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1 chambre à coucher de$155/nuit
2 chambre à coucher de$195/nuit
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One Old Mill is a spectacular new five-star condominium building. Offering one and two bedroom options, One Old Mill is an exceptional new location in an historic and established neighbourhood. Convenient Old Mill/Bloor West location – Residents at One Old Mill won’t need a car for their day to day lifestyle needs. Exceptional shopping is located along Bloor Street, along with services, cafes and restaurants. The Bloor Line subway is located nearby, with walking and jogging trails along the Humber River as well. Toronto’s beautiful High Park is just a short 20 minute walk away.
- Fully Equipped Kitchens with Granite or Quartz Counters
- 6 Appliances
- Ceramic and Laminate Flooring Throughout
- Bedrooms with King or Queen Size Beds
- Leather Pull-out Sofas
- Entertainment Centers with TV, DVD and Stereo
- Quality Bedding and Linen
- Laundry Facilities (In-suite)
- Dedicated Workspace
- Bi-Weekly Housekeeping Service
- Complimentary Wireless Internet and Cable TV Service
- Free Local Calling with Voice Mail
- Monthly Rates Available
- Minimum 30 Nights
- Pet Friendly (with Restrictions)
- Fitness Facilities, Indoor Swimming Pool, Jacuzzi and Steam Rooms
- Security (24 hr Security/Concierge)
- Terrace, BBQ facilities, Billiard Room
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Détails du Quartier
Etobicoke is a borough of Toronto located on the western edge of the city. It is primarily a suburban area with many shopping malls and cul-de-sac housing developments. There is no shortage of restaurants and fine dining establishments, movie theatres, bars and several dance clubs. For those who enjoy the quieter side of life there are several parks to enjoy.
The Good Fork is a two-storey bistro serving seasonal comfort food like their Billy Goat Grilled Cheese sandwich or Chicken Pot Pie. They are open for lunch, dinner and weekend brunch.
Pubs / Bars
Bryden’s is the longest serving pub in Bloor West Village, and the original craft beer destination serving local, artisan craft beer and real ale, with 17 draft taps, including seven rotating selections.
Cafés / Bakeries
Baka Gallery Café serves specialty coffees and fine teas. Toronto’s renowned coffee guru Sam James created their coffee menu and trained their baristas. They also offer homemade sandwiches, soups, salads, and pastries.
Food / Grocers
Kingsway Meat & Deli are the meat experts of Bloor West Village. They prepare high quality meats and deli products fresh daily using their European family recipes at our own meat plant and smokehouse in Mississauga. Their specialty is their line of fresh sausages - from Polish to Italian.
Shopping / Retail
Bloor West Village is a shopping district in Etobicoke. Located along Bloor Street, it encompasses all businesses along Bloor Street between Jane Street and Ellis Park Road, consisting of more than 400 shops, restaurants and service providers. The mix of stores include specialty clothing stores, book stores, restaurants and cafes.
Humber River Recreational Trail runs along the Humber River, which has been designated a Canadian Heritage River because it is a significant corridor for migratory song birds and monarch butterflies. There are more than 60 species of fish live in the river, including trout, pike and salmon. It is also a breeding habitat for ducks, turtles and fish.
Humber Cinemas is a local independent theatre that shows new releases alongside classic films. It is located on the northwest corner of Bloor Street and Jane.
High Park is Toronto's largest public park featuring many hiking trails, sports facilities, diverse vegetation, a beautiful lakefront, convenient parking, easy public transit access, a dog park, a zoo, playgrounds for children, a couple of eateries, greenhouses, picnic areas, and various events throughout the year.
[King’s Mill Park}(http://www1.toronto.ca/parks/prd/facilities/complex/1080/) is one of a chain of parks along the Humber River leading to Lake Ontario. It's an excellent park for hiking, biking and bird watching. It has a designated dog off-leash area, and plenty of great spots for a picnic.