Cute Downtown Unit In Heart Of Toronto


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2 Gäste, 1 Schlafzimmer, 1 Bett, 1 Badezimmer
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** Guests can quarantine here
** Paid parking available across the street and we provide full instructions
** Check in is 4:00 pm but on your arrival day we let you know as soon as the cleaners are done
** We will send someone to help if you have large bags
** Otherwise it's Self Check-In
** Food deliveries can come right to the unit door
** High Speed Internet (500Mbps+)
** Washer / Dryer
** Big TV with Cable, Netflix
** Check-out at noon available for $50, otherwise 10:00 am

Die Unterkunft

***CN Tower*** ---------------------------------------> 2 minute WALK
***Drake’s House***----------------------------------> 30 minute UBER
***Raptor’s Home Court***--------------------------> 12 minute WALK
***Royal Ontario Museum (The ROM)***-----------> 10 minute UBER
***Rogers Centre*** aka ***Sky Dome***----------> 2 minute WALK
***Art Gallery of Ontario***--------------------------> 7 minute UBER
***Day Trip to Niagara Falls***-----------------------> 1.5 hour UBER
***Entertainment District***-------------------------> 5 minute WALK
***Casa Loma***---------------------------------------> 18 minute UBER
***St. Lawrence Market***----------------------------> 7 minute UBER
***City Hall and Nathan Philips Square***----------> 8 minute UBER
***Eaton Centre***------------------------------------> 8 minute UBER
***Distillery District***--------------------------------> 8 minute UBER
***High Park***-----------------------------------------> 11 minute UBER
***Toronto Islands***----------------------------------> 30 minute TIKI ferry
***Ontario Science Centre***------------------------> 18 minute UBER
***Hockey Hall of Fame***----------------------------> 3 minute UBER
***Graffiti Alley***-------------------------------------> 10 minute UBER

Luxury modern fully furnished suite, fantastic master bedroom with comfortable queen size bed, fully equipped kitchen including dishwasher. In suite washer/dryer and fully stocked bathroom facilities. We provide makeup wipes, cotton rounds, and Q-tips for all our valued guests.

Cozy, spacious and inviting, you’ll feel at home in this luxury 1 bedroom 1 bathroom suite which offers a stunning view of the city as well as affordable parking nearby. Perfect for the solo traveler, couples, groups, families and those in town for business.

The master bedroom includes a queen sized bed and a large closet.

The living room is great to sit and relax.

I have full sets of sheets and duvets for all beds.

The unique suite includes free FAST wireless high-speed internet (we splurged on the 500 Mbps wireless connection), a TV and HD cable.

For your convenience there are always ample fresh towels, shampoo, and conditioner. Also there is an iron and stand.

As usual, if there is anything we can add to make your stay more comfortable we will do everything that we can.

This comfortable suite has everything you need to make you feel right at home.

Here are some reviews that some of our most recent guests have left us:

“This place is amazing. My 8yr old daughter and I stayed here for a few nights and it was absolutely perfect! Mark came to meet us and was very friendly, showed us exactly where to go, gave us tips on places to see in the area and let us know if we needed anything to message. It was super clean, best views of downtown by far and great location for us as we walked everywhere we needed to go (Roger’s Center, Ripley’s Aquarium, CN Tower, Harbour Boat Tours and markets, restaurants, etc). I can’t say enough good things about this place, I hope when we come back next year to catch a couple more ball games that it will be available again because I would love to stay here again. Thanks for hosting us!”

-5 Star review from Cj from Moose Jaw, Canada

And one more that we are particularly fond of:

“Mark is a very nice person, he offered to help with our bags up. Once we made it to our condominium, we were greeted by a beautiful room with an amazing view of downtown Toronto, and arguably the best view of the CN tower in the city. The room was very clean and everything was easy to use. Mark explained everything to us and showed us around the condo letting us know about everything. The condo was a walking distance to all the places downtown and tourist sites. If you’re looking for a place to stay while in Toronto with good prices and amazing views, you’ve found it with Dorothy and Mark!”

-5 Star review from Diler, North Providence, RI

We like to take time with the extra details in our apartments. This condo has been designed so that every room is airy and pleasant to be in, with a focus on having ample natural light until the moment the sun goes down.

Toronto, the capital of Ontario, is the largest city in Canada and also one of the most diverse. It's home to a dynamic mix of tourist attractions, from museums and galleries to the world famous CN Tower and, just offshore, Toronto Islands. And just a short drive away is the magnificent Niagara Falls.

You’ll will find no shortage of things to do, from the vibrant Entertainment District, featuring the latest musicals and fine dining, to the historic Distillery District, home to unique shops and restaurants with al fresco dining, all set in incredibly restored buildings.

The city center is relatively easy to navigate, with many of our top attractions within walking distance of each other and a subway system to cover longer distances. If you are visiting us in winter, head indoors to explore the extensive network of underground walkways that connect shopping, entertainment, and attractions. In summer, wander along the beautiful waterfront and enjoy the beaches and parks.

Below, please find a comprehensive list of all the attractions you’ll have access to!

