Everything Else in Toronto

This is everything else local Airbnb hosts recommend you.


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#1

The Drake Hotel

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$$$$· 1150 Queen St W·Map·Hours·Website·

239 local Airbnb hosts recommend

Sometimes I'm not sure how I feel about the Drake (it can be a bit 'scenesterish', but the last time I went, there was a hilarious trivia night and it was full of wonderful people. The drinks are g... read more

Looking for Brunch? Lunch? Dinner? Drinks? A band? A DJ? At any time of day The Drake has it all. Saturday nights are busiest and if you're going for brunch with more than 3 people be sure to make ... read more

The Drake Hotel is a long-standing piece of Toronto history, that with a rejuvenation 15 years ago, has become one of the coolest spots in Queen West. There are various rooms, including a restauran... read more

#2

Gladstone Hotel

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$$· 1214 Queen St W·Map·Website·

95 local Airbnb hosts recommend

This is an eclectic spot that you will want to come back to time and again : they say it best "Housed in a 19th-century Victorian building, this trendy hotel on the streetcar line is 1.1 km from Tr... read more

The Gladstone is another hip venue in the city, attracting local artisans and various characters. Paint night, live music, karaoke, trivia nights, open cellar mondays, 90s kid tuesdays. Check out t... read more

Live Music and Karaoke on Friday and Saturday Nights. The Melody Bar at the Gladstone offers events almost every night of the week, including Music Bingo on Wednesdays!

63 local Airbnb hosts recommend

Home of Collette (French Patiserie/ Restaurant) 1812 Night Club, Roof Top Bar/Lounge and Outdoor Infinity Pool, Wabora (Japanese Fusion Restaurant) and The Diner (24 Hour Restaurant).

Cafe Collette in The Thompson Hotel is a lovely room with excellent food for lunch, dinner & weekend brunch. An 8 minute walk from the house.

There's a rooftop bar and pool! There's a nightclub in the lower level! There's a nice bar lounge on the main floor! 24-hour diner to satisfy your munchies! One stop shop for nightlife (but surroun... read more

57 local Airbnb hosts recommend

Toronto's preeminent live jazz and blues venue. Right at the bottom of St.Patrick, live music pretty much every night.

Great time - live jazz music, good beer, unpretentious crowd (although definitely a seniors crowd) but always fun!

This place books pretty good Jazz and Blues bands. They have early shows many days of the week (especially weekends). Its regular priced for a bar, and often a cover charge.

19 local Airbnb hosts recommend

Aesthetically simple and serene, the Spa is a sun-filled urban luxury retreat and among the largest in Toronto, with over 2,787 square metres.

Visit Four Seasons Hotel Toronto, soaring 55 storeys in the heart of Yorkville, downtown Toronto's most glamourous shopping and restaurant quarter.

The best spa (in my opinion) the massage and facials can't be topped anywhere.

#6

Little India

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1328 Gerrard St E·Map·Website·

14 local Airbnb hosts recommend

This is Toronto's India district filled with Indian culture, shops and of course fantastic Indian food.

Head to this stretch of Gerrard Street East for Indian restaurants, Indian groceries, imported Indian clothes and trinkets, etc.

The hipper stores are starting to take over but there are still many gems along this stretch of road if you're looking for some Indian food and culture - check it out!

12 local Airbnb hosts recommend

Just around the corner. Spectacular coffee and friendly service. You'll feel right at home. Awesome desserts and vegan treats.

Great coffee and roastery on site, homemade savoury and sweet muffins, quiches etc. Try the blue cheese apple walnut muffins and coffee beans. Delish!

Neighbourhood gathering spot, for a cup of coffee or tea. Wonderful pastries and baked good. Friendly staff. Comfy indoor seating or a bench to sit on Queen St. and watch the passersby.

14 local Airbnb hosts recommend

I highly recommend the UP Train for going to and from the airport. The Bloor station is so close to our place, and it takes only 20 minutes to get to Pearson Airport, Terminal 1.

UP Express train travels from Pearson airport to Union station in downtown Toronto with a stop at Bloor St. W. - 15 minute walk from our place.

