Apartment for rent from € 65/day in TorontoName/Address:
Why book an expensive room,when you can book a fully furnished one bedroom apartment at a fraction of the cost?
Well furnished one bedroom apartment in downtown toronto.close to subway and public transport,financial and entertainment district. Facilities include high speed internet connection, landline for unlimited calls, cable tv, fully furnished kithcen. The building has swimming pool, laundry facility etc.
This 1 bedroom apartment in the dynamic neighborhood of Downtown Core (Central), Toronto sleeps 5 guests. The apartment has 1 single beds and 1 bathrooms
Enjoy fast internet access with complimentary WiFi.
For your convenience, the apartment is equipped with amenities like Bed Linen & Towels, Kitchen, Wireless Internet, Internet, Cable TV, TV, Parking Included, Air Conditioning, Washing Machine, Pool, Elevator, Balcony, and Outdoor Space
C$ 500 security deposit will be collected upon check-in and returned upon check-out.
Check in: 11:00
Check out: 11:00
Please inform the host your estimated arrival time to ensure a smooth check-in process.
Pets are not allowed in the apartment
Smoking is not allowed in the apartment
About Downtown Core (Central)
Vibrant and energetic, Toronto’s downtown core is the busy financial hub of Toronto. A stylish vertical city with brand-new condominiums towering over neat, strollable streets, downtown core effortlessly maintains the corporate-to-chic balance. Young urbanites who call this home enjoy the neighborhood's lively atmosphere of traffic, people and street noise. For the residents of Toronto's downtown, a quiet suburbia is frighteningly boring.
Living in this compact, city's core is attractively convenient for busy, weekday warriors. Toronto's bike share program makes it easy to get around the city without owning a car or borrowing your neighbor's. Monday movie nights happen in the building next to you. The inevitable grocery run is quick and painless since this involves walking out your front door. Those too busy to cook gravitate to foodie mecca St. Lawrence Market or to Dundas Street West, Toronto's original Chinatown.
Amidst the financial and residential towers, the sci-fiesque Royal Ontario Museum sits prominently in its angular glory along Queens Park. CN Tower, once the world's tallest free-standing structure is a short walk away and an even shorter tram ride away. Summertime brings Torontonians and tourists to the Harbourfront Centre for festivals, world beat concerts and outdoor markets. Come Christmas, this revitalized waterfront transforms into winter wonderland with a (free!) ice-skating rink.