***CN Tower***
Toronto's famous landmark, the 553-meter CN Tower, is one of the city's must see attractions and also the most impossible to miss. Towering above the downtown, this Canadian icon can be seen from almost everywhere in the city. You have the option of simply appreciating the building from the ground, or taking a trip up to one of the observation areas or restaurants for fabulous views over the city and Lake Ontario. The CN Tower, built between 1972 and 1976, was once the tallest freestanding structure in the world, but has long since been surpassed.

The highest viewing area on the CN Tower is from the Sky Pod at 447 meters above the city, with views that, on clear days, extend to Niagara Falls and New York State. To get here requires taking two elevators. Below this, at the top of the main elevator is the LookOut level at 346 meters, with floor-to-ceiling windows and the new Glass Floor, which looks down to the original Glass Floor, one floor below, where the Outdoor Sky Terrace is located. As the name suggests, the Glass Floor offers a bird's-eye view directly down over the city.

For those looking for a little more adventure, or perhaps a lot more adventure, there is the "Edge Walk." This involves a hands-free walk on a 1.5-meter-wide ledge around the outside edge of the main pod, at an elevation of 365 meters. Participants are attached to a safety harness and rope.

Located at 351 meters is the revolving 360 Restaurant, featuring fine dining and some of the best views from a table anywhere in Toronto. 360 is open for lunch and dinner, and visitors who dine here also receive complimentary access to the LookOut and Glass Floor levels of the tower.

***Royal Ontario Museum (The ROM)***
The Royal Ontario Museum, known as the ROM, is one of Canada's premier museums, with an international reputation for excellence. It houses an outstanding collection, which covers natural history, art, and culture from a great variety of periods from all over the world. It is also well-known for featuring exhibitions from across the globe.

A controversial expansion in 2007 saw the addition of the Michael Lee-Chin Crystal, a modern wing featuring glass and sharp angles, added on to a very traditional older building. It's now one of Toronto's most recognizable buildings.

***Rogers Centre*** aka ***Sky Dome***
Immediately adjacent to the CN Tower is Rogers Centre, a massive domed sports arena and home to the Toronto Blue Jays (MLB). The unique design includes a retractable roof, which slides back, allowing it to be opened in favorable weather. This mega-structure was completed in 1989 and can accommodate tens of thousands of spectators and is also used as a venue for other major events, including concerts. The center also offers one-hour guided tours with a behind-the-scenes look at the facility.

***Art Gallery of Ontario***
The renowned Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) is one of the largest museums in North America. The collection of more than 95,000 pieces includes works from around the world, from European masterpieces to contemporary art, but also holds an impressive collection of Canadian Art, including a vast collection of works by the Group of Seven. A series of temporary exhibitions are mounted throughout the year.

The AGO occupies a unique looking building, with a mix of older and modern architecture, on the west side of the city center. Next to the AGO is the hard to miss Ontario College of Art and Design, standing high above the street on stilts designed to look like pencils.

***Day Trip to Niagara Falls***
If you have never been, a quick day trip from Toronto to Niagara Falls is well worth the time. You can be standing on the edge of the falls in just over an hour.

A tour to Niagara Falls from Toronto is an easy way to see the falls if you don't want to drive yourself. Tours offer hotel pickup and drop-off and include a Hornblower Niagara Cruise, which takes you up close to the wall of water tumbling that is the main Horseshoe Falls. Tours also stop at some of the key sites in the area, including Whirlpool Rapids, the Floral Clock, and the beautiful little town of Niagara-on-the-Lake.
***Entertainment District***
Toronto's answer to New York's Broadway, the Entertainment District comes to life in the evenings. This is the place to come to see major theater productions with the latest shows and musicals, concerts, and other performing arts. You'll also find a full range of dining options and places for socializing, as well as hotels. The main center of activity in the Entertainment District is along King Street.

***Casa Loma***
Standing in beautifully kept grounds, Casa Loma is an extraordinary building somewhat reminiscent of a medieval castle. It was originally constructed in 1914 for Sir Henry Pellatt, an eccentric Canadian multi-millionaire who was among the first to recognize and exploit the money-making potential of Niagara Falls.

With close to 100 rooms, including three dozen bathrooms, the house is now a museum. Visitors can take a look back in time to a period of European elegance and splendor. Canada's foremost castle is complete with decorated suites, secret passages, an 800-foot tunnel, towers, stables, and five acres of estate gardens.

***St. Lawrence Market***
The St. Lawrence Market houses a variety of vendors selling various food products, flowers, and specialty items. The St. Lawrence Hall was built in Toronto in 1850 and served as a public meeting place and a concert venue. The hall was restored in 1967 but has retained much of its old charm. The building provides a unique atmosphere for the market and is also occasionally used for film and television shoots. The interior features a grand staircase and a gas-lit chandelier.

***City Hall and Nathan Philips Square***
Dominating the spacious Nathan Philips Square with its bronze sculpture, The Archer, by Henry Moore, is the still highly acclaimed new City Hall. It was designed by the gifted Finnish architect Viljo Revell and built in 1965. City Hall consists of two arc-shaped high-rise blocks, 20 and 27 stories high respectively, wrapped around a lower central building topped by a flattened cupola.

