Planning a trip to Canada and searching for the BEST Airbnbs in Toronto? Well, look no further, because I think Toronto is a vastly underrated city, and one that is up there with the coolest in the world, and have compiled the ultimate Toronto Airbnb guide for the best accommodation options!

The capital of the Canadian province of Ontario, lakeside Toronto is a visitor’s dream, with so much happening at any one time it’s hard to narrow down a definite itinerary. It’s always moving. Always evolving. Always pleasing. 

Airbnbs in Toronto, Canada

 

Love bars, clubs and live entertainment? Toronto has it in spades. Fancy a meander through some great galleries and museums? Toronto has so many. Leafy public parks and gardens? Toronto has some of Canada’s best. Money burning a hole in your pocket? The shopping scene in Toronto is incredible!

This cosmopolitan Canadian dream has it all, and you’ll be hard pressed to leave once you dip your toe into all that Toronto has to offer. Did I mention Toronto is brimming with amazing Airbnb’s? So many, in fact, I found it hard to narrow down a shortlist!

Spanning hip Downtown, laidback Midtown and the chill East End, my list of the 19 best AirBNB’s in Toronto will turn a great trip to “Hogtown” into an incredible trip. I’ve even included a guide to the most popular Downtown Toronto neighborhoods to make your choice ever easily. 

Toronto Airbnbs

 

Quick Breakdown of the Best Airbnbs in Toronto, Canada

Keen to get your Toronto AirBNB booking sorted out ASAP so you have more time to get excited for your trip to one of the best cities in the Great White North? Leave it with me. My “Quick 5” shortlist will recommend the AirBNB in Toronto that’s perfect for you. Traveling on your own? As a family? On the cheap? Without a budget? Or just want the full package? It’s all covered here….

I’ve also added nearly a dozen of entertaining, helpful, and inspiring travel videos for your upcoming trip to Toronto & Canada! As I’ve already written, it’s such a poppin’ city with something to offer everyone, so make sure you watch a few of them to get loads of ideas for things to do, food/ nightlife recommendations, and the best ways for how to spend your time up there!

Also, be sure to read my guide on the Top 20 Music Festivals in Canada to Experience Before You Die to see if your upcoming Canadaian adventure coincides with one of the country’s best events!

Airbnbs in Toronto

Toronto skyline in the day over lake with urban architecture viewed from park

 

The Best Areas & Different Areas in Torontos Stay

BUT WAIT!Before we get into my top 19 AirBNBs in Toronto, I thought it would be helpful to give you a brief rundown of some of the major Downtown Toronto neighborhoods you’ll find on my list, and what you can find in each one…

  • Fashion District: A century ago, this district was the home of many textile and fabric factories. From here, goods were easily shipped nationally and abroad. Nowadays, the Fashion District is a buzzing downtown neighborhood with its original warehouses and factories converted into cool apartments and lofts, artists galleries, trendy restaurants and studios and commercial offices. 
  • Entertainment District: It’s all in the name. Toronto’s Entertainment District is the #1 place to be for fun and entertainment. It’s got a great mix of adult entertainment and family-friendly attractions, like bars and clubs, entertainment venues, theatres, concert halls and even Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada. It’s also home to the famous CN Tower and the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). To quote Almost Famous, “it’s all happening….”
  • Garden District: Downtown Toronto’s Garden District is named after the neighborhood’s indoor botanical garden, but it has so much more to offer. The Garden District is home to the vibrant Toronto Gay Village, and a number of unique museums, galleries, theatres and even part of Toronto’s iconic Ryerson University. 
  • Distillery District: Officially named the Distillery Historic District, Downtown Toronto’s Distillery District is one of the most popular and buzzing neighborhoods in the whole of Canada. A pedestrian-only space, the Distillery District is a historical hotspot thanks to its early beginnings in the whiskey distillery scene. Its charming cobblestone streets are lined with hip restaurants, cafes, bars, galleries, theatres and quirky stores. There’s always live entertainment and Toronto’s huge Christmas Markets are set up in this neighborhood each December. 
  • Financial District: Toronto’s central business district, the Financial District is home to towering high-rises that are packed with bases for some of the biggest global companies across a range of industries. For visitors, the Financial District offers a huge array of great restaurants and one of the city’s biggest shopping areas – PATH. This underground mall of sorts spans 30km and housing 1200 shops. Hold me back! 
  • Yorkville: One of Toronto’s most upmarket districts, Yorkville is home to a range of leading Canadian museums and galleries, leafy public parks, and enticing bars and restaurants. Its jam-packed with designer apartments, exclusive stores and the famous “Mink Mile”. This strip is the 7th most expensive shopping street in the world! Move over Rodeo Drive. 
  • The Junction: Once its own city called West Toronto, The Junction is a family-friendly neighborhood with a great community atmosphere. It is known for having great schools, shopping centres, cafes, restaurants, galleries and unique craft breweries. 

