Executive Class Short Term Stay at The Republic in Mid-Town Toronto

November 28, 2012

You can’t get more centrally located in Toronto then midtown, especially if you are on or near Yonge St. Known as Yonge and Eglinton (or just Yonge and Eg) to the locals, this location certainly makes a compelling case for those who are looking for either a short term stay or long term rental and are trying to decide which district of the city to stay in. Whether you are taking up residence in midtown or if you are planning on branching out to the other districts, you certainly have options. Should you be wondering what there is to do midtown, then here are a few suggestions:

  • Mysteriously Yours…Mystery Dinner Theater. The price of admission includes food and the performance. This is a great option for those looking to do something a little different with their evening.
  • Alleycatz Live Jazz Bar. In the mood for some live music and drinks? Go with Alleycatz. Its atmosphere is warm and inviting and it is a great place to meet up with friends.
  • Duff’s Famous Wings. Not only do their wings come in a variety of different (and tasty) flavors, but this wing shop has a great hot wing for those who really like to turn on the heat.
  • Caribbean Bistro. While on the subject of hot food, this little gem has an incredible hot sauce that can actually purchase and take home with you, not to mention an incredible selection of Caribbean food. 

Why The Republic

If you have decided that you would like to stay in midtown, then you should look into staying at The Republic. It has all of the amenities that you could ever need or want, from a steam room and fitness center to a full kitchen in the apartments themselves. The rooms are large with modern furnishings, giving you a great place to kick up your feet and relax. 

Should you be interested in an executive class short term stay in the Toronto area, then midtown is a great choice of location and The Republic is the best option there. Should you want to enquire about a suite, then call (416) 850-6666.

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