In the square in front of City Hall is a man-made pond, which becomes a popular skating rink in winter and is where the often photographed Toronto sign is located. This is a beautiful area to visit in December, particularly at night, when it's decorated for the Christmas holidays.

***Eaton Centre***
The huge Eaton Center mall is located at the north end of the Central Business District. With its own subway station, this ultra-modern shopping complex extends over several blocks and is continually being renovated and enlarged.

Strangers can quite easily lose their way in the bewildering maze of department stores, specialty shops, boutiques, restaurants, cafeterias, and snack bars, which crowd the different levels above and below ground. The original Eaton department store opened in Toronto in 1869 and grew into an enormous retail business.

***Distillery District***
Toronto's Distillery District is a restored historic area, which has been transformed into a trendy entertainment and shopping district. Charming boutiques, galleries, artists' studios, and restaurants fill the old buildings. This is an interesting place to come during the day or evening and any time of year.

A variety of entertainment events are held here, but one of the most well-known is the annual Toronto Christmas Market. Wooden stalls all decorated for Christmas sell unique gifts; a huge Christmas tree stands in an open square; and cozy outdoor areas are set up, often with couches and large fire pits to gather around. Restaurants offer outdoor dining despite the cold, with heat lamps and lap blankets. Hot chocolate is always readily available at this time of year.

***High Park***
High Park is a huge green space with sunken gardens, hanging basket gardens, nature trails, natural ponds, and streams. The 165-acre country property, originally owned by the Howards, was deeded to the City of Toronto in 1873. This deed came with the stipulation that the park was to remain "for the free use, benefit and enjoyment of the citizens of Toronto and it be called High Park."

Other things to do and areas of interest in the the park include swimming and wading pools, playgrounds, picnic areas, and a scenic train tour. The grounds also include 19th-century recreated gardens, a Coach House, and the Howards' Tomb.

Annually, the Canadian Stage Company puts on a performance at the open-air theater in the park during the months of July and August, known as "Shakespeare in High Park."

***Toronto Islands***
The ferry trip from Queen's Quay Terminal to the Toronto Islands, about a kilometer offshore, is the prelude to a thoroughly enjoyable outing. There are lovely walks on the islands, as well as the opportunity for rowing, sailing, swimming, and other outdoor activities. In summer, the Toronto Islands are the venue for numerous open-air events. In favorable weather, there is a stunning view of the Toronto skyline.

The Centreville Amusement Park is located on Centre Island, one of the Toronto Islands, and features a variety of children's rides. The Toronto Islands Ferry Service runs from Queen's Quay and travels to each of the main Toronto Islands.

***Ontario Science Centre***
The Ontario Science Center is a family-oriented attraction with many interesting exhibits to entertain children. It occupies a site overlooking the Don Valley, about 10 kilometers northeast of the city center.

Designed by the virtuoso architect Raymond Moriyama, this modern building was completed in 1969. Visitors to the center are brought face to face with the latest developments in technology, telecommunications, optics, biology, physics, space travel and meteorology, and much more, all presented in an absorbing and imaginative way. The emphasis is very much on visitor participation, with many interactive displays and widespread use of suitably installed computing and other equipment.

***Hockey Hall of Fame***
For hockey fans, a trip to the Hockey Hall of Fame in downtown Toronto is a necessity. This is the place to learn about the all-time hockey greats: the players, the teams, and the games. It also offers a chance to see the Stanley Cup, along with a collection of important memorabilia, and an interactive display allows you to test your own hockey skills.

***Graffiti Alley***
This long alley in Toronto will look familiar to Canadians who have watched the long running TV comedy series, Rick Mercer Report. This is where he filmed his controversial news rants. Even if you have never seen this show, this is an incredible area that seems to go on forever. Tourists love coming here, posing in painted doorways and windows and taking selfies day and night.

Graffiti Alley runs parallel to, and between, Queens Street West and Richmond Street West from Spadina Avenue to Portland Street.

You can whip up any meal in the fully equipped kitchen.

You’ll have access to all of our pots, pans, cutlery, glasses, mugs, cutting boards, etc., for your tasty creations. The kitchen also holds plenty of storage for any of your own ingredients.

Feel free to use the office to work. Our internet is fiber optic enabled and is one of the fastest in Canada. We purchased unlimited bandwidth, so we don’t care how much you use!

Your room is furnished with a comfy Queen size bed. Like the rest of the unit, your room has large windows to let in natural sunlight.

Full bathroom with a shower. The water pressure is great and I provide all necessities: shampoo, conditioner, body wash, towels, face cloths, etc.

The unit has an in-suite washer and dryer for your convenience.

We’re Ready and Consider Ourselves One of Toronto’s Best Hosts - Book Your Stay With Us While We Still Have Some Availability!..

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Schlafzimmer 1
1 Queensize-Doppelbett
Gemeinsam genutzte Räume
1 Sofa

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Welcome to the heart of downtown Toronto, one of the most vibrant cities in the world. Close to Eaton centre and Queen street fashion district. Easy access to Subway and GO station and others. Grocery store, LCBO, TD bank nearby.

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