The Peridot Suite
1 bedroom + den + sofa bed, 2 bathroom, suitable for up to 6 people
Looking to rent a hotel in Toronto? Average prices in the surrounding area per night for a 1 bedroom suite, range from $250-400$ per night plus your applicable taxes. The reason you are visiting this website is to seek an alternative. You get a bigger area to roam in your robe, kick back and relax.
This 1 bedroom plus den, 2 bathroom, washer and dryer in suite, full kitchen so you can cook your meals and save some extra money, balcony when the hubby upsets you and you need some air, 42″ LCD TV and all the finishes that define beauty. You will enjoy exclusive access to condo amenities. Brace yourself for a view of the city you can only imagine. You get both the city and lake view.
Step outside and forget about the car. You are within walking distance to the Rogers Centre, CN Tower, CNE, Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Union Station, Air Canada Centre, Entertainment District, Fashion District, grocery stores, restaurants that will leave you with a taste from out of this world and a whole lot more. This location is nestled between the Gardiner Expressway and Union Station, CityPlace is a very accessible area. The area is also serviced by the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC). Experience Toronto the way you only dreamed of.
Be sure to visit a few of the places listed below:
Art Gallery of Ontario
Black Creek Pioneer Village
Canadian National Exhibition
Canada’s Wonderland in Vaughan
Centreville on Toronto Island
Hockey Hall of Fame
Ontario Science Centre
St. Lawrence Market
Your suite awaits you. Welcome to Toronto!!
Starting from $190 – $395 per night
“My super business trip to Toronto!!!”
Once I booked my space at the Royal Winter Fair as an exhibitor, I had to plan a hotel stay for at least 12 nights for myself (coming from Italy) and a colleague. After a long search on the web for rates and hotel location, exhausted I typed “apartments in Toronto”… and there it was, Duane’s Condo!
Perfect, 5 minute walk from the Fairgrounds (Exhibition Place), new modern building, well equipped (kitchen appliances and washer/dryer), underground garage, 5 minutes from downtown Toronto for shopping and dining!
It made my business trip so much easier, wake up at decent hours, breakfast, pack lunch (no need to eat Fair food all the time!), no rush hour to get to the Fair, no drama for parking being able to choose whether to eat at home in the evening or go out, and at the end of the day (12hr 9am to 9pm are long) it was really like going home… not to a depressing hotel room, amazing!!!
And thank you Duane for getting back to me promptly with any question I had, I will definitely be in touch for my future business trips to Toronto and the 2013 Royal!