Our Ultimate List of the Best Toronto Airbnbs
As one of the world's most popular cities, Toronto is a destination for travelers, busy business babes, students, transplants from other cities, and more.
But one of the great aspects of Toronto is its quirky, unique Airbnbs, where you can rest your head after a long day exploring the city's limits or hitting the bars with your pals.
In the event you ever visit this sometimes chilly city (just ask Sugarpop's Creative Director, Jacalyn; our in-house Canadian) for the food, shopping, or as part of a delayed layover, try out one of our top Airbnb picks!
If you want to escape the city without actually leaving it, this rustic Coach House will give you all of the cabin feels you've been dreaming of, without taking away the creature comforts of a big city.
Just steps to the beach (and a few hip coffee shops you'll definitely want to check out), this two-bedroom loft is perfect for sleeping more than two, with a unique, industrial feel characterized by modern touches and...yeah, just book this one already ;)
Jacalyn, our Creative Director, has actually stayed at this Airbnb, so when we saw this stunning listing and began drooling over it, she confirmed for us that this place really is dreamy. Located in one of Toronto's trendiest neighborhoods, Jacalyn gave us the inside scoop on this gem; it has everything you need for a relaxing night in but is perfectly situated near all the entertainment you could ever want when spending a night or two in T.O.
Dripping with charm and seriously cute touches, this cottage in Leslieville is the perfect little spot to rest and relax when you're looking for an adorable home away from home. With the bright and airy vibes, it's everything you've been searching for in a Toronto Airbnb ;)
Right on your doorstep with this Airbnb is the famous St. Lawrence market, where people gather to eat, shop, and even hold photo shoots. Grab your camera and bring your appetite, because this Airbnb is going to be a trendy home-away-from-home!
Yet another Airbnb Jacalyn has frequented, this mid-century loft in the heart of the popular King West neighborhood is a tranquil space where you can drop your bags and give your feet a break after a long day drinking, eating, and shopping your way through Toronto. Though it's in the hustle and bustle of King West, Jacalyn loves this Airbnb for its modern touches, bright vibes, and spacious outdoor patio (where, she mentions, drinking coffee is a must).
This funky artist's studio is located in Dundas West, where you'll find more than enough shopping and eating at your doorstep! Exposed brick walls and bright pops of color will make you feel like maybe you've escaped to somewhere exotic, without ever leaving T.O. ;)
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