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Musician and Band Short Term Housing

March 10, 2015

MusicianAt DelSuites, we aim to cater to a variety of different needs and clients. Specifically, if you are a musician or a band, renting out our furnished suites in the Greater Toronto Area may be more beneficial than staying in a hotel. Some of our properties are even homes with plenty of space for more than four people and a way to practice in privacy. Here are some of the reasons why our properties would be beneficial to your band:

1. Furnished Properties with All of the Extras Just like a hotel, our suites are furnished in modern decor and amenities. You’ll get extra value than you would in a hotel with a fridge, kitchen, household items, fully stocked bathroom, bathrobes and a washer and dryer (including a start-up supply of detergent). Having laundry ensuite enables you to pack lighter if you or your band have to pack light. A work space area, wifi  and a balcony are other features in most of our apartments that are beneficial to those on-the-go.Musician and Band Short Term Housing

2. Grocery Service When you have to perform and do interviews for your band, you’re unlikely to have the time to grocery shop by the time you’re done by the end of the day. Grocery Gateway gives you healthy options and enables your fridge to be stocked when you’re too busy to shop.

3. Amenities In addition to our properties being situated near the centres of every city we’re in (from Downtown Toronto to North York to Mississauga and Brampton), we have 24-hour concierge service and fitness amenities. Some of our properties have swimming pools, games room (billiards, anyone), and spa-like facilities like a sauna and hot tub, so you can decompress before or during your performance nights. Private screening rooms for film and TV are also available and a way to interact with other guests at our properties.

4. Storage Lockers This is a great feature for bands with a large amount of equipment. Some of our locations offer storage locMusician and Band Short Term Housingkers that will allow that extra space you need in your furnished suite.

5. Housekeeping In addition to making sure your furnished suite is in tip top shape, you can request weekly housekeeping to come in at a later time if it does not fit your weekly schedule.

6. Larger Spaces Since our suites and apartment rentals are larger than hotel rooms, you’ll have plenty of room for your equipment. You can also store some of your equipment in our closet areas that have moving doors that double as a mirror.

Our goal at DelSuites is to ensure that you have a home away from home. For musician and band short term housing who just want a relaxing place with peace and quiet but without the intrusion or lack of intimacy in a hotel, we would recommend a furnished suite in Toronto on your own terms. Please contact us if you have any questions or would like to book in the near future.

Community Events, Entertainment, Family Vacations in Toronto, Lifestyle talk, North York, Toronto Family Travel, Vacation Travel

Top 5 Things to do on Family Day

February 12, 2015

Family DayAs one of Ontario’s statutory holidays, Family Day is a time to connect with the ones you love. This year Family Day falls on the Monday after Valentines Day on February 16. Whether you’re hanging out in your furnished suite in Etobicoke or want to go somewhere nearby, here are our ideas on some things to do on Family Day.

1. DJ Skate Night. Harbourfront’s Natrel Rink is just steps from our 300 Front Street property and a great activity to spend with the whole family. On Valentines Day they are hosting the last of their weekend DJ SkaThings to do on Family Dayte nights and this event is a queer-friendly theme.

2. Get Away for the Weekend. There are tons of choices for great weekend getaways near Toronto in the winter (we wrote about that here!). If you want a soak not too far from Toronto, try the Nordik Spa at Gatineau Park, 10 minutes from downtown Ottawa. It is the largest spa in North America and features baths (hot, cold and temperate), 8 unique saunas, infinity pool, outdoor and indoor relaxation areas as well as a restaurant & lounge with terrace.

3. Play ToThings to do on Family Dayurist. Visit an iconic Toronto tourist attraction for the first time that you haven’t been to or look at it from different eyes the second or third time around. Check out our top ten things to do in Toronto. Toronto in Ten Photos for exploration inspiration is here.  Or you may want to check out our ten fun family activities in Toronto. Another option is to check out some of the incredible exhibitions at one of our many art galleries downtown and in North York.

4. An in-night. Sometimes, staying in and relaxing can be one of the most enjoyable weekends. Get a board game, order-in, have a movie or TV marathon, plan your next vacation, or oThings to do on Family Dayrder your groceries from Grocery Gateway to cook dinner for your loved ones. (It is one of the many services we offer.)

5. Specific Family Day Events. Toronto Tourism has a great round-up of events from iconic attractions and landmarks in the city. There are also a lot of things to do on Family Day in Etobicoke, Mississauga, Brampton, and Markham.

There are plenty of things to do on Family Day. Enjoy your Monday off with the people you love.

