Browsing Category

Business Travel

About me, Business Travel, Customer Service Experience, Feedback and Reviews

Guest Services and Short Term Rentals Toronto

July 22, 2015

When it comes to choosing a corporate housing provider in Toronto, you want to ensure a seamless transition from your time of check-in and throughout your stay.

At DelSuites, the 24-7 security and Guest Services department play a critical role in the continued success of our business.

They have the most exposure to our guests and are available to offer assistance where needed.
Watch our video on guest services and short term rentals Toronto to see how they help ease the transition into your furnished apartment Toronto

 

 

 

 

 

Business Travel, Downtown Toronto, Downtown Toronto Condos, Lifestyle talk, Relocation

Reasons Your Company Should Consider Toronto Executive Rentals

July 14, 2015

Toronto Executive RentalsToronto is the financial center of Canada and as a result, has many hubs for companies in banking, technology, consulting and real estate. If you’re considering sending your employees to work in Toronto –consider DelSuites for accommodation options. Here are a few reasons why DelSuites can make a difference for your employees and why you should consider Toronto Executive Rentals.

1. Cheaper than a Hotel.
The average cost of a hotel room in Toronto is about $150 per night. The average cost for a fully furnished suite via DelSuites is about $125-$130 per night for a 1-bedroom suite (Prices and inflation are subject to change). The cost of a hotel downtown close to the financial center only increases where the price at DelSuites stays relatively the same. Many costs at a hotel are extra.010-View-of-the-Dining-Area

2. All-Inclusive Rates.
Unlike a hotel, we have taken care of all of the costs for you. No surprises. Our rates include wireless internet, cable, housekeeping and parking (at most suburb locations). Our suites also have en-suite laundry unlike many hotels, where there is no laundry and dry cleaning would be extra.

3. Convenience.
All of our properties are located near or in the city centres, which will make it convenient for your employees to adapt to their new area. Our properties are also located near main subway and Go Transit lines to make it easy for your employees to commute from the office to home. The majority of our properties are equipped with amazing facilities such as fitness centers and swimming pools so your employees don’t have to worry about finding a fitness center during their stay in the Greater Toronto Area. Our properties are also located041-The Convenience of Living Directly Beside Kipling Subway Station near great restaurants and shops should your employees and our guests find they want to explore their surrounding area after work. We have listed our favourite places here on our blog as an added value to our guests. All you have to do is enter the keyword of your city in the search box to find what you’re looking for.

4. A Temporary Home Away From Home.
All of the little things that many people have to worry about when relocating or moving to a new city like Toronto are taken care of for you through DelSuites. Your employees walk into a fully furnished modern apartment, complete with a welcome bag containing a start up supply of snackToronto Executive Rentalss, laundry and dish detergent, etc. In addition, a fully stocked kitchen, ensuite laundry, free wifi, cable TV in both the living room and bedroom. To help settle in, there is a Pre-Arrival Grocery Service available for an extra cost. We will even pick up your employee from the airport and drive them in comfort directly to their building with our airport transportation services.

5. No Taxes.
All of our rentals include taxes. There are no added charges, which makes budgeting easier for your company or HR Department when considering to relocate an employee.

If you are considering sending your employees to Toronto for a project, assignment or relocation, feel free to get in contact with us should Toronto executive rentals be required. We look forward to hearing from you.

Business Travel, Lifestyle talk, Relocation

Corporate Housing for Families in Toronto

June 22, 2015

Corporate Housing for Families Among one of the many misconceptions about corporate housing or executive furnished rentals, one of them may be that they are just be for business professionals or singles. In fact, DelSuites caters to corporate housing for families who stay at our furnished apartments across the Greater Toronto Area (GTA).

If you are arriving from somewhere else, we can ease the transition from your airport arrival into the city, from an airport pickup which makes the travel haul for your family much more seamless. We’ve also taken care of the little details and can arrange a car seat for your infant or toddler and a complimentary Kids’ Care gift upon arrival.

As for your suite, we have many options for living including 2 bedroom suites, ideal for one child families. These Corporate Housing for Familiesproperties -from Oakville to Scarborough–also come with some of these extras: exercise rooms, party rooms, a swimming pool, cleaning services, and a fully stocked kitchen so you don’t have to worry about anything else. In terms of decor, as per your request and availability, we can provide a crib, highchair, playpens, and even babysitting services. If your family includes a pet, our suites are pet-friendly and we can assist you with those needs as well.

If you need more room or want more flexibility, we offer townhomes for those with larger families and/or large pets. Our townhome at our Metrogate property, for example, comes equipped with three bedrooms and is located near a large park. This setting is ideal for corporate housing for families too.

Corporate Housing for FamiliesOur townhome in Oakville is another great example of a property which is ideal for a family. Located in a quiet residential neighbourhood, the townhome includes a fenced in backyard, three bedrooms, and 2.5 bedrooms. If you live in a residential neighbourhood, this will make for an easier transition, whether for the short or long term.

Another great feature of our properties is that they are centrally located in each area across the GTA. We can even provide grocery service if you don’t have the time!

Whether you need to relocate your family or your home has been displaced, let us help you in making your family at home away from home.


