Conf Center Toronto, ON
Delta Chelsea, ON
Downtowner Inn Toronto, ON
Glen Grove Residences at 736, ON
Hilton Toronto, ON
Holiday Inn, ON
Hotel Le Germain Toronto, ON
Hotel Victoria, ON
InterContinental, ON
Le Royal Meridien King Edward, ON
Metropolitan Hotel, ON
Novotel Toronto Centre, ON
Pantages Hotel Suites Spa, ON
Quality Hotel Bloor Street, ON
Quality Hotel Downtown, ON
Radisson Plaza Hotel Admiral, ON
Ramada Hotel & Suites Toronto, ON
Renaissance Hotel at Skydome, ON
Sheraton Centre Toronto, ON
Sheraton Gateway Toronto Airport, ON
Soho Metropolitan Hotel, ON
St Lawrence Residences & Suites, ON
Strathcona, ON
The Camberley Club Hotel, ON
The Cosmopolitan Toronto, ON
The Fairmont Royal York, ON
The Grand Hotel, ON
The Grange Hotel, ON
The Sutton Place Hotel, ON
The Westin Castle Harbor, ON
Toronto Marriott Eaton Centre, ON
Travelodge Toronto Downtown W, ON
Valhalla Inn, ON


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