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Community Events, Food & Recipes, Lifestyle talk, Mid Town

At the Centre of It All with DelSuites Short Term Rentals

March 19, 2013

A bustling mid-town location, DelSuites Republic short term rentals is situated in the hub of midtown Toronto’s Yonge and Eglinton neighbourhood. With a robust population of young professional 20-somethings, the area has been unofficially dubbed “Young and Eligible”, but it shouldn’t be easily dismissed as only suitable for the youthful hipster crowd. The area is home to numerous corporate offices, restaurants, pubs and a variety of nightlife to please every person’s autheDining in Midtown Torontontic style.

And while Republic’s midtown Toronto extended stay suites’, guests will discover a wide-range of local eateries, shopping and entertainment venues within walking distance, those that can’t get enough of Toronto’s downtown core, have easy access to both the subway and 24-hour bus routes.

Within the Yonge and Eglinton community’s pedestrian-friendly setting, the diversity of restaurants is a global culinary exploration. From continental cuisine at North 44 (2537 Yonge St.) to Il Sogno’s (1993 Yonge St.) Italian fare; the range of menu offerings are a foodie’s culinary dream. Even if you’re more at home in your own kitchen, Republic is a short walk from The Health Butcher (298 Eglinton Ave. West), which offers a wide selection of organic meats and poultry along with fresh produce and other healthy grocery options.AlleyCatz Jazz Bar

Beyond the budding food scene, Republic’s location means that live music and entertainment is around the corner. Whether you prefer the soulful vibe of Allycatz Live Jazz Bar (2409 Yonge St.) or a more organic (re: loud) listening experience at The Rose & Crown (2335 Yonge St.), you’ll find it all and more at one of the city’s most revered music stores, Vortex (2309 Yonge St.). And just for laughs, Absolute Comedy (2335 Yonge St.) features a regular line-up that includes both up-and-coming comics and seasoned comedians.

When you’re in the mood for shopping, fashion-minded guests have the choice of well-known Canadian brands including Le Chateau (2300 Yonge St.) or trendy locally based designs from Heidi Ho (2591 Yonge St.) or Honey (460 Eglinton Ave. West). It’s this eclectic blend of fashion offerings that contribute to the unique style sense of local residents.

Amidst the hustle and bustle of Republic’s mid-town location, DelSuites extended stay guests’ will also discover a range of amenities. From salons and spas to tailors and dry cleaners, you’ll find that this central location makes it easy to locate those simple everyday essential services that will have you feeling like you’re right at home.

 

 

 

 

 

Downtown Toronto, Food & Recipes, Lifestyle talk, Uncategorized

When Staying with DelSuites Furnished Rentals Toronto, Enjoy A Culinary Adventure

February 28, 2013

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.

St. Lawrence Market 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. bigstock-People-Eating-And-Socializing--3572416

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.

Bon Appetit!

Etobicoke, Food & Recipes, Lifestyle talk, Toronto Family Travel

Discover Your Nuvo Lifestyle:: DelSuites Furnished Apartments Etobicoke

November 1, 2012

With vivid murals, colourful plantings and wide-bricked tree-lined streets, Etobicoke boasts many lively, small community-oriented neighbourhoods, while still offering many of the conveniences of city living. It’s also where you’ll find the elegantly furnished rentals of Nuvo.

Situated at the intersection of Dundas and Kipling at 25 Viking Lane, Etobicoke ON, M9B 0A1, this 22-story building is just steps away from both TTC and GO Transit stations, which offers residents and guests easy access to both Toronto’s downtown area as well as Lester B. Pearson International Airport.

With accessibility to international travel, Nuvo furnished rentals in Etobicoke offers a prime location for business travelers who favour a pedestrian-friendly atmosphere.

From Asian cuisine to Middle Eastern fare, the streets of this Etobicoke neighborhood are packed with ethnically diverse restaurants, cafes and bistros.

Whether you sit down to a traditional Turkish meal at Anatolia (5112 Dundas Street West) or pick up take-out on your way home at Gohyang Sushi (5096 Dundas Street West), it’s possible to discover a new favourite food at virtually every meal.

When it comes to shopping, Nuvo’s neighborhood offers an eclectic blend of family-owned shops, such as gourmet markets as well as practical services including dry cleaning, all within walking distance of the building lobby.

But on those days when you have a little more shopping time to spare, you’ll discover that it’s a short travel distance from Sherway Gardens mall (25 The West Mall). From Pottery Barn to Holt Renfrew, Sherway  Gardens is home to more than 200 upscale stores making it a must-visit destination for style and design savvy shoppers.

Along with a bevy of neighborhood dining and shopping options, the community surrounding this location also features a variety of arts and cultural festivals through out the year.

