The Best Airbnbs and Vacation Rentals in Toronto

Feel like a star at these sleek, sophisticated condos
Feel like a star at these sleek, sophisticated condos | Courtesy of Avalon Suites Yorkville / Expedia.com
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9 April 2021

Oh, Toronto, home of the skyline-piercing CN Tower, the perpetually disappointing Maple Leafs – the hockey team, not the foliage – and an International Film Festival. There’s no shortage of stylish homes you can stay in while visiting Drizzy’s hometown. From the shores of Lake Ontario to the vintage shop-packed Queen Street West, book into one of the coolest vacation rentals in Toronto with Culture Trip.

Comfortable condos in Yorkville

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Comfortable condos in Yorkville
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Sunshine pours in through the floor-to-ceiling windows of these tidy one-bedroom condos in a former office tower in Yorkville. The re-imagined spaces sleep two, with modern kitchenettes and contemporary decor. Ovens are absent, but restaurants are plentiful just outside the door. A hot spot for art lovers, the Royal Ontario Museum and the Gardiner Art Museum are just steps away.

Super modern studios in the Financial District

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Super modern studios in the Financial District
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Combining a historic building and a modern tower in the Financial District was a good call for One King West. You can choose from cozy studio suites that sleep two with gleaming rainshower baths in the historic wing, or Tower Suites for up to four guests with outstanding city views and deep soaker tubs. Well-equipped kitchenettes are standard in all suites. The Scotiabank Arena, CN Tower, and the Distillery District within a 10-minute stroll.

One-bedroom condos near the CN Tower

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One-bedroom condos near the CN Tower
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Glass balconies make it clear that nothing will come between you and the views at Life Suites. These one-bedroom condos, sleeping up to three, have full-size appliances and shower-tub combinations, great for washing away the sand after a trip to Sugar Beach. The CN Tower, Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada and the Hockey Hall of Fame are right outside the lobby. Take the long view from the rooftop patio and pool.

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  • Upscale apartments in Yorkville

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    Lights, action, Avalon. You’ll feel like a star at these sleek, sophisticated condos. Interior glass walls let the sun and views pour in. Each condo has a dedicated dining area and work space plus a fully equipped kitchen. Choose from units that sleep from two to four guests. Yorkville is a favourite luxury shopping destination for celebrities and locals alike. Keep your eyes open for stars on the Bloor Street “Mink Mile”, especially during the Toronto International Film Festival.

    Vintage style apartment in the historic Annex

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    With stained-glass windows salvaged from the iconic Honest Ed’s discount store a couple of blocks down Bathurst Street, this one-bedroom apartment has history woven into its architecture. Heated floors, a metallic feature splashback and plenty of bespoke woodwork add contemporary comforts to this turn-of-the-century property, which is typical of the Annex, a bohemian neighborhood on the northern edge of downtown. You’ll be within walking distance of the University of Toronto, the Royal Ontario Museum and the grand Casa Loma mansion.

    The coach house cottage near downtown

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    You’re only a 20-minute walk east of the skyscrapers of downtown Toronto, here. However, when you’re nestled on the comfy leather couch with your feet up in front of the roaring fireplace, you could swear you were hiding in some remote log cabin in the Rockies. This tiny one-bedroom loft boasts more exposed timber than a virgin forest, an old-school log fire and a breezy outdoor hammock for summer. This cottage’s cozy feel extends to the neighborhood it calls home – laid-back Leslieville is littered with organic grocers, relaxed cafes, plus artisanal butchers, bakeries and cheese shops.

    This is an updated version of an article originally created by Sahar Aman.

    These recommendations were updated on April 9, 2021 to keep your travel plans fresh.

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