Related posts:

10 Family Fun Activities in Toronto
Family Living in Scarborough
Things You Should Know About Working in Toronto

Business Travel, Community Events, Customer Service Experience, Downtown Toronto Condos, Family Vacations in Toronto, Fitness and Health, Lifestyle talk

Advantages to Living in a Furnished Condo

June 12, 2015

Living in a Furnished CondoMoving into a new place or city can elicit both emotions of excitement and anxiety, especially if it is unfurnished. There can be an additional consideration given to decorating your own place. This transition can be fraught with feeling overwhelmed, especially if you are relocating to Toronto or if you have been displaced from your home due to a fire or flood. The advantage of staying with DelSuites is that our apartments and townhomes are furnished in modern decor as with an efficient and practical layout. HereLiving in a Furnished Condo are a few more advantages of living in a furnished condo and what you can expect from our award-winning services:

1. No worries. Having a furnished rental means you are relieved of the worries associated with furnishing. No moving. No worrying about decor or dimensions. No moving costs or having to figure out who will help you move. From airport pick up and drop off to taking care of your family needs, Delsuites makes you feel at home, stress free!

2. Everything is set up for you. Delsuites furnished suites are all designed with modern decor. Everything is set up according to the dimensions of the apartment. This way, if you’re not of a design mindset, we’ve hired the experts to mLiving in a Furnished Condoake sure where you live is comfortable, easy, stylishing and relaxed. You also don’t have to worry about buying anything else because it’s already been done! (Not to mention that your bed is already made for you!)

3. Housekeeping included. One of the big advantages of living in a furnished condo is that if you are busy and on the go, whether you’re an executive or traveling for leisure, is our housekeeping services. Once aLiving in a Furnished Condo week, at a scheduled time, your apartment will be cleaned and tidy. Another bonus is that you don’t have to do your laundry anywhere either. It’s ensuite!

4. Ease of Meeting Neighbours. Since you are located in a property with various amenities like a fitness centre, outdoor deck and swimming pool, or party/billiards room, it is quite easy to encounter and befriend your neighbours. Many of our clients may be in similar situations such as relocation or displacement so it will be easier to bond over these shared situations.

5. All Inclusive Rates. Delsuites has all-inclusive rates so you’ll also get other amenities included in your rental including 24/hour security, an exercise/party room, and with many properties, an outdoor pool or lounge (not to mention being located in central and accessible locations, as per our above points).

Do you like living in a furnished condo, or rental? Why?

Announcements, Business Travel, Downtown Toronto, Entertainment, Events, Lifestyle talk, Toronto Family Travel, Vacation Travel

Upcoming June and July Toronto Events, 2015

June 8, 2015

June and July Toronto EventsThe summer of 2015 is going to be an exciting one in Toronto with a number of special events this year. Many of these events are located in downtown Toronto, centrally located and not too far from your furnished apartment. This is an ideal time to be in the city for your short-term stay or an extended stay. Here are a few of our favourite June and July Toronto events happening this year.

1. North By Northeast Festival (NXNE) (June 17-21, 2015). This festival has gone beyond just music to converge creatives artists into five different event-packed streams: Music, Film, Interactive, Comedy, and Art. Toronto will be a buzz with shows (and secret shows) at concert venues littered across town as well as free concerts at Yonge and Dundas Square. Discover your favourite shows and plan in advance so you can use your pass well.

2. The Toronto Jazz Festival (June 18-27, 2015). If you’re a fan of jazz, you’ll get a choice to hear over 1,500 musicians

June and July Toronto Events

Photo Credit: Mark Watmough

and 350 performances in over 40 locations around Toronto. This year, the festival will celebrate Oscar Peterson’s 90th birthday and welcome back Jamie Cullum to the stage. Festival headquarters are at Nathan Phillips Square, which features a fully licensed Mainstage Marquee and outdoor stage, where you can see some performances for free. It’s always a great way to introduce the summer!

3. Luminato (June 19-28, 2015). Luminato celebrates Toronto’s vibrant arts and culture scene in Toronto, via this 9 day festival across the downtown core and at the festival hub in David Pecault Square. See performers like Jason Collett revive his basement revue; view the imaginary rose garden, a visual arts display; or dance the day away at a Brazilian block party! There are many events everyday, so do check the website to see which one appeals to you.

June and July Toronto Events

Photo Credit: US Embassy Canada

4. Taste of Toronto (July 2-5, 2015). This food event takes over the grounds of Fort York in its second year. Food enthusiasts are drawn to sample dishes from some of the best eateries in the city, including Montecito, Barque, THR & Co., Splendido, Bosk, and Richmond Station. Exciting food events will be on offer, as well, including the Toronto Life Chef’s Table, a series of interactive discussions with chefs; and the Metro Masterclass, a hands-on cooking session from the popular chefs (and a visiting chefs, including Christina Tosi, of Momofuku Milk Bar). The best part? You can walk home from your food coma!June and July Toronto Events

5. Fringe Festival (July 1-12, 2015). This is the best way to see theatre for cheap with over 150 shows at over 30 venues in the city. The shows are performed at unexpected places in the city, as well, from waiting rooms to the back parking lot of Honest Ed’s. Now that there’s Fringe Kids in place, this is also a great way to introduce grassroots theatre to your children.

6. Pan Am/Parapan Am Games (July 10-26, 2015). The most anticipated event for this year, the Pan Am and Para Pan Am games will bring in over 7,000 athletes from the Americas and the Caribbean to compete in 36 Pan Am sports and 15 Parapan sports all over Toronto and within Ontario. If you’ve never gone to the Olympics, this is your chance to see some sports of that caliber as well as many athletic facilities being upgraded in time for the games. Many events surrounding the games are forthcoming, including Panamania, a 35-day arts and cultural festival. Many exciting musicians will be performing for free at Nathan Phillips Square including Janelle Monae, The Flaming Lips, The Roots, and Tanya Tadaq.

What June and July Toronto events are you looking most forward to?