The Delta Meadowvale Resort and Conference Centre is located on Mississauga Road, in Mississauga Ontario. This hotel is situated in a commercial/industrial area of Mississauga. The hotel is about a one minute drive from the nearest Highway 401 interchange and about 15 minutes from the nearest Highway 403 interchange.
This hotel offers 374 units comprised of guest rooms, premier rooms, and suites. All units include balconies, televisions with pay-per-view movies and video games, telephones with voice mail, irons and ironing boards, hair dryers, alarm clocks, free wireless Internet access, desks with ergonomic chairs, air-conditioning, and free newspapers.
Premier rooms include more complimentary amenities including free local calls and upgraded June Jacobs bath products. Suites are configured with extra living space, a pull-out sofa, and the free amenities that are included in premier rooms.
Pets are permitted at this property for $35 per stay (restricted to pets under 50lbs). Self-parking is available, on site, for $16.10 per night, while valet parking is $18 per night.
The on-site Quest Restaurant and Bar serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The hours of operation are 6:30am - 1:00am, Monday - Friday, 7:00am - 1:00am on Saturday, and 7:00am - 12:00am on Sundays. In-room dining is also available, daily, from 6:00am - 10:00am and from 5:30pm - 11:00pm.
The on-site recreational facilities include a 165 foot-long water slide, heated indoor salt water pool, heated outdoor salt water pool (seasonal), hot tub, and access to the Meadowvale Health and Racquet Club (exercise facilities, tennis courts, squash courts, and group fitness classes).
Other amenities offered by the hotel include meeting and conference space (including audio-visual services and web/video conferencing), business centre, gift shop, ATM, Spa, and dry cleaning services (extra fee applies).
This hotel is located about 15 minutes away, by car, from the Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ). Mississauga points of interest, such as Square One (shopping mall) and Playdium (arcarde, batting cages, go-carts, and mini-golf), are about a 15 minute drive from the hotel.
Downtown Toronto can be accessed, by car, via the 401 East and the Gardiner Expressway in about 35 - 45 minutes (depending on traffic). Downtown Toronto attractions include the CN Tower, Rogers Centre (home of the MLB's Toronto Blue Jays and CFL's Toronto Argonauts), and the Theatre District (King Street West at Univeristy Avenue). The downtown Harbourfront area and Air Canada Centre (home of the NHL's Toronto Maple Leafs and NBA's Toronto Raptors) are also about 35-45 minutes away, depending on traffic (driving time estimates: Google Maps).
The most complimented aspect of this hotel, among the reviews used for this analysis, was the friendly and helpful staff throughout the property. One guest said that "the Delta seems to be really focusing on customer service and making guests feel genuinely comfortable", while another reviewer said that the staff "continuously surprised me with their hospitality that made me feel special." One guest was impressed when she received a complimentary cheese plate in her guest room, while several reviewers were impressed with efficient check-in process for large groups.
Many guests described their rooms as clean and well-appointed with modern furnishings. Several reviewers also mentioned that their rooms appeared to be recently renovated. A few guests described their beds as comfortable.
Several reviewers found the indoor heated pool, water slide, and fitness centre (including squash and tennis courts) to be added value features.
Several guests were disappointed with the location of this hotel. Some reviewers thought that the hotel was too far removed from other amenities such as shopping and restaurants.
A few guests also thought that the hotel was farther from the airport than they had anticipated. One reviewer complained that this hotel did not offer an airport shuttle service and that cab fare to the airport was about $45.
Some guests found the menu prices too expensive; one reviewer said that he paid $19 for breakfast. A couple of reviewers suggested that the prices were expensive because there were no other restaurants nearby. A few guests also thought that a free breakfast should have been provided.
While several reviewers found the pool and water slide to be value added features (as mentioned above), a couple of guests complained that the pool area was often over-crowded and that there were too many children engaging in unsafe behaviour around the pool.
gave this hotel an average score of 4.3 out of 5.0, with 86% of 44 guest recommending the property.
TripAdvisor.ca ranked this hotel #24 out of 57 properties in Mississauga, based on guest reviews.
Hotels.com gave this property an average score of 4.3 out of 5.0, from 66 reviews.