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Bright apartment on top floor of a house. Convenient, cool Dundas West/Little Portugal area. Steps from restaurants, bars, boutiques, transit, groceries, beer & liquor store.
*Non smoking property
NOTE: I live directly below the airbnb apartment.
*one queen size bed, one double air mattress
*fresh bedding and towels
*coffee maker and well appointed kitchen
*shampoo, conditioner, body wash all provided
*hair dryer provided
LOCATION/DESCRIPTION OF APARTMENT:
Close to the best Toronto has to offer! 24 hour transit, boutiques, bars, cafes, restaurants, parks and more.
This is a typical Toronto apartment in a renovated 120 year old house! All modern amenities are available in this 2nd storey suite. Situated on a lovely residential street, the apartment is steps away from both Dundas St. West and Queen St. West - two of Toronto's most interesting streets. A short walk away from art galleries, popular Trinity Bellwoods Park and Dufferin Mall. Almost every type of shopping and food experience can be found in Toronto. Easy public transportation (TTC) choices include the Dundas streetcar, the Queen streetcar and the Dufferin bus that takes you to the subway station.
NOTE: There is one flight of stairs
Zugang für Gäste
Full self contained apartment with own entrance.
Interaktion mit Gästen
NOTE: I live directly below the airbnb apartment
If you need advice on the popular West end of Toronto I can help! I live downstairs and I know food, shopping and art galleries well.
Wether it's advice or something for the apartment I'm close by.
I can provide directions on how to get to the apartment and we'll make arrangements for a tour of the space and to give you the keys.
At the top of the street: Dundas West and Little Portugal are a mix of Portuguese Canadian culture and new cafes, bars and great cuisine. You are a short stroll from one of the city's most popular parks, Trinity Bellwoods. Catch the farmer's market there on Tuesday afternoons.
At the bottom of the street: Queen Street West is one of the coolest streets in the city and according to Vogue magazine, the 2nd coolest street in the world.
Here you'll find Parkdale to the West. A grittier neighbourhood with vintage shopping, boutiques and a large Tibetian community.
Go East and you'll find the Gladstone Hotel and the Drake Hotel to have breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner or drinks and live entertainment. Lots of cafes restaurants and shopping. This is the more gentrified section of Queen Street. Keep walking and you'll find all kinds of independent retail boutiques mixed with chain stores.
-East and West bound 501 Queen streetcar (Runs approximately every 10 mins, 24 hrs.)
-East and West bound 505 Dundas streetcar (Runs approximately every 10 mins, 24 hrs.)
-North and South bound Dufferin bus (until 1:30 am). Take this bus North if you want to go to the subway station
Public transit fares:
Adult $3.00; Post-Secondary Student $3.00; Senior(65+)/Student(13-19) $2.00; Child (12 and under) Free
You can save a bit of money by purchasing tokens, tickets or day passes available at some convenience stores or at subway stations. For more info on taking transit around the city visit
Toronto is easier to travel via public transit, walking or biking. Driving around is not advisable. The city is congested and parking is limited.
If you drive to Toronto, I don't have an extra parking spot but might be able to share mine with you. Let me know ahead if you require this. You need a permit to park on the street or you'll get ticketed.
You can rent a bike through the Bike Share service. This is the fastest way to get around the city.
-Uber is a service where you can pay to be picked up by someone who earns extra money by offering rides. For more info or to download the app visit
*I have never used Uber so can't offer a review of the service
Toronto is very easy to navigate and is more or less a grid. Walking is a great way to see the city. There are lots of lovely residential neighbourhoods, each with their own character, just off most main streets. There are very diverse areas i.e. Little Italy, Greektown, K-town (Korean ), Little India, Chinatown (2) as well as Tibetan, Latin American, West Indian and more!
Again, there is so much good dining, bars, shopping, vintage stores and art galleries fairly close by!
Weitere wichtige Infos
There is one flight of stairs.
No smoking on the property.
No smoking on the property please.
No pets please.
NOT SUITABLE FOR PARTIES
Wenn du bis zu 7 Tage vor deinem Aufenthalt stornierst, erhältst du eine Rückerstattung über 50 %, plus die Service-Gebühren.
Hello! I'm a curator living in Toronto. I love to travel and prefer to stay in the homey atmosphere of an airbnb myself.
What I love about staying in airbnb is living "like a local" in residential neighbourhoods rather than strictly tourist and commercial districts. I also love having a kitchen to relax with tea and keep some local beer, wine or other treats in the fridge to sample.
So as an airbnb user myself I know the amenities that make a stay better than average. I hope I can provide the type of experience you're looking for too!