The UP station is right around the corner (you can take it to/from airport). It is next to the Dundas West subway station, so you can grab the Dundas bus west to get dropped off at the top of our s... read more

#9

401 Richmond St W

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401 Richmond St W·Map·

10 local Airbnb hosts recommend

Repurposed industrial building housing many galleries and small arts organizations.

Art Galleries in this beautiful historic building steps from Richmond Street and Spadina cafes

Amazing building with lots of galleries and design shops!

#10

Uber Toronto

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312 Adelaide St W·Map·Hours·Website·

10 local Airbnb hosts recommend

Uber is one of the best ways to get around Toronto. Parking can be expensive and tough to find. Download the app. An Uber to downtown Toronto costs about $12.

Uber Technologies Inc. is an American worldwide online transportation network company headquartered in San Francisco, California. It develops, markets and operates the Uber mobile "app", which allo... read more

Affordable and Reliable. Great drivers. Useful if you're new to the city. Though, the public transit systems is seriously simple. It's one big U. Hard to get lost in Toronto.

#11

Spoke Club the

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600 King Street West·Map·Hours·Website·

10 local Airbnb hosts recommend

Members only lounge - the entertainment district hangs out here. Star sightings

Private Club, Members Only. Home to Nikki Beach

12 local Airbnb hosts recommend

A dynamic space layered with hockey artifacts from The Great Ones own collection. A new menu features wood-oven baked pizzas, grilled steaks, pastas, ribs, as well as healthy eating options. Roofto... read more

Beautiful Rooftop in the summer months. Great atmostphere, great service, great food.

A go to Sports Bar owned by a legend. Has a great roof-top patio in the summer called Oasis.

9 local Airbnb hosts recommend

A great smaller venue with an impressive season of shows! Go online for information and schedules at: www.lowerossingtontheatre.com

Fantastic local theatre company showing mainly Broadway musical revivals. Every seat is good!

This strip of Ossington (from queen street north to Dundas st) has many bars and restaurants to choose from. Thirty and forty somethings like to chill with a drink and do some people watching

9 local Airbnb hosts recommend

Beautiful town to stroll around. Stop at the old firehall confectionery to pick up some ice cream and walk to Toogood Pond.

Renowned for its pubs, parks, restaurants, and its historical European view, the road also hosts the annual Unionville Festival, which draws several thousand visitors to the town. The historic vil... read more

Historic town ... go back in time, enjoy a nice stroll down the street to the Too Good Pond. Wander into quaint boutiques, enjoy some sweets at the old firehouse turned confectionary. Take in live ... read more

10 local Airbnb hosts recommend

Looking for red carpets and TIFF glamour? Come by the Ritz!

Saturday's there is an amazing bottomless mimosa brunch buffet.

This is a must go during TIFF time as it is packed with media and fun events! My personal favorite is their patio in the back where you can enjoy a wonderful latte during hot summer days!

#16

Koerner Hall

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273 Bloor Street West·Map·Hours·Website·

10 local Airbnb hosts recommend

Classical, jazz, pop, opera, and world music are right at home in Koerner Hall. A high floating ceiling and fine acoustics provide a dramatic yet intimate ambience between the audience and performers.

This concert venue is known for its acoustics seats 1,135 guests & hosts a range of musical acts.

Intimate and Elegant space for classical and all music lovers.

9 local Airbnb hosts recommend

With this park just facing the south side of the building. It is a very nice spot to lean against a tree and read your favourite book. Maybe have a cute dog come by and play with you. With the view... read more

Closet park to my home. War Memorial Park

Small park right outside your front door.

10 local Airbnb hosts recommend

See great theatrical performances at Mirvish.

If you're looking to see a big show/musical Mirvish Productions will be worth checking out, with 4 theatres in the city, they always have tons going on.

There are two theatres here, hosting a variety of different professional productions.

11 local Airbnb hosts recommend

The map shows a Bike Share headquarters on Parliament street but go to their site and your find numerous bike pick up and drop off locations all along the Danforth.

