Luxurious 1BR Condo with CN Tower View
Hosted by Sam
Sam is the host.
3 guests
1 bedroom
2 beds
1 bath
3 guests
1 bedroom
2 beds
1 bath
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Stylish 1 Bedroom Condo In CORE DOWNTOWN (Entertainment Dist.)

You will be minutes away from all major attractions of Toronto (URL HIDDEN) Tower, Ripley's Aquarium of Canada, Air Canada Centre, Metro convention Centre are with in 3 to 10 minutes walking distance.

Grocery store is at the corner of the building. Domino's Pizza, Pizza Pizza, Tim Horton's are on the ground floor of the building.

Its a perfect place for Tourist, Business travelers and families with kids.

The space

Open concept 1-BR with large windows, 9 ft ceilings and lots of character! Simple, clean and ready for whatever your venture to Toronto has in store! Sofa bed for a extra parson.....the unit has everything you need, dishes, pots and pans, coffee maker fully loaded kitchen, extra bedsheets and towel..

Guest access

Building Amenities:
Aqua Spa and Saunas
Indoor Parking
Gym/Aerobics and Athletics Centre
Party Room
Billiards Lounge and Cards Room
Landscaped Rooftop Terrace with Catering Kitchen
Private Screening Theatre

Interaction with guests

The place is all yours, you won't see me at all unless you want a tour of the building/neighborhood. If you have any questions I am available by phone/text/email.

Business travel
This listing has essential business travel amenities.

Family/kid friendly

Extra people $17 NZD / night after 2 guests
Cleaning Fee $68 NZD
Security Deposit $346 NZD
Weekend Price $196 NZD / night
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Sleeping arrangements
Bedroom 1
1 queen bed
Common spaces
1 sofa bed

House Rules
No smoking
Not suitable for pets
No parties or events
Check in is anytime after 5PM
Check out by 11AM

No smoking in unit
No loud party
No music after 10 pm
No pet


Safety features
Smoke detector
Carbon monoxide detector

1 night minimum stay

14 Reviews

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Keisha User Profile
September 2017
The place is amazing !! Had an amazing view, perfect location to everything, and very quiet. I would recommend staying here if you have the chance.

Sunny User Profile
August 2017
Great place. Amazing view. Value for your dollar

Roberto User ProfileRoberto is a superhost.
August 2017
The condo is located in a perfect area: Rogers center and CN tower are just about 60meters away, and King and Queen St are 1 minute walk. The condo features also a Gym and pool that we used. Great value for the price!

Alex User Profile
August 2017
Great unit...Great views (CN Tower and Lake Ontario). Centrally located within all the sites that Downtown Toronto has to offer

Chris User Profile
July 2017
This apartment was generally nice and clean. However, there were two issues which prevented me from giving a five-star review: 1) The kitchen items were not all clean (bowls, glasses, silverware). The dishwasher has some issues with the detergent dispenser, so that might have been the source of the problem. 2) Unlike other high-end Airbnb apartments, this one was not equipped with basics such as shampoo, shower soap, hand soap for the bathroom, salt, and pepper. I had to buy everything myself, which was not a big deal for a two-week stay (and is great for the current occupant). However, if you're planning to stay for only a few nights, this issue would make your stay more expensive than you might expect.

Hunter User Profile
July 2017
I do not recommend staying at this unit. It is neglected and damaged. The hosts seem to be well-intentioned and reasonable, but they do not run their business well. From what I understand, units in the Entertainment District can be an overpriced crapshoot. They are all in towering high-rises with similar layouts. Here is my tip for figuring out which units are in the best condition: do not rent one from a host who runs several units. These hosts do not have time to monitor them all, do not show any training in property management and fill these units with cheap materials to make profits -- an understandable but disappointing feeling if you are the guest. This specific unit is not awful, but it should cost HALF the advertised price. I paid $127 per night. The unit's damage: the bed broke when I laid down the first time; the window handle is gone, so the window is permanently open, which is not egregious but seems like something they should fix; the sliding doors of the bedroom are off their sliding tracks, so the doors do not be close; a lightbulb in the bathroom was out, and was not replaced after repeated notifications about it; the washer is spotty and requires very firmly pushing the window of it closed, to the point where you have to hit it shut; and WORST OF ALL THE CLEANLINESS: three towels and a bedsheet had yellow/brown stains. The stained towels and bedsheet was appalling. When I raised all of these issues within the first 7 hours of my stay, Sam blamed the previous guest for not speaking up. Deflecting blame on a previous guest is shameful and a bad business practice. Sam had Rakesh come by the next day to "fix" the bed. It was not fixed. It was still fragile and eventually broke again. They use cheap wood to shoddily hold up the mattress--and the wood, of course, broke. It wobbled, it waned and it cracked. As a result, half of the mattress sank nearly to the floor. I can only speak to the bad conditions of this unit. Sam and Rakesh are respectful, and they may have units in better care. They were responsive when I reached out and they were generously accommodating when I had to make last-minute changes to my itinerary. However, indicative of the half-attention spread across several units they run, they did not reach out to me when I made my reservation or neared my arrival. I had to initiate all communication, repeatedly ask for directions and, of course, inform them of the multiple damages to the unit. As a matter of good business, Sam should be open with guests about the neglect tot his unit. Or Sam should not post the unit until its been repaired. My entire experience was not awful. It was unsatisfactory and overpriced. I did not get the experience or service for which I paid.

Michael User Profile
June 2017
Sam's Toronto apartment was awesome. The location couldn't be better - right in the heart of the entertainment and sports district (1 block from the stadium). Super close to everything else you might need (Union Station, waterfront, etc). The apartment is well furnished, convienently stocked and very comfortable. High recommended!

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Toronto, CanadaJoined in November 2015
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Languages: English, Hindi
Response rate: 99%
Response time: within a few hours

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