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Delsuites Skymark West Mississauga

July 14, 2016

Skymark West MississaugaFeaturing Style and Comfort

DelSuites Skymark West Mississauga has a great location close to the Mississauga Convention Centre and Square One Shopping Centre. These furnished apartments in Mississauga features a private balcony and a spacious separate living area equipped with a DVD player and a TV where you can enjoy more than 100 channels, premium movie channels & HBO. You can even directly order specialty language and sports packages with no additional administration costs applied. The fully equipped kitchen features 4 major appliances including a fridge, dishwasher, stove and microwave.

Our furnished rentals in Mississauga are bright and airy and have a modern design. During your stay the staff at Delsuites will help you with anything you need, ensuring that you are comfortable and well looked after. The facilities also feature a gym and an indoor pool, so that you can stay active and fit during your visit to Skymark West Mississauga. Wifi is available in all of the suites free of charge, which means that this location is also great for business travellers who need to communicate and get work done during their stay.

Modern Convenience

The newly designed suites have a contemporary colour palette and a calm, tranquil feeling. They are decorated with trendy and stylish furniture and modern artwork. The suites also offer a sofa Skymark West Mississaugabed in the living room, so that you can host more people if necessary. There is an in-suite washer and dryer, which saves you the hassle of having to get your clothes laundered during your trip.

The services feature inclusive weekly housekeeping service (based on your reservation) and 24/7 on-call services for emergencies. There is also a 24 hour security personnel as well as controlled building access, so you can count on being safe and secure.

Enjoying Mississauga

This is a location that is ideal for summer travel. There is a lot to do in Mississauga so it will be hard to be bored while you are enjoying this gorgeous area. CSkymark West Mississaugaheck out the spectacular waterfront district at Port Credit, which features a great selection of boutiques, marinas, restaurants and craft shops. If you are travelling with kids they will love Playdium, which is a 40,000 square foot interactive games playground. Mississauga is also a great place for shopping. It is home to Erin Mills Town Centre which has over 175 shops and Square One Shopping Centre which has over 360 stores . It is also where you will find Dixie Outlet, a great place for bargains.

Another great area of Mississauga is Streetsville, which is where the mayor lives. It has a number of interesting shops and restaurants to enjoy. Art lovers can check out the Art Gallery of Mississauga, which has an impressive collection of national and international exhibitions.

The Delsuites Skymark West Mississauga location is ideal for exploring, as you will be close to many of the best attractions. To find out more about the furnished rentals and suites and what they have to offer, or to ask us any questions, please feel free to contact at any time.


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Statutory Holidays in Toronto, 2015

January 15, 2015

Statutory Holidays in TorontoAs we begin the new year, one of our plans may be to organize our schedules to our statutory holidays. As most Torontonians get two to four weeks of vacation on average, stat holidays are a great way to maximize that time whether it’s buying new furniture for your apartment or suite or getting out of the city for the weekend. Here is a list of statutory holidays in Toronto for 2015:

New Year’s Day: Thursday January 1, 2015
If you’re not staying at one of our furnished apartments to watch the specials on television, New Year’s Day is a great way to lounge around and think of your goals for 2015 or plan to go take advantage of January’s winter festivals in Toronto if you have an extended stay in Toronto.

Statutory Holidays in TorontoFamily Day: Monday February 16, 2015
This Monday off is a great way to take advantage of a long weekend or a winter weekend escape just away from the city. You may use this time to get some sun on an island escape or take advantage of the staycation by soaking up local culture or seek out some new restaurants or cheap eats in Toronto.

Good Friday: Friday April 3, 2015
A Catholic religious holiday which extends into Easter Sunday and Monday (check with your employer to see if you get this day off) to extend into a long weekend.

Victoria Day: Monday May 18, 2015
Celebrated on the last Monday before May 25, Queen Victoria’s birthday is an unofficial way to mark the start of summer. The weekend is also unofficially known as “May 2-4.” This is the perfect time to go somewhere near the city (like Etobicoke, Mississauga, or Brampton), explore the city (like watching the fireworks), or planning your next vacation. We recommend these apps if you’re traveling.

Statutory Holidays in TorontoCanada Day: Wednesday July 1, 2015
Celebrate Canada’s 148th birthday in Toronto (maybe relaxing by our pool at 300 Front Street West), or in our Nation’s capital, Ottawa. July also marks the inauguration of the Pan Am Games in Toronto. If you’re embarking on a road trip, can we suggest our Great Canadian Roadtrip Playlist for the ride? It will be an exciting summer for Torontonians!