Whether you’re a fan of history, the arts or local sports, guests with families will not be short on entertaining events that will have you experiencing the unique offerings of this diverse area.

Whether you’re traveling for business or pleasure, you’ll enjoy exploring the community that awaits you while you stay at DelSuites short term rentals in Etobicoke at the Nuvo building.

Downtown Toronto, Entertainment, Food & Recipes, Lifestyle talk

Living within Your Element at Your Furnished Apartment in Toronto :: DelSuites

September 26, 2012

When it comes to downtown living in Toronto, finding a pedestrian-friendly residence is the key to getting to know your neighborhood.  At Tridel’s Element building, DelSuites’ furnished apartments in Toronto are a comfortable place to call home, but it’s the walkability of the surrounding area, that makes this building a prime location for virtually anyone who’s open to exploring the city centre.

Element Furnished Suites in Toronto

When it comes to the practicality of everyday life, Element, located at 20 Blue Jays Way, Toronto ON, M5V 3W6, is close to downtown grocery stores including Fresh and Wild (69   Spadina Avenue), financial institutions and public transit, offering guests the ease and accessibility to essential conveniences the moment they step out their door. Featuring one and two bedrooms suites, families and roommates will have more than enough room to make themselves at home.

Animal lovers will find the building’s pet-friendly atmosphere a welcomed accommodation. Although both cats and dogs are welcomed, due to building policies, a number and size limitation does apply.

Along with a rooftop fitness centre and aqua spa, Element also features a rooftop lounge with full access to a catering kitchen, making it an ideal venue for hosting guests during your stay.

Element Party Room

Beyond the convenience of living close to daily essentials, Element’s close proximity to Toronto’s hot spots makes it a favourite for extended stays in Toronto. From prime restaurants, entertainment venues and shopping destinations, Element’s got it all within walking distance of the lobby’s front door.

While your suites kitchen is fully equipped, get your morning off to an even better start with a gourmet coffee from Senses Bakery(328 Wellington Street West). Whether you linger over a latte and read the morning news or grab a shot of espresso for a quick java jolt, the café offers a satisfying selection for your morning, midday or evening meal.

Senses Bakery

Whether you’re a runner, walker or enjoy inline skating, Element’s proximity to parks and the lakefront allow you to maintain your active lifestyle.Fashion-conscious shopper’s staying at Element offers you regular access to Toronto’s Underground Walkway, a haven of boutique shops and flagship stores.

While the Elements short term rentals in Toronto  features close proximity to the Roger’s Centre, it makes it a natural choice for sports fanatics looking to catch a Toronto Blue Jay’s or Argonauts game or two, film buffs will be thrilled to discover that the TIFF Bell Lightbox is nearly as close.

But if live theatre, dance and music are more to your liking, you’ll discover your well within walking distance of tops performance venues including Roy Thompson Hall and the Royal Alexandra Theatre.

At night, diners can enjoy an evening stroll over to 488 Wellington Streetand sitting down to cocktails and dinner at the always-delicious Marben.

Marben Dining

Although you may not be calling Toronto home just yet, Element, makes it possible to have all the comforts of home close by as you explore all that this dynamic city has to offer.

Food & Recipes, Lifestyle talk, North York

Dining at its best in the midst of North York

May 3, 2012

Searching for restaurant options when staying with DelSuites in North York is an easy, not to mention delicious opportunity for you to learn about the area.

When you find yourself living in a new place, such as the Avondale’s location, knowing where to begin may be a task that’s just too much to stomach. Before you scan the North York skyline for the nearest Golden Arches, wander the tree-lined streets this of friendly community and you’ll quickly find Italian, French along with a multitude of exotic flavors, right outside your front door. As a guest of our furnished apartments, we offer up some local eateries that promise to satisfy your appetite without resorting to the standard fast food fare.

As you depart your suite, a popular destination for your morning meal, the Café Mirage Grill & Lounge(4841 Yonge Street) offers a tasteful dining experience that offers an all-day brunch menu (until 6 p.m.). Choose from breakfast options that boasts generous portion-sizes and offers a selection of omelettes and crepes as well as classic bacon and eggs.

With private dining rooms for hosting small or large social functions, Auberge du Pommier (4150 Yonge Street), has been serving modern French cuisine for nearly three decades. Offering seasonally-inspired dishes, the restaurant recently added a $25 two-course lunch menu, which also makes it the perfect option whether you’re dining with clients, family or friends.

Nestled among tree-lined streets, your apartment at Avondale is the optimal destination offering the benefits of city life within a picturesque residential neighbourhood that you will be comfortable enough to call home. Whether you’re sitting down for an intimate dinner, gathering for after-work drinks with friends or picking up take out, your next food adventure awaits within a dynamic North York neighbourhood.

For more information on our Avondale building and to learn about it’s neighborhood amenities, click here.