October 05, 2018

Toronto hotel described as “refugee hostel” slammed with bad reviews

Sheila Gunn ReidRebel Host | The Gunn Show

In one of his first campaign promises, Justin Trudeau vowed to bring in 25K, and then up to 50K, Syrian refugees in just a few short months. But Trudeau is more of a preener, and less of a thinker.

In the rush, refugees had to be housed in Canadian hotels, and it didn't go well - not for the refugees, the hotel guests or the hotels.

Kids were neglected, housekeeping staff was sexually harassed Bibles were vandalized - you get the idea.

You can see all of our exclusive coverage of the mayhem this caused along with supporting documents at RefugeeInvestigation.com.

After we shared those reports though, people wanted to know which hotels these things were happening in, so I found out.

In two previous reports, we shared the names of various hotels in London, Ontario, Kitchener and Ottawa and today, we have three more to tell you about, one of which was slammed with so many bad reviews, there’s just no way to share them in only one video!

The first hotel in our list is the Windsor Travelodge now known as The Windsor Holiday Inn Express, and the next is the Studio 6 in Toronto, and the one that was slammed is the Toronto Plaza Hotel.

Unfortunately, as we reported previously, the absence of bad reviews on TripAdvisor, does not necessarily mean an absence of bad behaviour.

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commented 2018-10-08 21:02:59 -0400
commented 2018-10-08 19:57:52 -0400
commented 2018-10-08 19:57:41 -0400
Nice tourist attraction..
commented 2018-10-08 14:09:28 -0400
3)The guests described how difficult it was to speak to Management and they persisted until finally they were able to voice their complaints and demand a partial refund – three days out of a seven day vacation was ruined…initially, the resort offered to give guests three day free stay at their next booking. This of course was unacceptable, eventually, the guests were refunded 3 days on the existing booking. Flights alone to this beautiful island were $1200.00 at that time (economy). The per day cost of staying at the resort was quite expensive. Who would want to spring for another flight in order to get three days free at some point in the future!!!!
In the reviews, many guests said they would have booked at another time had they been informed of the situation in advance; others said they could have organized a stay at another hotel for three days and return when the resort was back to normal.
commented 2018-10-08 14:08:48 -0400
2)You are wrong about hotel disclosure.
I will give you an example. Five years ago, I traveled to a high end resort in Grenada a few months after it opened. Two weeks after my trip, I went to the Trip Advisor site to post a very positive review. I was surprised to see many negative posts from guests who stayed there the following week. The crux of the matter was, management didn’t inform guests many areas of the resort would be closed to guests so that promotional material could be filmed and photographed. Hired models and actors were working with professionals. Guests were told, sorry, the pool is closed during shooting, the restaurants you wanted to try are off limits until the filming is complete, sorry the beach is being used…ultimately, the resort was held responsible when the guest experience was constantly being negatively impacted.
commented 2018-10-08 14:07:41 -0400
Trying again to post what my original comment said. I will break up the comment to see if it will save properly.
Space Moose:
1) Wow, so you are siding with hotels who are still taking in illegal migrants and trying to pull the wool over the eyes of paying guests… add to that, you chastise Sheila for reporting on the truth. What a weird position to take.
commented 2018-10-08 13:59:13 -0400
Wrong again Space Moose. Go and stay at one these shitholes and report back how it feels to have hotel staff and the government deliberately put you in harms way. Most people don’t appreciate being duped, I guess you are in the minority.
I had a much longer comment to you, the site was stuck in saving mode and it wouldn’t post.
commented 2018-10-08 02:20:47 -0400
Hotels are not obligated to disclose anything that is not illegal. So it is bad enough that these refugees ruin these hotels. Now you want the hotels to disclose that they took in refugees, which will lead to less people wanting to go to these hotels? Seems pretty contrary to running a business.
commented 2018-10-07 15:03:52 -0400
IMO, Hotels should refuse these contracts and sit back to watch what Trudeau will do next.
commented 2018-10-07 15:01:29 -0400
Wow Moose, you don’t think hotel managers across the country didn’t tell each other what happened when Trudeau’s Syrians caused such destruction previously?!! IMO, hotels have an obligation to let consumers know they have turned into a migrant hostel where the animals have taken over the zoo. These reasons include health and safety; other guests being disturbed by noise and people knocking on their door looking for free stuff etc…some have slept in their car to get away from it all.
So, while Trudeau should shoulder his share of the blame, the hotels are complicit and should be blamed too.
commented 2018-10-07 12:30:19 -0400
I don’t think the hotels intended for the refugees to be that destructive. Blame Trudeau.
commented 2018-10-06 23:46:29 -0400
I appreciate the truth of the matter. Obviously, the hotels are being dishonest with consumers…that’s on them. The least these hotels could do is post on their website and again at check-in area the facilities are being used for refugees, then, people can decide for themselves if they want to book there.
So, when Market Place does a feature on Canadian business or industry which fleeces consumers, are they being sued? I don’t hear of any cases to support your theory Space Moose. Worrying needlessly and posting here is a waste of time!
commented 2018-10-06 11:48:11 -0400
Muta Ween….I just refreshed my memory with Connie’s Biography. What a true and sad story.