To plan your trip to Toronto, head over the official City of Toronto’s website or this helpful guide for the best things to do in Toronto by US New Travel!

Airbnbs in Toronto

Toronto skyline and the view in city center

 

1) Modern Industrial Design Condo with Private Balcony

The Best Overall AirBNB in Toronto

Location: Fashion District 

AirBNB Plus: Yes 

Superhost: Yes 

Price: $120+ USD per night 

https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/15970302

I love this Fashion District apartment so much, so I made it my favourite overall AirBNB in Toronto. For so many reasons. This one bedroom apartment is an open plan dream, incorporating a blend of rustic and industrial design elements with sleek modern sophistication. Its features include a large patio balcony with comfy sectional seating, a gorgeous upmarket kitchen with island bench and top notch appliances and a stylish bedroom with floor to ceiling windows. You will have complete access to the apartment building gym. From your base here, explore the hip Fashion District and its many restaurants, galleries and shops. 

Guest review: “Chris’s apartment was perfect for our short stay in Toronto. Great space for two people complete with the small touches of being home. We especially loved having the coffee maker to use each morning. It was in a great fun neighborhood with lots of bars and restaurants to choose from. I would highly recommend staying in Chris’s apartment if you are going to Toronto.” – Kelly  

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2) Updated Townhouse with Outdoor Fireplace

The Best Toronto AirBNB For Families

Location: The Junction 

AirBNB Plus: Yes 

Superhost: Yes 

Price: $90+ USD per night 

https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/18518988

Traveling as a family will mean you’ll need extra space and a family-friendly base, and this three bedroom townhouse is my pick for the best AirBNB in Toronto for families. Verified by the platform, this spacious centrally-located home is bright, chic and equipped with the handiest smart technologies. Enjoy the bonus of two bathrooms, a full modern kitchen a pack and play baby cot (if needed), air-conditioning, an enclosed backyard with patio, plus a fire pit. This value for money townhouse experience is located in The Junction, one of Toronto’s trendiest neighborhoods that is full to the brim with restaurants, craft breweries, art galleries and cultural experiences. 

Guest review: “Fantastic location with multiple restaurants in walking distance. Lots of space in the apartment and the bedrooms are very private with lots of separation between each other and the common areas. Kitchen and fixtures are high-tech, and everything you need is on hand. Had a great weekend stay!” – Omar

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3) King West Executive Suite with Large Balcony 

The Best AirBNB In Toronto for Solo Travelers

 

Location: Fashion District 

AirBNB Plus: Yes 

Superhost: Yes

Price: From $70+ USD per night 

https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/9826723

Located on the top floor of one of the Fashion District’s hip apartment buildings, this studio condominium is far and away the best base for those traveling solo to Toronto. Secure and stylish, this ultra-modern monochrome abode has been praised by almost 400 previous AirBNB guests, and is a fun and impeccably maintained space. There’s eye-catching pop art, comfy furniture, air conditioning, a large kitchen and a bathroom with a big walk-in shower. It also has a spacious outdoor space that offers some amazing views of the Toronto skyline. 

