Toronto offers an eclectic array of food and drink from around the world and many great cafes, restaurants, pubs and microbreweries are within steps of your front door of your furnished apartment in Toronto.
Whatever your taste buds are craving, while staying in our furnished suites in Toronto, we are confident that you will find something to soothe your soul or awaken your senses.
Perhaps, begin your Saturday morning at St Lawrence Market, located at Lower Jarvis and Front Street for farm fresh produce, artisanal cheeses and meats and fresh baked breads. Remember, the early bird gets the worm! St Lawrence Market opens at 5 am!
Head to Kensington Market for not to be missed grilled cheese sandwiches, Vegan and Latin cuisine as well as some fantastic shopping. You won’t be far from China Town where you can sample some authentic dim sum and Peking Duck. More shopping too!
For those looking to wet their whistle, Toronto has some of the best microbreweries. From Steam Whistle to Mill Street to Denison’s and many more, you’ll be spoiled for choice.
End your day in Greek Town, Little India or Little Italy, listening to the sounds of old world music while dining on mouth watering dishes.
Depending on the time of year, the city also offers many different events that feature food and drink. Many of Toronto’s top restaurants open their doors and offer prix fixe menus that include appetizers, entrees and dessert from $15-$45.
Head to www.toronto.com for information on this and many other events.
From St. Lawrence Market and the Distillery District to China Town and Little Italy to Greek Town on the Danforth, the city will see to it that you won’t go hungry.
From early morning meetings to late night dinners, no matter where your day takes you, having easily accessible transit can makes all the difference. In fact, when you’re living in a new city, the journey is sometimes as important as your final destination. When it comes to living in a transit-friendly location, Etobicoke’s Nuvo property offers convenient access to multiple forms of public transportation including the Toronto Transit Commission’s Bloor-Danforth subway line, bus and streetcar service as well as GO station on the Milton line.
Situated at the intersection of Kipling and Bloor Street, Nuvo offers both extended stay and short term rental options in Etobicoke and is as close to Kipling subway station as you can get without living at the station.
With weekday morning eastbound service beginning at about 5:45 AM, and continuing every two to three minutes during rush hour commuters can be certain they’ll get their morning train on time. And even during non-peak hours, the subway service runs about every five minutes.
With Nuvo’s close proximity to Toronto’s transit system, guest can relax with the knowledge that they’re always on the best route to their destination. In a city where traffic and weather conditions can change at a moment’s notice, being within walking distance of reliable transportation also makes it that much easier to keep your day right on schedule.
As the most western destination along the Bloor-Danforth subway line, the station is also served by buses from suburban municipalities including Mississauga Transit, making for a hassle-free travel into Toronto’s suburban neighbourhoods. Plus with the added convenience of access to GO Transit’s bus system, day trips with the family or weekend getaways to the outlying picturesque communities including the Regional Municipalities of Halton, Peel and York are made easy.
While some days it feels like you just can’t seem to plan where your day will take you; knowing how you’ll get there can make the journey as enjoyable as your final destination.
DelSuites is proud to announce Anne Bennett and Enid Bigornia, both from the Sales team have successfully completed the CCHP (Certified Corporate Housing Professional) certification examination.
CCHP recognition reflects a dedication to setting the highest standards for professionals in the corporate housing industry and is awarded to those who successfully complete a certification examination. The two-hour, 100 question examination tests three areas of knowledge: operations, financial management and sales and marketing. Nationally recognized subject matter experts and psychometricians worked to ensure the exam’s content and format were statistically accurate and valid.
In becoming a certified corporate housing professional, this will increase DelSuites Toronto furnished rentals in quality of service, professionalism and competitive edge.
“This program will ensure all our team members have an all-round knowledge of Corporate Housing that will help meet the unique and diverse requirements. We are extremely proud that DelSuites is leading the way forward to ensure all the team members are certified,” said Dan Henderson, CCHP, General Manager DelSuites apartment rentals in Toronto.
By selecting a company staffed by CCHP Certified Professionals, clients can trust that they will receive professional and courteous service from a trained, highly knowledgeable and skilled professional. The end result – the perfect housing solution and services that appropriately meet their needs.
Congratulations Anne Bennett and Enid Bigornia!!
With the sub-zero temperatures in the Greater Toronto Area, now’s the time to enjoy the snowy weather by taking part in some of Canada’s favourite pastimes. In fact, Mississauga, a suburban city situated west of downtown Toronto offers plenty to see and do during this time of year. From ice skating and hockey to skiing and snowshoeing, exceptional outdoor recreational activities are conveniently located within a short distance of the City’s centre and DelSuites short term rentals in Mississauga.
Exploring the scenic natural surroundings is an essential part of life in Mississauga. In winter, when the City’s trail system is blanketed in snow, cross-country skiing and snow shoeing are must-try activities that over a picturesque view of the city.
Outdoor public ice rinks are also a wonderful way to enjoy the outdoors during the colder weather season. In fact, Mississauga’s prime outdoor skating venue is at Celebration Square(steps from City Hall) offers open skate times along with rentals throughout the winter season. But if you’re more interested in staying warm, Mississauga’s indoor ice rinks are conveniently located throughout this suburban community.
While hockey fans are thrilled to see that their Toronto Maple Leafs are back in action, the Air Canada Centre isn’t the only place you can catch game time. In Mississauga, the Steelheads regularly take to the ice at the Hershey Centre and when the puck drops, the speed of the game definitely keeps the on-ice action interesting. As an Ontario Hockey League (OHL) team, the Steelhead’s features a talented roster of up-and-comers, offering fans the opportunity to experience the excitement of the game.
Along with being home to the Steelheads hockey club, the Hershey Centre includes SportZone, a public recreation facility that includes indoor soccer, flag football and dodge ball leagues as well as dance and other fitness programs for all ages. It’s also the venue of choice for a wide range of entertainers from pop and classical musicians to comedic performers and children’s entertainers.
Whether you’re visiting Mississauga for an extending stay with DelSuites furnished apartments in Mississauga, even during the colder weather season, there’s plenty of excitement. And while it’s wonderful to settle in to comfort and warmth during this time of year, by exploring all the city has to offer, you’ll find your return home that much sweeter.