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Toronto is a vibrant and diverse Canadian city that is an enduring favorite among foodies, arts and culture lovers, and families with kids. This is an ideal place to visit to attend a festival, shop ‘til you drop, and stay in a unique place for your accommodations too. There are lots of amazing Airbnb properties around the city that will make you feel welcome, comfortable, and living like a local. Here are some of the most popular Toronto Airbnbs to choose from.
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If you’re a solo traveler, book this private room with one bed. You can stay in this 1890s Victorian home, which is downtown on the Lower East Side. You can walk to all the downtown attractions from here and perhaps even meet guests staying in the other bedrooms. Guests have access to the public areas of the home, light kitchen use, and high-speed internet. Parking, full-service laundry, and meal plans can all be provided for additional fees.
A beautiful place to stay in Toronto is Tim’s cliffside cottage that offers charming views overlooking Lake Ontario. The cottage is about 16 minutes to downtown Toronto by GO train. Here you’ll enjoy a peaceful, natural setting in a two-bedroom house. It works well for up to four guests and is above the host’s residence on the lower level of the house. Guests enjoy the fully equipped kitchen, sunny deck, hot tub, and backyard. You might see wildlife around the property – something unique for a Toronto vacation!
This cottage is located near downtown and a custom-designed property that’s calming and cozy. It features exposed wood, leather couch, and a secluded courtyard. This Airbnb is located in the quaint Leslieville area that feels like a village within the city. It’s about a 20-minute walk to downtown but just a few blocks from shops, coffee, a butcher, cheese shop, bakery, and organic grocery. Offered amenities include a washer and dryer, full kitchen, free parking on premises, Wi-Fi, and bathroom essentials.
You’ll get great views of the city when you stay in this condo in the heart of downtown. You can walk to top attractions from here, such as Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada and Union Station, and enjoy the views from the balcony. This condo also has a full kitchen, washer and dryer, and other basic necessities.
Couples and solo travelers can stay at this poolside studio flat, which is separate from the main house and adjacent to a pool and covered patio. This is a great place to enjoy some peace, quiet, and relaxation during your trip. It has an efficiency kitchen with basic supplies, a three-piece washroom, and a double-size murphy bed. The property is not suitable for children. However, adult guests will have access to the cozy yard, pool, patio, and barbecue.
This Japan-inspired studio is in the heart of downtown Toronto and a five-minute walk to Queen Subway. It accommodates up to four guests and has a private washroom, full kitchen, and lounge area. It is important to keep noise levels to a minimum here. The unit is on the fourth floor with elevator access. When you stay here, it’s easy to explore local landmarks, such as Eaton Center, St. Lawrence Market, the Distillery District, and the nightlife venues along Queen and Church streets.
For up to six people traveling in Toronto, this Airbnb has two bedrooms and two stories in the Eglinton/Allen Road area. It features a kitchen, den, two washrooms, and a washer and dryer in the basement with laundry supplies. You’ll have access to the whole house, except a small basement storage space, to spread out and relax. From here, you can get to downtown Toronto within 15 minutes by subway.
Another unique and gorgeous space to stay in during your time in Toronto is this vintage studio loft space in Old Town. It’s in a century-old building, has vintage lighting, dozens of plants, and other charming elements to greet you. The loft is on the fourth floor, and it’s important to be quiet out of respect for neighbors. Your hosts live next door as well.
This luxury suite is a popular place to stay in Toronto’s entertainment district on 300 Front Street. The property has a doorman and is close to dining, nightlife, and shopping. Guests have access to the fitness studio, hot tub, yoga studio, indoor cycling, massage room, steam room, private cabanas, infinity pool, and high-speed Wi-Fi. It is a well-suited space for up to three guests.
This Airbnb accommodates up to three guests and offers a 55th floor double view of Lake Ontario and the financial district. It’s bright, clean, and has a well-equipped kitchen. You’ll love the terrace overlooking the views and many amenities, including a pool, hot tub, fitness center, business center, and 24-hour security.
The last highly recommended Airbnb we’ll mention here is this three-bedroom home that can accommodate up to eight guests for your larger group. The Airbnb space is on the main, second, and third floors of a Victorian home. Coffee, tea, cereal, and quick oatmeal and provided for you to make your own breakfast. Your host can provide a pack-and-play for families traveling with children.