Guest review: “Easy check in, fantastic location, and absolutely spotless – a perfect stay. The place is bright with floor-to-ceiling windows perfect for watching a snowstorm roll in :) I was very impressed with how clean and well-laid out the place is. Ivy is extremely responsive and a top notch host — our flight got cancelled due to weather woes and she was super communicative and flexible.” – Kristen 

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View from CN Tower of Downtown buildings

 

4) Stunning studio getaway in the Beaches! 

The Best Cheap Toronto AirBNB

Location: The Beaches 

AirBNB Plus: No 

Superhost: No

Price: $30+ USD per night 

https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/38569602

Toronto is in no way a cheap city to visit or live in, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t stay in a fantastic Toronto AirBNB for next to nothing! You just have to head out of Downtown Toronto a little bit. This studio guest suite has a (so far) perfect guest review score, and there’s no doubt why. This renovated gem is super neat and cozy, with a kitchenette, plus TV, wifi and Netflix. It is located in Toronto’s East End in The Beaches neighborhood, which has an endless variety of cool eateries and breweries. It is also in close proximity to lovely beaches and a lake. Streetcars right nearby or Uber will take you directly into Downtown Toronto with ease. 

Guest review: “Jaki is a great host and her place is just gorgeous. I’ve stayed there for work for a bit over a week and couldn’t have wished for anything more during my time there. It’s clean, very comfortable, well equipped and located in Toronto’s beaches area. Two different tram routes to downtown are just a short walk away, and they take you to Toronto’s city center in just over half an hour. Staying at Jaki’s has been a true pleasure!” – Christoph 

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5) James Bond Loft Toronto 

The Best Luxury Toronto AirBNB

Location: Leslieville 

AirBNB Plus: No 

Superhost: No 

Price: $330+ USD per night 

https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/37388694

Treat yourself during your trip to Toronto, and feel like 007 himself in the “James Bond Loft” – a space the secret agent himself would be proud of. A relative newcomer to AirBNB, I guarantee this place will explode in popularity, hence why it’s my favorite luxury AirBNB in Toronto. This multi level two bedroom, two bathroom warehouse-style loft mixes rustic natural and ultra-modern design elements to create a state of the art space. It’s located on the border of a number of vibrant Downtown Toronto neighborhoods, including Leslieville and Chinatown. There’s even a Bond-style drinks caddy guests have access to for a little extra. I’ll take that shaken, not stirred. 

Guest review: “Place is outstanding , you won’t be disappointed.” – Bryan 

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Unique Airbnbs in Toronto

 

6) Admire City Views from Bed at this Chic Apartment 

 

Location: Yorkville 

AirBNB Plus: Yes 

Superhost: Yes 

Price: $130+ USD per night

https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/26746164

Verified by AirBNB and hosted by a top Superhost, this one bedroom serviced apartment is stylish, quiet (thanks to its corner location), and light-filled. Decorated with designer furniture and decor, the apartment boasts amazing panoramic views of Toronto and has a perfect 5 star rating from many previous AirBNB guests. The apartment complex was once the site of Toronto’s Four Seasons Hotel, and as a result, is in a top location in central Yorkville. This neighborhood is within walking distance of many of the city’s most popular landmarks, including the Royal Ontario Museum and the Art Gallery of Ontario, plus a myriad of fantastic restaurants, shops and theatres. 

Guest review: “We felt at home in Elaine’s modern condo. The view from the bedroom is AMAZING. We didn’t want to leave. The place was spotless and we felt comfortable the whole time we were there. We’re Torontonians who needed a quick escape from our homes, and this was the perfect spot. We walked to the ROM, brunch, and local bars. Just make sure you close the curtains at night because you can see right through to the apartments across the street! Still, 10/10 would recommend staying here.” – Jacqueline 

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7) Plant Paradise Loft: Cozy Sunny Dream Space! 

Location: Old Town 

AirBNB Plus: No 

Superhost: Yes 

Price: $130+ USD per night 

https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/16795828

Located the meeting point of some of Downtown Toronto’s most popular neighborhoods, this one bedroom loft boasts open and airy interiors, classic vintage decor, artistic touches and leafy house plants. It’s the antithesis of the ultra modern condo scene taking hold over many world cities and has a boho vibe guests adore. It’s located within an industrial walk-up on the border of Old Town, Corktown and Moss Park – right in the heart of Downtown. 

