Best Toronto-Bloor Yorkville holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in Toronto-Bloor Yorkville
Sky Suites YorkvilleLocated in city of Toronto, Sky Suites Yorkville offers an on-site fitness centre. This self-catering accommodation features free WiFi and overlooking the city. Royal Ontario Museum and the district of Yorkville, filled with high-end shops and restaurants, are both within 850 metres.Book now
Presidential Yorkville Suite by Instant SuitesIn the centre of Toronto, located within a short distance of Royal Ontario Museum and Queens Park, Presidential Yorkville Suite by Instant Suites offers free WiFi, air conditioning and household amenities such as a microwave and coffee machine. Private parking is available on site.Book now
LUX Junior Suite at Yorkville ☆☆☆☆☆In a central area of Toronto, located within a short distance of Royal Ontario Museum and Queens Park, LUX Junior Suite at Yorkville ☆☆☆☆☆ offers free WiFi, air conditioning and household amenities such as a microwave and coffee machine. Private parking is available on site.Book now
Instant Suites - Stunning Designer Studio in YorkvilleRight in the heart of Toronto, situated within a short distance of Royal Ontario Museum and Queens Park, Instant Suites - Stunning Designer Studio in Yorkville offers free WiFi, air conditioning and household amenities such as a microwave and coffee machine. Private parking is available on site.Book now
Windsor Arms HotelA European-inspired spa, 2 restaurants and free WiFi are all featured the 5-star Windsor Arms Hotel is centrally located in the city of Toronto. The Royal Ontario Museum and Yorkville Avenue shopping district are both within a 5-minute walk.Book now
The Yorkville Royal Sonesta Hotel TorontoSurrounded by art galleries, fine restaurants and stylish boutiques in Toronto's Yorkville district, this hotel offers enjoyable facilities and unique dining options, including a seasonal patio lounge. The hotel is located across the street from the Royal Ontario Museum, a 2 minutes' walk from the University of Toronto.Book now
The Anndore House, part of JDV by HyattBoasting an on-site restaurant and lounge, the Anndore House is located in downtown Toronto. It is just a minutes' walk from bustling Yonge Street, 5 minutes' walk from the chic Yorkville neighbourhood, and 350 metres from the restaurants and bars of Church Street.Book now
Toronto, Canada’s largest city, stretches from Lake Ontario to the world-famous Niagara Falls and is the destination of visitors from all over the world year after year, who not only want to discover the country’s magnificent nature, but also experience one of Canada’s most vibrant and interesting cities. Our Apartments in Toronto are located in almost every part of the city, so we recommend you take a look at our portfolio. We provide you with authentic private apartments, so that you can feel like the local city dwellers during your well-deserved vacation. Comparable to couchsurfing in Bloor Yorkville, Toronto, you will live in comfortably furnished and extremely affordable vacation homes, but with much more comfort and privacy: After all, you will only share the apartment with your loved ones and not with other guests. Take a closer look at our apartments in Bloor Yorkville, Toronto, for example, and you will be amazed at the variety of details you will find on our pages. Reserve your apartment in Bloor Yorkville or in other parts of the city now, e.g. a private apartment in the Gardens District, Toronto.
In the historic city center: Apartments in Bloor Yorkville, Toronto
Apartments in Bloor Yorkville, Toronto, are a good choice if you want to explore the city from its historic center: In 1830, Joseph Bloor founded the small village of Yorkville, where the yellow bricks that are typical for the firehouse on Yorkville Avenue and other historic buildings were first produced. Breweries such as the Joseph Bloor Brewery or The Severn Brewery were also built. Around 1960 Yorkville became the center of the Canadian hippie movement and Neil Young, Joni Mitchell and Gordon Lightfoot started their way to international fame. In cafés like The Myna Bird or The Purple Onion, people listened in fascination to the musicians or writers who presented their works. The years that followed brought great changes: the once cozy Yorkville became not only a district of Toronto, but the neighborhood was upgraded with new housing developments, designer shops, galleries and finally the great Village of Yorkville Park. In 2008, The Bloor Street, with its exclusive shops, was even ranked among the ten most expensive shopping streets in the world by Forbes Magazine. Today it is the link between Yorkville and downtown Toronto. As you can see, an apartment in Bloor Yorkville, Toronto, is one of the best ways to get to know one of Canada’s most interesting cities, for example, by walking.
On the shores of Lake Ontario: private apartments in Bloor Yorkville, Toronto
Sights, restaurants, clubs, designer shops, second-hand shops, bookstores and many other opportunities are available around your private accommodation in Bloor Yorkville, Toronto. Some of the architectural-historical highlights include The Heliconian Hall on Hazelton Avenue or The Church of The Redeemer on Bloor Street West. Also famous architects like Frank Gehry or Mies van der Rohe have left their typical signature in Toronto, e.g. the Art Gallery of Ontario (Gehry) and the Toronto Dominion Centre (v.d. Rohe). If you want to go out, you will find many hip clubs and discotheques as well as cosy pubs and restaurants where you can meet nice people and enjoy good food in the vicinity of your private apartment in Bloor Yorkville, Toronto.