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Best Places in Toronto for New Years Eve

December 30, 2014

best places in toronto for new years eveSometimes, New Year’s Eve is an opportunity to lounge at home — whether you’re in your temporary housing in Toronto or in a suite for an extended stay– or host friends for a house party. Other times, you may want to kick up your heels, dress up, and dance the night away. Here are our picks for the best places in Toronto for New Years Eve –whether you’re with friends or the family.

Gladstone Hotel’s Lower West Side event is an affordable ticket ($50 in advance) and is your chance to dress up to a theme. This year’s theme is the roaring twenties, so don your finest vest or sparkle and shine in sequins, gold, or silver to bring in 2015 in style.

Fun for the whole family and a quick walk away from our apartment and best places in toronto for new years evesuites, Nathan Phillips Square is the best free event happening in the metropolis on the last day of the year. The free event kicks off at 8pm with street performers. Bring your skates for a spin around the ice rink. Fuel up at the various food trucks on-site and continue the night with musical performances. At midnight, Toronto’s new mayor, John Tory will lead the countdown to 2015 before a magnificent fireworks display.

Another family-friendly New Year’s Eve event is at the Toronto Zoo. The celebratory activities begin from 5pm and end at 8pm. They include live music, a magic show, a special countdown, and of course, the chance to be see the animals!

best places in toronto for new years eveIf you wanted to get out of town for the New Year, ET Canada hosts their free concert event in Niagara Falls. Performers this year include Keith Urban, Nick Jonas, and Lights. Don’t miss the fireworks over the falls. This is a great excuse to stay in the Niagara-on-the-Lake region for a relaxing weekend getaway.

Wherever you may be for this year’s festivities, we wish you a happy and prosperous new year!

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Top Food and Drink Festivals in Toronto

December 17, 2014

food and drink festivals in torontoIn the past couple of years, Toronto has become a destination for food and drink enthusiasts. In addition to the number of innovative and ethnic offerings available (not to mention those cheap eats), there have been just as many creative food festivals and events. Here are a few of our favourite food and drink festivals in Toronto that’s happening this holiday season into 2015:

Drake Does Chrismukkah
December 19, 2014 6pm
Before the Christmas crunch, feast on the best of various cultural traditions of the holiday season at The Drake Hotel. The hearty meal (including prime rib, yorkshire pudding, latkes, and apple crumble among the samplings) is only $29.95. Reserve in advance before December 19 to participate in this cheerful occasion.

Guest Chef Pop-Up Series at Drake One Fifty
January 20-21, 2015
This fun injection of the Drake Hotel in the heart of Toronto’s Financial District hosts some of the best chefs from North America and beyond. The first pop-up dinner of 2015 will feature a Portuguese fusion menu from David Santos, ex Per Se, and now of Louro in NYC.

Roundhouse Winter Craft Beer Festival
January 31, 2015 11am-5pm
Just steps away from our 300 Front Street property, sample craft brew from over 20 breweries at the Winter Craft Beer Festival. Hosted by the Steam Whistle Bfood and drink festivals in torontorewery and just outside its doors at the Roundhouse Park, warm up over the outdoor fires with beer in glass sample mugs from great breweries like Oast House Brewers, Flying Monkeys, and Lake of Bays. Food trucks will also be on site if you get hungry. The first 500 attendees at the gates will get a free festival toque.

Recipe for Change 2015
February 26, 2015, 6-9pm
Recipe for Change is FoodShare Toronto’s annual fundraiser for innovative school food programs and sustainability within the food industry. This party brings together over 30 exciting chefs, two craft brewers and four wineries at the historic St. Lawrence Market. It’s a fun party for a great cause.

Whether you’re in town for a quick visit or on business, or you are staying in a furnished apartment rental or suite for the long term, these festivals are a tasty way to stay warm throughout the winter.

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DelSuites Launches 300 Front St Toronto Video

November 14, 2014
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300 Front St Toronto

As a member of the Tridel Group of Companies, DelSuites is an award winning provider of premium, short term rentals of Furnished Apartments in Toronto. With the latest addition of 300 Front St Toronto location, these modern, clean line designed suites offer a perfect alternative to hotel stays.

Located in some of Toronto’s most sought-after neighbourhoods, we are always striving to ensure customers receive quality service and accommodations.

Part of our goal is to ensure each customer is matched to a property that our latest video showcasing 300 Front St Toronto Furnished Condominiums.

In addition, Tridel’s own Zenzo Wysocki did an amazing job hosting the video!
Watch the 300 Front St Toronto video here.

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