Civic Holiday: Monday August 3, 2015
Also known as Simcoe Day, which was to honour the first Lieutentant-Govenor of Upper Canada, John Simcoe, this statutory holiday is celebrated the first Monday of every August. August is prime time for a number of festivals in Toronto. Here are our must-dos in Toronto in August.

Labour Day: Monday September 7, 2015
Labour Day marks the unofficial last day of summer, the day before school starts and many companies go into their last quarters of the year. Perhaps, there is a need for corporate housing for executives who are coming into Toronto for an short term stay or an extended stay in the city. Or you want to spend as much time with your family to sStatutory Holidays in Torontooak up the summer rays. Here are our top ten family fun activities in Toronto. September is the lead up to fall and fall activities including our famous Toronto International Film Festival. Here is our guide to Toronto in Autumn.

Thanksgiving Day: Monday October 12, 2015
Thanksgiving Day is traditionally the day we go home to spend time with our families. It’s also a great time for a weekend getaway if you decide to eschew tradition. October is also the mark of low season in places like Europe and the Caribbean if you are planning to travel. Perhaps, it’s time to take that solo trip? Here are our tips.

Christmas Day: Friday December 25, 2015
Christmas Day is a popular statutory holiday. As it falls at the beginning of a weekend, you’ll have the week to prepare for the festivities. Here’s our guide to a hassle-free holiday and our guide to the top shops in Toronto for your Christmas shopping needs.

Boxing Day: SaturdaStatutory Holidays in Torontoy December 26, 2015
Whether you’re braving the crowds at the malls for shopping deals (or some discounted furniture for your apartment or suite) or just staying in to enjoy a day off post-Christmas celebrations, Boxing Day this year will be the ideal Saturday. Another year has come and gone and now is the time to start getting ready for New Year’s Eve!

How do you use your statutory holidays in Toronto? Do you use them as a way to tag on extra vacation time? Or do you use them to maximize a staycation?

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Things to do in Mississauga

October 16, 2014

Things to do in MississaugaLocated less than an hour from downtown Toronto and a half hour from the Toronto International Pearson Airport, the city of Mississauga is also Canada’s sixth largest city. As part of the Greater Toronto Area, many people are relocating here to live and work. As a result of the city’s growth, there are a number of activities and culture to enjoy here. If you are working on the border of the city, this is a great location to consider for corporate housing. Here are just a few things to do in Mississauga that you dont want to miss out on trying.

The Living Arts Centre
Since 1997, The Living Arts Centre has been Mississauga’s central performance venue. You can see a variety of shows here from opera and symphony to drama and dance. The whole family can also explore the arts, crafts, and visual arts studios year-round. LIVE Cuisine restaurant is also on site for pre-performance meals.

6020630352_08e0897a2b_zCelebration Square
Located across from Square One Shopping Centre and City Hall, Mississauga Celebration Square is the central location for free outdoor events. Lounge on the lawn and relax by the interactive water feature (fountains in the summer; an ice rink in the winter). Activities that feature arts, culture, and heritage are celebrated year-round from the farmers markets to the Imagination Park where the whole family can play various games featuring blocks and technology.

Port Credit and Streetsville
These quaint villages add a little flair to the greater region of Mississauga. Streetsville offers historical walking tours as well as regular events like yoga in the square. Popular festivals like the Bread and Honey Festival and the Taste of Streetsville attract locals and visitors alike. By the lake, Port Credit is a seaside getaway from the city. Ride your bike along the trails near the harbourfront, stop for an ice cream at the infamous Diary Cream, or indulge in a nice dinner at Snug Harbour with a lakeside view by the lighthouse.

Square OneShop!
Mississauga offers some of the best shopping in the Greater Toronto Area. From the ever-expanding and central Square One Shopping Centre to outlet malls Heartland Town Centre and Dixie Outlet Mall, there are a variety of choices and prices for all of your shopping needs. Bonus: Our Grand Ovation and Skymark West furnished apartments are a short walk from the Square One Shopping Centre.

Skyzone and Scooters Roller Palace
Not just for kids, Skyzone is the world’s first indoor trampoline park. The park offers an open jump, a SkySlam court, SkyRobics fitness classes, Ultimate Dodgeball (when available) and a Foam Zone. For those who would like to keep their feet closer to the ground, Scooters Roller Palace offers inline and roller skating lessons in addition to all-ages open skates. These are great activities for the whole family!

Cycling and Fitness Trails
There are plenty of trails and parks if you want to get active in Mississauga!

