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13 Toronto Staycations For The Ultimate Girls Weekend

Without a doubt, we all love a good vacation. But sometimes, we can't always afford the price tag that comes along with going away.

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We are all very #blessed to live in such a vibrant city like Toronto, where there are amazing places around every corner. We've picked some of the best Toronto places you can rent to feel like you're far, far away. 

1. Private Flat in Little Italy // $99 per night

Sleeps: 3 people

This exposed brick screams Brooklyn. The marble tile in the kitchen is perfect for all the amazing brunch flat lays - just add mimosas.

2.Luxury Lakeshore Condo // $137 per night

Sleeps: 3 people

This view alone is reason enough to book up this place for a girl's weekend. Imagine preing outside the city lights, playing the Lemonade visual album full blast on Apple TV.

3. Trendy Downtown Suite // $149 per night

Sleeps: 4 people

This super central downtown spot is steps away from harbourfront, The Rogers Centre, ACC, Ripley's Aquarium, CN Tower, Toronto Islands, Metro Toronto Convention center, restaurants and much more.

4. Top Floor Condo // $231 per night

Sleeps: 6 people

If you're into the club scene, this is the perfect stay for you and your girls. In the heart of New Toronto, it's a quick cab from any of the Toronto staples.

5. Spacious Downtown Condo // $168 per night

Sleeps: 4 people

For more of a chill staycation, this spot works super well. Close to Hunter's Landing and The CN Tower it's great to grab drinks and enjoy a chill walk the next morning.

6. Luxury Coach House // $117 per night

Sleeps: 5 people

This is a great spot for a girls weekend with a fireplace, skylight, privacy, comfy furniture, and cozy neighbourhood. Just minutes to the downtown core on the TTC, it is also easy walking distance to the beach and many local vibrant communities with their excellent and interesting restaurants, bars and shopping.

7. Beauty Queen // $121 per night

Sleeps: 4 people

This luxe loft is a short streetcar away from both downtown and Distillery! Access to the gym, Netflix and Wifi make this a desirable spot for you and your crew.

8. Downtown Luxury Waterfront Oasis // $154 per night 

Sleeps: 4 people

Parking, pool and gym! This great Toronto pad has everything you need - including a view from the 47th floor!

9. Private Apartment With Hot Tub // $134 per night 

Sleeps: 4 people

This Junction apartment is great for a low-key night of drinks and gossip - especially with the salt water jacuzzi! Mix up some cocktails or go mingle at one of the great Junction bars/restos.

10. Luxury Downtown Condo // $193 per night

Sleeps: 5 people

This central af downtown condo has tons of space for you and your crew. Just minutes away from downtown attractions, it's a great spot to really see the city.

11. Condo Steps From CN Tower // $68 per night

Sleeps: 4 people

Experience luxe condo living at this gorgeous new place in central Toronto. This residence includes access to a gym, hot yoga, squash, hot tub, 25M lap pool, steam rooms, spa, BBQ and outdoor lounge.

12. Light-filled Kensington Loft // $102 per night

Sleeps: 6 people

This stunning spot overlooks the ever-bustling Kensington Market making it a great choice for the friend group that's always out and about!

13. Luxury Condo in Downtown Core // $149 per night  

Sleeps: 4 people

This place in the Entertainment District is an awesome spot to call home for the weekend! Enjoy breakfast or beers on the balcony!

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