MISSISSAUGA, ON -- (Marketwire) -- 03/05/13 -- Staying connected while on the road is important, whether traveling for business or leisure. While the Fairfield Inn & Suites Mississauga, Canada hotel already offers complimentary high-speed Internet access, it's excited to offer guests the opportunity for an upgrade.
With the new fiber Internet service upgrade available, guests can enjoy faster dedicated upload/download speeds and avoid interruptions while streaming music on iTunes, videos on Netflix and Hulu. As a prominent business hotel in Mississauga, business travelers can effortlessly host video calls with colleagues or friends and family on Skype.
Whether guests choose the complimentary Internet service or the paid upgrade at this hotel near Toronto, they'll still enjoy a quality connection that's suitable for everything from social networking to sending emails. The Fairfield Inn & Suites Toronto Mississauga also offers the convenience of free local calls, making it even easier to stay connected when on the road.
The hotel features a number of convenient, business-friendly amenities. In guest rooms, create a work space away from home with a large desk, extra outlets, data ports and two phones. Remote printing capabilities can accommodate last-minute document changes or the need for a few extra copies before a client meeting. The nearby Mississauga Convention Centre draws exhibitions and conferences, but for smaller gatherings, this hotel's 325-square-foot meeting room is available and can host up to 18 attendees. Mornings get a fresh start with a complimentary hot breakfast buffet with grab-and-go items for those on the run. In the evenings enjoy a plethora of dining options within walking distance, including sports bars, Japanese, Chinese, Tex-Mex and more.
While staying connected is important, it's just as important to unplug every once in a while. Burn off some steam at the fitness center, or soak away the day's stress at the saltwater pool. Spend some time (and money) at Square One Shopping Center, where the store directory includes BCBG Max Azria, Crate&Barrel, Coach, Godiva Chocolatier, H&M, Michael Kors, Zara and more. For in-room relaxation, a 37-inch HDTV offers cable and satellite channels, while an iPod deck lets guests control the soundtrack to their stay.
About the Fairfield Inn & Suites Toronto Mississauga
Brand-new and business savvy, the Fairfield Inn & Suites Toronto Mississauga offers comfort and convenience for every type of traveler. With a location near major corporations including Citigroup, DHL, CML, World Visions and government departments, the Fairfield Inn & Suites Toronto Mississauga is a smart choice for visiting colleagues or clients. Its 325-square-foot meeting room can host intimate meetings of 18, while the nearby Mississauga Convention Centre is home to conferences, exhibitions and more. Accommodations feature a fresh design and color palette, work desk, complimentary Wi-Fi, remote printing capabilities, minifridge, 37-inch HDTV, coffeemaker and free local calls. Suites serve as convenient Mississauga wedding accommodations, featuring spacious living areas. Complimentary shuttle service from nearby Pearson Airport is available. Those with their own cars can park for free and then head out to explore nearby Square One Shopping Center, dining and entertainment. Mornings are always good with complimentary breakfast, a workout in the fitness center or a dip in the heated saltwater pool.
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Fairfield Inn & Suites Toronto Mississauga
35 Courtneypark Drive
West Mississauga, Ontario L5W
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