Mississauga is a thriving and expanding community. Whether you’re here for on a project or assignment or simply vacation, it’s a great place to stay within close distance of Toronto and other suburban communities.


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Visit the Beach throughout Your Stay in Toronto

May 8, 2013

At the Beach!While Toronto may not seem like your typical beach destination, as the temperature rises, there’s definitely no shortage of sun, sand and surf. Situated on the shore of Lake Ontario, Toronto’s shoreline is peppered with a variety of sandy beaches, each with their own unique atmosphere. In fact, the city even boasts a community that’s fondly known as The Beaches. So whether you’re living in the downtown Toronto core or a suburban area in your furnished apartment, pack your sunscreen, towel and swimsuit and check out one of these must-see destinations.

Bluffer’s Park (1 Brimley Road South, Scarborough)
Featuring a breathtaking view of Lake Ontario against the rugged backdrop of the Scarborough Bluffs, Bluffer’s Park Beach is a natural haven for picnicking with family and friends or enjoying a quite dinner at Bluffer’s Restaurant. Remember to bring your hiking shoes if you’re up to exploring this geographical diverse area.
HOW TO GET THERE: Travel South on Brimley Road.  The area is pedestrian friendly but public parking is available.

Kew & Balmy Beach (2075 Queen Street East)
One warm weekends, this eastern beach location is heavily populated with a mix of locals and suburbanites who descend on Toronto’s infamous community known as The Beaches. From swimming and beach volleyball to picnicking and playgrounds, this kid-friendly location is ideal for young families. Want a break from the sun and sand? Take a stroll up Lee or Kenilworth Avenue and browse the local shops or tuck into a local eatery for a quick bite.
Beach VolleyballHOT TO GET THERE: Street parking is at a premium, making streetcar transit the way to go (501 Queen Street) to Kenilworth and walk south towards the beach.

Lake Front Promenade (800 Lakefront Promenade Mississauga)
Combining beach and parkland the Lakefront Promenade is a summertime retreat that’s got plenty of activity. From playgrounds that feature splash pads to recreational sailing and boating, this area is also home to an abundance of wildlife.
HOW TO GET THERE: Traveling along the Lakeshore where public parking is available.2012624-Kew-Balmy-Beach-9351

Even if you’re stay in your furnished suite in Toronto isn’t a vacation, you can still make the weekends feel like a getaway by getting out and exploring your local beach community. Who knew that summer in the city offered all the fun of a beach destination? Well, we did and now so do you!


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Get Your Sport On at Mississauga Skymark Wests’ Furnished Suites

May 3, 2013

Skymark PoolFor anyone living an active lifestyle, having everyday access to a golf centre along with tennis and squash courts, is most certainly a dream. Yet Missisauga’s Skymark West furnished rentals brings this dream into reality with so much more including a fitness centre and indoor swimming pool. With a therapeutic whirlpool and sauna rounding out the exceptional list of amenities, there’s hardly a reason for guests to leave this 34-story building unless of course they want to.

Let’s face it, golf is not for everyone, but if a business meeting or charity event means that you’ll be stepping onto a local course, Skymark’s golf centre’s driving cage and putting green gives you the opportunity to practice your long and short game. With the weather in Toronto finally warming up, the idea of getting your fitness fix outdoors is even more appealing and Skymark’s private tennis courts make it easy to do just that. The courts availability is on a first-come-first-serve basis and must be booked in advance.

Even on days when the weather’s not cooperating with your plans, you’ll still be able to stay active inside Skymark’s fully equipped fitness centre. From cardio Skymark Workout Roomequipment to a selection of free weights, the bright and lively nature of this space will help you stay motivated right through your entire training session; we promise.

Whatever the weather, opting for a dip in Skymark’s indoor pool will undoubtedly make you feel as though you’re on vacation; even if you’re not. In fact, the pool offers a family friendly atmosphere that’s the perfect way to beat the heat on a sweltering summer day. Young families may also enjoy a little friendly competition at Skymark’s bowling alley. With four lanes available, it’s also the perfect venue for hosting a few friends.

Skymark BowlingAlong with these outstanding amenities, Skymark’s spacious one- and two-bedroom furnished suites in Mississauga are equipped with everything you’ll need during your stay. As an added benefit, guest suites are also available at an additional cost for visiting friends and family. When you’re staying at a furnished rental apartment, you’re certainly expecting that your suite will be outfitted with the basic essentials; but the idea of luxurious comforts might not be on your radar. Yet at Skymark West, you’ll find yourself enjoying the host of sport and fitness inspired amenities that are as comfortable and convenient as your suite.