There are bike rental stations across Toronto. It's the best way to get around the city, even on most winter days. Use Google maps to map out your cycling route for the most bike-friendly way of ge... read more

Actually part of Toronto's bike share system. There's now a closer location right outside of Jetfuel, on Parliament Street between Winchester and Carlton, but the Airbnb map doesn't show it. You ne... read more

11 local Airbnb hosts recommend

Beautiful scenery, the beach and a gorgeous Art Deco building

The R. C. Harris Water Treatment Plant in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, is both a crucial piece of infrastructure and an architecturally acclaimed historic building.

9 local Airbnb hosts recommend

40 ft. walls, it's the tallest in the city for climbing - beginners and experts, children and adults, there's a wall for everyone!

Features four auto-belay walls. Open late. Cafe right next door!

#22

Voodoo ChIld

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388 College Street·Map·Hours·Website·

8 local Airbnb hosts recommend

Best coffee, lovely atmosphere

Fantastic coffee, great workspace, Brooklyn-hipster vibe.

9 local Airbnb hosts recommend

A local community centre to find things to do around with family and take evening classes for cheap.

The banks of one of the Lake Ontario, one of the Great Lakes. Tons to see and do, too many things to list. Google it!

The Toronto waterfront is the lakeshore of Lake Ontario in the City of Toronto. It spans 46 kilometres between the mouth of Etobicoke Creek in the west, and the Rouge River in the East. Walk along ... read more

8 local Airbnb hosts recommend

There are locations all around Toronto; nearest to us is Dovercourt at Queen. Once you have joined, you can rent for a single journey or get a day pass and see it all!

Bike Share Toronto station locations can change, so check the website, but there is usually at least one station within a 2 minute walk of our house. Biking is a great way to get around Toronto - t... read more

Bike Share Toronto has several new locations. With a location right at Stewart and Portland and at 111 Niagara St, Toronto, ON and at 761 King Street West Toronto ON. A great way to see and enjoy a... read more

9 local Airbnb hosts recommend

Take in a live show at the state-of-the-art Living Arts Centre

Theatre, Performances, Live Music, Plays etc.

The Living Arts Centre is a not-for-profit, charitable organization that operates the premiere arts and culture facility located in the heart of Mississauga, Canada’s sixth largest city. Dedicated ... read more

9 local Airbnb hosts recommend

Nice City Park within walking distance

9 local Airbnb hosts recommend

A great comedy club. Look at their line-up on their website.

One of two comedy bars in the neighbourhood. This one is upstairs, the other is downstairs. How will you ever decide?!

For over 30 years, the award-winning Bad Dog Theatre Company has specialized in the art of unscripted comedy and improvised performance in Toronto, while also providing excellent, affordable and ac... read more

#28

Dovercourt House

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805 Dovercourt Road·Map·Hours·Website·

9 local Airbnb hosts recommend

Dovercourt House was suggested by one of my Airbnb guests. It has Swing Dances every Sat night. They have events and dancing of all kinds thru out the week. Salsa, square, Retro 80's and much more.

Every type of dancing you could possibly enjoy. Swing Toronto Meets Every Saturday with a live band and open bar. Salsa, Blues, Retro eighties. You name it, you can dance it at Dovercourt House.

All kinds of dance classes, from ballroom, ecstatic dance, contact dance, retro video parties, west coast swing, Argentine tango, salsa, square dance, waltz, 5Rhythms

9 local Airbnb hosts recommend

Our largest Asian market. Worth the drive out.

Awesome Asian grocery store. Great for a cultural experience!

Chinese-oriented supermarket owned by Loblaws

9 local Airbnb hosts recommend

The Tarragon Theatre is one of the main centers for contemporary playwriting in the country. Located near Casa Loma, the theatre was founded by Bill and Jane Glassco in 1970.

The Terragon Theatre is an easy walk from our home. This is a smaller live theatre that often showcases plays about the history and culture of Toronto and Canada. They even have a pay what you ca... read more

Great local theater at affordable rates. Lots of new Canadian plays.