Melissa Chen’s story is almost as sad, and what she likely went through near the end.
In Connie’s Story, the Hotel Chain paid 2 Million dollars damages; while in Melissa’s case the ACCOMPLICE IN THE CRIME WAS TRUDEAU and nothing will happen to him, the same with his GROPING incident.
commented 2018-10-06 10:33:28 -0400
Space Moose , Have you ever heard the name Connie Francis?
I don’t want to see any unsuspecting single business woman or even a group of females arriving at a hotel with no security to protect them.
If a hotel chain cannot provide security and conveniences commensurate with their reputation ,then the public has the right and obligation to inform unsuspecting customers of the inherent problems.
commented 2018-10-06 04:00:46 -0400
Sheila is giving these hotels a bad name.

This is even worse than the time Faith Goldy set up a Muslim refugee snitch line.
commented 2018-10-06 03:13:38 -0400
Space Moose what makes you think they had to? And people have the right to know about stuff like this or every bad review could be a lawsuit.
commented 2018-10-06 03:07:03 -0400
Space Moose the truth is not a crime, what can they sue her for??
commented 2018-10-06 02:23:16 -0400
Sheila, you are taking this WAY too far. I don’t like this refugee hotel housing. But you are damaging the reputations of these hotels. It is bad enough that the hotels have to put up with the refugees. And now you publicize the names of these hotels.

I can already picture all of these hotels getting together to sue the rebel. And then the rebel will have to panhandle us to have money to hire a lawyer. AGAIN.
commented 2018-10-05 23:41:01 -0400
The Hotel owners don’t care..because they are getting paid premium prices from us..through The Grand Imperial Wizard trudeau..

IMHO The only way this massive invasion is going stop is if President Trump takes over Canada in a paperwork hostile takeover and applies American Laws…

trudeau and all of his crew and followers don’t give a sh!t about Freedom..Liberty and a true Democracy…They hate everything that our heritage fought for..
commented 2018-10-05 21:47:01 -0400
I notice a few of the Hotel-Motels were in London Ont.,a fairly nice City. It would be a great show if Menzies would interview some of the normal people, (not Trudeau’s night drunks and teenagers) and get their reaction to the Border Jumpers or Refuges in their town, if the MSM even reported it.
commented 2018-10-05 20:42:19 -0400
The Hotels & Motels knew what they were in for. Lets add up the money these owners get, while understanding they are usually only 50% full on a given night. (except for peak holiday times.)

500 Border Jumpers
Average Family =4 people
That gives them 125 Rooms X $125.00 = $15,625.00 PER NIGHT X 90 days =
$1, 406,250.00 for only 90 days. Guaranteed Money, and the Govt will pay for damages.
These owners knew what they were doing, and I was quoting US rates, Canada’s are much higher, especially in a City.
commented 2018-10-05 19:30:04 -0400
Think of the Islamic Bed Bugs you would meet. Did anyone ever see a Pakistani Roach? Thy grow to 6 cm long….lol.
commented 2018-10-05 19:23:51 -0400
Since 9/11 – IN THE NAME OF ISLAM (SATAN): 36,107 Attacks, 233,811 Killed, 313,455 Injured that we know of
commented 2018-10-05 18:30:37 -0400
I wonder how many virtue signalling progressives will avoid these places because of this?
I doubt even one of them would put their money where their mouths are.
commented 2018-10-05 18:29:01 -0400
Peter Netterville agreed but if the owner voted Liberal then too damn bad for them.