Fine for a quick overnight trip. Nothing remarkable. Older facility. There was variety at the breakfast buffet but nothing tasted very good, better off going someplace else if that's an option. At least it wasn't expensive.
We decided in a stopover in the Toledo South/Perrysburg and chose the Holiday Inn Express. Great choice. New, clean, great bed and comfortable accommodations. Hot breakfast with choice of meats and hot and cold cereals and breads. And the staff, EACH AND EVERY ONE, were cordial and great to deal ...
The room needed a bit of maintenance. Closet door was off the track, tub drain was loose, nothing big. Very clean, the waffle iron with the free breakfast is great.
This place could be a good place if it provided what it says on the website. We got housekeeping once per week. They did as little as they could. The breakfast was sorely lacking. Unfortunately the hot tub was out of order while we were there. But, I have to give the maintenance staff kudos as they were trying to get things in order. I like the style of the property. It's like having your own apartment.
We stayed here six nights and enjoyed every bit of it. The room was perfect, the staff did an awesome job cleaning the room. When we accidentally had glass break on the floor, the gentleman from the front desk came up and personally made sure it was all cleaned up so we didn't cut ourselves. The hotel needs to be rated at least 3 to 4 stars!
Nice lady at the office. Clean room with microwave and fridge. Some noise from the highway. Comfort meets the price.
Hotels in Toledo, Ohio, place guests conveniently near Sandusky and Detroit. Fun water experiences like the historic ship S.S. Willis B. Boyer, the resort island Put-In-Bay, and the famous Cedar Point amusement park are close to many hotels Toledo. An economic hub located on Lake Eerie, Toledo has plenty of hotel options including budget and executive suites. Docking at River Side Marina places guests arriving via boat near the Hilton Toledo and Ginos Kozy Inn.
The SeaGate Convention Center on Jefferson Avenue hosts concerts, meetings, sporting events like the National PAL Boxing Championships, and stage performances.
Guests at hotels Toledo are conveniently located near many quality restaurants. Enjoy fine dining at Table Forty 4 on Monroe Street, or have a more casual experience restaurants like Tony Packo's Cafe or the Real Seafood Company on Main Street.
Tour the Toledo Museum of Art and discover why Toledo is known as the "Glass City." The Glass Pavilion is only one of the museum's exhibits.
Southwyck Shopping Center, The Shops at Fallen Timbers, and The Town Center at Levis Commons are a few of the major shopping centers near Toledo hotels. For boutique shopping, visit Toledo's downtown area. Gift shoppers will find unique items at Garden Smiles.
The University of Toledo Rockets and the Lordes University Gray Wolves play a full schedule of men's and women's sports. The Bowling Green State University Falcons play only 25 miles away. Baseball fans can attend a minor league Mud Hens game at Fifth Third Field.