The world has felt a lot smaller since the start of COVID-19. There are simply fewer options for how people can spend their time. But Toronto is one of the coolest places on Earth. You shouldn’t u have to resign yourself to a forever quarantine if you want to get out of the house, whether to focus and get work done or just relax. The concept of short-stay hotels makes it easier than ever to get out of the house for a while, and safely.
Everyone is having to adjust their priorities due to COVID-19. Companies and employees are no exception to this rule. While there are certainly pros and cons to remote work, it’s simply going to be part of life for the foreseeable future. Those who are having trouble focusing at home might benefit from working at a day-use hotel in Toronto. Hotels such as Four Points by Sheraton Toronto Mississauga allow people to specifically book their work lounge. This can be the perfect place to knock out some serious work when it’s not getting done at home.
Just about everyone has something stressing them out these days. While it’s hard to change the big picture overnight, it’s still important to provide self-care. This means taking time to relax and recharge, especially if you’re feeling higher levels of stress than normal. Booking a day-use hotel in Toronto can be just the right way to blow off some steam.
There are certain tropes and themes that fit into most people’s idea of a romantic getaway. These typically don’t have anything to do with pandemics or wearing sweatpants every day. Just because things are different doesn’t mean you shouldn’t make the effort to love yourself and those who are important to you. A day-use hotel room can help you achieve this.
No one knows what the future holds. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t seize today. Booking a day-use hotel room in Toronto can help you do this.
A day use room is a room available for early morning check-in and late-afternoon check-out. For example, a popular time band on HotelsByDay lasts from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Generally, day rooms are 'run of the house' - meaning that whatever room is vacant will be assigned to you. If you have a specific room request, we suggest you write on the 'message' section during your booking, or simply request it at check-in.
Yes. The hotel is under contract to keep your room until one hour prior to your day room check-out time.
In principle, you cannot check-out after your listed check-out time, and could be penalized for doing so. However, if you call the front desk and warn them of your desire to check-out later than the time allocated, depending on availability, you may have to pay a small supplement, depending on your desired check-out delay.
You have two options to book with HotelsByDay:
- You can "pay at the hotel" which grants you free cancellation up to the same day.
- You can also select a "non-refundable" booking. This means that you'll need to provide credit card details to book a day room. Once booked, the hotel will not allow us to change the date, cancel, or refund the stay.