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August 2012

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Director of Sales, Elle Crane, Leaving After 13 Years of Service

August 30, 2012

Elle Crane

We would like to announce today that Elle Crane will be leaving the company after 13 years of dedicated service.

Since being hired in May 1999, Ms. Crane has played a pivotal role in creating and growing the company to its award-winning position.

In addition to managing sales, Elle developed and managed key national accounts through partnering with affiliate Corporate Housing companies and building a strong network of providers across Canada.

General Manager, Dan Henderson said, “The distinction of DelSuites’ quality of Toronto furnished apartments and personalized service, derives from the dedicated efforts of people like Elle Crane. She has made a significant contribution to our company’s success during her tenure.  We wish Elle continued success in her new career with Oakwood as a Supply Chain Manager for Canada.”

DelSuites has begun recruitment efforts to employ a new Director of Sales and to continue the growth of the company.

 

Customer Service Experience, Lifestyle talk

Extended Stays Toronto and the Customer Service Experience

August 29, 2012

Customer Service is an integral part of our job and our guests feedback is important to us.

Below is a thank-you card from one of our past guests’ for the quality of service and care that we provided throughout her stay, in her furnished apartment in Toronto.

Our committment is to ensure our customer’s experience is enjoyable!

We would love to hear from you! Share your DelSuites experience by sending your feedback here.

 

Lifestyle talk

Explore the City…While Residing In Your Furnished Apartment Toronto

August 24, 2012

Did you know that in 2011, Toronto welcomed nearly 10 million visitors from around the globe? According to Tourism Toronto, business and leisure travelers as well as friends and family of Toronto residents are among the three types of visitors.

From singles to couples to young families, these days many travelers are also opting for accommodation alternatives to hotels such as DelSuites furnished apartments in Toronto, not only for the added conveniences but also the level of affordability that will suite a variety of budgets.

Rich in history and culture,Toronto also offers an array of budget-friendly and high-end activities and tourist attractions from professional sports to theatre to cultural festivals and events. When it comes to accommodating your stay, DelSuites’ short term rentals in Toronto are an accessible option whether you`re new to the city, a long-time resident or simply hosting guests from out of town.

Whether you’re touring Toronto for the first time or rediscovering your hometown, here are four destinations that will get you out and about during your stay with DelSuites furnished rentals inToronto.

Toronto’s Distillery District

Distillery District

Situated in the heart of Toronto`s downtown core, in recent years this historic community has become a mecca for artists, artisans, theatre and restaurants. A pedestrian (or bicycle) friendly neighbourhood makes it a family-friendly destination that will keep everyone easily entertained. Attend on weekends and explore one of the many festivals and events that take place throughout the year.

While restaurants are abound, the Distillery`s close proximity to St. Lawrence Market means you`ll have plenty of reasonable dining options and selections of fresh groceries from fish mongers to fruit farmers and everything in between.

Beaches

Toronto Beaches

With several kilometers of sandy beach, beach volleyball nets, playgrounds and picnic areas, the Toronto Beaches are a natural summer destination for anyone looking to escape the heat.

Take a relaxing stroll along the boardwalk which spans a kilometer stretch along Lake Ontario`s glistening shoreline. Whether you take a dip in theLake or board a watercraft, the Beaches offer plenty of activity for all ages.

For shoppers and foodies, a short walk north to Queen Street offers a wide array of local shops and restaurants that are not only popular among residents but also offer unique gift ideas for travelers.

 

Evergreen Brickworks

Evergreen Brickworks

Bringing together nature and culture in a community-focused setting, Evergreen Brickworks is a great way to explore the city`s local offerings under one roof. Located in the heart of Toronto`s Don Valley, this public space is home to garden market, farmer`s market and art installations as well as hosting environmental exhibits and special events.

During the summer months, weekly film and pizza nights in the BMO Atrium and Chimney Court, respectively, round out the evenings while the winter months are filled with skating at Koerner Gardens and other cooler weather activities.

While you are welcome to explore Evergreen Brickworks on your own, for a nominal donation ($5 is suggested) you can take advantage of a tour that will get you familiar with each of the individual areas.

Toronto Island

Centre Island

A 10-minute ferry ride ($5 return trip) from Toronto`s bustling downtown and you`ll find yourself in the peaceful serenity of the Toronto Islands. Comprised of three major islands, eight islands with names and several without, but each offers a unique experience. Among the more well-known, Centre Island is home to Centreville, a family amusement park that features rides such as a historic merry-go-round, bikes, paddleboats,  in-line skating rentals and plenty of room for picnicking. Ward and Algonquin Islands feature historic cottages dating back to 1920 alongside more modern dwellings, while Hanlan`s Point is a quiet retreat that`s also home to Toronto`s famous haunted lighthouse.

 

 

 

Downtown Toronto

Coming Soon – Three Hundred Joins the DelSuites Program

August 21, 2012

Located in the heart of Toronto’s Entertainment District, Three Hundred Front Street West will be joining the DelSuites program September 2013.

300 Front Street – Under Construction

Situated at Front Street West and Blue Jays Way, DelSuites will offer an exciting lifestyle for everyone. With the Air Canada Centre and Rogers Centre within a short walk, you will be at the centre of some of Toronto’s greatest entertainment venues.  Key attractions include Toronto Eaton Centre, Nathan Phillips Square, St. Lawrence Market and the Hockey Hall of Fame to name just a few.

With Union Station close by, you have access to a major transportation hub.

300 Front – Tranquility Whirlpool

With state of the art amenities including rooftop infinity pool, steam rooms, theatre room, fitness centre and billiards room and so much more,  you will be pampered from the time you arrive to the time you depart.

Three Hundred Front Street West is an energy efficient and environmentally friendly Tridel condominium. A LEED® candidate, registered with the Canada Green Building Council to pursue certification by the LEED® Green Building Rating System, the most recognized certification system for high performance “green” buildings in North America.

With so many things to do, Three Hundred Front Street West is in a true ‘class of its own’ and in the centre of all the action.  A perfect location to experience all the different elements that create the beautiful city of Toronto.

For more information on 300 Front, click here.

300 Front- Building Rendering

 

Customer Service Experience, Feedback and Reviews

DelSuites Recommended on Tripadvisor

August 17, 2012

Tripadvisor is a free travel guide that assists customers with travel information, posting opinions of travel related issues and engaging in interactive travel forum.
Its the world’s largest travel website.

We are proud to announce that DelSuites has been recognized and recommended on this amazing platform!

For more information, visit DelSuites 270 Wellington St West #518, Toronto, ON M5V 3P6. (416) 296-8838.