Guest review: “A beautiful loft apartment that looks just as it does in the pictures – large, full of plants, and lots of light. It’s in a quiet area not far from the main station and easy to get to by streetcar or on foot. Matthew was a very welcoming host who gave us a tour of the building and made sure we knew everything we needed to – this is somewhere I would absolutely book again if I’m ever back in Toronto. We loved it.” – Ali 

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Nathan Phillips Square in Toronto, Canada

 

8) Wow! Lovely Brand new Entire space in midtown

Location: Hillcrest Village 

AirBNB Plus: No 

Superhost: No 

Price: $60+ USD per night 

https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/15362533

Midtown Toronto offers more space and tranquility than busy Downtown does, and this fantastic Midtown one bedroom apartment has it all. Newly renovated and located within a historic house, you’ll enjoy new linens, furniture and on-site parking – and so much more. The apartment is located in Hillcrest Village, one of Midtown’s best neighborhoods. Walk a few minutes and you’ll find a ton of cool restaurants, cafes, bars and parks, or just jump on at the neighborhood subway station and be downtown in just 20 minutes.

Guest review: “Stayed for a 3 week period. The location is perfect on a beautiful street, close to all amazing shops and public transport. It is safe, secure and if you want to live like a local, this is it. Highly recommended.” – Dan 

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9) THE COACH HOUSE Cottage near downtown

Location: Leslieville  

AirBNB Plus: Yes 

Superhost: Yes 

Price: $90+ USD per night 

https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/13605471

This verified one bedroom, one bathroom cottage is a unique rustic oasis in central Leslieville, and its 4.98/5 AirBNB score really says it all. Rich with timber, wood and leather, the warm and welcoming “Coach House” also boasts a private courtyard. Downtown Toronto is an enjoyable 20 minute walk, but why not stick around friendly Leslieville and take advantage of the foodie haven’s epic bakeries, cafes, restaurants and grocers? This is a great romantic Toronto AirBNB for a couple who want to get away from it all in the heart of the city! 

Guest review: “This was by far the best stay we had during our time in Canada. The place was so thoughtful designed and had everything you could need and more. Brett’s attention to detail and design was excellent. The location was fantastic and close to everything. We can’t wait to be back!” – Kayla 

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Budget Airbnbs in Toronto


10) Corner unit penthouse heart of downtown Toronto!!!

Location: Entertainment District 

AirBNB Plus: No 

Superhost: Yes 

Price: $70+ USD per night 

https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/33348893

Amazing views await you at this amazing one bedroom Toronto condo. Glistening, immaculate and super stylish, this brand new condo has floor to ceiling windows and brings in a cleaner after each and every guest to ensure the highest quality standards. The condo is on the edge of some of Downtown’s most epic neighborhoods, including the Entertainment, Financial and Fashion Districts. You’ll be within walking distance to many of Downtown Toronto’s best landmarks, restaurants, bars, clubs and shopping experiences. 

Guest review: “Alexa’s spot is everything as advertised- impeccable style and a complete rock star view makes her pad the perfect way to experience Toronto! Convenient places like Starbucks, pharmacy are all right there. You are virtually right near everything the city has to offer.” – Caroline 

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11) Stylish, Central Flat, Private Patio, Parking

Location: Old Toronto 

AirBNB Plus: Yes 

Superhost: Yes

Price: $120+ USD per night 

https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/11648181

Perfectly positioned in a secure complex in Old Toronto, this verified one bedroom flat is sleek, sophisticated and in demand – it even has a perfect AirBNB rating from over 300 thrilled guests. It has a leafy outdoor patio with city views, mid-century furnishings and all the mod cons. The district of Old Toronto is in close proximity to the hustle and bustle of Downtown, and this flat is right by two of the best eating and drinking streets in the area. 

