Quality Hotel & Conference Centre Oshawa

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1011 Bloor Street East, Oshawa, Ontario, Canada, L1H 7K6
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905-576-5101
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The Quality Hotel Oshawa & Conference Centre in Oshawa is a great a option for anyone heading to the city on business, pleasure or even cycling through.
Our hotel is coveniently located just minutes from downtown Oshawa with direct access to Highway 401, and it's also close to many of the city's main areas and tourist attractions.

The Quality Hotel & Conference Centre in Oshawa has 194 well-appointed guestrooms with free wifi internet any many other amenties.

We also have our own Bloor street restaurant & Lounge onsite. Offering dalil breakfast and more.

Please vist our website for more details: www.qualityhoteloshawa.com

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