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Maple Leaf Square 65 offers breathtaking views of Toronto. Located directly beside the Air Canada Centre, this luxury building has direct access to Union Station, the Metro Convention Centre and Toronto's PATH (an underground walkway linking 30 kilometres of shopping, entertainment and services). Monthly hotels do not compare to this corporate housing option that offers contemporary living in an appealingly decorated executive suite. Enjoy a fully equipped kitchen with granite counters. Small pets are allowed (additional fee).
- Fully Equipped Kitchens with Granite Counters
- 6 Appliances
- Spacious Bedrooms with Queen or Twin Size Beds
- Pull-out Leather Sofa in (Most) Living Rooms
- 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 Free Cable TV Service
- Free Local Calling with Voice Mail
- Monthly Rates Available
- Minimum 30 Days
- Fitness Facilities (Heated Pool, Gym)
- Security (24 hr Security/Concierge)
- Small Pets Permitted (Additional Cost)
- Parking Available (Indoor)
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Pubs / Bars
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