Guest review: “The perfect urban escape after a busy day exploring the city. I enjoyed coming home and relaxing on the patio with a glass of wine and had a great night’s sleep in the comfy king size bed! As a solo female traveller I felt very safe in the building and the neighbourhood. Olya is a great host – very prompt with responses. Highly recommend!!” – Libby 

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Scenic view at Toronto city waterfront skyline at sunset

 

12) Picture-Perfect Victorian in the Heart of the City

Location: Harbord Village 

AirBNB Plus: No 

Superhost: Yes 

Price: $150+ USD per night 

https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/10773960

Stately, regal and upmarket, this amazing two bedroom, double storey Victorian house will have your jaw dropping at every turn. Completely restored to its original glory by its wonderful hosts, this magnificent home has oodles of perks for a relatively low price per night. It is located on a leafy, quiet street in Downtown’s Harbord Village. From this amazing base, you’ll be able to walk to many city attractions, including Kensington Market, the University of Toronto, Chinatown, Little Italy and a variety of galleries, museums, shops, restaurants and bars. There is also a streetcar stop virtually at the front door. 

Guest review: “Jordan’s place is absolutely beautiful and in a great location! Quiet neighborhood with plenty to do nearby. The townhouse has an old city charm with stylish modern touches. We would definitely stay again, and would highly recommend.” – Kat 

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13) Sun Filled Photographic Hard Loft

Location: Moss Park

AirBNB Plus: No 

Superhost: Yes 

Price: $130+ USD per night 

https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/6504852

I had no idea when I chose this as one of my favorite Toronto AirBNB’s that a million other publications also did, including leading national magazines. It just sells itself so well. This charmingly rustic and stylish 900 square foot loft is hip and on-trend, while still retaining original warehouse features like a brick chimney and wood beams. It is available to book for photo or video shoots as well – and is a popular location for these. This loft is located in Downtown’s awesome Moss Park, which is right near the Distillery District, Eaton’s Centre and St Lawrence Market. There are streetcars and subways in this neighborhood. 

Guest review: “Marie’s loft was a truly unique find! A perfect spot for a couple to enjoy while taking in the city! Walking distance to most of what Toronto has to offer, we enjoyed the ability to explore without an extensive need to use public transportation. The loft itself was clean and spacious with fun little touches that illustrates Marie’s wonderful sense of style and personality. Marie was a wonderful host who was extremely accommodating and a great communicator. We wanted for nothing! We’d definitely stay again on our next adventure up North.” – Aron 

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Full view of downtown Toronto at night with glamour lights

 

14) Walk to Yorkville Shops from Chic Corner Penthouse

Location: Church and Wellesley   

AirBNB Plus: Yes 

Superhost: Yes

Price: $150+ USD per night 

https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/18119604

Stay in one of Downtown Toronto’s most affluent areas and see how the other half live! This three bedroom, two bathroom apartment is located in charming Church and Wellesley, a short walk from Toronto’s most ritzy neighborhood of Yorkville. Verified by AirBNB for quality, this amazing modern space offers floor to ceiling windows with unbeatable penthouse views, a ten seater dining table and towering traditional ceilings to create a true sense of space. Queen’s Park, the University of Toronto and exclusive shopping and dining experiences are a stone’s throw away. 

Guest review: “This is a really awesome place to stay in Toronto. Secure building with doorman, and a breathtaking place with great views. No expense has been spared in furnishing this really nice penthouse apartment. Check in was really easy and David provides great local tips. Awesome AirBNB!” – Oliver 

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15) Loft in Queen West (Party & Event space)

Location: Queen West 

AirBNB Plus: No 

Superhost: Yes 

Price: $400+ USD per night 

https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/18911442

Available for stays during the week and purely for weekend party hire, if you’re searching for a truly epic space to host your next Toronto event – DO NOT LOOK ANY FURTHER! This two bedroom, two bathroom warehouse loft is – WOW! Located in the achingly cool Toronto neighborhood of Queen West, when the overhead lights go down in this warehouse and the neon lights come on – it’s a sight to behold. Brick walls, high ceilings, huge windows and unique art pepper the loft, and there’s a busy bar downstairs – which is why this is best kept for parties of its own. Hire this event space in Toronto and throw a bash you and your guests will never forget. 

