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The top 5 properties in Toronto on airbnb

Everyone from roving vagrants to traveling businesspeople can find themselves needing a temporary place to lay their weary heads in a faraway city. If you've got friends coming to the city who happen to be looking for their own short-term pad, there are plenty of sweet options available on airbnb. While there are definitely cheaper options available than the ones I've listed, these ones are kind of fancy, and can be had at a cost comparable to a hotel room. Check it.

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Unique heritage loft in downtown TO
This gorgeous, eclectic loft at Loft404 The Ambrosia Hub at Adelaide St. W. and Duncan has three bedrooms, and says it can accommodate up to six people for $210 per night. (Don't listen. You could easily squeeze everyone you know in here and pay a toonie each or something). Everything you could possibly need is provided, including linens, wifi, a fully equipped kitchen, and of course, yoga mats. Sounds like a joke, not so much. There is also a jet tub. Check out the photos in the link, you won't be disappointed.

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Artist's studio at Queen St. W.
Here's a Queen West photographer's studio available mostly on weekends, for $90 per night. It sleeps two comfortably, with access to the full comforts of the apartment: kitchen supplies, linens, etc., as well as wifi. The studio, which is situated just east of Dufferin, is decorated with original artwork and quirky vintage finds, and looks to have a comfy, homey feel. The owner is pretty flexible on numbers of guests and duration of stay as well, and he has rave reviews from past airbnbers. One note: no cooking of meat is allowed in the space, as the owner is a strict vegetarian.

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Victorian Castle Downtown Toronto
Here is a casual castle located decently near to downtown. If you're visiting the city to celebrate, or even if you live here and want a weird and wacky haunted adventure or acid trip or something, this is clearly a place to think about. The castle is available for a mere $1099 per night, and the ad says it sleeps "16+" which is a total understatement. There's a $29 charge for extra guests, which can be waived depending on number of nights booked. The De La Salle Heritage House features 11 bedrooms, and would be an ideal option for hosting events as well as overnight stays, such as weddings, etc.

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Composed Rooftop Paradise
Okay, so it's a step down from a castle, but this condo is effing gorgeous. It's stark in a good way, all-white, modern and relaxing. It's not as lived-in as some of the others, and so it provides room to unpack and make it your own during your stay, kind of like a hotel but much better due to the added space. The Iceboat Terrace and Telegram Mews space accommodates eight for $404 per night窶馬ot bad at all. There are three bedrooms, an insane amount of closet space, and harbourfront views. There's an actual "rooftop paradise" and pool here, too.

SoBe Famous Trendy Luxury Condo TO
Despite the incredibly annoying name of this listing, this South Beach condos property is pretty stunning. It sleeps five for $299 per night. Near Park Lawn and Lakeshore, the place has great views of the lake and is pretty central for those who are visiting. There's wifi available as well as a full kitchen, and access to the gym and a hottub (because that's sanitary) as well.


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