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DelSuites attending CHPAs Annual Conference

February 21, 2014

From February 24-26, 2014, the DelSuites short term apartment rentals team from Toronto will be attending the CHPA’s annual conference in New Orleans, Louisiana. CHPA Logo

The Corporate Housing Providers Association’s (CHPA) annual conference provides plenty of opportunity to engage with like-minded individuals from around the globe. It will allow members to gain knowledge on new business trends in corporate housing, establishing connections and share experiences with potential clients.

The CHPA’s conference will help DelSuites with opportunities to build and strengthen our business for continued success in the years ahead.

Customer Service Experience, Family Vacations in Toronto, Lifestyle talk, Toronto Family Travel, Uncategorized

Kid-Friendly Furnished Apartments in Toronto by Delsuites

May 17, 2013

Kid Friendly Stays in TorontoAs you plan and pack for your family vacation, you go through a lot of effort so that your whole clan will enjoy their trip. By the time you reach your destination you’re all looking forward to enjoying a little extra quality time. Even still, you want to be certain that your children are safe at all times, especially if they are young.

As a parent, it’s reassuring to know that when you’re staying at a Delsuites furnished apartment in Toronto, your family will be in an environment that’s as safe as your own home.  With a few simple adjustments such as cabinet latches, edge guards for tables and outlet safety covers, your fully-furnished suite can instantly be transformed to fit your family’s needs.

When you’re speaking with the Guest Service Team, it’s important to let them know what child-friendly items you may need during your stay. Right from the beginning of your stay, your complimentary airport pick up will be equipped with comfortable CSA-approved child car seats, making your journey a safe and comfortable ride for everyone.

For infant bedtime, cribs and rocking chairs will help parents transition their babies into a new environment while bed rails and water-proof mattress help to ensure that toddlers and older children are sleeping safe and sound. Child-friendly step stools offer your little one the independence they need to brush their teeth and wash their face at bedtime and in the morning. 

Among the other family-friendly services, a professional child minder can also be scheduled should you need in suite child care.

On arrival, each child also receives an age appropriate welcoming gift, a simple touch that offers parents the assurance that you’ve chosen the right home away from home for your family vacation.

Downtown Toronto, Entertainment, Family Vacations in Toronto, Lifestyle talk, Markham, Mid Town, Mississauga, North York, Toronto Family Travel, Uncategorized

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!

 

Community Events, Downtown Toronto, Events, Lifestyle talk, Mid Town, Uncategorized

Be Our Guest and Tour the City while staying in our Furnished Rentals in Toronto

March 22, 2013

From hiring a professional tour guide to sightseeing solo, embarking on a walking tour is one of the best ways to explore Toronto’s pedestrian-friendly neighbourhoods. In fact, some of the city’s most historic areas such as the Gooderham & Worts Distillery District are only accessibly on foot, which makes it easy to enjoy the sights and sounds without having to worry about dodging vehicular traffic.

Walking ToursWhether your short-term rental is situated in Toronto’s downtown, midtown or suburban areas, enjoy the adventure of exploring the city with one of these guided walking tours.

Solo Exploration

Developed by Toronto Parks & Recreation, this collection of self-guided walking tours enable you to enjoy nature while learning about the history of the city. With the addition of the Shared Path, a tour that weaves through a series of parks along the Humber River, you’ll find bilingual story boards describing a number of historic events. Brochures for each walk are available for download at toronto.ca/parks/trails/discover.htm.

Story Teller’s Adventures

Group tours area a wonderful opportunity to meet other newcomers to the city. Along with neighbourhood tours, the company’s theme tours include Ghosts of the University of Toronto, Royal Toronto and Toronto’s Lost Rivers. It’s possible to also include tours of specific Toronto heritage buildings such as the Winter Garden Theatre as part of our tour. As an added bonus, guests interested in multiple tours can take advantage of the company’s discount packages. For more information visit muddyyorktours.com

Quick & Easy Traveler

Short on time but still want to get to know TO? In less than two hours, Tour Guys will give you a taste of what the Big Smoke has to offer.  Starting at Old City Hall, a guide will take you through some of the highlights of the downtown core including Nathan Philips Square, the Hudson’s Bay Company and a look inside City Hall.  The company also includes tours of key cultural areas including Chinatown and Kensington Market along with an innovative graffiti and street art tour.  Registering for tours online at Tourguys.ca is recommended.

History & Art LoversSt. Lawrence Hall

History buffs will appreciate Brue Bell’s depth of knowledge coupled with his engaging storytelling. Named the official historian of multiple historic Toronto landmarks including St. Lawrence Hall and St. Lawrence Market, his guided tours offer you the opportunity to experience the flavours and culture of these areas. Art and architecturally enthusiasts will discover the history behind some of the city’s well-known structures. Find out the meeting place for group tours or arrange your own private tour brucbelltours.ca.

Along with learning more about Toronto, traveling the city on your own steam is also a great way to boost your physical activity levels and helps to decrease your carbon footprint. With DelSuites furnished apartments, whichever tour you follow, you’ll enjoy the adventure, wherever your road takes you.

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.