Guest review: “Rented this space for my 25th birthday and it was absolutely incredible. Kristoff’s place is truly even cooler in person – the pictures don’t even do it justice. I had about 30 guests fit super comfortably, but it was full enough to really amp up the party vibe. Everyone’s faces were priceless when they first walked in! Besides the incredible space, Kristoff is truly such a sweetheart and made check-in/out a breeze. He ensured we were all set up with everything we needed, and was always available if we had any questions. I honestly wish I could relive the night forever – 10/10” – Erica 

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Best Airbnbs in Downtown Toronto

 

16) Penthouse 7: Smart Luxury Tower – Panoramic View

Location: City Place 

AirBNB Plus: No 

Superhost: No 

Price: $230+ USD per night 

https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/38672333

If you like to try out different AirBNB’s purely for the experience – add this Toronto penthouse to your bucket list ASAP! Open concept, white on white, minimalistic and ultra futuristic, this one bedroom condo is equally a place to lay your head as it is a place to immerse yourself in. You’ll feel like you’re part of a sci-fi film set – but that’s all part of the experience. It boasts epic city skyline views (as well as equally great views out to the Toronto lakeshore), and AirBNB guests will go mad for your complete access to the apartment buildings many shared facilities. These include a pool, hot tub, sauna and gym. You’ll be in the heart of Downtown Toronto with the entire city at your fingertips. 

Guest review: “This loft is super fun and very cinematic. The bold yet simple aesthetic of the White on White on White palette and design makes you smile the moment you walk through the door. The view of the city skyline from the 47th floor is mesmerising. The space is very Spartan, but that is part of why it has such an unusual and intriguing ‘Look’. The loft is not very practical for actually living in – but that is not why you stay here – you stay here for the novelty factor.” – J 

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17) Stylish 1870s Home near Distillery District & Old Toronto

Location: Distillery District 

AirBNB Plus: Yes 

Superhost: Yes 

Price: $250+ USD per night 

https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/26183203

Toronto has thankfully retained so many of its beautiful historical homes, and this two bedroom 1870’s Row House has 150 years of stories behind it. Transformed into a two storey modern dream, the owners have kept many nostalgic elements to give it a really welcoming and warm aesthetic. This amazing home is in one of Toronto’s best neighborhoods, with the hip Distillery District and King Street East minutes walk away. Verified by AirBNB, this luxe pad will be the cherry on top of an incredible trip to Toronto. 

Guest review: “Jay’s place is amazing and definitely recommended for a stay in Toronto. The location is walking distance to the Distillery District restaurants, and near trams direct to downtown Toronto. The house itself is amazing – really well styled and fantastic modern amenities. The back courtyard was fantastic as well. Jay was an amazing host – really good communication and reached out to see if we needed anything during our stay. There was milk, bagels, fruit and a few other goodies on our arrival which was a nice touch. Would love to return and stay for longer!” – Ian 

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18) Sun Kissed High-End King West Condo, Read Reviews

Location: Fashion District 

AirBNB Plus: Yes 

Superhost: Yes

Price: $80+ USD per night 

https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/7610557

Contemporary, colorful and quirky, this luxe one bedroom Toronto apartment – named “The Summit” by its owners – has both style and substance. Its winning features are endless. An open fireplace, a deep tub, a heated Japanese toilet, a rain shower, the latest appliances, charging stations at every turn – they have seriously thought of every comfort and executed it perfectly. The apartment building has a pool, hot tub, gym and free parking AirBNB guests have complete access to, and is located in one of Toronto’s coolest central boroughs – The Fashion District. If you can drag yourself away from this incredible AirBNB offering, you’ll have a world of food, drink, shopping and culture right at your doorstep. 

Guest review: “Such a fabulous place to stay! We had our family of 5 stay in Christopher’s apartment for about a week & all of us really enjoyed our stay there! Christopher has thought of absolutely every convenience for his guests! We highly recommend it as a very central, private & friendly place to stay if you’re ever in Toronto.” – Natacha 

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Best Airbnb's in Toronto - Studio Apartment Short Term Rental

 

19) Enjoy Breakfast in Boutique Treetops at Serene City Downtown

Location: Little Tibet 

AirBNB Plus: Yes 

Superhost: Yes

Price: $60+ USD per night 

https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/12972630

A quiet retreat on the outskirts of Downtown Toronto, this boutique one-bedroom apartment is clean, immaculate and pristine and nestled on the top floor of a historical Victorian house. It has dynamic feature walls, modern appliances and cozy furniture. It has two private balconies nestled in the treetops to enjoy a quiet moment from, before heading into the heart of Downtown and beyond. It’s just a short streetcar, subway, Uber or bike ride away. This chill little abode will put you so close to the heart of the city, but just as close to the relaxed lakefront. 

Guest review: “Molly’s place is fantastic, super stylish and in a great area! – You can easily catch the streetcar as there is a stop just down the road and it’s about an $8-$9 Uber ride to get into downtown. If you’re unsure about staying with Molly I’d definitely recommend it, she is a lovely host. :)” – Bailey 

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Tours & Day Trips from Toronto To Consider Booking

Toronto is so underrated as a world city. There’s so much to learn about, see and experience, and it’s a city you can easily fall in love with. Learn about Toronto’s past and present on a guided tour, or head down to famous Niagara Falls for the day with my recommendations for the best Toronto tours you just have to do. 


Toronto: Small-Group Evening Sightseeing Tour

“See the sights of Toronto illuminated for the night on an unforgettable city tour after dark. Watch the sunset from the top of the CN Tower, stop for photo opportunities at popular attractions such as Yonge-Dundas Square and Casa Loma.” 

https://www.getyourguide.com/toronto-l177/epic-toronto-night-tour-t150308/

Price: From $150 USD (3.5 hours)

Review: “Our guides (there was a guide and a trainee) were knowledgeable, friendly, fun and courteous. We got to see parts of the city we hadn’t been to with our other activities. The guides didn’t just drag us here and there but gave us time to appreciate each location! The van was comfy and the entire experience was so much fun that we both rated it as our favorite activity of the trip!” – Kathleen, United States 

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Toronto: 3–Hour Secret Food Tour

“Head to Toronto to explore the St. Lawrence Market, named by National Geographic as one of the finest food markets in the world. Experience stunning architecture, mouth-watering food and Toronto’s culture.”

https://www.getyourguide.com/toronto-l177/toronto-3-hour-secret-food-tour-t171270/

Price: From $80 USD (3 hours)

Review: “We totally would do this experience again! Our guy was amazing and very informative. We didn’t really know what to expect and wasn’t sure if it was something we would like but it was everything we expected and more. We left extremely full and the food was all delicious. We would suggest this at the beginning of your trip!” – Patrick, United States

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Toronto: Niagara Falls Day Tour

“Enjoy a day tour to beautiful Niagara Falls from Toronto. Visit Niagara-on-the-Lake, sample local wines and view attractions such as the Floral Clock and Whirlpool Rapids. Benefit of some free time or take an optional boat tour “Voyage to the Falls”.

https://www.getyourguide.com/toronto-l177/from-toronto-niagara-falls-day-tour-t68302/

Price: From $90 USD (9 hours)

Review: “Bernard was fantastic. He was informative, engaging and friendly with useful info about Toronto as well as Niagara. Also honest about tourist traps and how to spend your time at Niagara. Definitely worth the trip and Niagara on the lake and wine tasting was a great stop off on the way.” – Leyla, United Kingdom

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Niagara Falls - Day Trips from Toronto

 

Am I Missing Any Awesome Airbnbs in Toronto?

There really are an abundance of Airbnb’s all over Toronto, and it was really difficult to make this shortlist! So if you’ve visited Toronto recently and stayed at an Airbnb that you think should be included on my list, please let me know!

Or are you a Toronto Airbnb host and would like to see your property featured here? Send me your link, and I’d love to talk a look at all your photos/ reviews!


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